iphone-dev team 3G soft unlock coming soon

The iphone-dev team has officially stated “all that remains is implementation“. They’ve developed all the pieces they need to perform a software unlock for the iPhone 3G, now it’s just a matter of putting them together in user friendly fashion. They’ve managed to run unsigned code on the baseband, developed custom AT tools, and are now showing injection of a background task. They will combine all of these techniques to override the carrier lock baseband code. As usual, they warn against performing any official firmware updates to the phone.


  1. jerry says:

    i must have that song

  2. roy says:

    what song is that

  3. roy says:

    give us that song

  4. Paul says:
  5. The Boomtown Rats – I Don’t Like Mondays

    It flashes it at the end. Combined with the first line it will go ahead and reveal the name of the song.

  6. ccb621 says:

    “I Don’t Like Mondays” by The Boomtown Rats

  7. Youtube goodness!

    Thats the song in the video.

  8. John Nox says:

    I think the best buy Iphone 3g 16 gb. and install it on his software version 2.2. Its
    large touch screen and very comfortable realized sensory management. I bought a Iphone and happy!)

  9. wtf says:

    @john nox

    Wtf? Waste of brainpower…

  10. Sanga says:

    help me update2.3 my iphone cannot active How to unlock

  11. Joetta Bibiano says:

    ATT has a 3.5G network. They use HSPA+ which is a pretty fast 3G network in it’s own right. The problem is that the mass amount of iPhones causes a bog down on the network. That is why they are reworking the data plans. As for the EVO, Sprint only has about 6 4G network. So you might be stuck paying a 10 premium above whatever data package you get. They each have their strong fronts, as iOS4 (iPhone’s new opperating system) is bringing a lot of new things to the mix. The EVO on the other hand, is already a beast in how fast it is. The update to Android 2.1 called Froyo (2.2) is also on the way. Once that comes out, it will boost Android speeds up to 450%. It will be good to compare them at that point, not when things are stacked in one favor. It comes down to what the consumer wants. I prefer Android, but to each their own.

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