How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

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These are instructions on how to unlock your 3.9 Bootloader iPhone with AnySIM 1.3 for use on the 1.1.3 firmware!

To follow these directions you must have a 3.9 Bootloader iPhone. This means that your iPhone came with firmware 1.1.1 or lower out of the box. The instructions also assume that you already have soft updated to 1.1.3.

Step One
First we must update our baseband to 04.03.13_G. To do this you must follow this tutorial:
http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=640

Step Two
Now that we are at 1.1.3, jailbroken, and with the right baseband we can begin to unlock!

Press to select Settings from the Springboard.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Three
Press to select General from the list of Settings.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Four
Press to select Auto-Lock from the General Menu.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Five
Press to select Never from the Auto-Lock Menu.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Six
Press the Home button to return to your Springboard then press the Installer icon to launch it.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Seven
Press the Install tab at the bottom of the screen.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Eight
Press to select iClarified from the list of Categories.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

If you haven't already added the iClarified installer source you must do this to see the iClarified category! You can find instructions to do this here:
http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=636

Step Nine
Press to select anySIM 1.3 from the list of Packages.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Ten
Press the Install button at the top right of the screen.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Eleven
Press the large red Install button that appears.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Twelve
The anySIM 1.3 will install and then you will be returned to the Categories list. Press the Home button to return to your Springboard.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Thirteen
Notice the new anySIM icon on your Springboard. Before we can unlock we must enable Airplane mode. Press to select Settings from your Springboard.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Fourteen
Slide the Airplane Mode switch to the ON position.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Fifteen
Press the Home button to return back to your Springboard. Press the anySIM icon located on your Springboard.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Sixteen
Press the large OK button to continue past the welcome message.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Seventeen
Slide the Unlock Slider to the right to begin your unlock procedure.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

Step Eighteen
Scroll down and read the legal information then click the large red OK, Unlock My Phone button.
How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone

How to Unlock Your 1.1.3 3.9 Bootloader iPhone


NOTES***: If you are experiencing a problem with AnySIM telling you that your Auto-Lock is not set to never you can try this solution posted by iderzh. Thanks!

It is very simple solution, the root cause is: anySIM 1.3 checks in /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist file "SBAutoLockTime" value. So, if you used Official Dev Team 1.1.3 Upgrade this file was moved to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ .

Solution only for iPhone with 1.1.3 (Official Dev Team Release):
1. Set "Auto-Lock" to "Never"
2. Rename /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist to /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist.old
3. Copy /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist to /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
4. Set "Airplane mode" to ON.
5. run anySIM 1.3 (now it should run smoothly)
6. rename /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist.old to /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
7. turn "Airplane mode" OFF
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christopher aoun - March 23, 2008 at 12:34pm
i just need to know where to rename the files where should i go in the iphone inorder to type all this
christopher aoun - March 23, 2008 at 12:31pm
how can ou rename /rat... where do uoy go to type them in the phone
Jordan - February 12, 2008 at 11:14pm
Thanks for the tips -- one note though, when I had to copy the springboard plist from mobile\'s preferences to root\'s preferences, I had to chmod +r it too since it was originally set to not be world readable. that line is (for anyone else having trouble) after the copy step and it would be: chmod a+r /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
CajunSniper - February 12, 2008 at 10:44pm
i renamed the file becouse i was having problems but i for got the change the airplane mode off its flashed my phone and is working do i need to do the proses again
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