as you wish here again and I hope that the cute modorator not delet it These are instructions on how to unlock your iPhone using SAM. This method will work with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G on any jailbreakable firmware including 5.x. Step One Jailbreak your iPhone. Step Two Tap to launch Cydia from your SpringBoard. Step Three Press to select Manage from the tabs at the bottom of the screen. Step Four Press the large Sources button. Step Five Press the Edit button at the top right of the screen. Step Six Press the Add button that appears at the top left of the screen. Step Seven Enter http://repo.bingner.com and press the Add Source button. Step Eight Press the large Return to Cydia button. Step Nine Press to select Bingner from the list of Sources. Step Ten Choose SAM from the list of packages. 04-23-2012, 16:04 #5 (permalink) inside-d-saul Step Eleven No Life Poster Press the Install button at the top right of the screen. Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: I donot know what is the best Age: 39 Posts: 569 Member: 581626 Status: Offline Thanks: 152 Thanked 182 Times in 84 Posts Step Twelve Press the Confirm button to begin installation. Step Thir**** Once installation has completed press the large Restart SpringBoard button. Step Four**** Insert your new SIM card and tap to select SAMPrefs from your SpringBoard. Step Fif**** Tap Utilities Step Six**** Press to select De-Activate iPhone. Your ActivationState under "More Information" should now be "Unactivated". If you don't have De-Activate iPhone you can use De- Activate iPhone (clear push). Step Seven**** With SAM enabled, tap Method and choose By Country and Carrier. Step Eigh**** Tap Country and choose the country of your ORIGINAL SIM. Step Nine**** Tap Carrier and choose your ORIGINAL carrier that your iPhone is locked to. Step Twenty For some carriers operating more than one Carrier ID you may need to select SIM ID. If you are unable to activate in Step Twenty Four then you have selected the wrong one. The gsm_yousuf, headszone1 Following 2 Users Say Thank You to inside-d- saul For This Useful Post: 04-23- 2012, #6 (permalink) 16:07 inside-d- saul No Life Poster Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: I donot know what is the best Age: 39 Posts: 569 Member: 581626 Status: Offline Thanks: 152 Thanked 182 Times in 84 Posts Step Twenty One Tap More Information and copy the IMSI under SAM Details to the clipboard. Step Twenty Two Tap Spoof Real SIM to SAM Step Twenty Three Go back to the main SAM screen and paste the IMSI number in your clipboard. Step Twenty Four Connect your iPhone to the computer and let iTunes reactivate your phone. "Double click "Phone Number" parameter at the main device screen and make sure that the ICCID matches that of your SIM card." If not you need to start over from Step Four****." Step Twenty Five Unplug your iPhone from the computer and close iTunes. Step Twenty Six Reopen SAMPrefs from your SpringBoard and disable it using the Enabled switch. Step Twenty Seven Connect your iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes again. You should get an error saying that your phone cannot be activated. This is normal. Just close iTunes and open it again. Step Twenty Eight In a short time you should see signal bars. Congratulations! Step Twenty Nine You should now backup your iPhone unlock ticket in case this method is ever blocked. You can find instructions on how to backup the unlock ticket here. IMPORTANT: If push notifications stop after this process, you can restore then with the Clear Push utility in SAM, followed by connecting to iTunes. Your phone will work normally with your SIM card and that SIM card ONLY since we have tricked iTunes to think that ICCID is one of the intended carrier's. The phone can be rebooted and connected to iTunes freely without losing the "unlock", at least for now. try to follow the instructions like from another forum) Steps to Fix SAM: SIM Card Not Does Not Appear to be Supported Error Navigate to Settings » General » About and look for your MODEL number. In this case, i have iPhone 4 with model number MC608LL and its unlocked using Gevey SIM. iPhone 4 (Model Number) Now you need to do little Googling and find out the official carrier to which your iPhone is locked to. In this case, my iPhone 4 is locked at AT&T (United States) I am assuming that you have already installed SAM on your iPhone. If not then add http://repo.bingner.com repo to Cydia and install SAM on your iPhone. Once installed, navigate to Settings » SAM » Utilities and tap on Revert Lockdown to Stock button. You will see Stockification Success message. If you see Stockification Failure message then it means you have not installed correct version of SAM on your iPhone. Stockification Success Now tap on the SAM button on the top-right and then tap on the Method menu. From the list, choose By Bundle Name option. SAM (Bundle Name) Now again hit the SAM option on the top-right and then tap on the Bundle menu. In this case, i will be choosing ATT_US as my iPhone is locked to AT&T. SAM (Choose Carrier) Similarly navigate to SIM ID menu and choose your SIM ID. If you do not know SIM ID, just choose the first option. SAM (SIM ID) Once your Method, Bundle and SIM ID has been correctly configured, tap on More Information menu. You will see ActivationState as Unactivated. Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac via USB cable and start iTunes. SAM (Unactivated) Now iTunes will generate legitimate activation packets for your iPhone. Make sure your PC or Mac is connected to an active internet connection because iTunes will try to authenticate your info with Apple servers. Once done, you will see your ActivationState as WildcardActivated. SAM (WildcardActivated) Thats it! Now your iPhone is officially activated. This will not only provide you with an improved battery life but will also enable fully working Push Notifications on your iPhone. You can check your Push Notifications using iPusher app. If for some reason, Push Notifications are not working, use this guide to fix them.
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