First, I tried to reset network settings on iPhone. Go to Settings -> General -> Network -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings. This worked for temporary only, then greyed WiFI appears again.
Because there’s still no Wi-Fi Address, then I continued to Step Two. Continue reading
If you found this problem, just simply connect the iPhone to iTunes to start activation. But you should have official SIM card that come along with the iPhone. When you connect the iPhone to iTunes with unofficial SIM card inside, iTunes will say: “The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported.”.
TO solve this problem, you need an official SIM card to activate your iPhone. If you don have one, you should jailbreak to activate your iphone.
This will not work if you iPhone is not Jailbroken. You must have SSH already installed.
Before you begin, make sure your iPhone is connected with your 30pin USB to your computer(Computer must have connection to internet),
and that SSH is turned on, and make sure EDGE is turned on. Continue reading
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On iOS 3 or older, I used APN disabler to turn off cellular data. While on iOS 4 lets you turn off the Cellular Data connection on your iPhone without installing APN disabler.
You can adjust this setting from Settings > General > Network: Continue reading
Note: This tutorial works only for iPhone 3G.
Did you upgrade to iOS 4.2 and found out that your baseband is on version 5.15.04? Currently, there is no software unlock available.
Fuzzyband version 4.1 is out on Cydia. It will downgrade baseband version 5.15.04 to 5.13.04 for Ultrasn0w.
However, this only works for iPhone 3G with bootloader version 5.08.
How to downgrade your baseband from 5.15.04 to 5.13.04: Continue reading
For those who don’t know what’s this for.. Apple has added a new security system called ECID. The Exclusive Chip ID or ECID, is an identifier unique to every unit. ECID looks like this: 00000XXXXXXXXXXX (hex). Please be aware that some tools display the ECID in decimal format. iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3G, iPod Touch 2G MC and almost every upcoming iDevice is affected by this security. Continue reading