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  Reply # 149835 21-Jul-2008 12:14
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bleater: I don't know if any of the rest of you are registered iPhone developers, but breath easy, Xcode is installing my provisioned code-signed apps onto the jailbroken, activated and unlocked iPhone w/2.0 firmware just fine.


Nice to know.  I'm a registered developer but haven't yet completed anything.  I admit I was mildly worried about using a Jailbroken phone as a dev platform :)

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  Reply # 149848 21-Jul-2008 12:40
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@NZBullet thanks which one should I use from the options (apart from the fake) to set the APN settings on the iPhone v1.0

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 149849 21-Jul-2008 12:43
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@nzbullet quick update I used the first option in the list and now have GPRS back on board, great tool thanks for your help.



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  Reply # 149850 21-Jul-2008 12:45
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sackmaster: @NZBullet thanks which one should I use from the options (apart from the fake) to set the APN settings on the iPhone v1.0

If you are on anything other than a Vodafone iPhone plan, use "Enable data on any SIM". This will set the APN to "www.vodafone.net.nz". Beware, if you're on prepay, the casual data rate is currently $10/MB, so simply loading the Vodafone homepage will burn through $5. Yay for NZ's third-world mobile phone data regimes.

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Reply # 149855 21-Jul-2008 12:58
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THANKYOU GEEKZONERS!!

It worked...the mistake I made was selecting "legit user" during the process. My 2.5g 8gb is now up and running on 2.0.

Thanks again to all those who helped me. This might seem a little over-effusive, but I was looking at a $650 paper weight all morning and feling unwell. Now I'm well happy and i can carry on teaching calculus to my students with a skip in my step :)

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  Reply # 149857 21-Jul-2008 13:05
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@peteflynn no worries I know how you feel I zapped my phone last night and felt my world was falling apart, then I re read the instructions and all was well with world and I slept like a baby...how sad is that

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Reply # 155441 9-Aug-2008 17:04
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i used pwnage tool 2.0 to jailbreak my iphone 3G.
once done i had no network carrier...is there something i done wrong?
how can i fix it?

please email me at confrontation@windowslive.com

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  Reply # 155768 11-Aug-2008 06:50
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Hmmm strange.  Pwnage tool won't "unlock" the 3G, it will just jailbreak so you can run apps.
If you didn't have network service before, you won't have it after Pwnage on a 3G.

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  Reply # 155993 11-Aug-2008 19:10
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i could make calls and send SMS right up until i jailbroke it.
i had to set it back to factory settings to be able to do it again.
I really just want/need to know how to jailbreak it and keep being able to send SMS and calling.

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