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Airport Extreme 802.11n Drops Connections

January 9th, 2008 10 comments

I recently bought this beautiful piece of hardware.
Gigabit, 802.11n, USB port for HD, stability, power, design…
But I quickly ran into a problem, the wifi connection was dropping after couple of hours.
Nothing I could do about it but rebooting the airport extreme.

Really annoying, as I bought this device specially for more stability and power with wifi.

Here is the solution : Disable IPv6 in the router config which is enabled by default !!
(Manual Setup -> Advanced -> IPv6 -> Local-link only)

Really it works! That’s the default setting on Time Capsule.

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MacWorld 2008: Predictions

January 6th, 2008 No comments

How might Apple design the upcoming “thin” notebook?

More images in extended post…
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OTB 1.1.2 iPhone unlock: 1.1.3 firmware!

December 30th, 2007 10 comments

It has been confirmed that 1.1.3 will have a baseband update! Good news!
As we need it to read the seczone of 1.1.2 OTB iPhones.
Check out the preview video of 1.1.3: link

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Merry Geeky Christmas!

December 23rd, 2007 7 comments

After one week of bad downtime (hardware issues), we are back!
And we want to take this opportunity to wish you all, a …

Merry Geeky Christmas! (Vista blows)

Check it out in your native language….

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OTB 1.1.2 iPhone unlock: Progress Report

December 15th, 2007 12 comments

g0tcha and I finally managed to get the NCK (unlock code) value from the french iPhone
with the help of Geohot. Thanks mate.

It looks like this: “UnlockCode” = “NO=111111111111111&”;

The ‘1’ are to be replaced with digits, so I guess that the unlock code is 15 digits long.
Way too long for a bruteforce attack…

We doubt the unlock code has any correlation with any device ids, it is more likely
that Apple has it stored in a database for every single iPhone.

Reversing continues…

More detais in the extended post…

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OTB 1.1.2 iPhone unlock: Donations needed!

December 2nd, 2007 44 comments

The fund has not reached the goal yet, but we couldn’t wait anymore to start :-)
Here is something you may want to check: Orange iPhone

We bought the french iPhone and we bought the official unlock.
Once we are ready, we will ask the unlock.

The donation fund is still running until it reaches the goal:

Donations 663 663
Goal 749 724

Note: Comments are temporary closed to preserve the donators from rude posters.
If you want to get in touch, please do it here

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OTB 1.1.2 iPhone unlock: anySim open source?

December 2nd, 2007 No comments

In an effort to keep up with Apple’s changes at a faster speed, the iPhone Dev Team
is considering open sourcing AnySIM, the free unlocking solution for the iPhone.

In an exclusive talk with Gizmodo, iPhone Dev Team member Sam said that this move
could “open a lot of possibilities for the future,” mainly in terms of the speed of the
updates and avoiding sloppy and possibly dangerous binary patches.

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