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    yes you done all correct exactly iphone will check first numbers of IMSI
    08 39 01 14 10 XX XX XX XX
    08=number of hex,
    39 01 = 310
    14=41
    10 xx = IMSI identity
    MCC: 310 usa (ITALY 222)
    MNC: 41 at&t? (TIM ITALY 01)
    MSIN: 01XXXXXXXX I have done some test but for bypass sim lock this need to start with "01" (mine cards in italy start all with 95,18,35 or 39

    I use sim-emu have inside a menu to change sim active but when I change phone have again sim lock


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    what's msin?

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    Normally the home GSM network does not ask the phone for the IMSI if the phone has valid location information (LOCI).

    So try this:
    1. insert SIM-b with IMSI-b, Ki-b and ICCID-b in your normal unlocked phone
    2. register to home network, do call out, call in and data services
    3. power off phone -> valid LOCI and GPRSLOCI are saved to SIM-b
    4. put ICCID-a, IMSI-a, Ki-b, LOCI-b and GPRSLOCI-b on Silvercard
    5. insert Silvercard in iphone and activate it using ICCID-a (if not already done)

    The iphone may now register to home network with LOCI-b and GPRSLOCI-b without being asked for IMSI and the iphone itself thinks it is an AT&T SIM because of IMSI-a.

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    This thread is starting to get exciting (for me at least). Does anyone believe a possible breakthrough is on the cards if we pursue this avenue?

    I'm amazed at the lack of responses to this post considering the amount of views. Is it because most devs/hackers think we're well off base and chasing our tales?

    "IPhive" - The logic sounds solid. Let's hope someone can test it soon.

    Good work guys!
    Last edited by hubbards; 07-22-2007 at 03:33 PM.

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    iPhive: Where can I find LOCI and GPRSLOCI on SIM-b?

    also i have note something interesting about the iPhone AT&T SIM's ICCID and IMSI. Not sure if it's just a coincidence. May be someone could check it:

    suppose my ICCID is like this 123456789ABCDEFGHIJK
    and my IMSI is like this ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR

    For IMSI: AB is usually 08, CDEFGH is the MCC/MNC, and the rest is the MSIN (IJKLMNOPQR)

    I just notice that this part of the ICCID (BCDEFGHIJ) is the same as this part of IMSI (JILKNMPORQ - reversed bit of IJKLMNOPQR) - interesting, huh?


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    u're right hubbard on the responses considering the possibilities.

    but let's hang in there and see how successful this may turn out. I myself have been following this thread for days and find it interesting to be able to achieve the goal.

    Currently i carry a work phone and now my iphone. I would love to be able to fuse both networks into one! whoa!

    keep it up guys

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    ozbimmer:
    IMSI (6F07), LOCI (6F7E), GPRSLOCI (6F53) are elementary files (EF) of the SIM cards file system
    see TS 100 977 (former GSM 11.11) http://www.id2.cz/normy/gsm1111v830.pdf
    you need a SIM card reader/writer for this

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    thanks iPhive.

    Just wondering - in your msg you mentioned this:
    4. put ICCID-a, IMSI-a, Ki-b, LOCI-b and GPRSLOCI-b on Silvercard

    I think IMSI paired with a unqiue Ki. You cannot mix Ki with another IMSI (ie. IMSI-a/Ki-b not permitted)?? Please enlighten me
    Last edited by ozbimmer; 07-22-2007 at 06:08 PM.

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    obzimer: AFAIK IMSI and Ki should be independent. Ki is never transmited over the net.

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    you are right MaLer: Instead of Ki, Kc is transmitted. BTW, Kc is dependent on Ki (Kc is the 64-bit ciphering key used as a Session Key for encryption of the over-the-air channel. Kc is generated by the Mobile Station from the random challenge presented by the GSM network and the Ki from the SIM utilizing the A8 algorithm.)

    iPhive - about changing the LOCI, etc. I am going to use icprog to do so. Hopefully it works


 

 

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