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Thread: Is iliberty+ really that easy?

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    Default Is iliberty+ really that easy?
    I bought an already unlocked iphone in December, with 1.1.2, and it uses a sim condom. I've had no problems with it, but I'd really like to upgrade to 1.1.4. Is iliberty+ as easy as it looks? I'm kinda hesitant to screw up a $550 phone. Any help or advice would be appreciated! Thanks.

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    Yes, it's easy. Although Ziphone's GUI is more user friendly, iLiberty is a safer unlocking method.


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    thanks. does it matter how my phone was originally unlocked?

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    nope. If it was unlocked with say Ziphone, the only thing is that your BL has been downgraded to 3.9 and cannot be upgraded, unless maybe winpwn can?


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    Used it last night on another friends phone was also a 1.1.2 restored to 1.1.4 used iliberty+ no problems if you want to use installer instead of cydia you will have to read or go to you tube to see how to transfer payload to the iliberty folder in your pc not a big deal after you watch some videos

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    You guys check this out.

    http://www.cyber-forums.net/phpbb3/v...php?f=90&t=157

    Quick guide on how to upgrade bootloader via tha app called Bootneuter. Works because I just did it. It also improves battery life!

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    so, would you say that iLiberty+ is pretty fail safe?

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