This announcement is too early. That thing is FAR from a nice, easy to use GUI-based application. I'm not even going to touch it. Sure, I'd like the option to turn EDGE off (properly), but I'll wait until a simple app does the whole process for me.
Same here. I'm going to wait until well after Leopard is released because things may change yet again. I've had way too many scares moding my iPhone. It's stable right now and want to keep it that way until a well tested GUI interface is released. Might donate a few bucks to the Elite Team in support of their continued efforts.
Just tried it on my 1.0.2 iPhone previously unlocked with unlock-fast.pxl. Re-"virgin" process completed smoothly. Took a while and some re-attempts on activate and jailbreak process (iNdependence refuses to jailbreak/activate after upgrading to 1.1.1 from 1.0.2 "virgin", had to restore back to 1.0.2 firmware and prepare for 1.1.1 upgrade using iNdependence, then reupdate to 1.1.1 and unlock with the new AnySim).
After a few interesting twists, finally got it working properly under 1.1.1, fully unlocked on Fido .. Phew..
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I just did the "revirginize" and unlock on my anySim unlocked 1.02 phone as well. I send a good amount of email and post to my blog a lot, so the double-tap space for a period was an important feature for me.
As lcsim mentioned, once I figured out that I had to do a full restore to 1.02 (option-click on restore and select the 1.02 firmware) before doing the upgrade to 1.1.1, everything went fine. It's a slow process, but not that hard for anyone with some Unix knowledge. The revirginizing is actually the easiest part! It's just one simple shell script you run, and you're done.
Anyway, just thought I'd share that this works fairly easily if you're handy with Unix. My phone is now 1.1.1 and fully unlocked.
I just wanted to add up here that I also upgraded my iPhone to the new firmwire. It was an unlocked 1.0.2. For the people who are interested to do the job, I recommend you to follow the instructions at modmyiphone.
Well the voicemail indicator only partially worked for me even on 1.02. Every time I reset the phone (or restart springboard because I installed an app or a theme) the voicemail indicator would stay "stuck" on unless I left myself a real vm, then deleted it. Then it functioned normally until the next reset (which was not very often).
With 1.1.1, it appears to be working the same way. After I "fix it" by leaving a test message, it seems to work fine.