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    Default [Pwnage 2.0] Should I let iTunes install new "carrier settings"?

    Hello -

    I used Pwnage 2.0 last night to get OS 2.0 running on my first-gen iPhone (T-mobile unlocked).

    Everything's working great - AppStore, MobileMe, Mail, etc.

    But, every time I plug the phone into my PC, iTunes pops-up the following:

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    An update to the carrier settings for your iPhone is available.
    Would you like to download it now?
    I'm afraid to answer "Yes", in case it will break things (because I'm on T-mobile - I'm afraid it will install "AT&T" (incompatible) settings).

    But, it's annoying to have this pop-up every time I connect to iTunes.

    Does anyone know for sure if it is safe to answer "Yes" if you are using your phone with a non-official carrier?

    Thanks,

    - Paulb



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    I read about it on the Ispazio.net forum ( if you can read italian you can read it yourself : http://www.spaziocellulare.com/ispaz...-2g/#more-6513 ) . You can click yes, it's harmless.
    Pakal

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    Thanks for your reply!

    I went ahead and clicked "Download and Update". iTunes then gave me an immediate error message:

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    iTunes could not check for an update to the carrier settings for your iPhone.  An unknown error occurred (1630).
    It does this every time I try (I still get the "carrier settings" pop-up when I plug-in my iPhone, and I get this error message if I click "Download and Update").

    It would be nice if I could get rid of the pop-up - it's annoying!

    - Paulb

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    Quote Originally Posted by oz_paulb View Post
    Thanks for your reply!

    I went ahead and clicked "Download and Update". iTunes then gave me an immediate error message:

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    iTunes could not check for an update to the carrier settings for your iPhone.  An unknown error occurred (1630).
    It does this every time I try (I still get the "carrier settings" pop-up when I plug-in my iPhone, and I get this error message if I click "Download and Update").

    It would be nice if I could get rid of the pop-up - it's annoying!

    - Paulb
    Same here, very annoying

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    Hey, I get this error too .. it's REALLY annoying!!

    Is there any way to get rid of this constant nagging?? eg. Stop iTunes from asking me if I want to update the carrier settings? (forcing it not to check)

    I'm on Orange UK here using 2.0 customised firmware on the v1 iPhone
    Last edited by crisb; 07-21-2008 at 02:26 PM. Reason: Bit more info!


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    Indeed
    Annoying
    USA 1.1.2 OTB iPhone - UK User (Vodafone)
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    I've got the same issue, I wonder if it would be possible to update the carrier setting manually, and if iTunes would then notice it. I assume they are just adding more phone number formating options as they prepare to expand the launch into new countries.

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    same problem here. anyone know what this is actually updating?

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    Hey Guys,

    here are my observation on a 1st Gen iPhone and this 1630 error ...

    I just went ahead an inserted a TMobile Germany Prepaid Sim Card in the iPhone ...and you donīt get the Error 1630 anymore ... another interesting thing I noticed was that the Settings Tab for the GPRS Settings dissapears complety when you use a Apple contracted Mobile Carrier like TMobile is here in Germany ... You canīt change the GPRS Settings at all anymore ... with the TMobile Sim inserted ...

    Once I switched the Sim back to my O2 sim I get the download request and error in iTunes again ... and oh wonder in the Settings you can edit the GPRS settings the TAB is back and you can select it ... now I tried manually setting up the GPRS Settings ... but that does not change a thing for the Error Message .... So there must be somethin in the 2.0 software that wil recognize if you are using the contracted Mobile Provider or not .

    Aswell I have noticed that the formatting of phone numbers is all f+++++ up ... no () anymore ... just the plain numbers .... this did work with the 1.1.4 without any localization fix .. so there is something fishy going on in the background with the 2.0 ...

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    same Problem with Wind in Italy hope they find a fix soon.


 

 
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