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  Reply # 167159 25-Sep-2008 20:19
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Turn your password off and see if you can connect, or try connecting to a public network.






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  Reply # 167163 25-Sep-2008 20:31
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djpaubes: ok updated 2g to 2.1 on vista using this link..

http://www.iphone-hacks.com/2008/09/23/how-to-use-quickpwn-21-to-unlock-and-jailbreak-iphone-21-on-windows/

but now I cannot connect to my home wifi.. asks for the pwd and says cant connect. I swear I'm getting the pwd right.


you can always go turn off wa or wep on yr router temp just to see of it connects ok

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 167169 25-Sep-2008 21:11
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My wifi went weird... so I bounced my router and what do ya know it works... in fact I've just realised my laptop is jamming it up from time to time.

But yay 2.1 love it




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  Reply # 167194 25-Sep-2008 22:19
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djpaubes: My wifi went weird... so I bounced my router and what do ya know it works... in fact I've just realised my laptop is jamming it up from time to time.

But yay 2.1 love it


You can change your tag line now from 1.1.3 to 2.1

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  Reply # 167209 25-Sep-2008 23:21
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I gave it a go and managed to do it successfully, thanks all for your help.  I used the instructions on this link for everyone else's information:
http://www.iphone-hacks.com/2008/09/23/how-to-use-quickpwn-21-to-unlock-and-jailbreak-iphone-21-on-windows/

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  Reply # 167269 26-Sep-2008 09:28
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albadry: I gave it a go and managed to do it successfully, thanks all for your help. I used the instructions on this link for everyone else's information:
http://www.iphone-hacks.com/2008/09/23/how-to-use-quickpwn-21-to-unlock-and-jailbreak-iphone-21-on-windows/


No good for me. Reading through the comments it only looks like it works with first gen iPhones. When the hell is the new winpwn coming out?




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Reply # 167273 26-Sep-2008 09:31
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No good for me. Reading through the comments it only looks like it works with first gen iPhones. When the hell is the new winpwn coming out?


Get a Mac! ;)

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  Reply # 167274 26-Sep-2008 09:35
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winpwn is out, but there has never been an unlock for 3g iphones, only a jailbreak.  unlikely there will be an unlock either.  1st gen is full unlock and jailbreak though.

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  Reply # 167275 26-Sep-2008 09:37
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gehenna: winpwn is out, but there has never been an unlock for 3g iphones, only a jailbreak. unlikely there will be an unlock either. 1st gen is full unlock and jailbreak though.


Really, I just went to the winpwn site and they still only support =<2.0.2. If you have a link to winpwn 3 let me know.




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  Reply # 168147 30-Sep-2008 20:59
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Arnt the 3g iphones sold in nz unlocked any way? by unlocked you can use any sim card from any network in them? or is unlocking iphone mean somthing else?

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Reply # 168169 30-Sep-2008 21:45
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event2: Arnt the 3g iphones sold in nz unlocked any way? by unlocked you can use any sim card from any network in them? or is unlocking iphone mean somthing else?


We're talking about jailbreaking, not unlocking. Jailbreaking modifies a section of the firmwares base code that checks if apps are signed or not. So basically, jailbreaking allows you to run a huge amount of unnoficial apps that are not allowed in the app store (emulators, system tweaks, Quake, etc.)




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  Reply # 168197 30-Sep-2008 22:51
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ok i understand that now whats unlocking then?

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