Chips Replacement to Downgrade iPhone 4 on iOS 6 Baseband 04.12.02 to 01.59.00

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Don’t have an official unlock for iPhone 4? Just like before, we can also downgrade iPhone 4 baseband 04.12.02 to 01.59.00 via chips replacement.

Of course, nothing beats an official unlock from Apple – especially if you have an AT&T iPhone which can now be officially unlocked at a very low cost. Some worldwide network are also available although the prices vary from one network to another.

If you’re new to iPhone 4, you must have spent countless hours searching for a solution online to unlock iPhone 4 running on iOS 6 with baseband 4.12.02. Sadly, there hasn’t been a software unlock since baseband 01.59.00.

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Our customer, Pedro from Portugal wrote us an email about a week ago that his logic board which has been downgraded to 01.59.00 has finally arrived and works perfectly on his country’s mobile network.

This isn’t the first time for us performing chips replacement for iPhone 4. We also offer chip replacement to remove your iPhone 4 from network blacklist. Essentially, the chips replaced will have a different IMEI. This is ideal for those who purchased a used iPhone 4 without realizing that it was blocked by their country’s network.

On a final note, do be aware not to fall into scam websites like this which they claimed that they can downgrade your baseband using software method. Having said that, however, iPhone 3GS users (older models made before week 28 of 2011) can always downgrade from iPad baseband 6.15.00 to 5.13.04 using the latest redsn0w.

As always, we will strive to provide unlocking solution to everyone, if you have any question, please feel free to contact us.

Chips Replacement to Downgrade iPhone 4 on iOS 6 Baseband 04.12.02 to 01.59.00 was last modified: July 30th, 2019 by Joe Wang

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