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Remove the black part of the iPhone, the three screws, and the aluminum case. Disconnect the wire connecting the iPhone to the case. Also remove the metal cover over the comm. board of the iPhone. This is all the disassembly you have to do. If you feel like being safe, desolder the battery red lead of the iPhone.

The red line is covering the A17 trace. In order to trick the chip into thinking the flash is erased in the correct section, you will need to pull this high of the iPhone. Scrape away at the trace with something like a multimeter probe. Then solder a very thin wire to it. Be very careful. Only scrape away at that solder mask above that one trace. This is the hardest step in the whole process; the rest is cake in the full process to unlock apple iPhone. Also solder a wire to the 1.8v line. Connect to wire coming from the trace and the wire coming from the 1.8v to your unlock switch. Be careful, you only get one chance to do this right.

Time to test what you just soldered in the iPhone. First use the continuity check on a multimeter to make sure the wires aren’t shorting to ground or to each other. Make sure your switch is in the off position of the iPhone. Power up your iPhone. Hopefully it didn’t smoke, Now go into minicom to tty.baseband and send a few commands, AT a few times will do. It should respond OK. Nowflip your switch, the base band should stop responding. Even when you flip it back, the base band still shouldn’t respond. Be sure your switch is off, then open another Ssh and run “bbupdater -v” You can get bbupdater off the ramdisk. This should reset the base band, and minicom should start working again. If it did this, your soldering is most likely good, and you are ready to actually start unlocking your iPhone!!!

If it passed the checks in step 4, congratulate yourself. You are a pro soldered. Go eat lunch. If not, don’t worry yet. I must’ve thought I bricked my iPhone 100 times. First of all, to power up your iPhone you don’t need to reconnect the case with the power button. Just connect it with USB, it’ll power itself up. Secondly, don’t waste time compiling minicom.

This tool uploads a small program, “testcode.bb”, to the base band using the boot rom exploit. This program needs to be in neither a dir with “norâ€�, the file you obtained. You need to have the switch on when running this program. This will download and run the code in “testcode.bb” Then the program will stop and ask to turn off the switch of the iPhone. Do so. You type any character then hit enter. The nor download starts right away. When the counter reaches 0×2E4000, it is done. Run “bbupdater -v”. Hopefully it will return the xgendata. If is does, the nor upload was successful.

If you already used up your attempt counter, the iPhone should already be unlocked. If not just run ‘AT+CLCK=”PN”, 0,”00000000″. That will unlock the iPhone for sure. Run ‘AT+CLCK=”PN”, 2. It should finally return 0!!!Your iPhone is now unlocked. Exit minicom and copy the CommCenter plist back to its place. Reboot. IAsign. And enjoy your unlocked iPhone.

Worlds Smallest Radio - Ear Piece (AM/FM)


Now you can get the Worlds smallest AM/FM Ear Piece for just a couple of dollars. You can get the latest am news, movie, sport or leisure program and use it while walking, running, driving, watching or simply relaxing. The weight of the Ear Piece is just 10 grams which includes the batteries and has no external wires nor any Aeriel or clips comes with a small soft cushion which will stay inside the ear.

The Battery cover can be easily opened with a paper clip and the radio is totally powered with the battery, which gives you a long last full clarity radio experience. Normally the working life of the battery is 48 hours without charging it and can last for weeks if its used frequently.

The market price of this product ranges from 4$ to 8$ depending on the sellers.

Gmail Tasks for iPhone, mobile Post-it notes


Google has conducted some interesting research relating to post-it notes and paper scribbles. Their studies found that despite having quad-core PCs and 30″ monitors, many people still preferred pen and paper for note taking. The reasons offered were easy editing, works offline, mobile and instant boot up. Google examined these needs and has created an iPhone application called Gmail Tasks.

Google prepared this YouTube video which explains how it works:

The iPhone can now be used to add new tasks, update old tasks, manage lists, and even brings Gmail Tasks to the iPhone’s home screen with just a few clicks. Updates are automatically synched, all compliments of Google Gmail.

Visit gmail.com/tasks, and also check out a gadget version of Tasks.

Intel® Desktop Board DG35EC gives you the New Level of performance


The Intel Desktop Board DG35EC Classic Series has been optimized to deliver new levels of performance and reliability for home and business users.

The Intel Desktop Board DG35EC has built-in microATX form factor supporting a range of processors including the Intel® Core™2 Duo processor, Intel® Core™2 Quad processor, Intel® Pentium® processor, Intel® Celeron® processor and Celeron® processor 400 series (up to 95W TDP). This board can support up to 8GB of dual channel DDR2 800/667 SDRAM memory. It also offers Intel® HD Video experience, Intel® High Definition Audio with support for 5.1 surround sound, integrated 10/100/1000 Network connection and ample USB connectors for all your computer peripherals. This Intel desktop board also offers IEEE 1394a, a new feature that contributes to a great digital entertainment experience.

The Intel Desktop Board DG35EC is Microsoft Windows Vista* Premium ready. The Intel® 3 Series Chipset fully supports the visually stunning Microsoft Windows Aero* user interface with amazing transition effects and realistic animations.

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