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Discuss [*Sim] [3G] Results from data observation - Stay away from *sim solutions. at the Turbo-, Supersim and Simcloning Solution - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by DeCode Darn..!!! i see you here manole a brother of raskal a ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeCode View Post
    Darn..!!! i see you here manole a brother of raskal

    a well known GSM product makers and a Cheater sometimes

    just the truth man,

    regards,
    Let post the true, mr DeCode (MadScientist - iJann iPhone Master), if you want to be famous ...

    http://www.gsmph.com/forum/vbb/showp...63&postcount=1
    ICCID = 89014 ....

    http://www.gsmph.com/forum/vbb/showp...03&postcount=4
    ICCID = 89014 ....

    At that time was not able to unlock iPhone, but what did you tell your Phillipino brothers? You are the master.

    No regards for stammers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Universal-SIM View Post
    Universal-SIM is the only sim at the moment that uses a new method to fool the iPhone. After few seconds from card insertion it asks the baseband to REBOOT itself.

    This time the baseband software SKIPS the lock checking and all is right.
    I am especially not convinced because of the restriction "data roaming must be enabled". This is exactly what is needed to fool the phone with the test MCC/MNC. With correct values there is no need for roaming.

    You could moreover convince me by providing a logfile. The logfile you can take after successful login: **5005*78283# It resides in cd /Library/Logs/CrashReporter/Baseband/ and is one of the *-csi.plist

    This could convince me, maybe

    regards,
    caique2001

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    I think that trick could work - however I'd recommend you to test it on the latest baseband (firmware 5F108) if you run into it.
    char dumbass[128]="pasta.dat";

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zf_ View Post
    I think that trick could work - however I'd recommend you to test it on the latest baseband (firmware 5F108) if you run into it.
    How this? I thought we should all keep the baseband firmware and not update?

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    yeah, but some people have to sacrifice themselves for the community
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    There is no where to buy it in the us. i would happily test it as i was stupid and updated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zf_ View Post
    yeah, but some people have to sacrifice themselves for the community
    LOL

    I would sacrifice if you give me a good point to do it. What's the difference in testing universal sim with newer firmware compared to 1.45.00 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caique2001 View Post
    I am especially not convinced because of the restriction "data roaming must be enabled". This is exactly what is needed to fool the phone with the test MCC/MNC. With correct values there is no need for roaming.

    You could moreover convince me by providing a logfile. The logfile you can take after successful login: **5005*78283# It resides in cd /Library/Logs/CrashReporter/Baseband/ and is one of the *-csi.plist

    This could convince me, maybe

    regards,
    caique2001


    2001caique(at)gmail.com is where the logs could go to

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    Default where the hell can i buy that universal sim?

    Or can someone email me so i can be a reseller for the netherlands?
    of send me one universal sim to test it?

    email = alex [at] hackers.nl

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    gsm-traders.com


 

 

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