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Thread: Tweak to Prevent "Carrier Settings Update"

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    Question Tweak to Prevent "Carrier Settings Update"
    I can't seem to find a tweak that will disable the "Carrier Settings Update" notification that appears every time I visit the "About" section under General Settings. It sometimes appears at random while in the home screen.

    I use an iPhone 4, tethered 6.0.1, on baseband 4.11.08 that was unlocked during the SAM activation window back in April 2012. It is critical that I don't lose this unlock, so a tweak to disable this notification would be ideal.

    I installed "No Update" in the modmyi repository, but that seems to affect only OTA firmware update notifications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisemanleo View Post
    I can't seem to find a tweak that will disable the "Carrier Settings Update" notification that appears every time I visit the "About" section under General Settings. It sometimes appears at random while in the home screen.

    I use an iPhone 4, tethered 6.0.1, on baseband 4.11.08 that was unlocked during the SAM activation window back in April 2012. It is critical that I don't lose this unlock, so a tweak to disable this notification would be ideal.

    I installed "No Update" in the modmyi repository, but that seems to affect only OTA firmware update notifications.
    Back in April, did you call AT&T to get your phone factory unlocked? Your baseband is un-lockable unless its factory unlocked.

    I dont think there's a tweak to prevent carrier update. As long as you don't update your baseband, you shouldn't have nothing to worry about.
    Last edited by Southern128; 11-23-2012 at 07:08 AM.

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    Hey, the phone was purchased through Softbank (Japan), and they don't support unlocking.

    That said, I just updated my carrier settings a few moments ago. I can confirm that it did not update my baseband version, just the carrier version.

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    Carrier settings update can't update your baseband.

    Check out WW2 for iOS 8 - Widget-Weather 2.0

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