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    Arrow International support?

    What's this for I know that it's for international support but what's it's function? Is it to activate it outside the US of for roaming when you go out of the country?

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    Stage 3: Enable International Support

    Step 24. SSH into your iPhone through Fugu. Navigate to ‘/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app’. Download the ‘M68AP.plist’ file to Mac.

    Step 25. Open Terminal, navigate to the ‘M68AP.plist’ folder. Type ‘plutil -convert xml1 M68AP.plist’.

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    Step 26. Open the ‘M68AP.plist’ using TextEdit. Change the value under ‘<key>international</key>’ from ‘<false/>’ to ‘<true/>’.

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    Step 27. Open Terminal again, navigate to the ‘M68AP.plist’ folder. Type ‘plutil -convert binary1 M68AP.plist’.

    Step 28. Upload it back to the iPhone at the same place. Overwrite the old file and restart the iPhone once completed. You will now see the international option under settings > general.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JCMA90 View Post
    What's this for I know that it's for international support but what's it's function? Is it to activate it outside the US of for roaming when you go out of the country?
    Turning it on allows you to have the menus and virtual keyboard in other languages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktula View Post
    Turning it on allows you to have the menus and virtual keyboard in other languages.
    Oh I like them in english lol hahaha thx btw

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    Is this for firmware 1.0.2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukos View Post
    Is this for firmware 1.0.2?
    Only for 1.1.1 and about menus in other languages I thought are not included, you must use language resources from iPod Touch already floating around

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    Ok. I guess I just have to upgrade to 1.1.1

 

 

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