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Topic # 113910 31-Jan-2013 22:09
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I'm with 2degrees network, I have updated my iphone 4s to IOS6.1 today, and I've done all the settings right, but my facebook app wouldn't work under 3G network, neither the URL in Safari, they only work in Wi-Fi. This happened since my iphone updated to ISO6, Please HELP this problem, thanks.

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  Reply # 754130 31-Jan-2013 22:26
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Mine as well, There is also a new facebook update that is available in the app store.
Should be fine after doing that

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  Reply # 754185 31-Jan-2013 23:53
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My iPhone is on 2Degrees and Facebook works fine on 3G after the update.

Are you sure you haven't roam to Vodafone network?

If you did, you will need to configure your roaming and APN settings again as they get lost through the updates for some reason.






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  Reply # 754355 1-Feb-2013 12:20
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It did lost some setting through the update, but yea, i've re-done all the settings as I followed the instructions on 2degrees wesite, still wouldne work on 3g

igorportugal: My iPhone is on 2Degrees and Facebook works fine on 3G after the update.

Are you sure you haven't roam to Vodafone network?

If you did, you will need to configure your roaming and APN settings again as they get lost through the updates for some reason.



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  Reply # 754357 1-Feb-2013 12:21
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everything else works perfectly fine, except just the facebook app, and the facebook web page in Safari

freitasm: Have you tried any other apps, web sites? Do they work?


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