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  # 262783 9-Oct-2009 15:24
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maknz: It eats battery but I'm able to charge it whenever I need to really.



Lol yeah its not the end of the world as some would make out..


Just wondering if you jail break, can you run IM clients properly? 

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  # 262787 9-Oct-2009 15:30

I run IM+ with push perfectly, so yeah, the Jailbreak doesn't hinder anything.

Push Mail with Google Sync works perfectly too.

 
 
 
 


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  # 262791 9-Oct-2009 15:37
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Guys this is thread is about 3.1 breaking tethering. Take your argument about the phone (not) being a great smartphone elsewhere.

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  # 262821 9-Oct-2009 16:34
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sry

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  # 262900 9-Oct-2009 21:45
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Hi Mak (or anyone else who'd like to chip in),
I'm just curious about which particular app/function is required on a JB'd iPhone to enable tethering on 3.1 hooked to the XT network? At the mo I'm JB with Vf but may need to run XT for tethering at some stage - thanks.




Cheers,
Mike

Photographer/Videographer clickmedia.nz


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Ultimate Geek


  # 262903 9-Oct-2009 21:57

clicknz, I haven't done anything special apart from using custom firmware made by PwnageTool 3.1.3 (http://blog.iphone-dev.org). This is firmware 3.1.

The only thing that may have helped was performing the instructions in this tutorial for a different issue, this *PERHAPS* being a side affect. As far as I knew, the carrier had to be signed... Worth a shot!

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Master Geek


  # 262948 10-Oct-2009 01:51
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MikeyPI: Then dont get a Pre...

Blackberry batteries are just fine for over 36hrs of heavy use and multitasking... Never had a issue yet...

I do have an issue with not being able to use IM clients properly, or do two things at once....



Checking email is not heavy use, nor is texting AND checking email multitasking; or did you guys get twitter and got carried away? Crackberry a smartphone, you ARE funny...

 
 
 
 


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  # 262953 10-Oct-2009 02:47
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maknz: clicknz, I haven't done anything special apart from using custom firmware made by PwnageTool 3.1.3 (http://blog.iphone-dev.org). This is firmware 3.1.

The only thing that may have helped was performing the instructions in this tutorial for a different issue, this *PERHAPS* being a side affect. As far as I knew, the carrier had to be signed... Worth a shot!


There's an easier way that avoids your permissions issue:

install ssh,nano (optionally mobile Terminal)  from Cydia, Fire up Terminal on your iPhone or SSH into your phone.
10.1.1.3 is my phone's IP, use your own - obviously.

type:

ssh root@10.1.1.3
root@10.1.1.3's password: *******


if you are using mobile terminal skip above steps.

cd "/private/var/mobile/Library/Carrier Bundles/"
cd Telecom_nz.bundle/
nano carrier.plist




in nano change:

 


<key>CarrierName</key>
<string>Telecom NZ</string>


to


<key>CarrierName</key>
<string></string>


       

press cntr-o, cntr-x to save your settings

reboot

Done, and no crashes as permissions/ownership remains un-affected.






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  # 262955 10-Oct-2009 03:12
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maknz: clicknz, I haven't done anything special apart from using custom firmware made by PwnageTool 3.1.3 (http://blog.iphone-dev.org). This is firmware 3.1.

The only thing that may have helped was performing the instructions in this tutorial for a different issue, this *PERHAPS* being a side affect. As far as I knew, the carrier had to be signed... Worth a shot!


Do you actually have tethering working, or do you just get the option in prefs? The reason I ask is that I do have the option enabled, as do most users, but the iPhone won't actually go into tether mode unless you use a Vodafone sim.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 263717 13-Oct-2009 18:30

Hi

Sorry, I guess I spoke to soon! Indeed the option to turn it off/on is there but an attempt to make the computer interface with it failed. So It's sorta half and half.

There is a separate application available for tethering which is seperate from the OS. But that's another story!

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  # 264080 15-Oct-2009 14:31
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consolation:
MikeyPI: Then dont get a Pre...

Blackberry batteries are just fine for over 36hrs of heavy use and multitasking... Never had a issue yet...

I do have an issue with not being able to use IM clients properly, or do two things at once....



Checking email is not heavy use, nor is texting AND checking email multitasking; or did you guys get twitter and got carried away? Crackberry a smartphone, you ARE funny...





Hmm, interesting nonsense. I barely txt, but i would consider, 50+ emails, 2hrs Google Maps, 100MB data exchange, 45min video & 20+ voice note recording, editing Word & Excel docs,  and continual BBM & GT use per day, as heavy usage.


Maybe you only consider fart, and beer pouring apps as actual usage, and the fart app while listening to music as multitasking....

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  # 264103 15-Oct-2009 16:43
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Guys take those arguments elsewhere, as corksta said previously this forum is not the place for my phone is better than yours arguments.







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  # 264105 15-Oct-2009 16:59
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Thank you pebbles.

MikeyPl that's twice now. Start that crap in a new thread if you want to debate that. The issue of 3.1 disabling tethering is obviously still an ongoing and current issue, so this thread needs to remain on topic.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 264108 15-Oct-2009 17:03

Don't backseat mod :s

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  # 264109 15-Oct-2009 17:06
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I actually want to read about this issue, not some drivel about whose smart phone is better than whose, so damn straight I'll be backseat moderating!! :)

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