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Thread: IPSF Unlock 1.1.2 status

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    Default IPSF Unlock 1.1.2 status
    Hi guys...
    first post here....but I have been reading here for a while...
    anyways...
    anyone have info or the inside scoop regarding the release/update of IPSF's OFFICIAL unlock for 1.1.2.
    I have used IPSF from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1...but right now the curiosity is killing me..Although 1.1.2 is not that much to begin with!!

    In IPSF's US site theres not much info..but if you go to http://www.iphoneunlocked.eu/ there is a banner saying that a 1.1.2 solution is close to complete.
    ive emailed a couple of times and have got no answer..

  2. #2
    They are working on it.
    "The phone DOES work with 1,.1.2 we tested it but the activation is
    hard to do so we are waiting for a better soultion"

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    I have my iPhone with t-mobile usa working perfect with 1.1.2 and IPSF 1.1.1.

    - Read below:

    I did it on Windows XP and worked perfect.
    What you'll need:
    iTunes 7.x
    winscp
    1.1.2 Jailbreak files
    Modified lockdownd 1.1.1

    1. Downgrade to 1.1.1 and jailbreak (lots of guides around, follow them):
    - I noticed that AppSnap won't work if iTunes doesn't see the iphone 1st. Like an initial "sync" is needed. Then you can just close it.
    2. Upgrade to 1.1.2
    - Ok by now, you SHOULD have installed OktoPrep, click on upgrade in iTunes and go get some coffee
    3. Jailbreak 1.1.2
    - So, right now you should have a nice 1.1.2 activate screen talking in tongues. As a rule of thumb, just open iTunes and let it detect the iPhone then close it.
    - Now run windows.bat from the 1.1.2 jailbreak and check option Install ssh, change password if needed and click Jailbreak
    - Might take like 5-10 mins, more coffee maybe?
    4. Activate 1.1.2
    - By now you should have rebooted your phone and you're back at the 1.1.2 active screen
    - Run winscp, put necessary info (ip address, usr/pwd, let it on SFTP in the protocol) and click connect (the password is alpine not dottie)
    - Now go to /usr/libexec/ and make a backup of lockdownd on your pc(we NEVER know)
    - Unzip the patched lockdownd and put in /usr/libexec/
    - Click on "more", set permissions 0755 (so check all Xs, you'll figure it out)
    - Click ok, and overwrite the existing lockdownd
    - Reboot your phone
    You're done, good job! Enjoy your 1.1.2 phone!

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  6. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by ticalo View Post
    They are working on it.
    "The phone DOES work with 1,.1.2 we tested it but the activation is
    hard to do so we are waiting for a better soultion"
    What timeframe are we looking at here???
    Tahks for the reply


    Quote Originally Posted by xande123 View Post
    I have my iPhone with t-mobile usa working perfect with 1.1.2 and IPSF 1.1.1.

    1. Downgrade to 1.1.1 and jailbreak (lots of guides around, follow them):
    Im assuming that if my phone is 1.1.1 and I went from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 with IPSF through the whole process (virginize, unlock, jailbrake)
    I skip setp 1..right????

    But considering I'm not a IT, and the 2 phones ive unlocked (mine with IPSF and another with AnySIM) the relative simplicitiy of the process.
    Im thinking I will wait a little bit to se if there is a easyer road.

  7. #5
    I went from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 with IPSF and then 1.1.1 to 1.1.2 and it works perfect. I used a tutorial somewhere on this forum. Everything works.

  8. #6
    Besides the evident unlock of 1.1.2
    Any idea why at the top of this page ,they are recommending not to update in itunes to firmware 1.1.2.???
    What could they have in store for us??

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