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# 38594 1-Aug-2009 16:01
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I have an iPhone which I am attempting to install the Telecom settings on to.

I have followed the instructions to download the bundled software.  I have extracted the files,  and then moved the "Fix-iTunes-8.2" file to C:>Program Files>iTunes folder as instructed.

I then double click on the "Fix-iTunes-8.2" as instructed to.  It does not call up a box saying "Run ?"  as the instructions say it will.   It does, however, flash on to a DOS prompt, so I am assuming that it is running OK, but perhaps this is where the fault is.

I then start iTunes, and press Shift and 'Check Update' which successfully calls up the box whereby I can change the 'Files of Type' to "iPhone Carrier Configuration Files".

However, I can now not locate the Telecom_NZ.ipcc file which I am instructed to select.   If I call up c:>Program Files>iTunes there are 5 subfolders listed, but none of them contain the relevant file.

In fact, if I Search my entire computer for a file containing the key "Telecom" it cannot find anything.   So the file does not seem to have extracted succesfully.  Perhaps this brings more into play the possibility that the double click on Fix-iTunes-8.2 is not working properly.

Am I doing something wrong ?    Hopefully a simple explanation - any advice appreciated.

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Ed

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  # 241236 1-Aug-2009 16:51
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see here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=76&topicid=34882
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  # 241329 1-Aug-2009 22:08
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Ed it sounds like you haven't actually downloaded the ipcc file, just the .bat file. Head over to iphonewzealand.co.nz if you're still having troubles.

 
 
 
 


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  # 241331 1-Aug-2009 22:25
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edwardo:

It does not call up a box saying "Run ?"  as the instructions say it will.   It does, however, flash on to a DOS prompt, so I am assuming that it is running OK, but perhaps this is where the fault is.



This is not a fault, in fact there is no fault. You may have allowed files to automatically run hence why it doesn't bring up that box. If you look at the screen shot you will see a tick box saying "Always ask this before openong this type of file" If you have uncheked this in the past on another file of this type then the "Run" box won't show.


It has worked correctly as you state:
I then start iTunes, and press Shift and 'Check Update' which successfully calls up the box whereby I can change the 'Files of Type' to "iPhone Carrier Configuration Files".

You wouldn't be able to do this if it hadn't worked.



However, I can now not locate the Telecom_NZ.ipcc file which I am instructed to select. If I call up c:>Program Files>iTunes there are 5 subfolders listed, but none of them contain the relevant file. In fact, if I Search my entire computer for a file containing the key "Telecom" it cannot find anything. So the file does not seem to have extracted succesfully. Perhaps this brings more into play the possibility that the double click on Fix-iTunes-8.2 is not working properly.



The ipcc files are located in the bundle which you downloaded from the site. Wherever you extracted that bundle to is where the ipcc files are located. If you can't find them download the zip bundle again, save it to your desktop, extract it to your desktop and look inside you will find an 'xtlogo' folder and a 'standardlogo' folder. Inside each is an ipcc file so you can choose which type of logo you want to use. 




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