Filed under: Cellphonesdigg_url = 'http://digg.com/apple/iUnlock_released_the_first_free_open_source_iPhone_SIM_unlock_software';It looks like the battle's officially over between iPhoneSIMfree and the numerous unique groups of open source hackers trying to software SIM unlock the iPhone. As we've been following in our previous post on the topic, earlier this afternoon iUnlock, the first free, open source iPhone SIM unlock app, was released to the underground just 74 days after the iPhone's release. Developed by the iPhone Dev Team, it's not for the faint of heart and it takes a little longer than iPhoneSIMfree's method, but it works. Developing...
Quick and dirty guide to getting iUnlock running
First, you'll need iUnlock + nor + the
- Make sure you have firmware v1.0.2
- Drop those three files on your iPhone (and possibly chmod 555 iUnlock)
- Stop the comm center (launchctl unload -w
- Watch your iPhone get unlocked?? (About 20 minutes, supposedly)
- Minicom into the tty.baseband
setup modem as
AT S7=45 S0=0 L1 V1 X4 &c1 E1 Q0
(If you cant write in the minicom, start commcenter again and stop it again)
- AGAIN: we CANNOT confirm this is the correct method to use iUnlock! Just what we've gleaned from the internets, do not consider this a guide.
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Isn't the standard procedure for fixing a compromised box (windows or *nix) reinstalling and restoring from backups?
And you think safe mode will save you? Assuming the box was compromised as root (or Administrator), ANYTHING on the box could have been modified...how are you going to use safe mode to replace a spyware-modified kernel (for example: http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/02/18/19