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    iPhone: 3G 3.0
    Bundle Used: T-Mobile US - Postpaid/Flexpaid 1.0.7
    Voice Plan: FamilyPlan 1000
    Data Plan: None
    SMS: Unlimited Domestic Messaging for Families ($20)
    Time on T-Mobile: 4-5 years
    Last Plan Change: unknown
    Problem: There is no "Internet Tethering" option under Network. Everything else works fine.

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    [QUOTE=Dweller;4936757]iPhone: 3G 3.0
    Bundle Used: T-Mobile US - Postpaid/Flexpaid 1.0.7
    Voice Plan: FamilyPlan 1000
    Data Plan: None
    SMS: Unlimited Domestic Messaging for Families ($20)
    Time on T-Mobile: 4-5 years
    Last Plan Change: unknown
    Problem: There is no "Internet Tethering" option under Network. Everything else works fine.[/QUO

    Would it tether w/out a data plan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MREY View Post
    Would it tether w/out a data plan?
    I don't see why not. I would only have access to T-Zones WAP and any other accessible websites (mlb.com, anything under the blogdns.com domain), however.

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    does anyone know the right MMS UA Prof URL is for a legitatt iphone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum View Post
    does anyone know the right MMS UA Prof URL is for a legitatt iphone?
    The right one is used.

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    Default which bundle is the right one??
    I'm on a Family $59.99/month plan with T-Zones (APN epc.tmobile.com). I have a couple of questions:

    1) Which bundle should I use if I want tethering (I'm not particularly interested in MMS)?
    2) Is there a bundle that uses epc.tmobile.com as the APN for data? epc.tmobile.com is better than the WAP APN -- higher speed and lower latency
    3) If something goes wrong, is it easy to remove the bundle and return to the initial state without doing a restore? If so, how?

    Many thanks in advance!

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    I would think the first one would do it for a cause those are all the settings I'm currently using and I have no problems at all.
    The bundle was waaay easy to remove but it took a few reboots to get it started on one of my phones but like I said removal was a snap I removed it because I had just changed internet plans & didn't know if I had to change the bundle I was using I figured it would be quicker to remove and change apn then add it again later, I didn't have to a restore on either iPhone go to the first page in this thread Tmobile Postpaid/Flexpaid seems to be what you're looking for.
    Previous Bundle I used
    APN: internet2.voicestream.com
    MMS: wap.voicestream.com
    GroupModeEnabled: FALSE
    MMSC: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    MaxMessageSize: 1048576
    MaxVideoBitrate: 131072
    MaxRecipients: 10
    Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
    UAProf: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
    UserAgent: SonyEricssonW800i/R1L
    Version: 1.2
    First Bundle which Mirrors my current Tzones setup
    APN: epc.tmobile.com
    MMS: wap.voicestream.com
    GroupModeEnabled: FALSE
    MMSC: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    MaxMessageSize: 1048576
    MaxVideoBitrate: 131072
    MaxRecipients: 10
    Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
    UAProf: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
    UserAgent: SonyEricssonW800i/R1L
    Version: 1.2


    Hope that helps somewhat

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    Quote Originally Posted by MREY View Post
    The bundle was waaay easy to remove but it took a few reboots to get it started on one of my phones but like I said removal was a snap I removed it because I had just changed internet plans & didn't know if I had to change the bundle I was using I figured it would be quicker to remove and change apn then add it again later, I didn't have to a restore on either iPhone go to the first page in this thread Tmobile Postpaid/Flexpaid seems to be what you're looking for.
    Removal of the bundle is via Cydia?

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    yup
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    Quote Originally Posted by MREY View Post
    go to the first page in this thread Tmobile Postpaid/Flexpaid seems to be what you're looking for.
    First Bundle which Mirrors my current Tzones setup
    APN: epc.tmobile.com
    MMS: wap.voicestream.com
    GroupModeEnabled: FALSE
    MMSC: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    MaxMessageSize: 1048576
    MaxVideoBitrate: 131072
    MaxRecipients: 10
    Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
    UAProf: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf
    UserAgent: SonyEricssonW800i/R1L
    Version: 1.2
    SpookyET offers version 1.0.7 of these ipcc profiles through his blog. Is the version of t-mobile-us-postpaid_flexpaid.ipcc available through Cydia also version 1.0.7?

    Answer: same version
    Last edited by odysseus08; 09-08-2009 at 07:13 PM. Reason: answered question myself!

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    1.0.7 IS IN CYDIA I'm looking at it right now
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    I am still using the sidekick plan over my VPN. Can the sidekick bundle be used with my config? I have to connect to the VPN before using the web. Can the VPN function be used at the same time as the Tethering function? 2g iPhone 3.0. TIA

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    I don't see why not the VPN function should just be serving as the portal into the internet while the tethering is the actual connection
    so the Tether is the acutal House while the VPN is the front door into the house.
    My old IT guy use to use tethered connections on our VPN at my old firm when he was traveling told me it was no big deal that was back when he was using an old motorola as a dial in connection.
    Hope that helps and it can't hurt to try
    Last edited by MREY; 09-09-2009 at 10:01 AM. Reason: additional info
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    WARNING!

    iPhone OS 3.1 has new restrictions on which IPCCs it will accept. If you need this functionality, do not update to iPhone OS 3.1 without first reading (and understanding) the following explanation.

    Technical explanation: It would appear as though iPhone OS 3.1 will accept a new IPCC if it has a higher version number than the one installed on the phone. I have posted an ATT IPSW, version 15.0, which is identical to my 5.0 IPCC in every way other than version number. Try this with iPhone OS 3.1 to see if it enables tethering. To restore the IPCC which is included with iPhone OS 3.1, simply reinstall the 5.0 IPCC. (iPhone OS 3.1 will revert to the version bundled with the OS if you attempt to install one with a version number lower than what is bundled with the OS.)

    Source: iPhone-Dev.ca

    Quote Originally Posted by odysseus08 View Post
    Removal of the bundle is via Cydia?
    You cannot remove the bundle through Cydia. Those packages install in a different location. Instructions on how to remove an IPCC are in the first post.

    Quote Originally Posted by odysseus08 View Post
    SpookyET offers version 1.0.7 of these ipcc profiles through his blog. Is the version of t-mobile-us-postpaid_flexpaid.ipcc available through Cydia also version 1.0.7?

    Answer: same version
    All links point to the latest version as long as they were created by me no matter where they are.
    You don't need to uninstall a bundle if you change plans. Just install the one that matches your new plan. It will overwrite the old one.
    Last edited by SpookyET; 09-10-2009 at 02:53 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I've been using the T-mobile postpaid flexpaid 1.0.5 bundle for about two months and haven't updated to the 1.0.7 bundle because i haven't had problems. when the dev team releases an update for me to update to iphone 3.1, will it get rid of my bundle? if so, will the 1.0.7 bundle work?

    If neither of them work, can i still delete my ipcc and enter the settings manually?
    Last edited by lord ryttingham; 09-10-2009 at 03:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpookyET View Post
    You cannot remove the bundle through Cydia. Those packages install in a different location. Instructions on how to remove an IPCC are in the first post.
    If a bundle is installed through Cydia, it can be removed through Cydia, right?

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    That's where I'm confused cause I installed through cydia and thought I uninstalled the same way
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    Quote Originally Posted by geo411m View Post
    Here's the ipcc I made to work with the G1 data plan. It's the one I've been using on mine and my wife's phone. It uses epc.tmobile.com for both data and MMS, and it has the resolution fix. It has the data menu set to edit and all sub menus under phone are set to work with t-mobile.

    Edit: remove the .zip file extension to use.
    This includes tethering right?

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    I may have a dumb question, I may not. Since I updated to 3.0 I haven't been able to send MMS, I had no problem prior to the 3.0 update. I do have a 3g also. My question is, is there a new carrier bundle that I need to install along with 3.0 to make the mms work properly?

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    iPhone: 2G
    Bundle Used:N/A
    Voice Plan: myFaves for families 700
    Data Plan: G1 UNLDATA NO MSG
    SMS: Unlimited Domestic Messages for Families
    Time on T-Mobile: 36 months Approx.
    Last Plan Change: 9 months ago Approx
    Problem: What bundle do I need to install to get MMS? Thanks for your time.

    Never mind I tried the one setup for the G-1 and it worked fine, thanks geo411m
    Last edited by JTO76; 09-12-2009 at 08:06 AM. Reason: Found Answer

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