So what is evasi0n??
Evasi0n is an Jailbreak for all iPhones, iPad’s, iPod Touch’s, iPad Mini’s and iPhones running iOS 6.0 and above)
It is not know 100% yet when it will be released but it is estimated it will be released within the next 24 Hours. Evasi0n will be available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It it NOT a Carrier unlock.
They suggest you Make sure you have backed up your iPhone via iTunes/iCloud and disable your lock code before you use evasi0n.
Evasi0n will be available from http://www.evasi0n.com and I hope to have a mirror of the software here as well.
iOS 6.1 was released today and nothing has changed in regards to settings APNs on the iPhone. Things still work just as they did with all other versions.
The ability to set MMS Settings in any automated way _still_ has not been incorporated in to iOS yet which was a feature a lot of people wished was in it.
As I want more accurate APN settings for every carrier in the world (The list of settings is pretty big now) I need *YOUR* help :-).
I have around 900 Carriers (and there are a lot more) around the world but quite a number of them have some settings missing and I want to get the correct settings.
The best people to get correct information from is the people actually in the country the carriers are in ,or even better – straight from the carriers themselves.
So if you want to help look up your carrier from http://www.unlockit.co.nz/mobilesettings . If the settings look incorrect or not there, find the setting (Ask the mobile carrier or look up on the net if you can find it) and email me (email@example.com) and I can update the list.
A Template on what I need is at http://www.unlockit.co.nz/mobilesettings/settings.php .
Please like the page with the settings on it and share with everyone on the net 🙂
I have included both settings now for Net10.
They are Net10 (T-Mobile) and Net10 (AT&T). Depending on which sim/phone you have you have to select one or the other.
I have been emailed this from a Kogan Mobile User on how to enable iMessage/Facetime. This is needed (at the moment) as the default SMSC will not allow the iMessage activation message to go thru on the iPhone.
1. Disable iMessage under Settings/Messages
2. Dial *#5005*7672# and make a note of what the SMSC is set to at the moment
3. Dial **5005*7672*+61418706700# to set Telstra’s SMSC
4. Dial *#5005*7672# to make sure it changed.
5. Enable iMessage under Settings/Messages
6. Dial **5005*7672*thenumberyouwrotedowninstep2# (or you won’t be able to send)
6. Reboot phone (If needed)
A new carrier has arrived in Australia just recently. They are known as Kogan Mobile (http:// http://www.koganmobile.com.au) . They are a MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) via Telstra thus the iPhone just sets the Telstra Mobile Settings when you use one of their sims (which are incorrect for Kogan Mobile).
I have added a Profile to Enable Data but MMS Settings are not possible to set.
It also seems that the iMessage/Facetime activation number does not work via Kogan Mobile so it is not possible to activate FaceTime/iMessage.
Update: I have been told (it may not work with all iPhones/versions of software) you can dial ” *5005*86*141# ” and this will allow the voice mail button to work (if you have voicemail enabled). This makes the iPhone dial 141 for voicemail instead of the default 101 which Telstra use.
For those who are brave enough to cut your SIM Card to make them fit in your iPhone 5 here are some simple instructions and diagrams. (Or even cutting your Mini Sim to Fit into your iPhone4/4S.
Download, Print out and make sure what you have printed matches up with the correct dimensions at the bottom of the PDF.
I take no responsibility for cutting your SIM incorrectly or killing your SIM or even if the diagrams are correct.
You view the instructions/diagrams at http://www.airportal.de/nanosim
The below information has been sent in by a number of people in different versions so please let me know if there are anything I have missed/said wrong. I am not in the USA, don’t have an AT&T iPhone and don’t have a Straighttalk sim for testing any of this.
Please let me know if any changes have to be made to the instructions or any alternative instructions which you know work. What Type of iPhone you have might help as well (3GS,4,4S or 5) as these might only work with a certain model of iPhone.
This is similar to the old Sim Swap method some people used to use in iOS 5.1.1. Make sure you have the unlockit.co.nz Straighttalk profile installed first ( Go to http://www.unlockit.co.nz from your iPhone and follow your Nose) as this is the only way to set the Data Proxy needed (or some websites won’t work I have been told)
1. Close all opened apps
2. Place T-Mobile sim in iPhone
3. Open Settings, General, Cellular, Data Network
4. When Data Network Appears ( the screen will move back to Cellular)
5. Swap T-Mobile Sim to Straight Talk Sim
6. Wait for the “NO SIM” splash to disappear
7. Press Cellular again and Data Network should still be there.
8. Go to Settings and make sure the information below is entered.
MMS Proxy: 184.108.40.206:80
MMS Max Size: 1048576
MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
9. Press Cellular to Exit.
10. A restart of the iPhone may be needed. ( Hold down Top Button, slide to Power off and then start again with Top Button)
A short and simple question and answer..
Will http://www.unlockit.co.nz work with iOS 6?
Yes, definitely it will work.
So I don’t have to answer the same thing to all the people who have asked…
Will www.unlockit.co.nz work with an iPhone 5?
The Answer is:
How can I get MMS Working..?
Since I posted that the SIM Swap Method doesn’t work on an iOS6 I’ve had a number of emails saying it does work but with a couple of changes in the way you do it.
If anyone can supply a Working way please let me know and I’ll put a post about it..