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    Hello everyone,

    I'm really happy with my newly unlocked iPhone 4 but one thing is bugging the "§%&§ out of me: whenever I call someone I get the "call forwarding active" pop-up. This is an old problem since the first iPhone generation but the previous solutions all didn't work for me:

    1) Any keycodes like ##002# did do nothing

    2) Any cydia fixes like "ForwardMSGFix" or "CallForwarding" from iFon1 did only work once but the pop up appears again after some time

    3) The only fix that worked is modifying the carrier.plist file found in /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/Unknown.bundle/ through SSH. Then, however, this somehow messes up my settings and when I try to open network preferences it takes longer than usual and doesn't show data network settings anymore.

    Anybody knows a working fix for iPhone 4 here? That would really be appreciated.



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    Quote Originally Posted by phinder View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I'm really happy with my newly unlocked iPhone 4 but one thing is bugging the "§%&§ out of me: whenever I call someone I get the "call forwarding active" pop-up. This is an old problem since the first iPhone generation but the previous solutions all didn't work for me:

    1) Any keycodes like ##002# did do nothing

    2) Any cydia fixes like "ForwardMSGFix" or "CallForwarding" from iFon1 did only work once but the pop up appears again after some time

    3) The only fix that worked is modifying the carrier.plist file found in /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/Unknown.bundle/ through SSH. Then, however, this somehow messes up my settings and when I try to open network preferences it takes longer than usual and doesn't show data network settings anymore.

    Anybody knows a working fix for iPhone 4 here? That would really be appreciated.
    See Twitlonger: Call Forwarding Messages NOW can be removed on iOS4.0 with a package on Cydia: ForwardMsgFix 4.0 You for an answer.
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    Works for me!!

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    thanks for the help guys but i cant seem to be able to add "iphone-Notes.de" as a cydia source? it gives an error saying it cant find the source

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    nevermind i find it through cydias "add more sources" menu


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    Default Just workd on 3GS with 4.0 and JBMe.com

    HI
    this fix is on the apt.iphone-storage.de and the name is "ForwardMsgFix 4.0"
    You need to reboot after and VOILA

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    So instead of posting a new thread I decided to bump this (hope u all don't mind) last night I got this to work on 4.2.1 without issue.

    U need to get wortel commcenter patch for 4.2.1 and then remove dependencies from the original messagefwdfix 4.0 and it will work. I'll upload it later for you guys.

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    A link to the wortel commcenter patch can be found on hackint0sh, see this thread http://www.hackint0sh.org/f127/191761.htm

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    No problem. Glad i can give back.

    This is the first time I'm doing a deb re-compilation. Thanks goes out to the maker of the package. All i did was remove dependencies from the control file so that we can use it alongside wortel's patch.

    With all that stated, is it ok to post a link like this:
    MessageFwdFix Modded deb

    It works for me. Only thing is that after using wortel, you may need to re-enter data network settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phinder View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I'm really happy with my newly unlocked iPhone 4 but one thing is bugging the "§%&§ out of me: whenever I call someone I get the "call forwarding active" pop-up. This is an old problem since the first iPhone generation but the previous solutions all didn't work for me:

    1) Any keycodes like ##002# did do nothing

    2) Any cydia fixes like "ForwardMSGFix" or "CallForwarding" from iFon1 did only work once but the pop up appears again after some time

    3) The only fix that worked is modifying the carrier.plist file found in /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/Unknown.bundle/ through SSH. Then, however, this somehow messes up my settings and when I try to open network preferences it takes longer than usual and doesn't show data network settings anymore.

    Anybody knows a working fix for iPhone 4 here? That would really be appreciated.



    hi everybody, from whom dont fix this problem yet i share with you the way how i fixit, i installed iblacklist and turn on in extras the option show call forwarding, (inverse, how at we the iphone show the message if you turn on "show call forwarding" in iblack list the message dissapear, weird but true) and respring or reset the iphone, sorry for my english and if i dont be more specific


 

 
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