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Topic # 31710 27-Mar-2009 20:47
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I have my Iphone running OS 3 beta.

I've done lots of googling and am yet to find a way to get MMS / PXT working in nz.

Has anyone got this working?

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  Reply # 203803 27-Mar-2009 22:17
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Yes works fine a friend of mine is using it

John

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  Reply # 203812 27-Mar-2009 23:18

You sure they're using the 3.0 beta johnr? I hear you need to hack the carrier bundle file (which I tried to with no luck)

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  Reply # 203814 27-Mar-2009 23:22
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cranz: You sure they're using the 3.0 beta johnr? I hear you need to hack the carrier bundle file (which I tried to with no luck)


Yes %100 sure its peppery from the VF forums

He has a legit copy for his iphone 3G


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  Reply # 203816 27-Mar-2009 23:26

Will se what I can find out :P



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  Reply # 203852 28-Mar-2009 10:31
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Interesting,

I modded my ipcc file, phone was working as normal with no mms then about 5 hours later I had no service!
I had to reinstall the orig ipcc file and it was all good.

damn I really want pxt!



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  Reply # 203866 28-Mar-2009 13:47
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Just got an email from a friend from here.
See attached.
Verified working.


homepages.paradise.net.nz/sammcj20/Vodafone_nz.ipcc

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