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Fully unlock your iPhone for US$96 August 7, 2007

Posted by reverseengineer in Hacks, Hardware, iPhone.
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If seems all that software acrobatics and mumbo-jumbo isn’t the quickest to unlock an iPhone so you can use it anywhere with any provider – some hackers in Europe claim to have done it with hardware: a SIM reader/writer and a blank SIM card, plus a quick download and some other little things.

The hardware is readily available for an average cost of US$96 – way cheaper if you live in Asia, where cheapo Taiwan-made reader/writers are sold on the sidewalk and bargain shops for change. Some people have tried it and claim that it works.

For purely educational and evaluation purposes, Mac-A-Doodle directs you to full step-by-step instructions and tutorial at Hacintosh here.

If you dare, proceed at your own risk. 

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1. Philippine iPhone? « Mac-A-Doodle - August 15, 2007

[…] Someone’s got an iPhone working in the Philippines – working, as in getting calls and texts, apparently using that SuperSIM hack mentioned here previously. […]


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