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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question
    Alright. I just got my 16gb 2g iphone from this dude and it is unlocked and jailbroken. i have at&t simcard and it has an ap where i can block edge. All his contacts and music are on here and i'm pretty sure the iphone is not formatted for my mac but for his windows. if I reformat iphone would it be easy to jailbreak and unlock it? Also how do I import all my contacts and delete his?? I see no option for it.

    I just want my iphone formatted for mac and to be unlocked and jailbroken with the blocking edge application called BossPrefs. Thank you!!!!

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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    yes restoreand the unlock and jailbreak, then sync to your mac it then will let you put everything back on .

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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirAddict View Post
    yes restoreand the unlock and jailbreak, then sync to your mac it then will let you put everything back on .
    OK. SO RESTORE.IT WILL TAKE ALL SONGS AND VIDEOS... EVERYTHING OFF.. then it will take jailbreak and unlocked off... then i will have to jailbreak and unlock myself then import my contacts?

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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question
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    you got it
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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    ok i restored it and it's asking me for my number, billing zip code, and my last 4 digits of my SS. does that mean they are going to start charging me? even though it's a 2g?

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    If you're not using it with an AT&T account, simply don't put it in.
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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    If you're not using it with an AT&T account, simply don't put it in.
    well i do have at&t but i dont want to pay any fees or anything

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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question
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    fees for what? Anytime you restore your iPhone, you'll be asked to provide the appropriate info.

    If you're trying to set this phone up to be used on your AT&T account but not paying for this phone, I can't help.
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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    dont u have 2 unlock 1st? so i can just use it normally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoboRsxS View Post
    dont u have 2 unlock 1st? so i can just use it normally?
    Unlocking the phone simply makes it possible to use it on another carrier. If you want to use it on AT&T, it doesn't need to be unlocked.
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    Very Crucial Iphone 2g Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwa107 View Post
    Unlocking the phone simply makes it possible to use it on another carrier. If you want to use it on AT&T, it doesn't need to be unlocked.
    yea but i dont wanna register through at&t i just wanna put my sim and that's all. it was working earlier but then i restored

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    You need to jailbreak it again so that you can activate the phone and simply pop in your non-AT&T SIM card.

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