State Of iPhone 4 Baseband 4.11.08 Unlock, R-SIM 4th Generation
Almost two weeks ago folks over Each Supplier reported that developers behind R-SIM are working on a new version of hardware unlocking solution which will unlock iPhone 4′s baseband 4.11.08. Developers of R-SIM are no doubt very active because they were the first one to release almost every iPhone 4S unlocking solution. Each Supplier are their official retailer so it’s pretty clear that they have some solid insight. The company initially promised that they will provide an unlocking solution for 4.11.08 but it seems like they’re facing some issues.
Here’s an update which Each Supplier posted on their website:
UPDATE April 5th
Apparently it is not easy to unlock iphone 4 baseband 4.11.08, but at this time we have at least 50% to unlock the iphone 4, so we still need 1 week more or less to improve the program, and please stop sending email to us, just add our facebook page or twitter or keep an eye on our site, we will update the info once it is available,
Also it is not a April joker.
The company is claiming again and again that it’s not an April Fool’s joke or a scam. The credibility of the team is at stake so it’s highly unlikely that they’re pulling a stunt here. 4.11.08 is not an easy cookie and by this time almost all of you are aware of this one fact. Many developer came an tried their luck and as far as I know Sherif Hashim is still “working” on it and Gevey is also busy trying their luck.
Here’s the thing about hardware unlocks, they’re all the same. Yes, they work on the same exploit so it doesn’t matter who is stuck where. But where are they stuck? I know it gets really frustrating when you’re not aware of the actual status of an unlock but like any other product hardware unlock manufacturers also try to keep secrets. Here’s some insight about this unlock, last time I checked(not long ago), an iPhone 4 with 4.11.08 baseband was unlocked with an interposer SIM which is under manufacturing process (R-SIM) but the problem is stability. iPhone 4 on baseband 4.11.08 gets unlocked but it drops signal frequently. Both Gevey and R-SIM developers are trying to solve this ONE problem. And as I mentioned before there’s no difference between Gevey and R-SIM, the price difference between Gevey Products and other interposer SIMs is because of the hardware used to manufacture those SIMs.
If they manage to solve this issue which they say they will then we can expect it in a week.
Let’s wait another week!
We will keep you updated on this, stay tuned!