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Thread: Unlocking when 1.1.3 is released

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    Default Unlocking when 1.1.3 is released
    mods please delete
    Last edited by deck; 2008-01-04 at 09:17 PM. Reason: problem solved

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    Quote Originally Posted by deck View Post

    I recently brought a UK iphone (version 1.1.2) off ebay that was unlocked via the sim card method, and i was wondering what how i would unlock when 1.1.3 comes out.

    Would a software unlock work ok?

    Also would i have to restore it using itunes or could it just be virginized

    thanks for reading

    Currently as it stands - There are no methods for 1.1.3 *yet*. The firmware isn't even out yet. Unfortunately, when it does come out there are NO SOLUTIONS (hardware/software). Best option when 1.1.3 comes out -> DO NOT UPGRADE!!!!! Until at least a solution is found. Whether it be via hardware (SIM) or software.
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    Well if u are using a turbo sim or a stealth sim, rumor has it that i will work through updates. I DO NOT KNOW if that is a fact or a rumor. Also, u still need to activate it again for just wait it out and see what happens?

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    thanks for replying

    I know that 1.1.3 has not been released yet but i wanted to know that it would be safe to upgrade (when it comes out) via a software unlock becuase my iphone has been unlocked by a turbosim at the moment (the turbosim isnt mine so i cant use that when 1.1.3 comes out).

    edit: i have just relised how a turbosim works and myiphone cant be unlocked by that method...

    I have got a uk iphone (version 1.1.2) which is unlocked to o2 payg (not all networks) and is jailbroken does this mean it was unlocked my software or some other method?

    i want to know incase i mess up and have to restore + when updates come out
    Last edited by deck; 2008-01-04 at 05:53 PM.

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