iPhone-dev Team 3G Unlock Update

Jeremy recently reported that the iPhone-dev Team were inching towards an unlock for the iPhone 3G. This time, the iPhone-dev Team checks in through their blog saying that they have made "significant progress" with the 3G Unlock.

The team modified the baseband of the iPhone 3G and even though it failed the integrity check, it was still running. They state that though running modified code is extremely useful, they still can't give an accurate time table to when we will see a 3G Unlock. Click the read link to see a video of the process. And let's hope that the amazing iPhone-dev Team are able to get through.



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iPhone-dev Team 3G Unlock Update


In Australia you just call your carrier and ask them to unlock it. A small fee applies if done within 6months.

Was at the mall yesterday and I saw a kiosk that had a big sign saying "we unlock iPhones." Was with my wife though, so I couldn't go and play.

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hi every boddy, good day , today i downgrade latest firmware 2.2.1 to 2.2 but i could not unlock baseband, so pls if some can do this tel me plz.

I’ve tried using this guide to unlock my iPhone 3G but now I can’t get any signal on T-Mobile, anyone else had this problem or know how to fix?