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How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Posted March 26, 2008 at 5:23pm by iClarified
These are instructions on how to unlock, jailbreak and activate your iPhone using iLiberty+.

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 the Windows version of this tutorial here.


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

Step Two
Double click the downloaded file (iLibertyX.dmg) on your desktop.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Three
Double click the iLiberty icon to launch the program. NOTE***: You could also drag this icon into your Applications folder to permanently install it.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Four
You will be warned that you downloaded iLiberty+ from the internet. Click the Open button.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Five
iLiberty+ will open onto the standard tab.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Check the operations you would like to perform. If you are unlocking you would most likely choose all 4 options!
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Six
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.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Seven
Click the Free My *GB iPhone! button to begin.
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

Step Eight
Once the unlock is complete you will see an Enjoy! message. Click the OK button
to enjoy your newly unlocked iPhone!
How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

How to Unlock Your iPhone With iLiberty+ (Mac)

THANKS***: A lot of thanks go out to AViegas, George Zhu, Dev Team, and whomever else contributed to this release!
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lipethemitri@hotmail.com - July 26, 2011 at 10:28pm
very well
Darence
Darence - November 24, 2011 at 4:48am
I think you hit a bullseye there flleas!
Paulo
Paulo - September 29, 2008 at 11:04am
I'm using iLiberty+ for OSX and the software still running the first screen Why it don't pass for the next screen??? Tks for your help.
Paulo
Paulo - September 29, 2008 at 11:02am
I accidentally hit upgrade iphone recently in iTune, forgetting that my iphone 1.1.4 bought in May08 in Singapore, was bought unlocked and jailbroke. I've restored my phone in iTune to factory settings, won't access my SIM in Brazil. I have tried a number of unlocking instructions, including the one click iLiberty+ software, but none of them have successfully unlocked my iphone. Has anyone encountered the same problem, and can point me in the right direction? Thanks, I'd much appreciated.
Tobazred
Tobazred - July 24, 2008 at 11:38pm
Sounds like you are making more progress than me! I'll try that...
Marcos
Marcos - July 24, 2008 at 11:33pm
I DIT IT! but one problem... no signal! Why? I did redo pawnage again & restore & unlocked again & again but still no server. Anyone know about thiz? Hey Tobazred, just use the pawnage Tool don't use iLiberty.
Tobazred
Tobazred - July 24, 2008 at 9:39am
I'd love to help, but unfortunately I'm not in any position to advice. All day of trying to unlock without any success has given my headache. I can only say good luck!
Marcos
Marcos - July 24, 2008 at 9:28am
Yeah me too. Now no one can recognize my iPhone... ZiPhone, iPlus can't read it all.
Tobazred
Tobazred - July 24, 2008 at 8:58am
I accidentally hit upgrade iphone recently in iTune, forgetting that my iphone 1.1.4 bought in May08 in Singapore, was bought unlocked and jailbroke. I've restored my phone in iTune to factory settings, won't access my non-AT&T SIM in Australia. I have tried a number of unlocking instructions, including the one click iLiberty+, Ziphone, and iNdependence (Mac) software, but none of them have successfully unlocked my iphone. I'm not a techhead, but I can follow instructions. Has anyone encountered the same problem, and can point me in the right direction? Thanks, I'd much appreciated.
Marcos
Marcos - July 24, 2008 at 7:10am
Dear iClarified, I tried to unlock my iPhone using iLiberty+ but it seem to be stuck in 'Executing Jailbreak'. How long should I wait for, hours? coz already about two hours... still not moving to 'Executing Phase-2, Please Be patient...' D U know why, how & how long it should be? The history is I've just downgraded my iPhone back and just got success after following your steps after 4 days phone-less. Trying to follow others step & get struggling with errors 1604. So plz help me and lemme know. Thanks.
Tobazred
Tobazred - July 24, 2008 at 12:53am
How long does the unlock, active and jailbreak process on iLiberty+ take? I have been on the entering recovery mode for at least 5 minutes now. Is this normal? What am I doing wrong. I have a 1.1.4 OTB iphone, and I just want to unlock it to be able to use my local carrier SIM in Australia.
Tobazred
Tobazred - July 23, 2008 at 10:18pm
How long does the unlock, active and jailbreak process on iLiberty+ take? I have been on the entering recovery mode for at least 5 minutes now. Is this normal? What am I doing wrong. I have a 1.1.4 OTB iphone, and I just want to unlock it to be able to use my local carrier SIM in Australia.
Michael
Michael - July 21, 2008 at 5:37am
When I start iLiberty, there comes a error and it closed automatically. What must I do?
Jamie
Jamie - July 21, 2008 at 12:20am
Thank you
phuong
phuong - June 29, 2008 at 4:35pm
thanks it works
Terri
Terri - May 7, 2008 at 9:44am
Voìla!!! THis works!! See here too: http://george.insideiphone.com/index.php/iliberty/ for old firmware...
Frederik
Frederik - May 7, 2008 at 1:56am
It works perfectly. I had an OTB 1.1.2, jailbreaked with stealthsim. Did a safety backup, sync and then a restore to 1.1.4 and used iLiberty+. Afterwards I could use my safety backup to "restore" my usersettings and the sync the phone again and Voìla! Everything the same as before but with 1.1.4.
Michael
Michael - April 30, 2008 at 10:55am
Thanks Chris for the clear as crystal instructions. I'll give this a go over the weekend when I should have some more free time. Cheers!
Chris
Chris - April 30, 2008 at 9:25am
@ Michael . . . if by "How do I get the 1.1.4 firmware? " you are really asking . . . how do you download the necessary firmware to install on your iPhone then you should just head over to a place that links you to the firmware. Download it to your DESKTOP or folder of choice. Once you are ready to RESTORE, connect your iPhone and Hold down the SHIFT key (Windows) or Option/ALT-key (Mac) on your keyboard while clicking RESTORE. You may download the firmwares from . . . https://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=750 and thats how you update your iPhone into 1.1.4. Hopefully that helps . . . remember to read these instructions a minimum of three times to comprehend what you will be doing then its basically following the directions exactly.
Chris
Chris - April 30, 2008 at 9:04am
@ Michael . . . RESTORE to 1.1.4 . . . do not UPDATE to 1.1.4 (it seems counter intuitive since you may be thinking how to I restore to a firmware I never had . . . logically it make sense to update). If you need an URL for guidance just scroll up to the TOP of this page and it read VERBATIM, "Before following these instructions you should have already restored your iPhone to 1.1.4" . . . keyword there is "RESTORED". Hopefully that helps!
Theresa
Theresa - November 21, 2011 at 11:22pm
Aritlces like this just make me want to visit your website even more.
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