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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

How to unlock iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS with SAM [iOS 5, 5.0.1, 5.1]

SAM - Subscriber Artificial Module - is a tool that just came out for iOS, and allows us to release any iPhone. Provided, have said iPhone with Jailbreak. What makes SAM, is to convince the iPhone that you are connecting to the activation server original, allowing us to use the phone and have a SIM that is not the original company.
That if it should be emphasized that it is necessary to have the phone and running and initially activated. And as always, with all these issues jailbreak, is something you have to take your own risk, as always problems and errors can occur at any time.
As always, nothing like a factory unlocked phone, but here is an interesting option to free ourselves. As always, make sure you have a SIM card restore everything to original factory settings, if an error occurs.

How to Unlock the iPhone 5?

 The first thing we need to do is launch Cydia on your phone. To do this, we need to jailbreak. To Jailbreak (currently available in iOS 5.0.1), follow this tutorial: Jailbreak iPhone 4S / iPad 2 untethered on iOS 5.0.1 if you have an iPhone 4S or iPad 2, or this tutorial: Untethered Jailbreak with Redsn0w , if you have an iPhone 4, 3GS, or iPad 1
Once jailbroken, Cydia enter. Here, we will Manage, then Sources.

In Sources, Tap on "Edit" and then Add. Here write "". Tap on Add Source

 In Sources, select "Bingner", and within the tools, find a SAM. I installed:

Once installed, tap on "Restart Springboard". Now insert the new SIM to the phone after you have rebooted, and Tap in SAMPrefs. Here, go to Utilities, and select "De-Activate iPhone".

 Once done, go back to the main screen of SAM, and then tap on Method, select "By Country and Carrier". Here we choose the Country and Operator / Carrier's original SIM, with which the iPhone is locked. For some carriers, you probably should also select SIM ID. If you later fail activation, may need to select a different SIM ID

 Now tap on "More Information", and copy the IMSI on the iPhone Details Sam.

 On the same screen, select "Spoof Royal SIM to SAM".

 Return to the home page of SAM, and paste the copied IMSI that a while ago. Once done, connect the iPhone to iTunes and let iTunes try to revive our phone:

 If iTunes fails, make sure you have selected the proper SIM ID. Also, check that the parameter ICCID under "Phone Number" is the same as the new SIM Card. Otherwise, change the SIM and test ID to another. Once done, reopen lack SAMPrefs and disable by changing the Enabled switch.

Now, reconnect the phone (with Samprefs to Disabled) to iTunes. They should receive an activation error, which is normal. Just close iTunes and open vuelvanlo. at times, you will see that the signal bars appear new entrant!

The phone then can be connected to iTunes and restarted without problems, because iTunes still thinks the original SIM (for that whole process SamPrefs). At least, for now. It's a good idea to make a backup unlock the ticket, they can do from here

Note: If all these fails and you failed to unlock, We will apparently have a hardware solution soon : the Gevey Ultra 5.1 for iPhone 4 is coming out.

Please Note that I'm not responsible for any damage you incur because you did not follow instructions to the latter.

Did the Instructions above help you unlock your iPhone?