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# 37329 10-Jul-2009 21:06
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Its been done on XT so why not on 2Degrees

As They have not released their APN/MMS etc details then I have just put in dummy details in so far and they can be updated later on.

So here it is..

I'll have to wait until Aug and they send out the SIM Cards

Feel free to improve and send me details with correct details for APN/MMS etc






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  # 239790 28-Jul-2009 15:33
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The IPCC File has been updated quite alot now with help from a few people.

I have a number of things to finish testing and it will be finished and I will repost the link to it for iPhone users with instructions as well.

the old IPCC file has been removed at the moment, but will be replaced in the next couple of days with the much new and improved one.

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  # 239878 28-Jul-2009 18:53
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do you have to have an older version of itunes

 
 
 
 




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  # 239886 28-Jul-2009 19:02
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why? You can install IPCC files with the newer version perfectly well after you type 1 command in on the command line...

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  # 239892 28-Jul-2009 19:04
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Thanks for that. I thought you couldn't



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  # 242678 4-Aug-2009 21:12
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ok I have it updated now with all the settings..

http://www.unlockit.co.nz/IPCC/2Degrees_nz.ipcc

btw.. nzbullets one and mine where made independantly but basically do the same. We have different logs (my logo is more 3D than his one)

Mine has been ready for over a week now (thanks 2Degrees for the help) but nzbullet seems to have gotten his 2Degrees Sim Before I did :-(

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