http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1338730its an iPhone 4s that supports both gsm and cdma. So yeah it works lol
No it doesn't work.. lol.
learn to use the search function on MacRumors.
So nothing is impossible.. but it won't activate.http://www.eachsupplier.com/r-sim-v-for-iphone-4s-unlock-all-carrier-in-the-world.html
ive somehow gotten to the point in which it shows my number and signal bars but it won't like activate, nothing is impossible bro
preciate the help bro, and are you sure R-SIM V is the same as the rebel sim? cause i saw the video and he has a different menu than what im gettingHmm I love how people didnt catch the part that hes using a Rebel sim interposer. watch the video see if it works for you.http://rebelsimcard.com/gsm-and-cdma-iphone-4s-unlock-and-activation-rebel-pro-micro-simcard.html#.UB-JFqnQ99k
i've been to that website, i just don't understand beyond this
There's no "CDMA 4S" or "GSM 4S". They're all devices that support both (read the specs). Now, whether a CDMA carrier will activate a device not sold for their network or unlock it for domestic GSM carriers is an entirely separate matter but it certainly works as this how you roam internationally on GSM carriers with a Sprint or Verizon 4S.so you're using a CDMA iPhone on a GSM network? Does that even work lol.