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Thread: how to know if it's 1.1.2 or 1.1.3 OTB?

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    Default how to know if it's 1.1.2 or 1.1.3 OTB?
    I just bought an iphone from local att store. How do i know the firmware version before activating or trying anything stupid? I already opened the box and turned it on but couldn't find any info about its firmware.

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    I dont think that 1.1.3 is being sold already installed on iPhones yet so i think it woyld be 1.1.2 but you could also hold your finger on one of the icons on the home screen and if they all start to wiggle after a couple of seconds and then you have 1.1.3

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    He hasn't activated it yet.

    Do the procedure to the field test, and check the version there

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    I was wondering the same thing. I brought an iPhone during a trip to the USA last week, so I'm back in New Zealand and wondering where to start as I was unsure if it was a 1.1.2 or 1.1.3. I can't activate with AT&T as we only have Vodafone here. My hopes have been raised by the Field Test reporting Firmware version 04.02.13_G. From this I should assume I have 1.1.2 and proceed with an unlock procedure that suits that version?

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    I tried to get into Settings using *#307# on one bought on Jan 15th, s/n: 7w739xxxxxx and this didn't work. This may be a sign that it's a 1.1.3 OTB !!

    Also, try *3001#12345#*, this will show baseband of 04.03.13 which means 1.1.3
    Last edited by pborobia; 01-31-2008 at 11:02 AM.

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    any idea on serial numbers? what week did 1.1.3 start?

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    Default 1.1.3 Serial numbers
    I just bought a phone from the Apple online store and here is the serial number I received. it is a 1.1.3. The first 5 digits are 87803

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