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  Reply # 147600 13-Jul-2008 22:27
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  Reply # 147604 13-Jul-2008 22:39
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Great thanks

someone posted the link on nziphone.com and it looks like the admin just removed it 5 mins after the post..


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 147611 13-Jul-2008 22:48
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I've removed the links to the actual files until tomorrow when they will be back :-)

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  Reply # 147663 14-Jul-2008 09:31
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The www.unlockit.co.nz web page is up again with a few changes.

I have made a note that the method used is actually the supported method given by apple to change the APN (and other settings)

You can actually remove the configuration in another menu on the iphone so I will update this today sometime.

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  Reply # 147668 14-Jul-2008 09:48
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When Casual rates change at the end of the month this will probably be very popular.

Surely vodafone knew it wouldn't take long for such a simple thing to be changed.

So, as this isn't a "hack" and is so easily revertable, will we see officially sanctioned prepay/no plan data when the new rate kicks in?

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  Reply # 147673 14-Jul-2008 09:58
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I have also noted that the configurations can be removed on the Iphone with Settings.. General.. Profiles

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  Reply # 147711 14-Jul-2008 12:32
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Does this method only work over Wi-Fi?

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  Reply # 147713 14-Jul-2008 12:36
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allsteve: Does this method only work over Wi-Fi?


You have to get the file to the phone somehow..

2 Methods apple give you

1 - via email (you have to have internet in the 1st place)
2 - via web browser (you have to have internet in the 1st place)

As far as I know you cannot do it via itunes. ( unless I am reading things wrong in the documentaion)



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  Reply # 147729 14-Jul-2008 13:25
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Great stuff! Just wanted to comment that i've tried this with my vodafone vodem 3g broadband sim and it works like a charm!

It also seems that the vodem broadband sim has its own phone number, haven't tried it yet, but perhaps should even be able to make or receive calls. (Probably extremely expensive).

Keep up the good work!

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  Reply # 147732 14-Jul-2008 13:30
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I have added a custom APN generator. It is not tested yet.. but in theory should download and ask for the custom APN's username/password

Let me know if it works.

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LennonNZ:
allsteve: Does this method only work over Wi-Fi?


You have to get the file to the phone somehow..

2 Methods apple give you

1 - via email (you have to have internet in the 1st place)
2 - via web browser (you have to have internet in the 1st place)

As far as I know you cannot do it via itunes. ( unless I am reading things wrong in the documentaion)




You can also setup a webserver on your LAN (or run the Apple Configuration utility - which uses Ruby on Rails and starts up a local webserver on :3000) and browse from Safari to that over WiFi

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LennonNZ: I have added a custom APN generator. It is not tested yet.. but in theory should download and ask for the custom APN's username/password

Let me know if it works.

Craig


what is the reson for a custom APN generator? I am going overseas to Australia in a couple of days on a trip any idea if i can chnage the apn to australian vodafone and hopefully just pay their rates rather than roaming rates... what do you think?

PS anyone got any idea of what the correct APN for vodafone Australia would actually be... or won t it work even if i put the correct info in?

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  Reply # 147744 14-Jul-2008 13:41
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As some corporate customers have custom APN's/usernames/password. yes they can download the config maker themselves...

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Reply # 147753 14-Jul-2008 13:46
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r3dc3ll: Great stuff! Just wanted to comment that i've tried this with my vodafone vodem 3g broadband sim and it works like a charm!

It also seems that the vodem broadband sim has its own phone number, haven't tried it yet, but perhaps should even be able to make or receive calls. (Probably extremely expensive).

Keep up the good work!


Vodem / VMC should indeed have their own mobile number (billing...), from the top of my mind, but I could be wrong I think voice rates, if not barred are $0.79c / minute, with no TXT cap or included benefits.

nzbnw

PS: Congrats guys on this!








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