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  # 221149 3-Jun-2009 00:07
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event2: Where would I find the Vodafone carrier file?



Here is the Vodafone carrier file




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  # 221399 3-Jun-2009 18:32
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nzbullet:
event2: Where would I find the Vodafone carrier file?





Here is the Vodafone carrier file





that link doesnt work

 
 
 
 


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  # 221881 5-Jun-2009 08:05
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I had the same problem. It fixed itself when I went somewhere with no Telecom reception and restarted, it picked up the Vodafone network again and reset the carrier name back to VF.

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  # 222105 5-Jun-2009 22:18
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event2:
nzbullet:
event2: Where would I find the Vodafone carrier file?


Here is the Vodafone carrier file


that link doesnt work



?? The link does work? It downloads a file called 'Vodafone_nz.ipcc.zip' and in OSX it auto unzips it to 'Vodafone_nz.ipcc' 




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  # 222128 6-Jun-2009 00:38
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Well I'm at the pub, anyway who's in Dunedin area and keen to go find a lotcation with no xt signal and turn our iphones off and on get crazy and see what happens!!

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  # 222292 6-Jun-2009 17:48
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The original carrier file which you will have to option restore is (on a mac) at /Users/[your user name]/Library/iTunes/iPhone Carrier Support

Btw, if you find a non reception area in DUD let us know; even my GF's house which got 0 to 1 bar on voda gets 4 to 5 on XT.



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  # 225509 16-Jun-2009 09:42
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I just tryed xt sim in iphone then put vodafone sim back in and carrier is back on vodafone. FIXED WAHOO. But i dont know why? Any one got any clues to why this has fixed itself all of a sudden?

 
 
 
 


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  # 225711 16-Jun-2009 22:20
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installed 3.0 OS.
fixed the carrier back to vodafone.

it will probly get broken again when i switch SIM's...
we will test that tomorrow...



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  # 225716 16-Jun-2009 22:40
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robsonde: installed 3.0 OS.

fixed the carrier back to vodafone.



it will probly get broken again when i switch SIM's...

we will test that tomorrow...



interesting let us know how ya go.

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