Posts Tagged ‘unlock iphone’

Ultrasn0w fixer has been updated for support on those running the marginally-tweaked iOS 6.0.1, released by Apple a few days ago. So those of you looking to maintain the carrier unlock you’ve treasured for so long can now do so on the very latest firmware.

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It really isn’t a great secret that jailbreaking iOS devices is an extremely popular pastime and the activity keeps on growing with the passage of time. iOS device owners often go down the jailbreaking route for a number of different reasons, some jailbreak to enhance the stock experience and alter the way the system works, and some do it to drastically change the visuals of the operating system, while some merely use it as a mean to gain a software based unlock to use their devices on unofficial networks.

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MuscleNerd of iPhone Dev Team has just released an updated version of Redsn0w that improves iPhone 3GS 06.15.00 baseband downgrade which was originally released last month. In case you don’t already know, Redsn0w now allows iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS users sporting iPad’s 06.15.00 baseband to downgrade back to 05.13.04 baseband with a fully working unlock and GPS.

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It was only a few days ago that we brought you the exciting news that iPhone Dev Team and their rock star lead MuscleNerd had been working covertly on a way to allow users to downgrade the baseband on their iPhone 3G and 3GS from 06.15.00 to a prior one with full unlock and GPS support. This may not be something which some of you actually require, but for those unfortunate ones who had to update to the iPad baseband to get an unlock last year, it is certainly a nice welcome, especially with the launch of Apple’s new Maps service in iOS 6 that makes extensive use of the device’s GPS capabilities.

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With the jailbreak community once again reveling in delight after the release of the latest jailbreak that provides an untethered experience across the board on iOS 5.1.1, the expectant update and release of the iPhone Dev Team’s software-based Ultrasn0w unlock has finally come to fruition. For a lot of users, being jailbroken is only half the battle, with the ultimate goal being able to unlock their iPhone for use on all networks.

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Apple has reacted quickly to rectify the issue with their activation servers that allowed iPhone owners to unlock their devices, anyone who didn’t get involved when the process was first announced will unfortunately be left with an iPhone restricted to a single carrier. However, if you are one of the enterprising few who jumped into action right away, then read on to see just what you can do with those saved activation tickets.

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The phrase “the early bird catches the worm” rings true frequently in various areas of the tech spectrum, and since Apple has begun stepping up the security of its activation servers, it is important to remind you all to backup your unlock activation tickets before it is too late.

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It seems that jailbreakers and potential unlockers are having to wait longer and longer for news to cheer about as the cat and mouse game with Apple and the networks becomes more and more difficult for those involved in producing jailbreaks and iPhone unlocks. Once upon a time, when a new firmware was released, it didn’t seem to take that long for the development teams to pull something together to release to the public, but as time progresses it also seems that the difficulty levels involved in this kind of work is increasing dramatically.

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Although most iPhone owners would find it hard to turn down a free unlock – particularly when their carrier is offering them voluntarily and without charge – a dilemma may arise if one is forced to surrender a jailbreak in the process.

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The jailbreaking of an iPhone is an art which appeals to a diverse group of people for a number of different reasons. Some people genuinely and strongly disagree with Apple’s tight hold over the operating system, some individuals love the freedom to be able to install previously unavailable tweaks, modifications and themes while others need to perform a jailbreak as an intermediary stepping stone to achieving a network unlock to use the device with any carrier.

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Blog posts have been flying around the internet for the last few days since the release of Redsn0w 0.9.9b9 which included a footnote advising users the newest iteration of the Ultrasn0w unlock (version 1.2.5) would be released this coming Monday via the official repository in Cydia.

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The baseband bootrom for the iPhone 4S has been dumped by the iPhone Dev-Team, Redmond Pie has learned. Check out the details after the jump!

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