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    I have a iP4 unlocked with ultrasn0w and was wondering if it would be better to use SAM for push certs or to activate using a AT&T sim card.

    I am from New Zealand and bought a iPhone from eBay which came with the AT&T sim card so I'm able to activate using that.

    My question is, I've read that ultrasn0w has battery drain issues because of it requesting push certs. If I activate using the AT&T sim card, would it fix this issue like how SAM does?

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    I have read that the battery drain has been fixed with ultrasn0w 1.2.3. Plus its always better to activate using the att sim as this puts lesss stress on having to hacktivate the device which has been known to cause battery drain alone itself.

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    +1 Activation with original SIM is always the best option. Everything other option is a compromise.

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    +1

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    How many different i devices can you activate using the same sim card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacon Strips View Post
    How many different i devices can you activate using the same sim card?
    as many as you want

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    Would those devices all get the same push certs?

    If so, would it affect receiving push notifications?

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    Push should work fine if you activate with the AT&T SIM card that came with your phone.

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    So if you activate multiple i devices, they will get different push certs?

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    ^Yes

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