How to Unlock Baseband 4.11.08? We have two phrases are now stuck in thousands of iPhone users mind.
Which have been looking at their expensive iPod touches with no hope for a solution. But now we have a solution for your locked 04.11.08 baseband and it’s called Gmate.
Gmate is a Bluetooth device that lets you make calls from any iPhone. Yes, folks, this includes an iOS 5 with baseband 04.11.08. Gmate does not depend on the baseband, so even if Apple rolls out a new firmware which upgrades the baseband (it seems they will from a previous report indicating a new baseband 4.12.00) you would still be able to make calls from your iPhone.
What’s great about this Gmate is that it can be used on iPhone as well as Android devices and did I mention an iPod touch and iPad? Well, folks, Gmate can be used for an iPod touch and as well as an iPad to make calls!
iPhone 4.11.08 Unlock With Gmate
If you Want to use Gmate for your locked 4.11.08 baseband you simply need to jailbreak your device and install the Gmate app which is currently available in Cydia.
If you waiting for the unlock 4.11.08 baseband since October you would definitely be pleased with you being able to make calls from baseband 04.11.08.
UnlockBoot verified that it works on the baseband 4.11.08 you can be sure that it is not just another fake products out there to unlock the iPhone’s 4.11.08 Baseband.
- Micro USB
- GSM Quad Band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
- Standby Time: 96 Hours, Talk Time: 4 Hours
- 1 Push-Push SIM Card Slot
- Physical Size: 82mm x 46mm x 14mm
- Weight: 48.2g
- iOS Support: iPod Touch 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, iPad2
- Color: Black, White, Orange
- Android Support: Most of 2.0 plus Android device is supported
To Unlock 04.11.08 Baseband – Should You Buy Gmate?
The question is “should you buy Gmate for baseband 4.11.08?”. My answer to this question is kind of tricky since we have word regarding Gevey SIM.
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Applenberry has not confirmed a release date for Gevey for 4.11.08 so we can’t be sure. Also, Ultrasnow 1.3 is under development -this is free solution for 4.11.08 baseband ios 5.0.1 firmware