WOW Problem solved - unlocked!

BAD_S197

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Nov 2, 2007
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I was debating activating the phone now or in december when my contract is up. It would have effectivly doubled my phone bill and I didn't want that at this point.

I decided to unlock the phone and run the simunlock software.

I have successfuly unlocked it and using my tmobile sim chip.

My only question is, when it comes time for the contract to expire and I decide to switch to att with the att sim supplied, how well does the restore to original factory condition work?

The unlock.no guy provides a script but i've yet to do a search on anyone who wanted to go back to factory original and put the att sim chip in.

anyway.. wanted to share my happiness!

jake
 

Dragoro

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Sep 9, 2007
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don't know for sure, maybe get a new att sim card?
 

Alexander

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Jun 28, 2007
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I was debating activating the phone now or in december when my contract is up. It would have effectivly doubled my phone bill and I didn't want that at this point.

I decided to unlock the phone and run the simunlock software.

I have successfuly unlocked it and using my tmobile sim chip.

My only question is, when it comes time for the contract to expire and I decide to switch to att with the att sim supplied, how well does the restore to original factory condition work?

The unlock.no guy provides a script but i've yet to do a search on anyone who wanted to go back to factory original and put the att sim chip in.

anyway.. wanted to share my happiness!

jake
Over in the mods section, you'll see posts about iPhone Virginizers, which will restore your iPhone to the same state it was when you opened it. Simply insert your AT&T after virginizing it, connect it to iTunes, and activate as normal!