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#222069 5-Jun-2009 18:34
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Hi.  I have recently switched my Iphone from Vodafone to Telecom and am having trouble with the voice mail settings.  I downloaded your patch and updated in Itunes but nothing has changed.  Can you assist.


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Trigger



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  #222086 5-Jun-2009 20:25
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trigger: Hi.  I have recently switched my Iphone from Vodafone to Telecom and am having trouble with the voice mail settings.  I downloaded your patch and updated in Itunes but nothing has changed.  Can you assist.

Regards

Trigger



We need more info to help.


iPhone 3G?


iPhone Firmware version ?


iTunes Version ?


Jailbroken, yes or no


I first of all recommend you try dialing *5005*86*# and pressing call. This will reset the voicemail button to nothing. Then try to install the file and see if that works.


Also does the file add the XT logo as show in the first post?







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  #222093 5-Jun-2009 21:00
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Brilliant post nzbullet - thanking you!

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  #222096 5-Jun-2009 21:15
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Hi.


3g Yes
Version 2.2.1
Itunes 8.1.1
Not jail broken


Cheers



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  #222104 5-Jun-2009 22:11
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trigger: Hi.
3g Yes

Version 2.2.1

Itunes 8.1.1

Not jail broken

Cheers



OK, did you try the voicemail reset?


Can you try it and then install the package and try it. Possibly try rebooting after installing it.







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  #222107 5-Jun-2009 22:35
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Yes tried the reset. How do you install the package using Itunes?



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  #222110 5-Jun-2009 22:55
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Please read the first post for install instructions




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  #222112 5-Jun-2009 22:59
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Have done that and still nothing.

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  #222523 7-Jun-2009 20:20
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Apologise if this is a dumb question...total NOOB here. I have installed the IPCC and all going very well. If Apple now release a new Iphone OS update (3.0 or I dont know...randomly one prior to that) and I click "update" in Itunes...will this replace my carrier settings (as XT not an official Iphone carrier) or are the carrier settings now "hardwired" in?

Hope that made sense...basically just asking that once the XT carrier settings have been installed, is there anything stopping us from installing future official updates from Apple?

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  #222600 8-Jun-2009 09:58
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Hi camtab. Like you Im a newby as well so I too apologise if my seems lame. Where did you download the IPCC in order for Itunes to pick it up. I have already downloaded it and after opening Itunes as per the instructions it still wont work.

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  #222684 8-Jun-2009 14:09
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trigger: Hi camtab. Like you Im a newby as well so I too apologise if my seems lame. Where did you download the IPCC in order for Itunes to pick it up. I have already downloaded it and after opening Itunes as per the instructions it still wont work.


Fair question as I had the issue to start with. I am using a Mac and had to download it to the desktop so that Itunes would find it when I clicked "Option-Update" (or control-update). You need to be using Itunes 8.1 (not latest 8.2). Are you on Mac or PC?

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  #222691 8-Jun-2009 14:27
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Got it. working fine now. Many thanks

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  #222824 8-Jun-2009 21:16
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Just preparing myself for the eventual OS 3 release..maybe your Carrier file already has the settings but incase not...do you know the bits that relate to the XT network to get MMS working (such as those below for Voda)

APN: live.vodafone.com
MMSC: http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend
MMS Proxy: 172.030.038.003:8080

Apologize if already asked somewhere else



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  #222978 9-Jun-2009 09:16
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If you "Update" it should not make a difference to the XT Settings. If you have to restore then it will.

I am downloading OS 3.0 now and once I have updated I will confirm everything. I will be updating to OS 3.0 later this afternoon.




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  #222987 9-Jun-2009 09:34
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nzbullet: If you "Update" it should not make a difference to the XT Settings. If you have to restore then it will.

I am downloading OS 3.0 now and once I have updated I will confirm everything. I will be updating to OS 3.0 later this afternoon.



which version are you updating to?
im using the beta 5 not sure if its anything to do with it or not but
My phone is lasting 5 hours standby on a full battery
but the usage is saying 5 hours also when I have not been using it?
also the phone is heating up on the back? maybe because its draining the battery so fast?

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