Unlock OTB 1.1.2 with StealthSIM

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by nikk, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. nikk macrumors newbie

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    http://youtube.com/watch?v=yjvW7s-Op5g

    This is the safest, simplest and most secure solution to unlock your iPhone

    This universal solution is the only product which allows you to unlock all releases of the iPhone, including European and North American version 1.1.2 iPhones. The iPhoneLocks StealthSIM has been tested with UK and German iPhones.

    http://www.iphonelocks.com
     
  2. albinoAZN macrumors regular

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    wow, $110.09.. I was actually considering buying an iPhone to unlock with this method, but not after I saw that.
     
  3. igglepuff macrumors regular

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    heh, unfortunately they are all roughly the same price, give or take a few bucks.. I'd wait until 1.1.3 (macworld maybe?) is released to maek sure it works with them, and maybe theyre will somehow be a software unlock then (though doubt it)
     
  4. jav6454 macrumors P6

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    $110.09 is relatively cheap given the fact that a lack of software version of the unlock puts a high demand on hardware unlock methods (Suppy and Demand laws)

    However with 1.1.3 comming its highly possible a software solution will come. However software solutions are still high prices ($80-$59) using iPhone SimFree safe method or the free anySIM risky version (confirmed has turned many iPhones to iPod touches)
     
  5. AJ Muni macrumors 65816

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    when 1.1.3 comes out, the dev team with have the solution for 1.1.2. it's simple really, just need a new firmware so that they can use its baseband to validate the secpack, thus downgrading the baseband to an unlockable 04.01. Unlocking a 1.1.2 OOTB (out of the box) phone is currently impossible with software-only solutions, due to the new 4.6 bootloader. An exploit in this bootloader has been found, but the secpack from 1.1.3 is required to use it. If 1.1.3 introduces a baseband update, the secpack can be extracted from that (if 1.1.3 does not introduce a baseband update, then we'll have to wait until one is introduced).

    get it?
     
  6. jav6454 macrumors P6

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    VERY TRUE
     
  7. shiunn macrumors 6502

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    given the interest in keeping the phone locked, wouldn't apple make sure they don't change the baseband, hence inability to unlock?

    there's nothing to be gained by apple from upgrading the baseband is there?
     
  8. Consultant macrumors G5

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    There are three parts to the iPhone.

    Bootloader = extremely difficult to change, this is causing the problem with unlocking.
    Baseband = yes, changeable
    Firmware = yes, changeable
     
  9. shiunn macrumors 6502

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    so, ok. what's the chances of 1.1.3 having an update to the bootloader?
    since it's so secure noone can software unlock it, there's not much point in changing it no?
     
  10. Consultant macrumors G5

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    Bootloader is flashed at the factory, or if you are really good with soldering (no instructions, voids warranty big time).

    Without access to physical piece of the chip, currently not changeable via software.
     
  11. MST macrumors 6502

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    Ok so $110.09 I could live with given the prices that similar products e.g. TurboSIM are selling for here in the UK, I just checked one website and they're asking for £99! But $52.94 for shipping to the UK is beyond ridiculous :rolleyes:
     
  12. jav6454 macrumors P6

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    Seems this are the prices unlockers will have to face in light that unlocking solutions are becoming quite hardware only. By unlockers I also mean myself :(
    :apple:iPhone 8GB:apple:
     
  13. iSamurai macrumors 65816

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    this is like hacking the bank... lol I'm also in the queue. you ppl are not alone :eek:
     
  14. zaccoyne macrumors newbie

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    NEXT SIM 3 unlock any IPHONE 1.1.2 OOB Turbosim

    bought a next sim card 3 turbo sim from ebay user was called "ronanom" i think anyway he was from ireland got it in 2 days and it worked perfectly it was already programmed it worked on a uk iphone for me and it is said to work on all iphones . so if you are wondering if these x sim card 3 work they work perfectly

    i am very very happy with it youtube is perfect on these things
     
  15. AJ Muni macrumors 65816

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    You lie like a rug you friggin spammer
     
  16. makos macrumors newbie

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    Got my stealthsims, they are awesome

    I took a chance because a friend of mine got a stealthsim and saw the iphone working under rogers, so I went ahead and purchased 20 stealthsim from this site www.iphonethesolution.com and I cant believe the support and the fast shipping I got from them. Once i got them, i followed their video and steps on their website, I installed all the stealthsims in the iphones and all work like a charm without any hiccups. I did rogers and fido and they been running fantastic. I just made an other order of 5 . i got them for 94.99 USD a peice.

    These stealthsims are for version 1.1.2 OTB (bootloader 4.6) iphones.

    Watch there video.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=za1dQLqs7Ao
     
  17. iphoneCDN macrumors member

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    Regular price is $99, but if you enter the code "IPHONECA" you will save $5, which makes it the cheapest price on the internet for ordering one StealthSIM!

    http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/recommended/stealthsim.php
     
  18. thats nice macrumors member

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    Sometimes it pays to be an early adopter. Just like all the gaming consoles, first ones are always easier to modify...so if you have any intent on modifying something you're best bet is to buy it early.
     
  19. backspaces macrumors newbie

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    Requires Jailbreak, right!

    A couple of questions:
    - ALL *Sim solutions still require Jailbreaking, right?
    - Therefore as new firmware versions come out, *Sim solutions must re-Jailbreak?
    - Jailbreaking is not the same as Unlocking, but still difficult. Does a *Sim solution require using new Jailbreak software, thus take time while it is engineered, in order to install the new firmware?
    - Is Jailbreaking available for all current firmware/bootloader combinations?
    - Once a *Sim is working, to use a different SIM (while traveling, for example), is a second Jailbreak needed for the different SIM?

    I'm just trying to calibrate just how hard all these things are. I think the *Sim solutions are likely to be the best, overall, and hopefully will work world-wide.

    Thanks!

    -- Owen
     
  20. A3Australia macrumors newbie

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    No its not!

    What about the original TurboSIM from Bladox?

    And how about the latest Generation 4 Chinese devices with STK support (as per the original Bladox TurboSIM)?
     
  21. makos macrumors newbie

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    The Turbo only works with some cell providers and so does the other one. The stealthsim works with every cell provider you can think of. When the 1.1.3 come s out from Apple, why even upgrade it if you already have the stealthsim and your phone unlocked already with the 1.1.1 and 1.2.1 version iPhone. Apple and AT&T will be partners for a longtime, that means it will be alongtime until Apple allows other cell providers to use the iPhone.


    I read somewhere that the stealthsim sometime soon, if you have your iPhone with the stealthsim unlocked that you will be able to download all kinds of application, icons, wallpapers from the stealthsim server within the iphone.
     
  22. makos macrumors newbie

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    These guys iphonelocks are not even an Authorized dealer.

    www.iphonethesolution.com is authorized: look:
    http://www.stealthsim.com/dealers/authdealers_ca_122005.htm
     
  23. Consultant macrumors G5

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    Actually they seem to be authorized, but all people who are successful /advertising a certain sim seems to be n00bs.
     
  24. A3Australia macrumors newbie

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    What nonsense !

    I have tested all these devices.

    The Bladox TurboSIM works with all SIMs

    So does the latest 3rd Generation NextSIM and HyperSIM and China3GPP and the one branded "USA AT&T".

    The Stealth SIM (the black one) has problems. I have one in front of me now. It's size is a problem with week 47+ iPhones.
     
  25. ndwgolf macrumors regular

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    Stealth Sim 1.1.3

    I got my stealth sim last week and 2 miniutes later i had a phone that could be used as a phone, my question now is, is it ok to upgrade the firmware to 1.1.3 now that it is out?????
     

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