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Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Posted April 22, 2012 at 4:48pm by iClarified
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Estas são instruções de como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone após desbloqueá-lo com o SAM.
É muito importante fazer isso para garantir a continuidade do desbloqueio de seu SIM no futuro.

Se você ainda não desbloqueou usando o SAM, pode seguir este tutorial de desbloqueio.

Passo Um
Abra o Cydia de seu SpringBoard.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone


Passo Dois
Toque em Sections dentre as abas na parte inferior de sua tela.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Três
Escolha System na lista de alternativas.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Quatro
Toque para selecionar iFile da lista de pacotes.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Cinco
Toque o botão Install no canto superior direito da tela.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Seis
Toque em Confirm para iniciar a instalação.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Sete
Uma vez que a instalação tenha sido bem suscedida, toque no botão Return to Cydia.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Oito
Toque o botão Home e depois abra o iFile de seu SpringBoard.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Nove
Toque o botão Back no canto superior esquerda para navegar até a pasta /var.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Dez
Selecione root da lista de pasta em /var.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Onze
Toque para selecionar Library da lista de pastas em /var/root.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Doze
Toque o botão Edit no canto superior direito da tela.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Treze
Escolha Lockdown da lista de pastas. Então toque no ícone zip na barra de abas. É o segundo da esquerda para a direita.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Quatorze
Nomeie o arquivo para que você saiba a qual SIM card ele pertence. Então toque no botão Create.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Quinze
Escolha o arquivo que criamos na lista de pastas. Então toque o ícone mail na barra de abas. É o terceiro da direita para esquerda.
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone

Passo Dezesseis
Email o arquivo para você mesmo. Guarde-o em um lugar seguro!
Como fazer o Backup do Ticket de Desbloqueio de seu iPhone


IMPORTANTE:
Você deve executar o procedimento de desbloqueio e backup para todo SIM card que você quiser usar em seu iPhone

Opcionalmente, se você não quiser usar o iFile, acesse a pasta mostrada acima via SSH e copie os arquivos para seu computador. Certifique-se de guardá-los em um lugar seguro! Se você não sabe como acessar via SSH, temos um tutorial para [Windows] e um para [Mac].
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Vincent adolph
Vincent adolph - August 23, 2014 at 2:21pm
How do I unlock my iphone
nick
nick - November 29, 2012 at 5:56am
if i forget my password... i already purchase this, can this be used???
Fred
Fred - September 1, 2012 at 2:23pm
For activating each sim card the iPhone uses the folder ( LOCKDOWN ) so once you unlock the sim rename the folder lockdown to that sim. If you don't rename the lockdown folder it gets written over. After your done the same process to each sim there should be folders with the names of each sim, which ever sim you want to use you have to rename that folder back to lockdown for the iPhone to read it. You can only have one folder at a time called lockdown. This is the reason for saving the tickets so you can easily switch sims and they are activated.
Adrian2b4u
Adrian2b4u - April 23, 2012 at 9:04am
Hy I have a QUESTION,last friday I was playing with my IPHONE 4S IOS 5.1 and I have reverted all my setting to stock,and I lost my ACTIVATION....... So after pluging in and out my GEVEY sim with my not original carrier sim and than the non-orig sim without the gevey I HAVE MANAGED TO UNLOCK MY IPHONE 4S From carrier 3 SWEDEN to ORANGE ROMANIA!!!!!!!! . IS THERE A WAY TO SAVE MY UNLOCK TICKET??? IN CASE APPLE FINDS A WAY TO F>>K MY LUCK
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 9:35am
u didn't get a ticket to save, the GIEVEY ULTRA S works in a way that it had to be set once, and after that, u don't have to redo the settings again, I guess that what happened is that the settings is already saved on ur iPhone so that u didn't need the GIEVEY chip again, because it has already done it's job and saved it to ur iPhone. That's my guessing :)
Adrian2b4u
Adrian2b4u - April 23, 2012 at 10:02am
Thats not the case!!! Tha iPhone was completely restored to factory, it was asking for activation I have tried like 6 times to activate it with and without Gevey then out of nowhere it said IPhone activated with the non- orig Sim inside. And I pretty that I got the unlock/ lock problem from the Apple server because my iPhone works only with this particular non-original sin from this carrier and only this one ,another Sim from the same carrier does not work on the iPhone it asks for activation again.
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 10:13am
actually that's what GIEVEY does, it activates your iPhone to a particular SIM card, and I guess that's what happened, so if you used another SIM card with GIEVEY and then took out the GIEVEY, you will have the same result. Again, assumption only :)
Tom
Tom - April 22, 2012 at 8:03pm
Yeah this should be called a semi unlock cause its only an unlock for one specific sim card. I honestly would prefer a gevey or more ideally the sending your imei in way to unlock it.
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 12:36am
This is free dude :)
Tom
Tom - April 23, 2012 at 4:14am
yeah and i appreciate the dude for finding about this but still... it would be nice to have a full unlock instead. also the at&t way is free.
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 4:25am
AT&T's solution has some restrictions, not all subscribers are eligible. If you wanted to be free, u should have a factory unlocked iPhone from the beginning ;) That's what I always do :)
Tom
Tom - April 23, 2012 at 7:55am
Too bad factory unlocks are like $400 upfront. Haha. If only we all had that much money to spend :).
ken
ken - April 22, 2012 at 5:51pm
How is this backup useful?.. why is it necessary.. anyone knows?... the article does not explain this!
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 22, 2012 at 5:58pm
just in case anything happened and you were unable 2 generate a new ticket, then you restore the original one u already had
Mark
Mark - April 24, 2012 at 10:32am
Ok, so, let's assume you perform the SAM method with different SIM cards, and it would work every time. Now, say that in the future it stops working, how do you restore a saved activation ticket?
ken
ken - April 24, 2012 at 11:52am
Ya true.. there is still a lot of missing information!! I tried this method of unlock with two different sim cards- i unlocked with the 1st sim card and then took a backup as mentioned here, then i popped in the 2nd sim card and then did the entire unlock process again for this 2nd sim card and it worked too and i backed up the files for this sim card too.. Now when i inserted the 1st SIM card again in the phone i had to redo the unlock again through the entire process.... So it seems the Lockdown folder does not remember the previous activations [i am guessing from what is happening?]... SO SO how is this backup useful? is it that extracting it back again in that root/library folder would make the phone start running with the associated sim card again? Or is it that in case Apple changes its activation method then this backup can be used some how? What is it!! iClarified should explain more on how this backup comes useful.
Mark
Mark - April 24, 2012 at 12:36pm
You've go it chief. That's precisely my point. Anyone?
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 22, 2012 at 5:26pm
There is a tool in the same source dedicated to backup/restore the unlock ticket automatically, there is no need to all these steps :)
Tom
Tom - April 22, 2012 at 4:54pm
July new iPhone coming out I'll just wait and buy unlocked iPhone
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 22, 2012 at 5:25pm
Dude, don't expect a new iPhone before October 2012 :) Another thing, unlocked iPhone costs $400 more, but as for me, I prefer the factory unlocked ;)
Jim
Jim - April 23, 2012 at 5:17am
How is a factory unlock $400 more? I don't want a contract so explain how its $400 more? Plus you keep saying you always buy factory unlocked and yet your here in this article about unlocks..... Hmmmmm someone seems like they are lying....
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 6:02am
:D why would I lie??? :D the thing is that I'm not just an iPhone user, I'm always following jailbreak/unlock news...I have many friends with iPhones, and not a factory unlocked ones, and I've been unlocking their devices for about 2 years :) that's the deal dude. About your question, u can buy a factory unlocked iPhone from Apple's Online Store, 16GB for $649, 32GB for $749, 64GB for $849. if u want my opinion, get it with contract, it will b better for you, specially that you have many carriers now to choose between them. Have a good day :)
Tom
Tom - April 23, 2012 at 7:57am
^The man speaks the truth. Haha. Whys the dude above you getting so heated? Haha.
Ahmed Osama
Ahmed Osama - April 23, 2012 at 8:48am
I don't know what upset him :)
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