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Master Geek

# 35658 13-Jun-2009 19:31
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ive got my iphone working on the xt network fine, but i would like to install the carrier settings . I know that itunes 8.2 no longer lets you use ipcc files, but I am using itunes 8.0 and when I shift+update, it only lets me select ispw files and ipcc is not in the drop down list. Must I update to 8.1 to make this feature work?

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Uber Geek


  # 224706 13-Jun-2009 20:15
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Found out how to do it this morning.. :-) You can update to 8.2 now and use IPCC files.

See :-) Close down itunes and type in...

Mac: (in a terminal)

defaults write carrier-testing -bool TRUE

Windows (with the quotes as well):

"%CommonProgramFiles%\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\defaults.exe write carrier-testing -bool TRUE"


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Ultimate Geek


  # 224716 13-Jun-2009 20:58
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Ooooo, good find.



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Ultimate Geek


  # 224766 13-Jun-2009 23:08
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Nice work LennonNZ

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Master Geek

  # 224806 14-Jun-2009 08:48
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ohhh now thats nice. Cool

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