View Poll Results: What is the safest unlocking method?

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  • Ziphone

    75 28.41%
  • iLibertyX

    57 21.59%
  • PwnageTool

    112 42.42%
  • iPlus

    20 7.58%
  1. lileasy's Avatar
    iLibertyX is the best. I used it on 6 iphones already. I did it with my and all my friends
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    2008-04-14 06:55 AM
  2. ronzo's Avatar
    ziphone changes the bootloader permanently. Not reversible, which means if you need to ship your iphone back to Apple for any reason, they'll void the warranty because they can see the hacked bootloader changes. Iliberty is reversible so you can restore back to it's original state.
    2008-04-15 11:10 PM
  3. desepticon's Avatar
    I believe this is now fixable with BootNeuter. I may be wrong though.
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    My brother was eaten by wolves on the NJ Turnpike.
    2008-04-17 02:33 AM
  4. golfpro's Avatar
    I have now successfully unlocked and jailbroke several phones, both 8 GB and 16 GB with ILiberty. It has by far been the best method for me!
    2008-04-17 07:47 PM
  5. DeL_R's Avatar
    ive used iLiberty+ once and i'll never use it again i took a bran new 16 gig iphone out the box used iLiberty+ and it ****** the iphone from the word go the iphone now has a message saying repair needed and invalid sim card and no am not noob ive unlocked and jailbroke hundreds of iphones tried all the nescery steps to recover it and nuffin works i shal stick by ziphone quick and painless
    2008-04-17 08:38 PM
  6. vppnoy's Avatar
    if you are only jailbreaking your iphone with ziphone and not unlocking does it still change the bootloader????
    2008-04-19 02:25 AM
  7. desepticon's Avatar
    no
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    My brother was eaten by wolves on the NJ Turnpike.
    2008-04-19 04:38 AM
  8. dale1v's Avatar
    Seriously now. The bootloader change during unlock isn't what makes it ziphone very dangerous, it's the massive interference with the ramdisk during jailbreaking that carries the risk.
    In my experience:
    People often assume that ZiPhone is safe because they can't see anything wrong with it, and it can seem "fine" for long periods of time. Also it's the common mindset that people have (the quicker it is, the safer), but they are wrong no two ways about it. The more seasoned modders here should remember the first sim unlocks (iUnlock and AnySim). They worked fine, looked all nice and good, but they damaged your phone! Just because you can't see the danger, it doesn't mean it's not there! (you can try to see this for yourself by sitting in a room with Carbon Monoxide for a few hours). But, I say again: It's a matter of fact not opinion that ZiPhone is not the safest.
    Last edited by dale1v; 2008-04-19 at 07:40 AM.
    2008-04-19 07:38 AM
  9. vppnoy's Avatar
    well if i have been using ziphone to jailbreak my iphone. can i still reverse the effects that it made on the iphone if i restore and switch to iliberty? if not how would i reverse the changes that ziphone made?
    2008-04-19 08:23 AM
  10. dale1v's Avatar
    If you just restore, you should be fine
    2008-04-19 08:31 AM
  11. Nettwerk's Avatar
    My vote goes to PwnageTools.Basicly it is safer unlock at the moment.
    But more safer unlock is Unlock (1.1.4) from iClarified.com...Works only with iPhone bootloader 3.9Orig.If we talking about Firmware 1.1.4.
    2008-04-19 10:52 AM
  12. andrew-bell's Avatar
    Can you people not back up your facts. If someone likes something then say why give atleast 2/3 points and make sure you put why you hate the others. Dont be Biased.
    Last edited by andrew-bell; 2008-04-22 at 05:28 PM.
    iphone 1.1.4 Unlocked/Jailbroke/Activated - Ziphone/Bootneuter
    2008-04-22 05:24 PM
  13. dale1v's Avatar
    Who are you referring to?
    2008-04-22 06:02 PM
  14. andrew-bell's Avatar
    Who are you referring to?
    People who just say one tool without the facts.
    iphone 1.1.4 Unlocked/Jailbroke/Activated - Ziphone/Bootneuter
    2008-04-22 06:08 PM
  15. skylab1's Avatar
    My vote goes to the PwnageTools also. I've seen many iPhone get screw up with ziphone unlock include my own iPhone. I fixed with PwnageTool and had fixed many iPhone locally using Pwnage Tools, hasn't failed me yet.

    As for the warranty, if the phone is really screw up to the point of no return, just drain the battery, put in a vaild ATT sim, take it back to the Apple store and play dumb, as long as the iphone still have warranty, you'll get a replacement. Just make sure you don't tell the Mac Genie the iphone is on T-mobile or unlocked and make sure the phone can only boot to recovery mode (showing the cable with iTune logo), or better yet not booting at all, this works every time.
    2008-04-24 02:41 AM
  16. JAG2621's Avatar
    I think you are right it all depends on what ppl have used and what results they had. i live in mobile.
    If anything was usefull a thanks would be great!
    2008-04-29 04:21 PM
  17. Lynn_luvz's Avatar
    iPlus worked best for me on 1.1.4
    PWNAGE worked best for me on 2.0beta
    2008-04-29 07:05 PM
  18. Apple iPie's Avatar
    PAWNAGE is the safest i think.
    dale1v i totaly agree.
    2008-05-01 01:17 PM
  19. hiflyer's Avatar
    My favorite is the pwnage tool. Never any problems after the install.

    Follow up the installation with Cydia
    Last edited by hiflyer; 2008-05-03 at 07:23 PM.
    2008-05-03 07:21 PM
  20. desepticon's Avatar
    Now that I've had the chance to use pwnage, I definitely think its the best.
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    My brother was eaten by wolves on the NJ Turnpike.
    2008-05-27 02:03 AM
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