We’re happy at last introduce a SIM that unlock iPhone with baseband 4.11.08, 4.12.01 and all different variations. Now for all iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS house owners should full an unencumber it doesn’t matter what model baseband you have got. There is already an available SIM unlock working with SAM. The process isn’t straightforward and requires a few steps.
This method was also known by the hacker MuscleNerd scrutinized and it was last night confirmed via Twitter that the unlock is successful.MuscleNerd has tested the unlock itself and could, by using SAM to unlock his iPhone 4S with a T-Mobile lock.This study showed that the Chinese counterpart Sun-Loktar it really accomplish that all baseball may be exempt under iOS 5.x (5.0 iOS, iOS 5.0.1, iOS 5.1) from a SIM lock.
A positive message, because so far there were only a few unlock methods and new equipment could usually not be unlocked. Since the exploited vulnerability of the Unlock is well resolved very soon, we recommend you to unlock as soon as possible to carry out. How do you unlock your iPhone with SAM, you can read our detailed instructions.
Instructions for the SAM SIM unlock for ALL iPhone models for ALL versions of baseband
Your iPhone must be on the IOS version 5.0, 5.0.1, or 5.1 and must be equipped with a jailbreak. The guide takes a look at our jailbreak jailbreak Area . At the beginning there have to be your old SIM card in iPhone stuck.
How to Unlock the iPhone with SAM:
- The iPhone has to have a jailbreak
- The iPhone may not have been blacklisted by Apple (Apple ID disabled)
- Information about the provider of the iPhone lock must be known (T-Mobile, AT&T, etc.)
- The respective SIM card that you want to use after unlock, the iPhone has to find
- Latest version of iTunes must be installed
The following equipment and baseband version will be supported:
- All-generation iPhone and all baseband versions (04:11:08, 04:12:01, etc.)
Step 1: Add the following source in Cydia to: http://repo.bingner.com (Cydia -> Manage -> Sources -> Edit -> Add)
Step 2: Addiction and installed in Cydia . SAM SAM Then you should see the app on your iPhone.
Step 3: Opens SAMPrefs and go to ” Utilities “and press on” De-Activate iPhone “.
Step 4: Now go to the main menu of SAM and press on ” More Information “under” SIM details “you can find your IMSI number. Copies this.
Step 5: Now clears all your old SIM card from your iPhone plugged in and the new SIM card of your choice into the iPhone.
Step 6: Now go back to the main menu of SAM, and presses the ” Method “and choose”By Country and Carrier “to.
Step 7: Back in the main menu by pressing on Sam ” Country “and choose from your country. (Eg USA, etc.)
Step 8: Back in the main menu by pressing on Sam ” Carrier “and choose the network provider, your new SIM card that you want to use it from.
Step 9: Now go back to the main menu on ” More Information “and press on” to spoof real SIM SAM “. Next you will find under ” SAM details “the IMSI number. Delete this and add there the one that you in the 4th Step’ve copied.
Step 10: Now go back to the main menu and press on ” Utilities “, arrived press”Attempt Activation “. If everything was followed correctly should restart your iPhone.
Step 11: After rebooting again chooses to SAM. In the main menu you will find ” Enable“. Deactivated there closes the switch and SAM.
Step 12: Open iTunes on your iPhone to your Mac or PC and includes yours. Now iTunes should report an error that the device can not be activated. Do not worry, that’s a good sign. Click on OK and look at your iPhone to see if the desired operator appears. If there has been done after a few seconds, still nothing, does the cable from your iPhone again and closes it again. Does the cable so long now and again displayed to the operator.
How to save your Activation Ticket to preserve your unlock
For the record, MuscleNerd has stated that he recommends saving off your Activation Ticket for each SIM that you use. These can be found by SSH into the jailbroken device using something iFile or a desktop client, Navigate to /var/Root/ibrary/Lockdown and make a local copy of everything that is found in that directory for each SIM card, as they might come in handy in the future.
If all steps were followed correctly, your iPhone should now run with your desired carrier. Added to this is that you switch between the old and new SIM card at any time you can, without any adjustments to make. To explain, this guide can also be performed in a different order.