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Topic # 84699 6-Jun-2011 01:20
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Well it shows one bar, but hwen looking in Settings About its shows  Network Not Available and Carrier not available. I am with 2degrees in a bad reception area for 2G and 3G. I expect because of the bad reception I wont see anything in those columns.

Also I can not find the profiles  of networks that maybe available. Either way I can't change the APN's in the cellular data area either.

help please guys

ind 2degrees customeers roam on vodafone
 

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  Reply # 478157 6-Jun-2011 09:24
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What model iPhone what software version?

if you go settings - Carrier, what networks show? try manually select 2degrees. From the info you have given it sounds as if it isn't unlocked.

Remember jailbreaking it doesn't mean unlocking



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Reply # 478251 6-Jun-2011 16:36
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Ok doki, the OS version is 4.3 (8F190) with modem Firmware 06.15.00, you could be correct as to the unlocking. I will see if I can find a code unlock.
Thanks for your help 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 478256 6-Jun-2011 17:01
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Hi,
I gotta say - any forum where you're hoping for help, it really assists anyone to know the actual hardware you're dealing with (earlier poster asked which model iPhone), which computer system & OS you're using, and which jailbreak method you're using. Also - is it actually iOS 4.3, or is it one of the more recent updates?
I recently tried the Pwanage Tool on my Mac to JB my iPhone 3GS on 4.3.3, XT network - even though I'd checked the 'carrier activate' box it just would not find a cellular signal. I restored to factory 4.3.3 & then used Redsn0w - all good. A simpler & faster JB all around... plus I had the benefit of actually being able to use it as a phone again...whew!




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  Reply # 478342 6-Jun-2011 20:57
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You have the iPad baseband so you don't need an unlock, unfortunately this means you will be plagued with poor signal and no gps functionatiliy,




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  Reply # 478368 6-Jun-2011 22:15
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I had this problem when I jailbreak'd my old iPhone 3GS.
I tried everything to get a signal but in the end putting the firmware on again and jailbreaking again got it going.
The only thing I can put it down to is that the first time I went through the process of updating the firmware and jailbreaking I didn't have a sim card in the phone, the 2nd time I did.




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