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Discuss QuickPwn not getting past first base at the Quickpwn - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Tonyd Yes, it did take several minutes and it said it was ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyd View Post
    Yes, it did take several minutes and it said it was successful.

    What I mean by my main O2 SIM is the one from my 3G iPhone on a full contract. The phone I am unlocking is a 2G one.
    Strange, it should work with any simcard. do you have another simcard like from a friend just for testing if the unlock worked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    I always have the simcard in the iPhone I want to use later on when using Bootneuter, but I dont think it's important which one is in the iPhone. Bootneuter should do the job with any sim in. did the process take a while, like 3-5 minutes?

    What do you mean "main 02 unlocked sim"? After using Bootneuter with the proper settings the iPhone is unlocked and can be used with any simcard.
    I have now tried a couple of different SIMs, always the same result. When I power on I get "Different SIM detected, please connect to iTunes". When I connect to iTunes I get "The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported. Only compatible SIM cards from a supported carrier may be used to activate an iPhone. Please insert th eSIM card that came with your iPhone or visit a supported carrier's store to receive a replacement card"

    However, I do get a signal from my network provider (Orange)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyd View Post
    I have now tried a couple of different SIMs, always the same result. When I power on I get "Different SIM detected, please connect to iTunes". When I connect to iTunes I get "The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported. Only compatible SIM cards from a supported carrier may be used to activate an iPhone. Please insert th eSIM card that came with your iPhone or visit a supported carrier's store to receive a replacement card"

    However, I do get a signal from my network provider (Orange)
    Just run Quickpwn 1.1 for Mac again. I still have the feeling that the process did not complete. Your baseband seems to be unlocked cause you see your carrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Just run Quickpwn 1.1 for Mac again. I still have the feeling that the process did not complete. Your baseband seems to be unlocked cause you see your carrier.
    When I try it again I get "nothing to do, your choices already match current settings". However, thinking about this more my problem is not one of unlocking but activation. If I put any SIM but my official O2 one in, I can't get past the emergency phone call screen - but on the top line of the display I do see a signal from the relevant provider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyd View Post
    When I try it again I get "nothing to do, your choices already match current settings". However, thinking about this more my problem is not one of unlocking but activation. If I put any SIM but my official O2 one in, I can't get past the emergency phone call screen - but on the top line of the display I do see a signal from the relevant provider.
    Thats what I was saying in my last post. The baseband is unlocked, otherwise it would not show the signal. Again: DFU restore to firmware 2.1 then run Quickpwn, no need to run bootneuter again. This will activate the iPhone, it is not done yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Thats what I was saying in my last post. The baseband is unlocked, otherwise it would not show the signal. Again: DFU restore to firmware 2.1 then run Quickpwn, no need to run bootneuter again. This will activate the iPhone, it is not done yet.
    Done it all again, but exactly the same result. Do you think I should run QuickPwn with a non-official SIM in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyd View Post
    Done it all again, but exactly the same result. Do you think I should run QuickPwn with a non-official SIM in.
    Did you do a DFU restore? And after restoring, did iTunes ask if you want to "restore data from a backup"? if so, dont choose this option, choose 2setup as a new iPhone" instead.

    make sure to be in DFU mode (black screen) when restoring and restore to the correct firmware 2.1 for the iphone 1st generation. Quickpwn should be able activating the iPhone.

    When you used Quickpwn the last time, did you see -almost at the end of the process - things happen on the iPhones screen like a picture of a harddrive ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Did you do a DFU restore? And after restoring, did iTunes ask if you want to "restore data from a backup"? if so, dont choose this option, choose 2setup as a new iPhone" instead.

    make sure to be in DFU mode (black screen) when restoring and restore to the correct firmware 2.1 for the iphone 1st generation. Quickpwn should be able activating the iPhone.

    When you used Quickpwn the last time, did you see -almost at the end of the process - things happen on the iPhones screen like a picture of a harddrive ...
    Sorry, but I'm not sure what you mean by a DFU restore. I did an iTunes restore. I can't remember what I saw at the end, but a picture of a harddrive does sound familiar.
    I have come across instructions to replace the lockdown file on my iPhone for activation, is it worth me trying these

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyd View Post
    Sorry, but I'm not sure what you mean by a DFU restore. I did an iTunes restore. I can't remember what I saw at the end, but a picture of a harddrive does sound familiar.
    I have come across instructions to replace the lockdown file on my iPhone for activation, is it worth me trying these
    DFU restore will wipe most of the old data, thats what i wanted you to do. Do the following.
    - connect phone to computer
    - shutdown itunes
    - turn off phone
    - hold power + home for 10 sec
    - after 10 sec, release power/sleep and continue holding home
    - keep holding home until itunes starts and detects the phone in recovery mode
    - screen on phone is black
    - click restore to get apple firmware 2.1 on the iPhone

    Run Quickpwn then. Make sure that it runs the complete show, should work then.
    Dont play around with the lockdownd file!
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    DFU restore will wipe most of the old data, thats what i wanted you to do. Do the following.
    - connect phone to computer
    - shutdown itunes
    - turn off phone
    - hold power + home for 10 sec
    - after 10 sec, release power/sleep and continue holding home
    - keep holding home until itunes starts and detects the phone in recovery mode
    - screen on phone is black
    - click restore to get apple firmware 2.1 on the iPhone

    Run Quickpwn then. Make sure that it runs the complete show, should work then.
    Dont play around with the lockdownd file!
    I have done that but when iTunes restarts I get the message "an iPod has been detected but it could not be identified properly. Please disconnect and reconnect the iPod and try again. An unknown error occurred (2001)."


 

 
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