Different options Quickpwn 1.1 (Mac) vs. Quickpwn 2.1 (Windows)
There is confusion around concerning the different features of Quickpwn for Mac and Windows. While the Windows versions offers the unlock aswell, the Mac version does not. You need to run Bootneuter after using Quickpwn to unlock.
If your iPhone is at Firmware 1.1.1 or newer you are fine and can continue. If your iPhone is at firmawre 1.0.2 and was unlocked with AnySIM 1.0.2 it is highly recommended to virginize the iPhone first (search the forum on how-to), then continue.
Use iTunes to restore to Apple FW 2.1.
Windows: Start Quickpwn 2.1 (Windows) and let the software do the job. If you check all the options the iPhone will be jailbroken/activated/pwnaged/unlocked and have Cydia & Installer. You are set.
Mac-OS: Start Quickpwn 1.1 (Mac) and let the programm do it's job. The iPhone is jailbroken/activated/pwnaged and has Cydia & Installer. The iPhone is not unlocked (yet) To unlock:
1. First goto Settings->General and set Auto-Lock to never --- REALLY important
2. Then make sure your iPhone is connected to power (ac)
3. Start Cydia on the iPhone, if it needs to update stuff, do it. Install Bootneuter then via Cydia.
4. Start Bootneuter
5. Leave setting for Bootloader as it is, set Neuter=ON, Fakeblank=OFF and Unlock=ON. A note aside: If you Bootloader got downgraded from 4.6 to 3.9FB earlier due to the use of an older unlock method like iLiberty, set the Bootloader to 4.6 and fakeblank to OFF here & Unlock and Neuter to ON.
6. Hit "Flash" in Bootneuter. Bootneuter will make you reboot the iPhone to unload CommCenter, just do it. After reboot, start Bootneuter again, select the setting mentioned in step 5 and hit flash
7. Bootneuter will do its job. DO NEVER interrupt the process, wait until it is finished.
8. When done reboot, the iPhone is unlocked now.
9. To delete Bootneuter now, start Cydia again, goto "Manage->Packages", select Bootneuter, hit "Modify", hit "Remove".
This will remove Bootneuter. This is just a safety-thing. If someone starts Bootneuter on your iPhone, hits flash and interrupts the process you may end with a brick.