How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Windows)

Posted March 26, 2008 at 6:51pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 317006 views

These are instructions on how to unlock, jailbreak and activate your iPhone using iLiberty+ and Windows.

Before following these instructions you should have already restored your iPhone to 1.1.4 using iTunes. You should have the iPhone connected to your dock/computer and iTunes should have detected the iPhone after restore at least one once!

You can find a Mac version of the tutorial here

Step One
Download iLiberty+ 1.2 from here or here to your desktop.

Step Two
Double click the downloaded file (iLibertySetup_1.2.0.65.exe) on your desktop to launch the install program.

Step Three
Click the Next button to begin installation.

Step Four
Select the location to install iLiberty+ in and click the Next button.

Step Five
Enter a name for the iLiberty+ Start Menu Folder and click the Nextbutton.

Step Six
Check the box if you would like to add a iLiberty+ icon to your desktop then click the Next button.

Step Seven
Finally, click the Install button.

Step Eight
Once installation is complete you will be given the option to launch iLiberty+. Check the box next to Launch iLiberty+ then click the Finish button.

Step Nine
iLiberty+ will open onto the standard tab.

Check the operations you would like to perform. If you are unlocking you would most likely choose all 5 options!

Step Ten
Click to select the Payloads tab. From here you can select additional payloads to install while unlocking or jailbreaking. We will leave this alone for now and go back to the Standard tab. Note***: A tutorial on how to download and install payloads will be posted in the near future.

Step Eleven
Click the Go for it! button from the Standard Tab to begin.

Next I got a message that asked me to disconnect then reconnect my iPhone and click the OK button.

Step Twelve
You will then notice a status bar appear. Unfortunately, mine only displayed until around 13% and then disappeared. No worries though, the unlock procedure continued and finished successfully. I was not notified that it did by the software. Just watch your iPhone until it comes to rest at the "Slide to unlock" screen.

THANKS***: A lot of thanks go out to AViegas, George Zhu, Dev Team, and whomever else contributed to this release!

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itayms - March 21, 2013 at 6:23pm
try this one, I have unlocked my phone on very very fast (about 6 hours total) and cheap, now i can update to any version without having to worry that my phone will be locked ever again . Only 9.99$ for phone unlocks!!
Noah - November 30, 2009 at 8:40pm
the Go For It! button doesnt show up on my computer so i cant download it, help me!
meeth - April 10, 2013 at 4:08am
download iliberty+ at
raven - October 10, 2013 at 7:33pm
Same here WTF
Seema - October 16, 2009 at 4:03pm
Hi, I had un unlocked iphone 3G. I accidentally (!!) upgraded it to 3.1 OS via iTunes when all I wanted was to back up the contents of the phone to my PC. Of course, it is now locked, I can\'t even open it as it asks me to connect again to iTunes and have acompatible sim card. What options should I check on the iLiberty installation. Thank you.
Abeiphone - December 1, 2008 at 1:14pm
i have followed all the instruction but my problem is im not able to click on the \"go for it !\" button. im trying to unlock my phone any help will be greatly appertiated. keep the good work guys
mike - August 8, 2008 at 8:35am
i lose my anger quick. been at it since 9am this morning. its not 830pm! i finally gotta my phone back. went from 1.1.4 to 2.0 (messed up everything) and now im back to 1.1.4 and i think im gonna stay here. this tutorial was a big help. thanks a bunch.
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