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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbeam2 View Post
    5 weeks now with universal-sim v5.00 AT&T 3G iphone on T-Mobile USA

    Calls in/out = working
    SMS in/out = working
    Edge = working
    GPS = working
    3G = Its T-Mobile
    Caller ID = working

    Will update to v5.50 if/when 5.00 ever stops working for me.
    I heard from a member of another fourm that version 5.0 had worked better for him than 5.50 on the us tmobile. Although he had no problems he decided to try 5.50 and got problems with edge like I was describing. So he downgraded back to 5.0, but that unfortunatly didn't fix his edge problem. So like you said, don't upgrade if your not having problems


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    I'm on FW 2.1 newest BB. forgot to add that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zf_ View Post
    Unfortunately the TurboSIM kernel doesn't handle 3G commands (class 00) properly, so you won't be able to replicate what the other cards are doing in 3G mode. Should work as well/as bad as the others in 2G mode though with lamesaft or zeroG
    Isn't the kernel upgradeable?

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    My Universal SIM v. 550 still works fine

    See post http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...&postcount=524

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    Quote Originally Posted by pua-style View Post
    My Universal SIM v. 550 still works fine

    See post http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...&postcount=524
    but youve only been testing it for 3 days... thats not enough time to make any kind of claims... mine worked for 3 days too... mine was working since sept 15th, just died out a few days ago... but I dont have the pacience to be swaping sims to make it work again. I need a better solution. Over on MMi, there is a guy stating that he paid to have his 3G unlocked and it was unlocked via software at a shop over in Moscow... not the authorized iPhone provider that did it either.... so maybe a software unlock is just around the corner.. or rather what Im saying is that a software unlock is already out there but just not free yet. (of course he could be staright out lying or they could have slipped him a sim adapter without him knowing... and the thing he thought was the software unlock was actually a software jailbreak... who knows)
    Last edited by reznor9; 09-25-2008 at 10:33 PM.


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    Hi,

    3 sets of no sim-cutting needed Virginsim samples send by FEDX to

    wdelisi - 8658 1382 5198
    mattmartincouk - 8658 1382 5165
    deco - 8658 1382 5176

    (2 new sim tray are included since you have broken your while using other *sim solution. From now on,with slimmer Virginsim, you will not risk breaking your simtray anymore.)

    We have send you our 2 new version of Virginsim , NS version (Normal speed) & FS version (Fast Speed), 2 pcs of each version, the HS version is specially design to handle the faster 3G network so you can surf the internet faster.

    Please switch the data roaming on to get the 3G HSDPA working.

    Awaiting for your exciting test result!

    P.S. I hope the test can include not only how good they work , but also how fast they work. I would like you comments on the network search speed at the start -up & network recovery speed after signal lost on the FS version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgin-sim View Post
    Hi,

    3 sets of no sim-cutting needed Virginsim samples send by FEDX to

    wdelisi - 8658 1382 5198
    mattmartincouk - 8658 1382 5165
    deco - 8658 1382 5176

    (2 new sim tray are included since you have broken your while using other *sim solution. From now on,with slimmer Virginsim, you will not risk breaking your simtray anymore.)

    We have send you our 2 new version of Virginsim , NS version (Normal speed) & FS version (Fast Speed), 2 pcs of each version, the HS version is specially design to handle the faster 3G network so you can surf the internet faster.

    Please switch the data roaming on to get the 3G HSDPA working.

    Awaiting for your exciting test result!

    P.S. I hope the test can include not only how good they work , but also how fast they work. I would like you comments on the network search speed at the start -up & network recovery speed after signal lost on the FS version.
    That's very honourable of you. I will not purchase another xSIM from anybody unless they are willing to send a sample with a white SIM tray (white iphone) in case it gets destroyed as a backup. Then I will purchase more. My only concern right now is to reopen the iPhone to figure out why the docking connector is tilted up towards the right. It seems something is the rights side of the iphone up. Probably a cable. I don't want to do that ever again. It's just too risky. I understand that it has to be thin, but does it also have to be maleable and allowed to bend? Can't it be rigid. It would be much safer if it was rigid.

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    Need to say thank you for members and users who use universal sim.
    Here is other video show how easy it is:

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5bNe7PTVPzs

    BR,
    Manole

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    Quote Originally Posted by manole View Post
    Need to say thank you for members and users who use universal sim.
    Here is other video show how easy it is:

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5bNe7PTVPzs

    BR,
    Manole
    None of those videos show the universal sim or any other xsim being taken out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpookyET View Post
    That's very honourable of you. I will not purchase another xSIM from anybody unless they are willing to send a sample with a white SIM tray (white iphone) in case it gets destroyed as a backup. Then I will purchase more. My only concern right now is to reopen the iPhone to figure out why the docking connector is tilted up towards the right. It seems something is the rights side of the iphone up. Probably a cable. I don't want to do that ever again. It's just too risky. I understand that it has to be thin, but does it also have to be maleable and allowed to bend? Can't it be rigid. It would be much safer if it was rigid.
    Hi,


    Although you did not buy any Virginsim from me,may be I can help you to take out your simtray without opening your iPhone. I understand how bad you feel when your *sim stuck, I was in your bad position before & I broke my simtray. That is why I started to design my own no sim-cutting Virginsim. We choose this name because we want your iPhone & sim card remain as a virgin , no damage.

    First, pls. tell me where is the *sim ic located? in the top middle or on top corner? Sim cutting needed? (Don't tell me which *sim you use, obviously it is not Virginsim)

    The simtray stuck when pulling out is because the IC is too thick, it stucjk at the edge of the iphone slot. What I suggest is you push the simtray in a bit more (around 2mm), push the simtray away from the iphone edge. The purpose is to make a bigger gap between the IC & the iphone edge.

    Then slide a piece of very thin plastic (e.g. another thin *sim) in between the IC & the iphone edge , jsut try to cover the whole IC. This should smoothen the IC's edge to make it able to slide over the iphone edge without being caught.

    I hope this will help ,or I can send you a disassembled iphone photo on Monday to show you better picture of howto slide out the simtray with being stuck.

    BR

    Virgin-sim
    Last edited by virgin-sim; 09-27-2008 at 07:10 PM.


 

 

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