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iTunes keeps trying to update carrier settings
I used redsn0w yesterday to jailbreak my iPhone 3G to OS4. Now whenever I connect my phone to iTunes, it will give me this pop up "an update to your carrier settings is available. Would you like to update now?". I've already installed the update with no errors (since it said update successful), and restarted my phone after that, but it still gives me that pop up message every time I connect my phone to iTunes! Does anyone know what's going on here? I did have to restore a few times during the redsn0w jailbreak process, since I had the "backup restore was interrupted" error a few times, but now, other than the fact that whenever I restart my iPhone I have to go to settings and disable + re-enable wireless to get it to work (even if the wireless symbol is displayed, there's no connection), everything else works fine. Thanks.
iTunes: 126.96.36.199 (latest)
Had the same problem when I went from 3.1.3 to 4 on an unjailbroken, officially unlocked iPhone. I had to do a full restore rather than a software update.
This usually happens if you've upgraded the phone but have previously installed an unofficial .ipcc or MobileConfig onto the device. Did you do that? If so, have you uninstalled it?
Originally Posted by Celeste
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