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Topic # 63048 19-Jun-2010 20:24
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I have a black Iphone 3GS 32GB,

I only just got it today and Im trying to set it up on XT

I tried using the Carrier Bundle, did everything right untill it tells you to shift click, I did that then on the files of type box it tells you to change it to Iphone carrier configuration files but I dont have the option to change it on my drop down box there isnt a additional option!
Im using Windows 7 would really like some help on this as I cant send PXT messages and I want to have the XT logo up on the front screen

I found the carrier bundle at iphonenewzealand website

PLEASE HELP!

Im really stumped!

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  Reply # 343357 20-Jun-2010 00:58
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have you got winzip or similar programm to unpack the file from iphonenewzealand?

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  Reply # 343385 20-Jun-2010 08:55
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Did you run the fix iTunes cmd file in the iTunes exe directory?



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  Reply # 343394 20-Jun-2010 09:11
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No I haven't got Winzip, I get up to putting the fix itunes file in the Itunes directory its when it asks you to look for that telecom file on the desktop mines on the desktop but dont have the drop down box available to change to iphone configuration settings!

Will try downloading winzip to unzip the file and see how I go from there

Thanks for your responses!



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  Reply # 343397 20-Jun-2010 09:30
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Have unzipped the file but still getting the same issue!

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  Reply # 343404 20-Jun-2010 10:38
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Have you put the bat file into the install directory of itunes then run it? and on Windows Vista / 7 Run as Administrator?



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  Reply # 343488 20-Jun-2010 17:09
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All sorted

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  Reply # 343493 20-Jun-2010 17:37
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YODA18: All sorted


Care to elaborate how it's all sorted, in case anyone else ever has the same issue? 




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  Reply # 343504 20-Jun-2010 18:15
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The winzip thingie seemed to make it come right,
I thought about Unziping the file but it didnt show that in the video so didnt think it was required, as the video showed it with Windows 7 and thats what I am running

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