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    MMS appears to NOT be possible when you're using the $1/day unlimited Sidekick pre-paid plan.

    With hiptop.t-mobile.com


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    Unhappy battery?

    What about battery with this patch?
    My battery dies twice quicker...

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    i think the battery issue is you guys testing n testing n testing then noticing less battery life. stop using your phones as much as you have been since messing arond with this n it should be normal.
    originally OTB 1.1.2 iPhone 4.6BL
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    now blackra1n'd 3.1.2

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    Glad to hear that my fumbling around paid of for more people than just me, but surely there should be an easier way? Hopefully the hack will be updated to allow for easy editing and re-editing of ALL settings in Cellular Data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_16 View Post
    Glad to hear that my fumbling around paid of for more people than just me, but surely there should be an easier way? Hopefully the hack will be updated to allow for easy editing and re-editing of ALL settings in Cellular Data.
    The editing of the apn settings has nothing todo with the hack. It's a setting in the ipcc (carrier.plist) file. Either you know how todo it or you read through the hundreds of posts about how to create your own carrier file.

    //Rob
    Last edited by N0B0DY; 06-30-2009 at 10:26 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smirkis View Post
    i think the battery issue is you guys testing n testing n testing then noticing less battery life. stop using your phones as much as you have been since messing arond with this n it should be normal.
    I just sent 3 mms and received 2. I doubt that those 5 mms would cause the batterylife to decrease in half. Maybe there is some memory leak or something polling that drain the iPhones battery.

    //Rob
    Last edited by N0B0DY; 06-30-2009 at 10:25 PM.

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    For all of you, that have trouble showing cellular data network in settings, read the post from N0B0DY, it worked for me!

    Thanks N0B0DY

    Quote Originally Posted by N0B0DY View Post
    You have to edit the carrier.plist file. Read this topic how to do it.

    To install ipcc profiles with iTunes you have to change iTunes settings. For PC and Mac.

    You might also want to try going to help.BenM.at - Mobileconfigs für dein iPhone | BenM.at with you iphone and installing the mobileconfig file for your provider.

    //Rob

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    Did someone see that when iam installing MMS path (ActivateMMS2G) in statistic we can read: Downloading: 339.3kB - Disk Using 671.5MB!!!! Why is so big ? Mayby that why is problem with battery! I had to uninstall this pack cuz battery was 50% worse!!! After removing it back to normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N0B0DY View Post
    I used my own ipcc file. VisualVoicemailServiceName is set to none. VoicemailPilotNumber is set to my mailbox.

    I will see if it gets any better or I have to install mobileterminal and check what is running. Does syslog list all errors?

    //Rob
    I've just created a carrier bundle and mms seems to be working ok. It remains to be seen if the battery will last as long as it used before the mms stuff. I have already installed mobile terminal and didn't notice any unusual processes eating up processor power. That's why i initially thought about the gsm transceiver trying to communicate to the network as this is not detectable in the OS by checking the processes.

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    i have only found one problem when i installed mms thingy my gmail does update anymore when i used wifi but it works fine over edge ....

    anyone else having this problem???


 

 

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