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Topic # 95680 10-Jan-2012 17:34
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On the Skinny website, they provide a config file for iphone 4's that needs to be run somehow. On the site they say that this file can be transferred to the iphone via itunes.......can anyone simply explain how to do this please??


Thanks in advance.

Its on this page http://www.livingskinny.co.nz/help.php


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  Reply # 567012 10-Jan-2012 17:48
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mattbush: On the Skinny website, they provide a config file for iphone 4's that needs to be run somehow. On the site they say that this file can be transferred to the iphone via itunes.......can anyone simply explain how to do this please??


Thanks in advance.

Its on this page http://www.livingskinny.co.nz/help.php



OTOH you can simply open iTunes, and drag and drop the .mobileConfig file onto the device in the sidebar list. If that doesn't work, just browse to that page from your iPhone's browser (over wifi?) and then when you tap the "this file" link it will open it automatically in Settings and ask if you want to install it.



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  Reply # 567064 10-Jan-2012 20:25
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thanks ;)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 567083 10-Jan-2012 21:02
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mattbush: On the Skinny website, they provide a config file for iphone 4's that needs to be run somehow. On the site they say that this file can be transferred to the iphone via itunes.......can anyone simply explain how to do this please??


Thanks in advance.

Its on this page http://www.livingskinny.co.nz/help.php



It is a mobileconfig file..  same as my website..   I dunno how to transfer via iTunes (never done it that way) but if you email the file to yourself and open on the iPhone or go to their website via the iPhone and it'll install.

Or (go to my website - from your iPhone when connected via Wifi) and Choose Skinny.

Thanks

 

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