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November 20th, 2007:
iPhone Update 1.1.2 and SimFree v1.8 news

We would like to let all our valued customers know that all testing for update 1.1.2 version phones is now complete. Yet again, SimFree remained completely unlocked and restore resistant for 1.1.2 version phones but we wanted to check and verify new updates to the OS region changes before recommending trouble free updates. As with all updates, the phone needs to be jail-broken and activated again for it to function. Thanks to the great work of the community, jail-breaking a 1.1.2 phone is now possible and works great.

We would like to also bring your attention to the recent events surrounding the iPhone Scene around the world. The recent launch of the European iPhone has introduced a new Bootloader which "currently" does not allow any kind of unlocking. The same Bootloader is present on the new iPhones that are purchased in the US with 1.1.2 pre-installed.

We are also ready to release SimFree v1.8 which is for people who got their base-bands updated to 04.02.13_G before using SimFree. This version must be used on a 1.1.1 Phone (with old bootloader) and then you will be able to update to 1.1.2 and still remain unlocked.

As a reminder, customers who have used any version of SimFree in the past are NOT required to re-unlock their phone for this update!

Procedure to update to 1.1.2 from older versions:

1. In Installer go to Tweaks 1.1.1 and install Oktoprep.
2. Open iTunes and hit Update in order to install 1.1.2 (note that if you press Restore it wont work)
3. After that is done, download Jailbreak-1.1.2 and proceed with the Jailbreak procedure. (for Windows & Mac)
4. You will want to install iWorld from Installer after you update (found in Tweaks 1.1.2) in order to fix a known 1.1.2 crash caused with Unsupported Carriers.

The procedure to Install SimFree v1.8 on your Phone remains the same as before. Just add http://tinyurl.com/2qxpe6 in the Installer Sources and you will have the option to install SimFree v1.8 on your phone.

Keep your eyes pealed for more news soon to come.


October 29th, 2007:
SimFree v1.7 now Native for v1.1.1 iPhones

With the release of the new jailbreak/activation by the community development teams there is no longer a need to downgrade to 1.0.2. SimFree 1.7 is specifically tailored to be run on 1.1.1 phones with no need to downgrade. The brilliant work by the teams combined with SimFree 1.7 means that it is now possible to get a brand new 1.1.1 phone and have it fully up and running in under 10 minutes. We strongly recommend that all our resellers switch to this new method of jailbreak. We can now also recommend that all our previously unlocked users upgrade to 1.1.1 . Please note that if you have already unlocked your phone once using any previous version of SimFree there is no need to unlock it again.

Please follow the simple step by step instructions outlined below to get Simfee 1.7 onto a freshly jailbroken phone.

1. On the Activation Screen, slide ro the Emergency Screen.
2. Type *#307# and hit Call, the phone will start ringing and diplay 1 Calling.
3. Delete all the numbers from the top right of the screen and Call the number 0.
4. Press Answer, Hold and then Decline.
5. Go to Contacts and create a contact. In the Url field type prefs://1f and save it. Then add another URL and type jailbreakme.com and save it.
6. Click on the prefs://1f and you can select your WiFi network. Exit by pressing home and then Dial and Call the number 0 from the emergency screen.
7. Select the second URL called jailbreakme.com of the contact you created and and follow the Install AppSnapp. Wait for it to finish and reboot the phone when its done.
8. Now AppTapp is on your Home Screen so you can install SimFree v1.7 directly on the phone.
9. In Sources press Edit, Add, and type in http://tinyurl.com/2qxpe6 . Accept the AppTapp installer message and it will show iPhoneSimFree on your Install list.
10. After that you must install from the System tab the BSD Subsystem and then SimFree v1.7 from the iPhoneSimFree tab.
11. You should now Go to the phone Settings application and in General - AutoLock, select Never you can now run SimFree v1.7. Its that easy!

October 10th, 2007:
Worlds First Unlock for iPhone 1.1.1 / 04.01.13_G Firmware

Our sincere congratulations, to the iPhone/ iTouch Dev Team for their brilliant work in finding an ingenious way to jailbreak the 1.1.1 system. This exciting news means we are now able to gladly welcome all SIMFREE unlocked phone owners to UPGRADE to 1.1.1 if they so wish

Further to this, we are very proud to announce, (after some very difficult and lengthy hardware hackery), we were able to retrieve the necessary info to create the world first 1.1.1 unlock solution. We have now tested SimFree v1.6 with phones that have the new Baseband version 04.01.13_G with full success. This now means that SimFree v1.6 release, is now capable of completely restoring/repairing software unlocked "bricked" iPhone. Those of you wishing to repair your phone, please read the following steps.

Steps for "un-bricking" your anySim or iUnock iPhones:

1. Follow the iPhone/iTouch dev team steps to bring your phone back to 1.0.2 system (your baseband firmware will still be the newer 04.01.13_G)

2. Register your true IMEI (found engraved on the back of your phone) with our servers through one of our trusted resellers.

3. Power down your phone and REMOVE your sim

4. Power up with the sim removed and Install SimFree.app 1.6 (simplest method is through apptapp installer, see post below)

5. Follow this tutorial to execute the Simfree. app.

Here is the direct link to SimFree v1.6: Download SimFree v1.6

Why use iPhoneSimFree, Facts about unlocking with SimFree

1. iPhoneSimFree was the first to release a Software Unlock for the iPhone.
2. iPhoneSimFree Unlock works on ALL versions of iPhone (1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2, 1.1.1)
3. iPhoneSimFree Unlock works on ALL versions of Modem Firmware ( even the latest 04.01.13_G )
4. iPhoneSimFree Unlocked phones can be updated from any version to 1.1.1 safely without bricking your radio and GSM functions (unlike other unlock methods)
5. iPhoneSimFree does not patch your devices firmware ( unlike other unlocking methods )
6. iPhoneSimFree can FIX all phones that anySim and iUnlock bricked with the 1.1.1 update
7. iPhoneSimFree Unlock is restore and update resistant up to and including 1.1.1

September 28th, 2007:
Q & A For iPhoneSimFree Users and 1.1.1 iPhone Update

Seems there is a bit of confusion about our last post. Here are some of the most common questions, with some corresponding answers.

Q. Why do you say it is unlocked if you can't activate a non AT&T sim?
A. There is a difference between unlocking and activation. Unlocking is related to GSM standards and allowing a sim to be used on different carriers, and activation is something made up by apple to further restrict their users. After upgrading to 1.1.1 the radio of the phone is still unlocked, meaning it can still connect to other carriers, but apple requires the phone be activated to do so.

Q. How do you know it is unlocked if you can't activate?
A. There are several ways to know this. Firstly, the phone does not report "Incorrect SIM". Secondly the IMEI is correct. Thirdly if you bring up the field test, you can see the provider is not AT&T. And finally (and coolest of all), there are ways to actually call out and receive calls from the emergency call screen. If you can get the baseband to crash (we do it by calling some emergency numbers with no sim in place) and then insert the non AT&T sim, it can pick up a signal and calls (non-emergency) can be placed and received from the emergency call screen on the non AT&T carrier.

Q. Why does all this matter, if I can't yet use a non AT&T sim?
A. A few reasons. Firstly the phone can still be used by AT&T users after upgrade. Secondly, if apple has patched the methods used to perform the unlock, as long as an activation method is discovered, the phone will work perfectly on other carriers. With other unlocking solutions, if you were to upgrade the phone it would currently be a brick, and if apple has patched the methods to perform the unlock, it would also stay a brick forever..

September 27th, 2007:
News concerning iPhone 1.1.1 Update

We have successfully completed a test of the 1.1.1 firmware update on IPSF unlocked phones. We are very pleased to report that the phones are still fully unlocked, and if you are using an original activated AT&T sim, you can activate and use the phone with no issues at all. Unfortunately, currently there is no way to jailbreak/reactivate the phone for use with a sim card other than the original AT&T card. Therefore for our customers who have no immediate need to use alternate providers and are still using their AT&T card, you are welcome to update your phone. For the rest please be patient, as the jailbreak issue is something that affects much more than just the unlocking. The thousands of open source developers who have put a cumulative 10s of thousands of man hours into various apps and tools now have no way to get them onto the phone as well. We are all looking into the jailbreak issue as it affects us all, and we will keep updating our site as well as the open source community at large with any information we can about this.

We also tested an AnySim unlocked phone, and after the update it appeared to be relocked. The IMEI was reported as 004999010640000 (see below), and a T-Mobile sim was reported by the phone as an "Incorrect SIM" rather than the new "Different SIM Detected" message.

The 004999010640000 issue (Resellers please take note):

004999010640000 is a special IMEI number reported back by a phone in "lockdown" mode. We have seen this a few times mostly in relation to other unlocking methods. We are currently updating our servers to accommodate new customers wishing to recover their phones from lockdown mode, but it is essential that the REAL IMEI of the phone is passed on to our servers, or else the server will not issue the unlock. The real IMEI can be found engraved on the back of the phone or on the back of its retail box. We will update our site when the Servers have been updated to fix lockdown phones.

September 25th, 2007:
News concerning Future iPhone Update

We have been receiving many enquiries from press and customers, regarding the soon to be released update for the iPhone.

Our official stance to all our customers is please wait until we have had a chance to verify the update before going ahead with updating your SimFree unlocked phones.

It must be made clear at this juncture, that there is a very DISTINCT difference between the method used by iPhoneSimFree and any other product currently available for unlocking your phone.


September 23rd, 2007:
SimFree.app Available via AppTapp Installer!

As part of our promise to continually develop and improve our service to our customers, we are proud to announce that SimFree.app is now easier and faster to install. We would like to thank the makers of App Tapp for their outstanding application.

Here is how to get SimFree.app on to your iPhone by using AppTapp Installer.

1) Download and run AppTapp from http://iphone.nullriver.com/ (both Windows and Mac versions available)
2) Run Installer.app from your iPhone and select to install "Community Sources" from the list
3) Open Mobile Safari from your iPhone and go to http://tinyurl.com/2uj9mc
4) You will get a notice asking you to add the iPhoneSimFree repository to your Installer. Just accept and Installer will open. Click "refresh" and you will now have SimFree.app in the * iPhoneSimFree * on the top in Installer

Thats it!

Installer has a lot of other interesting and productive software available for you to install on your iPhone.

September 10th, 2007:
SimFree.app release v1.5

To our valued customers and end users thereof.

It has been brought to our attention mainly through this article that there was a small bug in our code. This bug has now been resolved we will be forwarding the new simfree.app to all our currently registered resellers. All new resellers will automatically receive the updated version. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Jesus Diaz for discovering this bug and reporting it through his site. As well as apologize to the select few who encountered this problem.

The bug has been confirmed to be related to whether or not the SIM card is pin locked or not, it has now been resolved. OUR SOLUTION IS UNIVERSAL AND PROBLEM FREE

Further to this, we will be updating our simple tutorial, to include the following:


PLEASE ENSURE YOUR PHONE IS FULLY CHARGED AND YOUR "Auto-Lock" SETTING (in Settings/General) is set to NEVER for the duration of the unlock process. You may change it back once the application is finished.

September 10th, 2007:
HD Video of iPhonesimfree retail version in action from start to finish

You´ve read the FAQ; you ´ve read the PDF but now comes the moment to watch in HD glory exactly how our software will unlock any iPhone from start to finish. Sit back, relax and let Engadget´s editor-in-chief Ryan Block guide you through the insanely easy process involved in making your iPhone as free as a bird.

Click here to view the article
Click here to download the video in VGA Resolution

September 10th, 2007:
New style website launched

We just launched our new website, for more clarity, information and support.

September 9th, 2007:

Gizmodo Video Review

Popular independent tech website Gizmodo has made available a video review of an iPhone unlocking with iPhoneSimFree.com:

Click here to view the video from Gizmodo


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