The card came from taobao and iTunes activated the iPhone.
Then navigate to www.jailbreakme.com in Safari, ran the jailbreak; added cydia.pushfix.info to the Cydia sources; installed hacktivation patch; got ultrasn0w and unlocked the iPhone ... now it's fine.
iOS 4.0.1 is better on the battery life, and now not tethered it can be cut off at night. Although locking the phone hardly uses any battery with WiFi but 3G turned off.
Kunming lost any charm it ever had for us years ago ... too many rude and impatient people, especially in traffic; dirty air ... you can have it ... enjoy!
Had a nice suit made in 2007. The shop is down the street from the back entrance to Kunming Zoo. Same side of the street, this small street is at the very bottom of the hill going away from 12-1. Or going up Ren Xi Lu from Yuan Tong Bei Lu you turn left at the top of the hill, then go down to the bottom of the hill on the left. Then it is the first shop on the left as you walk up the street. Not great directions, sorry.
I can understand Kunming not having it ... since it's just a big village by China standards, not like Shanghai, Beijing, or even Shenzhen.
Ordered and on the way: item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=6977169135
Glad you finally realized your solutions won't work.
The iPhone 3GS came with iOS 3.1.2. It was bought after Apple stopped signing the SHSH blobs for 3.1.2, so there is no 3.1.2 SHSH on the planet for this phone.
The phone now has iOS 4.0.1, and it needs to be activated. No one can do anything with the phone until it is activated. Since it is not an AT&T phone, but either a Telus or Rogers, it can ONLY be activated with a phonebook SIM (or Telus or Rogers).
So, step 1 above:
1. JB using sn0wbreeze.
Thanks for trying.
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