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I bought an OTB 1.1.1 that was upgraded to 1.1.2 and ...
Troubles with getting unlocked again after a failed 1.1.3 attempt
I have done so:
I bought an OTB 1.1.1 that was upgraded to 1.1.2 and JB'd.
Today I tried the 1.1.3 iBrickr update, I failed and did a Restore to 1.1.1.
I have Modem Firmware 04.02.13_G at 1.1.1 jailbroken.
The AnySIM 1.2.1u is not working.
What should I do to get the 1.1.3 fully working (with unlock)?
Doing the same thing now
Restore to 1.1.1fw
install BSD Sub
Add i.unlock.no to installer
Turn auto lock to never
Run the baseband downgrader pack
restore again to 1.1.1fw and your back with 1.1.1fw 04.01.13_g again
then Jailbreak *#307# etc etc etc
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Thanks, I'm gonna try, that's kind of obvious, well it IS 2 AM here
Are You also planning to try again with 1.1.3?
I will and I hope that skipping 1.1.2 won't be a problem.
Hey exact same issues happened to me after trying to update to 1.1.3. So I did exactly what n350ziphone said s/he did - exact steps (after many previous ones that were useless). I then (with 1.1.1 and 4.01.13_G) ran anySIM 1.1 (since 1.2.1u never would work for me - would get no signal and an error when choosing "Carrier" in settings). That worked great - got my signal back and I was using a fresh new install of 1.1.1.
Originally Posted by n350ziphone
Upgrade to 1.1.3 went smoothly - you should be safe to do so now that there's no apps installed.
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