The process of unlocking your iPhone can be a little complicated. Here’s that process simplified.
Jailbreak: 3 Ways to Unlock Your iPhone
There are many out there who wish to unlock their iPhone, but do not know how. This comes as no surprise, as unlocking an iPhone can be quite complicated. The following provides instructions for three different ways to unlock an iPhone. But first, why would anybody want to unlock an iPhone? The answer is simple, to use their iPhone on other carriers, such as T-Mobile. And secondly, is it legal to unlock an iPhone? The answer to this question is not so straightforward. For the time being there is a loophole in the Digital Millenium Copyright Act that covers service providers. This loophole offers at least partial justification for unlocking the iPhone for personal use. However, those who unlock the iPhone for other reasons may be in big trouble.
When unlocking their iPhone, people do need to understand that there is a chance they will break their phone. So when trying to hack an iPhone, people must proceed at their own risk – we are not responsible if anything bad happens.
The first way we will discuss is known as the Dev-Team Way. This method is widely used and it requires users to install an app on their iPhone that allows them to install unofficial apps to their iPhone. So after installing the first app, users can install an app that lets them unlock their iPhone. This method is to be used with iPhone 3G with firmware 3.0:
The second method is known as The QuickPwn Way, which jailbreaks an iPhone, and then allows users to unlock it. This method requires that the iPhone have 2.2 firmware, and even then, success is not guaranteed.
The third method of jailbreaking an iPhone is known as The Apple-Official Way. While this method has only been confirmed for international carriers, it is definitely worth a try for AT&T as well. This is a quick and painless approach, so there is really not much to lose.
Any one of these three methods should bring users non-AT&T calling.