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Topic # 95690 10-Jan-2012 21:19
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You can hook up data if you are running iOS 5 on your iPhone 4 or 4s in a coupe of easy steps.

1 . You need to get this file onto your phone. The easiest way is either transferring it through iTunes, or by emailing it to yourself and picking it up via e-mail over Wi-Fi.

2. Once you have managed that, open the file and it will install a Skinny profile in the settings on the phone.

3. This sets up the skinny APN (Access Point Name) and you are good to go. If you decide to back-track and want to remove it, hit up Settings / General / Profile, select the Skinny profile and delete it.

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  Reply # 568577 13-Jan-2012 18:48
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Suggest pin, this could be very helpful for easily configuring iOS devices.

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