AT&T iPhone 4S – how to be unlocked without any software

AT&T iPhone 4S – how to be unlocked without any software

A great news comes from an iOS developer which comes public on the internet, a bug which is capable to unlock your iPhone 4S device to be compatible with any carrier without jailbreak.

Also, this bug works is not available only for iPhone 4S but also works for iPhone 4 and 3GS.

For unlock your iPhone 4S, 4 or 3GS is simple, just follow the below steps in order.

  1. Insert original carrier AT&T SIM card
  2. Dial 611 for AT&T customer service hotline and drop the call
  3. Turn on Airplane Mode
  4. Take out AT&T SIM card
  5. Insert T-Mobile SIM card
  6. Make sure WiFi is off ( also tap on ‘Forget this Network” to make sure it doesn’t connect automatically later)
  7. Switch off Airplane Mode and iPhone will search for network. This is followed by the Apple splash screen appearing.
  8. Activation Required will be displayed on the screen
  9. EDGE network will activate automatically – notice the ‘E’ on the top left corner of the screen
  10. Wait for about 20-30 seconds and turn off the phone
  11. Turn on iPhone and the same Activation Required screen will be displayed
  12. When you see one signal bar, tap on Use Cellular Connection
  13. Eject SIM card
  14. Activation Required screen will be displayed the second time
  15. Insert SIM card
  16. Unlocked!

Below you can watch a video demonstration.


PwnageTool 4.1 for jailbreaking Apple devices

A new version of PwnageTool 4.1l was finally released, the PwnageTool 4.1 that allows to build custom firmware files for A4 devices like iPhone 4, iPad, Apple TV 2G and even iPod touch 4G.

Before to hit the download you have to know that PwnageTool 4.1 supports the following devices:

– iPhone 4 on iOS 4.1
– iPhone 3GS (new and old bootrom) on iOS 4.1
– iPhone 3G
– iPad on iOS 3.2.2
– Apple TV 2G on iOS 4.1
– iPod touch 3G/ 4G on iOS 4.1

Download PwnageTool 4.1 for Mac

If you have any questions regarding the installing steps or if you experienced any issues, let us know and we’ll try to help you :).

[Via RedmondPie]