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    If i wont to make a supersim i will need 2 sims: AT&T and my own V1 sim.
    Right?
    After cloning it will be 1 sim.New sim will be with AT&T telephone number or it will be my old number from V1 sim?
    And after if i would change iPhone on another phone would SUPERsim work with new one?Or it would be work only with iPhone?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiner View Post
    If i wont to make a supersim i will need 2 sims: AT&T and my own V1 sim.
    Right?
    In fact you just need your own V1 SIM.

    You can use whatever IMSI you like for the AT&T IMSI, using the following format (hex) 08 39 01 14 x0 xx xx xx xx replacing x by hex digits.

    After cloning it will be 1 sim.New sim will be with AT&T telephone number or it will be my old number from V1 sim?
    it'll be the number from your subscription (i.e. the V1 card)

    And after if i would change iPhone on another phone would SUPERsim work with new one?Or it would be work only with iPhone?
    no, this patched super SIM only works in an iPhone.

    but for the love of [insert deity here] people should really stop creating new threads

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    Correct, you will need both sims.

    in effect what you will achieve is having a simcard that will trick the iPhone into thinking it has a valid AT&T card inserted, when in fact it will be that of your providers.

    As such you will in effect be connecting to your network with your ID/KI, but with a SIM that is pretending to the phone is an AT&T one.

    You should in theory be able to recieve and make calls (using your number) and if you edit the Access Point information within the iPhone (search the forums) you should be able to use GPRS/EDGE data.

    However this may be frowned upon by your provider.

    In addition due to SSL certificate issues you may not be able to use YouTube.

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    I'm wondering if someone can clone my SIM (actually 2 cards). It's just too hard for me. I'll pay for that of course. Is it possible? I'm in Europe. Please.

    Okay... or I can make to someone special/custom icons designs, better than you can find in internet. I'm lazy to do it for myself (I'm a professional designer)
    Last edited by nicco; 08-07-2007 at 08:14 PM.

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    Well if you are lazy,then talking with the iphone is a no no..Actually,does anyone knows a sim reader that works with vista?


 

 

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