- Aug 27, 2011
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Jay, since i actually prefer 3,1 identifier and have a unique generated serial that apple in past has whitelisted ..... just wondering what your recommendations are with 3,1 / 13?
Using a 13 digit MLB with 3,1 should work but you need to make sure that your MLB is valid and not just your S/N + 2 as in the past. Currently the best way to do this right now is to research your MLB's CC and EEE codes and ensure they are correct, the date code should ideally be five-six weeks earlier than the date code in the S/N.
I've been in touch with Hanger1 and made some suggestions to him to modify his 13 digit MLB generator as it is currently using random number generation for the date code along with some other changes and he's working on it but like everything it's going to take time before it's ready so best approach right now is to use the manual research approach, see the link in the news dated 23 dec in the guide in the section for 13 digit MLB's.
However ..... we don't know what Apple are up-to right now, it looks like they have revised/backed-out the late Dec 2014 changes as recent posts suggest that iMessage is working again on genuine Mac's that were black-listed/blocked ....
I think its safe to assume that Apple will continue to try and block the use of cloned ID's maybe by implementing further cross checks against the S/N and System Type, whist this should not effect a hack using a 11 digit S/N, 13 digit MLB with a 3,1 sys deff - i cant be 100% sure, i would say go for it if your happy to experiment and let us know how you get on .... just be aware that things with iMessage are in a state of flux right now so be prepared for the unexpected ....