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  #234079 11-Jul-2009 14:18
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@newguy maybe you need to type your APN: Internet.telecom.co.nz that's what I do to get data working on my old 3G. You can try that first. You can update carrier setting from iTunes.

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  #234085 11-Jul-2009 14:32
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Newguy: What did you do to load the files???



Read here




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  #234155 11-Jul-2009 17:45
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harrylin:  Or otherwise we should all wait for the XT launch of 3GS in august.



Really? Linky? This sounds good!

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  #234161 11-Jul-2009 18:07
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I received my 3gs today, and its working just fine on the XT network. Installed a telecom SIM and used NZ bullets Carrier Bundle. My only problem is a glitch with the maps application (current location km's off).



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  #234174 11-Jul-2009 18:51
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Ok i got that file loaded uo but i can not Pxt or attach pictures to my messages

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  #234178 11-Jul-2009 19:13
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Do you have the camera icon next to the message text box in the messages app




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  #234181 11-Jul-2009 19:19
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Those that are having issues getting the error "The iPhone "xxxx" could not be updated. An Unknown error occurred (0xE800005D)", when trying to update the XT carrier bundle, need to re-download the files. There are no longer Mac and PC files, just one for both but you must change your Safari preferences when downloading in OSX (if you use Safari).

Preference Change: Go to 'Safari>>Preferences' then untick the box next to "Open 'safe' files after downloading





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  #234212 11-Jul-2009 21:16
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Yup I can attach, the picture icon is there



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  #234389 12-Jul-2009 18:03
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Has anybody got the iPhone 3GS MMS working on XT? I can attached the message but it fails to send. Safari etc works on the phone fine, i used your link NZ Bullet.

Please Help

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  #234411 12-Jul-2009 19:24
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Newguy: Has anybody got the iPhone 3GS MMS working on XT? I can attached the message but it fails to send. Safari etc works on the phone fine, i used your link NZ Bullet.

Please Help


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  #234478 12-Jul-2009 22:21
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Ok for some reason in the file Newguy loaded the :8080 was missing from the end of the MMS Proxy. Problem sorted.




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  #234565 13-Jul-2009 09:50
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Thank you for your help

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