1. raj78929's Avatar
    Hey I have just jailbroken my I phone using redsnow,
    N I guess its jailbroken as I can see cydia in it,
    But it doesnt load the carrier,
    Its just keeps searching for carrier or end up as no service,
    i have also tried ultrasnow and ultrasnow fixer for 5.1.1 from cydia,
    bt it doesnt work,
    can i jailbreak it again,
    if yes hw can i do it,
    Could you please help
    Its on 05.16.05
    serial no: 88011
    So what can I do to unlock it
    Pls help me
    Thank you
    08-07-2012 05:47 AM
  2. jaymillz11's Avatar
    which iphone r using and on what baseband are currectly on
    08-07-2012 09:50 AM
  3. Chubby boy's Avatar
    Hi,
    Visit Wickedunlock.com.There you can unlock your iPhone through Remote unlocking.They are very cheap and reliable,They provide good customer service,I unlocked my mobile using this site.So I recommend you to view this site for more Details.It will be more Helpful to you.
    aarlene likes this.
    08-11-2012 03:47 AM
  4. yamsie's Avatar
    Is this a 3Gs? You're most likely on the wrong baseband. Most require being flashed with ipad baseband to unlock! If I were you, I'd check to see when the phone was made (you can see that in the serial number). If it's one of the iPhones manufactured recently you CANNOT unlock it by software as you can severely damage the modem chip! I'd highly recommend before you destroy the device to check the serial number, or to consider factory unlocking it instead. This site, which I use regularly, offers it really really cheap: Global Unlock Codes -- Unlock your phone for $1.99!
    08-13-2012 03:40 PM
  5. yamsie's Avatar
    Is this a 3Gs? You're most likely on the wrong baseband. Most require being flashed with ipad baseband to unlock! If I were you, I'd check to see when the phone was made (you can see that in the serial number). If it's one of the iPhones manufactured recently you CANNOT unlock it by software as you can severely damage the modem chip! I'd highly recommend before you destroy the device to check the serial number, or to consider factory unlocking it instead. This site, which I use regularly, offers it really really cheap: globalunlockcodes.com
    08-13-2012 03:43 PM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD