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Restore/Upgrade:
To enter recovery mode, connect the phone to the computer and press and hold the Power button (on top) and the Home button (on bottom front) simultaneously. After about 15 seconds phone will appear to turn off, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button. After about 15 seconds the computer and iTunes will detect the phone in recovery mode, and you can perform a restore. IMPORTANT: If you just click the restore button, it will restore it with the latest firmware. It’s much safer to manually select firmware instead. If you want to manually select a different firmware you can hold down SHIFT key (Windows) or Option/ALT-key (Mac) when clicking the Restore button, and it will let you choose firmware file.

Firmware:
1.0.2
1.1.1
1.1.2

Downgrade Firmware via iTunes:
1. Connect the phone to the computer and launch iTunes.
2. Restore your phone
3. You will get an error when restore is complete, just ignore it and run AppTapInstaller.exe, but iNdependence should do the same.

Downgrade the baseband:
1. Make sure Modem version, in Settings → General → About.
2. Set Settings → General → Auto Lock → Never
3. Start Installer and install BSD SubSystem found in System Category.
4. Go to Sources and tap edit and add http://i.unlock.no/
5. Now install “BB Downgrader (depends on your current baseband – point 1)” found in Unlocking Tools category. This will take around 5 minutes.
When done, restore your phone to get 1.1.1 firmware reinstalled.
When phone have been restored, you can Activate and unlock as normal.

Activate iPhone (1.1.1):
1. Make sure you have a SIM-card with PIN turned off, and power on your phone (the supplied AT&T card works fine).
On the activation screen, slide to emergency and dial: *#301# to make the phone call itself. (If the incoming call dialog quickly disappears but it keeps ringing, just dial 0 (remove *#301# first), and it will call itself)
2. Answer the call, and tap on Hold
Phone will call it self again, tap Decline. You will now be returned to the normal dialer.
3. Tap on contacts, and tap the + icon to add a new. The only info you are going to add to this contact are two URL’s. To add a URL, tap Add new URL. The first URL is prefs followed by a colon: prefs: and the second is jailbreakme.com. Tap Save.
Your contact now has two “web pages” – tap on the first one (prefs:). This will take you to the settings dialog. The reason you want this, is because you need to connect to a Wi-Fi network, so tap on Wi-Fi, and get connected to a network, and make sure the icon on top of the screen is indicating that you are connected. While you are in the settings dialog, you should also set: General → Auto-Lock → Never.
4. Now, press the home button, and again, slide to emergency dial 0, Answer the call, Hold and Decline the new call so that you get to the contacts. Tap on your contact (No Name), and this time tap on the other home page, jailbreakme.com
Safari will launch and show you a webpage. Read through the text, before you Install AppSnapp
Phone will return to activation screen, but don’t panic, just wait.
Phone should automaticly restart after almost a minute. . If it does not restart withing 2 minutes, click here.

When the phone starts again, it should no longer say Slide to emergency, but rather Slide to unlock It means it was successfull! Activation is now bypassed, and phone prepared for software installation! (If you are going to use an AT&T SIM, you won’t need to do the next step.)

Unlock the SIM-lock

1. Open installer, and install the update if prompted.
2. Go to sources and tap Edit and Add
3. Add this URL: http://i.unlock.no
4. Tap Done and then Refresh
5. Go to Install (at bottom) and scroll down to the Unlocking Tools category and install AnySIM
When installed you can press the home button, and you will find a new AnySIM icon on your home screen. Launch it and follow the instructions.

The unlocking process will take about 5-10 minutes, in the end it should say it was successful!
To clean up your phone, launch Installer and uninstall AnySIM. Then go to Settings → General → Auto-Lock and set it to a prefered value.

How to “Virginize” an unlocked phone (1.0.2)
1. Ignore all long and complex tutorials – I have set up a fully automatic script that will repair the phone so that you can upgrade it.
2. Set Settings → General → Auto Lock → Never
Make sure Modem firmware is 03.14.08_G. Check this in Settings → General → About.
3. Start Installer and update it if it asks. Tap on Sources, Edit, and Add http://i.unlock.no/ as a repository.
Make sure you have BSD Subsystem installed, if not, go to System category and install it.
4. Now, install The Virginizer found in the Unlocking Tools category. This will take about 3-5 minutes to complete.
Only use if you never updated to 1.1.1 before! (that means, only use if your Modem firmware is 03.14.08_G. Check this in Settings → General → About).

How to “Virginize” 04.01.13_G (1.1.1)
1. You would want to do this if you upgraded to 1.1.1, and now have 0049xxx IMEI, and Modem version 04.01.13_G. Check this in Settings → General → About.
2. Set Settings → General → Auto Lock → Never
3. Install BSD SubSystem found in System Category.
4. Go to Sources and tap edit and add http://i.unlock.no/ (if you haven’t already).
5. Now install “Virginize 04.x” found in Unlocking Tools category. This will take almost 10 minutes.

When done, restore your phone to get 1.1.1 firmware reinstalled.
When phone have been restored, you can Activate and unlock as normal.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. natalie jones says:

    Thank you for sharing!

  2. ttrujillo@supernerdio.com says:

    Very nice!! I will definitely check this out

  3. natalie jones says:

    Worked like a charm

  4. natalie jones says:

    Have to admit it was a bit of work though. Not sure if I would want to change it back.

  5. andi says:

    pak.jailbreak 1.1.3 udah realese tuh kemarin,tapi blom bisa unlock ya

  6. andi says:

    pak.jailbreak 1.1.3 udah realese tuh kemarin,tapi blom bisa unlock ya

  7. rio says:

    di update dong blognya…
    thanks

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