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Master Geek

# 38600 1-Aug-2009 19:33
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Needing some help here...
I've got a 3GS iPhone, I've downloaded the PDF and files to update the carrier settings to Telecom XT.
I've read the instructions over and over.
I've applied the patch to my iTunes 8.2 on my mac.
When I hold down OPTION and click on UPDATE, it allows me to browse to the folder, but the IPCC file is greyed out!!
It won't allow me to select it.

What am I doing wrong?
Does that mean that the patch hasn't been applied successfully or is it something else?

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Master Geek

  # 241291 1-Aug-2009 19:46
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Cancel that.
I don't know what I did or what I did wring the first 10 times but it's suddenly decided to work!

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Master Geek

  # 241300 1-Aug-2009 20:17
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I actually just realised what I did...

I double clicked the Telecom_nz.ipcc and associated it with iTunes.
When I closed iTunes and reopened it, I was able to select it with the usual process outlined in the PDF guide.

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