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    Ok i may get flamed for this but just wanted some clarification.

    In the same way that a .ipcc file is updated in iTunes, can the same be done with any other files?

    For example replacing system sounds etc? Simply name the file correctly to replace the existing one?

    Just a thought that may be rubbish, lol

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    I highly doubt it, give it a try!
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    i don't really understand the question.
    i get the part about the ipc's updating.. but you want other files to update..? update how? update what?

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    Well not so much "update" as such, but when updating the .ipcc, the original must be overwritten by the new file, so would this work for any other files?

    For example, if i had a message tone and it was named the same as the one already on the phone, would using this method swap it out for the new one?

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    No. If it worked with updating in iTunes it would mean that Apple themselves would have to write the code to support this. Seeing as Apple doesnt support jailbreaking, and jailbreaking is the only way to change your tones - i don't see Apple writing this into iTunes
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