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November 27, 2011

jailbroken iphone 4 + ios 5.0.1 + gevey ultra sim hw unlock + preserved baseband (ios 4.0 and before) INSTRUCTIONS

Filed under: Uncategorized — heredago @ 17:46

FerTouchStyle… I also have iPhone 4 with BB 4.10.01 and able to unlock with Gevey Ultra in iOS 5.0.1. After upgrading to iOS 5.0.1 with a Sn0wbreeze preserved baseband custom firmware (no tethered jailbreak). Here are the step that I unlock with Gevey Ultra:
Note: The important thing is that Cellular Data and Data Roaming MUST be ON. Sometimes, after a power + home reboot or power + red slider reboot, Data Roaming is turned off by default. It must be turned on before attempting the step below.

1. Power + home reboot
2. Wait for Gevey welcome screen (if it doesn’t pop up, go to Setting->Phone->SIM Application then click on English)
3. Click Accept on the Gevey welcome message
4. Wait for No Service then count 4 seconds
5. Dial 112 then end call after two seconds
6. Turn ON airplane mode
7. Wait for “No SIM Installed” message then click on OK (around 30-90 seconds)
8. Turn OFF airplane mode
9. Two messages will popup, click OK on the last one
10. Cellular service will come on after a couple of minutes

FerTouchStyle… I also have iPhone 4 with BB 4.10.01 and able to unlock with Gevey Ultra in iOS 5.0.1. After upgrading to iOS 5.0.1 with a Sn0wbreeze preserved baseband custom firmware (no tethered jailbreak). Here are the step that I unlock with Gevey Ultra:
Note: The important thing is that Cellular Data and Data Roaming MUST be ON. Sometimes, after a power + home reboot or power + red slider reboot, Data Roaming is turned off by default. It must be turned on before attempting the step below.

1. Power + home reboot
2. Wait for Gevey welcome screen (if it doesn’t pop up, go to Setting->Phone->SIM Application then click on English)
3. Click Accept on the Gevey welcome message
4. Wait for No Service then count 4 seconds
5. Dial 112 then end call after two seconds
6. Turn ON airplane mode
7. Wait for “No SIM Installed” message then click on OK (around 30-90 seconds)
8. Turn OFF airplane mode
9. Two messages will popup, click OK on the last one
10. Cellular service will come on after a couple of minutes

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5 Comments »

  1. After upgrading to iOS 5.0.1 with a Sn0wbreeze preserved baseband custom firmware and I used Redsnow to jailbreak it ! I also have iPhone 4 with BB 4.10.01 but I can’t use Gevey sim to unlock my phone ! I did all the instructions above but still no signal !

    Comment by Anonymous — December 3, 2011 @ 03:12

  2. same same around here, I don’t see the sim application in the settings

    Comment by Anonymous — December 8, 2011 @ 17:01

    • Try this – Reboot phone – go to Settings – eject SIM – reinsert SIM – Switch Phone into airplane mode and out quickly TWICE – wait for the Gevey Ultra message and then follow the instructions. Works for me every time…

      Comment by Essbee — December 28, 2011 @ 15:37

  3. 1. boot phone without gevey sim inserted
    2. after phone is booted slide to unlock your screen and insert gevey sim
    3. wait until gevey accept message pops up and hit accept
    4. wait 20 seconds and dial 112 for 2 seconds and then hang up
    5. go into settings and turn airplane mode until it says no sim card inserted then turn it off
    6. wait for t-mobile signal

    NOTE; this might take a few tries, it did for me so just giving you a heads up

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