There are many developers and teams that try to do their best in order to offer us the possibility to jailbreak or unlock (with Ultrasnow fixer) their iOS devices. Some people still do not know the difference between unlock and jailbreak. In order to make things clear, I want to tell you that unlocking gives you the possibility to use any SIM on your Smartphone without depending on your carrier. Jailbreaking, on the other hand refers to unsigned codes installed on various devices.
I am sure that most of us hardly wait a new way to unlock devices in order to have the freedom of the carrier. Users were able to jailbreak their device and in the same time to preserve their baseband.
If you really want to preserve your baseband on your iOS 6 running device, you now have the possibility to use UltraSnow Fixer to perform unlock for iOS 6 running on iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. This little program offers support for iPhone 4 and 3GS and in the same time for the following basebands: 01.59.00, 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.13.01, 05.12.01 and 06.15.00. However, if you want to be able to use this program, you need to perform tethered jailbreak on your iOS 6 devices.
Therefore, in order to preserve your baseband on your unlocked device, here is how you use UltraSnow Fixer for iOS 6 running on iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.
1. Launch Cydia and go to the Sources tab.
2. Click on the Add new source and type down http://repo.iparelhos.com in order to add the respective repo to your source list. For those of you who used to add various sources on Cydia, this step should not be that complicated.
3. Search and download the latest UltraSnow derision available on Cydia. You need the UltraSnow program before you install the Fixer jailbreak utility, otherwise it will not work.
4. Now, it is the turn of UltraSnow Fixer to be downloaded and installed. It takes only several minutes. Once the installation process is complete, then the work is done. You now own an unlocked device to use.
It is easy to perform unlock on your device and those of you who done this in the past, will find it even easier.