Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Bought an unlocked iphone 1.1.4 6 months ago which worked perfectly fine with my Tmobile SIM card. Friday 7-11 I connected my iphone to Itunes and it prompt me about the new sofware 2.0 been released and needed to update my phone... After downloading the new sofware 2.0 my phone was completely stock on DFU mode; then I found the way how to downgraded back to 1.1.4, everything looked fine but when I insert my SIM card, all I get where the carrier signal bars and logo should show "....." or "No Service"; then I tried going into settings and choose a carrier but that option is gone as well.. Now I have a useless EXPENSIVE phone :( ....
Yesterday, I connected to Wi-Fi and download the Unlock SIM sofware from installer but the problem its not fix
I bought an unlocked iPhone 2G and all was well until I was prompted to download and install iTunes 8. Now, iTunes gives me a message when synced to my phone, "The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported." And my phone is stuck on a screen that has the iTunes logo and a USB connector underneath it with an arrow pointing to the iTunes logo. The Slider bar at the bottom will only allow emergency calls. No other functions work. Is there a way to revert back to the version of iTunes I had before? or a way to correct this?
I recommend you restore your iPhone, if you don't know how, i'll be happy to walk you through it. After that, upgrade to the new firmware. After you have upgraded, unlock it with the newest PWNing software. That should fix your problwm.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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