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  Reply # 154315 5-Aug-2008 14:08
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Got it to work on XP!

But now I cant get my data going or connect to sites via wifi, do I need to change my apn or something?




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  Reply # 154453 5-Aug-2008 20:40
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yup you do, just go to unlockit.co.nz on your iphone and click set apn to vodafone.net.nz


This will let you use the 10MB for $1 a day casual rate

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 154455 5-Aug-2008 20:48
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I'm already on a dataplan... should I still have to goto unlock it?




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  Reply # 154499 5-Aug-2008 22:50
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djpaubes: But now I cant get my data going or connect to sites via wifi, do I need to change my apn or something?

No need to change apn to use wifi. Can you connect to your router? For data you may need to set your apn(not sure about this).

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  Reply # 154549 6-Aug-2008 08:58
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Also whats the carrier update?

and I'm looking for kiwiise.... but I didnt install cynda :(




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Reply # 162578 5-Sep-2008 22:30
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I just thought I'd point something out. You need cydia to install SSH and Terminal. AFAIK, without these you will find it impossible to install cracked "app store" apps found in the usuall places. Also, you won't be able to change your passwords from the deafult "alpine"
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