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# 15163 7-Aug-2007 19:41
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http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=2215

Anyone knows where to buy SilverCard in new zealand?

[Moderator edit (MF): Moved to Mac OS forum]


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# 81521 8-Aug-2007 00:30
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I retreived this device today from the rubble. I need to play around with it more.

Todays attempts to get my KI string and get CSD data enabled proved futile with this crappy new system Vodafone run.

I have goldcards on hand but no silver wafers. drat.


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  # 81522 8-Aug-2007 00:35
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It has been mentioned that Racyaj may sell these Silver Cards.

However, if you do not know where to get them from, then actually going ahead and unlocking the Iphone may be beyond your expertise?

 
 
 
 


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  # 81527 8-Aug-2007 01:16
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"racyaj" lol.
I found just before i crawled into bed a silver card jig so i now have the full kit. have a play tomorrow night.. Might rip the o2 sim and have a go at the csl sim while i'm on it. The vodafone nz cards failed last time i tried.

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  # 81528 8-Aug-2007 01:23
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ping me if you're in akl and want iPhones to play with (or to add to your device list) and think you could get this running.

(ps. couldn't comment on your blog paradoxsm but stumbled upon this listing/photos of cellsites the other day)





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  # 83741 25-Aug-2007 09:30
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I am no mac/apple fan (edit MAC to mac)

But these phones are very nice!! Now they can be software unlocked easy I might think about making a purchase!!

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  # 83909 27-Aug-2007 00:52
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Okay, so this is unashamedly a remark of an Apple fanboy and admittedly a touch OT, but dude, it's simply "Mac", not "MAC". It's not an acronym.




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