Saturday, August 30, 2008
[+/-] : Anoucement
The update discontinue this week bacause i was smack down by the Virus fever and stay in hospital for couple day.
Will remain the update for the latest and reliable news for next 2-3 days.Please give me some time to recover back in full form.
Monday, August 25, 2008
New features in Ver.2
# No need to cut your simcard.
# No more dropped signal.
# Full 3g data support
Only solution to unlocking the iPhone 3g so you can use it with any network in any country worldwide.How it work?Just simply place the device in your iphone tray with your simcard on top and slide it into the iphone.
* Works out of the box. 100% tested with Apple iPhone 3G.
* Allows your phone to use 3g data as normal.
* No dropped signal or having to swap sim from phone to phone.
* Works with all networks worldwide including 3.
* No need to cut simcard
* Update, as normal via itunes when new software releases come out without the
need to unlock again.
* Use your iphone as normal, apps store, gps …. all works as normal.
* No warranty void with apple or breach of contract with Service Provider.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Here the step
1.made sure you off your wi-fi.
2.On your 3G
3.Use your iPhone 3G log into TestMyiPhone.com then click start
4.Select 3G in Download Speed Test page.
5.Off your 3G,enable the EDGE to start the download and upload speed
6.Open http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/08/iphone-global.html,fill your detail
When You're done,you will get the result.(Sample image down there)
Good To Go...
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
The release of firmware 2.0.2 is the one of the solution may fix connectivity problems causing dropped calls and unintended switches from 3G to the 2G EDGE network,but....
Some owner who upgrade from 2.0.1 to 2.0.2 who found out the problem still persists and ever more worst than before update.
How your situation there,do you facing this thit problem at all?
Monday, August 18, 2008
The new version is a tool that working on to jailbreak a phone more quickly and easily, without requiring a full restore.With this lite version,it's simple and more convenient.Your phone still be pwned and jailbroken,without make a full IPSW and use iTunes with it.
Currently,only the beta version have release,for Windows only. Other platforms are coming soon.QuickPwn requires your iPhone to be running version 2.0.1 of the iPhone/iPod firmware.
Dev team said:"What you’re getting here is a development version (mostly feature complete) of an upcoming tool that we see as a complement to our current PwnageTool. It’s not ready for everyone just yet, but with a bit of expertise, it should work nicely for those of you adventurous enough to try it."
You can get it here
For more detail you can visit iPhone Dev Team site
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Enjoy..And tell me which one you like?
Friday, August 15, 2008
Again,Any-Network.com , They claimed that is the first company to unlock the iphone 3g.
ANY-NETWORK have just announced that all there unlocking cards now support 3G data access and DO NOT drop the signal like rebelsimcard, yessim and turbosim devices do. ----Will see!
There are pointless that didn’t support 3g access 3G while using a unlock 3G iphone which unlock by rebelsimcard, yessim , turbosim and so on.
Hope the card from Any-Network is the real thing!
* Works out of the box with any phone.
* 100% tested with Apple iPhone 3G.
* Allows your phone to use 3g data as normal.
* No dropped signal or having to swap sim from phone to phone.
* Works with all networks including 3.
* Easy to use & hassle free.
* No warranty void.
* No breach of contract with Service Provider.
they also claim:
* This is the only way you can unlock the iphone 3g and also have 3g data working
* You can not unlock an iphone 3g at all via software solutions.
* They are the only solution which fully unlocks your iphone 3g to use on any network (worldwide) and also use 3g data as normal with no drop of signal or having to swap simcards like you have to with turbosim, yessim or rebelsimcard devices .
Thursday, August 14, 2008
The errors are recorded by telecom companies, and may be considered tampering in a company's network. In countries like Germany, as a result, a person could allegedly face up to three years in prison, and in the US, it may fall under legislation designed to combat terrorism....
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
A Dutch online reseller who promised customers "sim-unlock iPhones 3G has apparently gone missing, leaving coworkers bemused and hundreds of angry consumers a total of €700,000 in the hole.
In Netherlands the iPhone 3G can only be ordered through T-Mobile along with a two year-subscription. The phone is locked, and can't be used with other operators.
The iPhonehelpdesk website just before the launch of the 3G iPhone in early July, promising fully working sim-unlock iphones.
The company said it had secured a small batch of 3G iPhones. It was deluged with orders and many customers paid up to confirm their order. Then reported a serious delay, and angry customers began to demand answers.
After that,phone numbers were then shut down, no reply from mails and the website suddenly disappeared.Customers are fuming over the alleged scam. Some customers say they did get an iPhone, but these were first-generation locked iPhones from the US.
Currently,the Dutch police are investigating the scamer and believed to have fled to Russia, where his girlfriend lives.
Monday, August 11, 2008
PwnageTool 2.0.2 to pwn the iPhone OS 2.0.1,but it’s only for Mac users.The updated WinPwn 184.108.40.206 lets Windows users “pwn” iPhone latest firmware.
- Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes ( Currently 7.7)
- WinPwn uses 300MB of ram at peak due to the ipsw being extracted in memory
- You must first click browse and load an IPSW to use WinPwn
- For 2.0 only the *5A347_Restore.ipsw files are valid. The 345 image will not work
- If you see Failed to load image catalog/payload catalog, this is fine and won't cause problems
- If you already have service with AT&T do not activate or install Youtube Fix
You can Download it now..
The new software offers support for iPod touches, iPhones, and iPhone 3Gs running 1.1.4, 2.0, 2.0.1. It also adds support for Root partition resizing, as well as Installer and support for WinXP and Vista in both 32/64bit.
Lately,miss the train to update the new release of the PwnageTool_2.0.2
Here come for some new features.
*Installer 4 Beta is included-added in any mode by default
*The latest Cydia is also enabled by default
NOTE: DO NOT USE “THE UNARCHIVER” to decompress .tbz files, it’ll corrupt, just use the existing Apple utility called “Archive Utility” that ships with OS X.
Friday, August 8, 2008
According to phone-dev team they will release PwnageTool 2.0.2 which include the awesome Installer 4 (Beta)very soon.Now they still waiting the Installer 4(Beta)
The new version of the Pwnage tool will provide iPhone owners with the ability to jailbreak the latest release of iPhone firmware，it also rendered ineffective previously released tools that were able to effectively jailbreak phones running iPhone OS 2.0.
Now they still waiting the Installer 4(Beta) to quickly test and add a small couple of changes that go alongside Installer.Unfortunately, the new version of Pwnage still does not offer unlock capabilities, but one is (of course) still being actively pursued.
Thursday, August 7, 2008
This little plastic SIM card selling by Brando for $30,much like rival products Super SIM ,Turbo SIM and YESSIM do.-works by tricking the phone into believing it has a legitimate SIM card inside
So, how does it work?You just slide the SIM attachment under your normal SIM card and slot both back into the phone’s SIM tray. After this, the phone’s unlocked.
Believe it or not?Do let me know if it work to you....
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Recently Apple just release the 2.0.1 update,iPhone 3G owners are reporting problems that unable to re-connect to the service following the update, and instead receive a "0xE8000001" error message,especially for users who paid to have their 3G iPhones unlocked by Vodafone.
Seems this problem is popping up in Italy, Sweden, Spain, and other place across the globe.
Some expert who had luck to restore it,but haven't come across a fix yet.So how about you iPhoners out there?
2.0.1 update, Apple, Apple iPhone 3G, software 2.0.1, vodafone
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
iPhone 3G owners who want to run firmware hacks should not upgrade to Apple's v2.0.1 release, the unofficial iPhone Dev Team cautions.
The creators of the PwnageTool note that while the update is officially meant to fix major problems , it also makes baseband update ,you should only carry out this update if you always plan to use the 3G phone with the original carrier, but be warned that there is a baseband update that occurs during this update that could impact the ability to unlock the device. At the least, the update undoes any jailbreaking performed with PwnageTool.
2G iPhones owner are safe, 2G is completely pwned at every conceivable level and you’ll always be OK. ensuring that later versions of PwnageTool should be able to bypass Apple code. The Dev Team reminds people however that despite the current version number of PwnageTool, it is not yet compatible with any v2.0.1 iPhones or iPods....
Monday, August 4, 2008
Still waiting for the software-based unlock for the Iphone 3G?But yet to materialize.
One recognized vendor says it will ship a SIM unlock made of a very thin piece of FPC (0.10mm) with a mounted micro-controller that fits between an an operators SIM card and the phone’s SIM socket.
I was very keen to know it work or not.Here to see what he going to do on unlock.
The SIM unlock will be priced at $35....
To any T-mobile USA customers out there who were getting excited about the the prospects of gaining access to the iPhone, hold on!Maybe by 2010.
When the original iPhone was launched last year, AT&T was given exclusive rights through 2009; the deal has reportedly now been extended through 2010. AT&T’s chairman and CEO, Randall Stephenson, declined to comment to the newspaper.
When the new iPhone was introduced, AT&T and Apple reached a deal in which the carrier would pay the manufacturer $300 per device -according to analysts- so that the retail cost would remain low.
USA Today's Leslie Cauley:-
Stephenson, who became AT&T's (T) chairman and CEO a year ago, championed the idea of paying Apple (AAPL) about $300 per device, analysts estimate, to help hold down the retail cost. The subsidy, which replaces another arrangement that gave Apple a portion of iPhone service revenue, will dilute earnings through 2009, AT&T says.
On the plus side for consumers, the iPhone is now extremely affordable. At $199, the 3G iPhone costs about the same as a high-end cellphone. AT&T says it plans to offer an unsubsidized iPhone later. Cost: $599 to $699, depending on memory, putting it well beyond the reach of average wireless users.
It remains to be seen if AT&T's gamble will pay off. One thing is clear: Thanks to the iPhone, the smartphone game has changed dramatically. And so have consumer perceptions of the mobile Web, a netherworld that seemed downright hostile before the iPhone showed up....
Sunday, August 3, 2008
The iPhone 3G supports the third generation of mobile phone standards (UMTS/HSDPA) and GPS navigation. Matthias Kremp, of the news website Spiegel Online, says users will see the biggest benefit in the iPhone's internet access speed.
"A HSDPA mobile from another manufacturer needs a lot longer to download the same page."
Kremp attributes the phone's speed to its Safari browser and its quick start-up speed. The phone outperforms its peers in GPS mapping. It does not rely on GPS input when determining a location, but also measures proximity to nearby mobile telephone masts and surrounding wireless LAN networks.
Nonetheless, because of some software shortfalls, the iPhone is not ready to function as a full-fledged navigator. The phone's Google Maps application can pinpoint its location and give basic directions. But a special program will be needed before it can be used as a real-time navigator.
Prior to iPhone's release, a company specializing in navigation software called TomTomannounced that it would release such software. However, it has yet to be decided whether Apple will license the software for the iPhone.
Apple does offer applications from third parties on its "App Store," accessible on the iPhone via the iTunes application. The store started off with 560 programs, 200 of which were games. Offers included an AOL chat provider, an eBay program and several productivity applications. About 140 are free. Most of the others cost less than 10 euros (16 dollars).
Along with the UMTS and GPS hardware, the iPhone also updated Version 2.0 of its software. First generation iPhone users can download the system free of charge. IPod Touch users can download it for a fee of 8 euros.
Business people may find some of the system's features appealing. Apple has licensed Microsoft's "Active Sync" software so the iPhone can access Microsoft's ubiquitous exchange server. "It's child's play to set up and the offers are pretty solid," commented Michael Spehr of the daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
The jury is still out on the iPhone's touch screen keyboard. Spehr said he found the virtual keyboard "cumbersome and an acquired taste," noting that he preferred the Blackberry's physical keyboard. Others said they found that the iPhone's virtual keyboard meets user's needs and, after a while, becomes easier to use than the Blackberry.
Reviewers were critical of the iPhone's battery life. Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal said he found it difficult to make the battery charge last an entire business day. He only managed to control the iPhone's power consumption after discovering its energy saving function. Mossberg and Edward Baig of USA Today recommend swithching off the iPhone's 3G functions when not in use.
Most testers said they would either want a longer battery life or a back-up battery. Some also called for a more integrated camera with video functionality. Fees levied by T-Mobile in Germany have been criticized as too costly. Even though the sale price has dropped significantly, a lifetime of T-Mobile fees could add up quickly, they note.
Friday, August 1, 2008
Some users are finding more to like with the first-generation model of the smart phone.
How much is that old iPhone in your pocket worth? Enough, it turns out, to swap it straight across for the just-launched, shiny, twice-as-fast 3G model -- if not more.
Unlike most used gadgets, which plummet in value as soon as they're powered up, year-old iPhone 1.0s are still fetching big bucks. To understand why, get a load of how others are cashing in on last summer's technology.
"I just got the new 3G iPhone, so I'm selling my old one," said a seller wanting $350 for a slightly scratched 8-gigabyte first-generation iPhone listed for sale on Craigslist this week.
Wait. A new iPhone 3G can be had for $200.
Why pay more for an old one? Nutso, right?
Actually, that's how many secondhand buyers describe exclusive-carrier AT&T's costlier service plan for the 3G. Do the math, and you'll realize it costs $360 more over two years than the plan offered to iPhone 1.0 users. So, the actual cost of a new iPhone starts at $560.
Among resellers, the money generally isn't as good on Craigslist, but it's a quick, clean flip. Dealmakers range from national gadget fix-it shop RapidRepair in Kalamazoo, Mich., to entrepreneur Slava Franchuk of Clackamas, Ore.
Their philosophy: AT&Who?
The 21-year-old Franchuk, a Portland State University student, offers up to $300 for a functional 1.0 iPhone. He then "jailbreaks" it from AT&T to work with other wireless carriers. (Hackers haven't figured out how to unlock the 3G yet.)
In a week, Franchuk says he can resell five phones for a $50 profit on each.
"A lot of people want an iPhone," he said, "but they don't want to leave T-Mobile."
On eBay, the going rate is $375 to $600.
Selling there? Here's a tip: Offer international shipping. There's crazy demand in China, Russia and other countries where people can't get the gadget from their carriers. Of course, to get top dollar, you have to figure out how to unyoke the iPhone from AT&T on your own.
"I was in China in April," said Josh Bancroft, the supergeek behind TinyScreenfuls.com. "Although it's not officially available there, the iPhone was everywhere -- just like the U.S."
Bancroft can't recall another gadget that has ever commanded as much in the secondhand market.
Of course, the used iPhone market is bound to crash. Apple, Bancroft notes, is on the verge of shipping the iPhone 3G to 72 countries. So, sell those old ones while they're hot.
Gather all neccesary tools and place your iPhone 3G on a clean flat surface, use a soft cloth or towel to place under it. Insert a small thin tool between the chrome ring and front panel glass directly above one of the screw holes. You will need to exert a small amount of pressure to seperate the display from the back panel. Step 4 Lift the panel up from the dock end being careful not to tear or break any ribbons connected near the other end. Unplug ribbons 1 and 2 by lifting them from the main board. Under ribbon 2 you will need to find and unclip ribbon 3, then carefully remove the display assembly. Remove the seven screws circled in red. Note: One screw is located under the DO NOT REMOVE sticker Step 8 Llift the mother board out taking note of the camera which is still connected to the underside of the board. You will need to unplug the ribbon circled in red. Place the mother board to the side. Use the attached tab to pull up on the battery, there is a mild adhesive on the back side, so it will take a bit of force. Step 11 Remove the headphone jack and attached flex cable. Step 15 Remove the 2 screws circled in red. You will find 3 screws on the opposite side which must be removed as well. Lift the LCD free from the front panel glass. Step 20 - Finished Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G. Under the Hood - Apple iPhone 3G exposed! Top Main Board Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G labeled and noted precisely. Thanks to Semiconductor Insights Bottom Main Board Pictured are chips responsible for Bluetooth, and Flash memory on board.
Take a look at the iPhone 3G in all its shiny glory!
Holding your device on end you will notice two small screws on either side of the dock. These screws must be removed in order to open the case.
Unplug ribbon 4.
Step 18 - Back to the Front Half
Apple, Apple iPhone 3G, Tips, Tricks
Insert a small thin tool between the chrome ring and front panel glass directly above one of the screw holes. You will need to exert a small amount of pressure to seperate the display from the back panel.
Lift the panel up from the dock end being careful not to tear or break any ribbons connected near the other end.Step 5
Unplug ribbons 1 and 2 by lifting them from the main board. Under ribbon 2 you will need to find and unclip ribbon 3, then carefully remove the display assembly.Step 6
Remove the seven screws circled in red. Note: One screw is located under the DO NOT REMOVE sticker
Llift the mother board out taking note of the camera which is still connected to the underside of the board. You will need to unplug the ribbon circled in red.Step 9
Place the mother board to the side.Step 10
Use the attached tab to pull up on the battery, there is a mild adhesive on the back side, so it will take a bit of force.
Step 11Remove the screw circled in red
Remove the headphone jack and attached flex cable.
Step 15Remove the speaker assembly which also contains the dock connector, antennae and home button as well
Remove the 2 screws circled in red. You will find 3 screws on the opposite side which must be removed as well.
Lift the LCD free from the front panel glass.
Step 20 - Finished
Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G.
Under the Hood - Apple iPhone 3G exposed!
Top Main Board
Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G labeled and noted precisely. Thanks to Semiconductor Insights
Bottom Main Board
Pictured are chips responsible for Bluetooth, and Flash memory on board.