Gevey IOS 6 for GSM iPhone 4S compatible with new Ios 7 7.0 7.0.1 7.02 7.0.3 7.0.4

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by nofruvlem, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. nofruvlem macrumors newbie

    nofruvlem

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    #1
    The answer is yes! Just a side note GSM iphone must be currently activated and with clean imei (not reported lost or stolen). :)

    with T-mobile iphones and sims, for some reason there are some problems of compatability with the gevey and the network. Will update for any news accordingly.:rolleyes:


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  2. sonye macrumors newbie

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    Hi

    I have 2 Iphone 4s (Ios 7.0.4 BB 5.0.02) from TMobile/Orange UK. I tried with 2 Ultra S but none worked. Everytime they ask for an activation.
    I used these imsi codes:
    2343083
    2343091
    2343303
    2343302
    2343320
    2343334
    2343343

    Do you know whats wrong? Thanks in advance!
     
  3. eyepoper macrumors newbie

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    #3
    Did you try installing furiousmod?? Now there is a jailbreak. Try installing it. Let me know
     
  4. sonye macrumors newbie

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    Hi!

    News! I got it! I used the first imsi code but switching off the Iphone, changing the Reset Sim for the real one and switching it on. One of them works.

    Other one doesn´t ask for the activation but doesn´t connect with a network. "Searching" and then "No Service".
    Mobile is from UK and I am in Spain so it is not blocked, I look for networks manualy (not auto) and I see 4 or 5 nets but none connects...

    Any idea?

    (I checked FuriousMod but my Iphone is not a CDMA one, neither my Ultra S have a CDMA Code so I guess it doesn´t work on my case, right?)

    Thanks in advance!!
     
  5. eyepoper macrumors newbie

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    #5
    Try the Neter software of the iRose.. Try thrm both
     
  6. sonye macrumors newbie

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    #6
    Thanks!

    Can I have any explanation about that? It´s the first time I hear about it.

    Thanks!
     

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