We are on an unlocking roll today, posting about unlocking iPhone information one after another. To continue this we are now posting about another information relating to the unlock by AT&T, this time it is relating to those users who are eligible to unlock their iPhone.
AT&T announced some days ago that they are changing their unlocking policy regarding iPhone’s, and on Sunday they began unlocking iPhone’s as promised.
When you are asked to unlock iPhone, one thing that you are required to do is restore your iPhone. You might already know that restoring iPhone leads to two changes and those are baseband upgrade and losing untethered jailbreak. Baseband upgrade won’t be a problem but losing untethered jailbreak might be. So folks here is how to unlock iPhone without losing untethered jailbreak
Unlock iPhone Without Losing Untethered Jailbreak
Musclenerd of the iPhone dev team tweeted mentioning that there is a way to unlock your AT&T iPhone without losing untethered jailbreak.
For everyone enjoying new AT&T policy: use redsn0w’s “Deactivate” option on “Jailbreak” screen to avoid restoring and losing jailbreak
Follow the step by step guide for unlocking iPhone without losing untethered jailbreak.
STEP 1: Download redsnow 0.9.10b6.
STEP 2: Launch redsnow 0.9.10b6 and click on “jailbreak”.
STEP 3: Now you will be required to put your iPhone 4/3GS in to DFU mood. Simply follow the on screen instructions to do that.
STEP 4: Once your device build is detected, you will be given an option. Simply click on “Deactivate” and hit “Next”
STEP 5: Remove SIM card and turn of iPhone.
STEP 6: Connect iPhone to iTunes and you will be presented with the unlock message.
That’s it folks. Your iPhone will be unlocked and you will still have the untethered jailbreak.
If you hit any problems, comment below and we will try to help you out.