Infinity SIM Editor v1.20
With the Infinity SIM Editor, you can use your Infinity USB Unlimited to backup an entire simcard, import phonebook, and manage SMS messages.
Download Infinity SIM Editor and run the setupfile.
After the setup is done, open Infinity SIM Editor.
Infinity SIM Editor requires the Microsoft .NET framework to be installed. If you get an error about a missing DLL or an error code "0xc0000135", you do not have the framework installed.
Download it from download.microsoft.com or get it through "Windows Update" (windowsupdate.microsoft.com).
The led on the Infinity USB Unlimited hardware will change to purple while the software is open.
Insert a normal size SIM-card in the SIM-slot (contacts facing down) or insert a large form factor simcard in the smartcard-slot (contacts facing up). Enter the PIN code (typically 4 digits).
The contents on the card (phonebook and SMS messages) will load, and be displayed in a treestructure in the main window.
Selecting an entry will show the details at the bottom window. Rightclicking a phonebook-entry makes it possible to delete or edit the entry or add another. Rightclicking an SMS makes it possible to edit or delete the SMS. Any item in the treeview can be rightclicked. For instance will rightclicking "SMS" makes it possible to delete all SMS messages on the SIM-card and rightclicking "SIM" makes it possible to wipe the entire phonebook and SMS messages..
SMS messages and the phonebook can be imported and exported (in comma separated, CSV, format), and printed from the "File" menu.
Backup up the entire SIM-card is easy using the Instant backup feature.
Select "Instant backup" in the "Tools" menu, and walk thru the wizard. The actual backup-files will be stored in the installation folder of Infinity SIM Editor.
Disclaimer: WB Electronics and FunFiles Satellite can not be held responsible for any loss of data that may occur using this product.
1.20 Build - Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Support for high-speed SIM cards
General speed improvement
Checks for valid .NET framework
Improved compatibility with older SIM cards
Support for SIM cards with no PIN
1.16 Build - Tuesday, August 30, 2005
(First public release)