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Ive lost the program installer on the main srceen of my iphone and don't no how to get it back could u please help

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How did you lose it?? did you sync with itunes??? you will need to unlock the phone again with either one of the following programs!

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ZiPhone

I suggest ZiPhone its pretty straight forward and works great!

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

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