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PQ Computing Inc. releases free iPhone activator

Sean Cooper, @sean_cooper
July 11, 2007
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Well finally, iPhone activation made easy -- and free, we can barely believe it -- by the fine people at PQ Computing Inc. We know DVD Jon's solution works a treat, but some folks had issues with the HEX edits required on the iTunes executable and others reported no success at all. While branded as an "iPhone Unlock Toolkit," all this little gem does is activate the handset's iPod and other features without need for any AT&T plan. Download, run, and easy peasy lemon squeezy, your iPhone is activated -- though it is Windows only at the moment, Mac is labeled as coming soon. If you test this tool out, drop us a line and let us know how it went.

[Thanks ddww804]



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