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    Quote Originally Posted by ptpuffers View Post
    Yes I am sure.
    what sim version are you using?


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    has anyone tried turning on show my caller ID? I tried but it won't let me. I'm with Tmobile US. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roymseafood View Post
    has anyone tried turning on show my caller ID? I tried but it won't let me. I'm with Tmobile US. Thanks.
    yea it wont let me do it either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone_hopeful View Post
    could someone that has their iphone working, could they please say which version they have, and what the first 8 of it is? mine says 39.01a, and it also starts with 89012605.

    mine does not work with the 0.9.1, but i'll try it soon with the 9.4 update.
    i wish i could but my sim was from the days where we had to cut the sim to use a proxy sim on 1.1.2 so i can't read all the numbers.

    but if it helps, im on a USA white 16gb with the 2.2 official firmware and baseband 2.28.00 and was on the v0.9.1 and worked with everything including edge. then updated to v0.9.4 and everything still works including outgoing and incoming calls.
    Last edited by xbigvietx; 01-02-2009 at 08:35 PM.

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    I was able to use yellowsn0wm 0.9.4 this morning on an AT&T subbed iphone 3G.
    I used it with a T-mobile SIM with code 267028. I got full singal with Tmobile on the iphone 3G; and was able to receive calls and make outbound calls.

    Scenario:
    - iphone 3G with AT&T SIM inside (full signal)
    - iphone 2G with Tmobile SIM (full signal)
    - yellowsn0wed the 3G phone with AT&T SIM inside
    - removed AT&T SIM and put in T-Mobile SIM
    - got full signal with T-mob and able to receive/make calls

    Now the interesting part .... I turned off the 3G iPhone, turned back on and was not able to get it working again.

    I have to run now. Perhaps you can can test the followings:

    - Take your tmobile SIM and put it in any GSM phone to get a signal.
    - Remove the T-mobile SIM and put in in the iphone 3G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtube View Post
    I was able to use yellowsn0wm 0.9.4 this morning on an AT&T subbed iphone 3G.
    I used it with a T-mobile SIM with code 267028. I got full singal with Tmobile on the iphone 3G; and was able to receive calls and make outbound calls.

    Scenario:
    - iphone 3G with AT&T SIM inside (full signal)
    - iphone 2G with Tmobile SIM (full signal)
    - yellowsn0wed the 3G phone with AT&T SIM inside
    - removed AT&T SIM and put in T-Mobile SIM
    - got full signal with T-mob and able to receive/make calls

    Now the interesting part .... I turned off the 3G iPhone, turned back on and was not able to get it working again.

    I have to run now. Perhaps you can can test the followings:

    - Take your tmobile SIM and put it in any GSM phone to get a signal.
    - Remove the T-mobile SIM and put in in the iphone 3G.

    haha that sounds A LOT like the old sim proxies when it lost signal. it would require you to put the sim into a different gsm phone and then put it back in the 3g iphone with the proxy. I remember the dev team, especially Zf, keep degrading those proxies because they were unreliable and dangerous.

    I wish them luck on getting this to work 100%.

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    It seems like the old sim cards have a better chance of fully working than the newer ones. I have one over 3 years old and this is how a got it to work.

    Installed firmware 2.2 from iTunes
    Quickpwned
    Restored my backup from iTunes, and Cydia apps from APTbackup
    Installed yellowsn0w

    Rebooted phone, waited 60 secs, and received only the first bar; no signal, no T-Mobile
    Put into airplace mode and off multiple times, did not get anything different.
    Put in my universal sim with my sim card muliple times, reinstalling yellowsn0w and rebooting multiple times.

    So maybe my solution was random, but reinstalling yellowsn0w, using a sim solution, rebooting the phone, and using airplane mode will eventually get you service, at least for older T-Mobile USA sim cards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spec09 View Post
    It seems like the old sim cards have a better chance of fully working than the newer ones. I have one over 3 years old and this is how a got it to work.

    Installed firmware 2.2 from iTunes
    Quickpwned
    Restored my backup from iTunes, and Cydia apps from APTbackup
    Installed yellowsn0w

    Rebooted phone, waited 60 secs, and received only the first bar; no signal, no T-Mobile
    Put into airplace mode and off multiple times, did not get anything different.
    Put in my universal sim with my sim card muliple times, reinstalling yellowsn0w and rebooting multiple times.

    So maybe my solution was random, but reinstalling yellowsn0w, using a sim solution, rebooting the phone, and using airplane mode will eventually get you service, at least for older T-Mobile USA sim cards.
    What is the version of the sim that worked and the ones that did not work?

    Thanks,
    Moe

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    Quote Originally Posted by lebdiablo View Post
    What is the version of the sim that worked and the ones that did not work?

    Thanks,
    Moe
    The 37.05A 8901 series seem like the ones to have. I have 5 of those sims, and all work instantly. These sims were purchased three years ago: December of 2005.
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    Thumbs down T-Mobile version 39.01a - BAD

    Quote Originally Posted by spec09 View Post
    The 37.05A 8901 series seem like the ones to have.
    I can say with certainty that the newer version like 39.01a DOES NOT WORK! Unable to call-out.


 

 

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