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AT+CLCK=”PN”,0,”00000000″ ERROR – Work Around

19 September 2007 6 Comments

anySIM is confirmed to behave rather odd as far as the unlock procedure is concerned. The sound malfunction and unlock failure following the GUI unlock methods (iUnlock, anySIM) forced me to go the traditional, terminal way as described @ http://iphone.unlock.no/. After a lot of experimenting with different ways to achieving the unlock mentioned at http://iphone.unlock.no/, I was lingering at the bbupdater -v,minicom thingy. I got the minicom thing up but when it was time to do the AT commands, I always got the same ERROR message 🙁 I do the AT and hit enter, I get OK but what followed next plagued me for a long long time, after a series of attempts trying to make it work, I had to do the bbupdater -v and minicom followed by AT+CLCK=”PN”,2 instead of AT+CLCK=”PN”,0,”00000000″ and you are good to go!! Post a comment in case you encounter any issues 🙂


  • Bin said:

    thank you sooooooooooooooooooooo much !!!! you saved my life. i tried many way to unlock my phone already, but only your way is worked. thank you sooooooo much again !

  • admin said:

    You are always welcome 🙂 This error bugged me for a long time and finally this method worked!! Hope no one else suffers from this error anymore!

  • Will said:

    the reason AT+CLCK=”PN”,0,”00000000″ didnt work is because “00000000” should be one of apple’s complete unlock codes, making it unlocked forever. None of these unlock codes have been found, and “00000000” is not one of them

  • admin said:

    Well,I got an error but the unlock actually worked 🙂

  • abe said:

    it still give me an error

  • admin said:

    hmmm, can I have the exact scenario?? I suggest you paste this link http://iphone.blurgle.ca/repo in your mobile safari (on iphone) and get the anySim app on your mobile which makes it a lot easier to unlock your phone!! Good luck!

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