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    Default Removing ZiPhone?
    I am not to sure where to direct this question, but I am not able to search right now (I think there is a problem with Google).

    Can someone tell me how I can remove ZiPhone without damaging my phone? I have to remove it because I am not able to access my e-mail anymore.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Restore and rejailbreak?

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    Ziphone is not a program ON your iphone... it's a program on your computer used to unlock and jailbreak you iPhone. After you restore in iTunes use iLiberty or pwnage to re-unlock/jailbreak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon79 View Post
    Ziphone is not a program ON your iphone... it's a program on your computer used to unlock and jailbreak you iPhone. After you restore in iTunes use iLiberty or pwnage to re-unlock/jailbreak.
    Thank you for the info. Does restoring erase my contacts or harm the phone?

    I've searched for iLiberty for Mac but can't find a DL for it. Thanks again.

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    No, Just connect it to itunes press restore. When its done its gonna ask you if you want to set it up as New or from Backup.Just press Backup and resync your iPhone and you're good to go.

    http://mac.softpedia.com/get/iPhone-...iLiberty.shtml
    There the link iLiberty for Mac(Newest version)


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    all you have to do is restore, if you synced with that cpu you will have a back up, otherwise it will ask you to back it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeal View Post
    No, Just connect it to itunes press restore. When its done its gonna ask you if you want to set it up as New or from Backup.Just press Backup and resync your iPhone and you're good to go.

    Download iLiberty+ 1.51 for Mac - iLiberty+ - A software application that helps you jailbreak, activate and unlock your iPhone - Softpedia
    There the link iLiberty for Mac(Newest version)


    Toodles.
    Thank you very much. I'm very new to all of this.

    I restored, and just loaded iLiberty.

    Now everything works fine, except I am getting no service. What should I do?

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    That means it hasn't been properly unlocked, if I were you I would do a restore again and tick all the necessary boxes. If that doesn't work then it's a problem with iLiberity, I have problems with iDemocracy

    "Everybody has common sense, but most just don't use it, then you wonder why?" - Neo-Tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-Tech View Post
    That means it hasn't been properly unlocked, if I were you I would do a restore again and tick all the necessary boxes. If that doesn't work then it's a problem with iLiberity, I have problems with iDemocracy
    I didn't click the "unlock" option, because I am on AT&T and didn't feel the need to do that. I restored and have service again.

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