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    So I will only loose GPS.
    But then the rest, I can connect it to iTunes normally and download free and paid apps from the app store like a normal iPhone?
    Which guide would you recommend me with the new fw 4.3.3?
    Thanks a lot!
    Last edited by Carinhas; 05-08-2011 at 12:24 AM.


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    First download redsn0w from Dev-Team Blog
    Connect iPhone to computer, run redsn0w, select current firmware, select install iPad baseband, follow instructions.
    When it's done and your iPhone boots up, launch Cydia, search for ultrasn0w and install.

    That's basically it, let me know if you have any problem.
    Last edited by element; 05-08-2011 at 12:40 AM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by element View Post
    First download redsn0w from Dev-Team Blog
    Connect iPhone to computer, run redsn0w, select current firmware, select install iPad baseband, follow instructions.
    When it's done and your iPhone boots up, launch Cydia, search for ultrasn0w and install.

    That's basically it, let me know if you have any problem.
    Hi again.
    OK. Thanks.
    One more question.
    Do you think another carrier would be able to unlock this iPhone?
    It is locked to Telia (from Sweden). If I go to another carrier, you think they can unlock it or only Telia itself can?
    Thanks.

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    I'm not sure, this is different for each country. You should give it a try, but I think only Telia itself can. Again, not sure.

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    I also found out a webpage called allgsmunlock and they advertise that they unlock the IMEI on the iPhone, permanently.
    Have you heard something about these guys? Does it really work?
    Wouldn't that mean that they have direct access to Apple servers?


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    I haven't heard about these guys specifically, what I do know is that a few weeks ago, unlock websites started selling this IMEI unlock, but it only lasted a week or so and they stopped selling it, apparently Apple fixed this (fired an employee or something). So, AFAIK, there's currently no one selling this IMEI unlock anymore.

 

 
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