1.1.1 OOB to 1.1.3 jailbreak, activate and unlock

If you have an 1.1.1 OOB iphone it means you have bootloader 3.9 and you can now have 1.1.3 software and baseband.

Here is whay you have to do:

1. upgrade your iphone with itunes to 1.1.3

2. download ziphone : http://iphone-elite.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ZiPhone.zip and Unzipit on a folder on your desktop

4.Run terminal on mac (aplications/utilities/terminal) or command promt on windows (start/run type cmd and hit enter) change folder to the one you have unziped the tool.

cd desktop

cd ziphone

5 now drag the file ziphone on mac or ziphone.exe on windows on the terminal/command prompt and add at the end of the adress -j -a

6 now if you are on a mac should see something like:

Macintosh:~ yourname$ /Users/yourname/Desktop/ZiPhone/ziphone -j -a

on windows it looks much alike.

7 Hit enter. The program will tell you to disconnect, shut down the iphone, press home button and reconnec. The iphone will enter in recovery mode.
8 The program will display “wait 45″” so wait )

9 the iphone will reboot and you will see on the program “done”

10 now you have an jailbroken / activated iphone.

11 using installer go to System category and install BSD subsystem

12 now go to iClarified category and install anysim 1.3

13 close installer and run anysim.

14 after anysim finishes you have an ulocked/jailbreaked/activated iphone running on 1.1.3 baseband,

Now go back to installer and uninstall anysim.

It worked for me without any problems.

Credits goes to Geohot, Zibrii and others.


11 Responses to “1.1.1 OOB to 1.1.3 jailbreak, activate and unlock”

  1. I have a 1.0.2 OTB which is currently on 1.1.1 unlocked/jailbroken/activated

    Do the above instructions also work for this? As it’s got the same Bootloader 3.9?


  2. despreiphone Says:

    This method should work for all 3.9 bootloader iphone’s

  3. Confirmed working on 1.0.2 OOB -> 1.1.1 -> 1.1.3

  4. mailroom_vp Says:

    worked for me, mac os 10.5.2, freshly restored 1.1.3 phone and older version of itunes. thanks for the instructions!

  5. For step 1, did you upgrade to 1.1.3 from iTunes using a separately downloaded 1.1.3 firmware (aka, pressing the Option key)?

    I’ve been looking for confirmed instructions to upgrade OTB 1.1.1 (jb and anysim unlocked) to 1.1.3. You got what I want. Thanks.

  6. despreiphone Says:


    you can hit upgrade in itunes like any AT&T customer 🙂 and wait for itunes to download the firmware. But if you already have it on your computer and don’t want to wait you can use it with option/shift key

  7. Upgrade worked fine using -j -a command, although I can’t install the BSD Subsystem, comes up with the error:

    Package download failed!

    I can connect to wifi/interenet fine, so was I suppose to use another command line as I know you can debug or something?

    Thanks for your help

  8. sorry. also added the -u command to unlock……
    I see that these commands can be input, should I have used any of these?

    -i: Change imei (Only for 4.6 BL)
    -v: Verbose boot (debug)
    -e: iErase BL 3.9 baseband


  9. despreiphone Says:

    My advice is to restore to a fresh copy of 1.1.3 and try again. If you have 1.1.1 otb than don’t use the -u function (as it is only for 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 otb) also don’t use -i, -v, -e if you don’t know what you are doing, you may brick your phone

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