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Thread: Need help > changing T-mobile carrier settings

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    Default Need help > changing T-mobile carrier settings
    i wanted to get some t-mobile carrier features such as checking VM, minutes, etc.

    So I followed this link: http://limitededitioniphone.com/chan...-your-carrier/

    This is where I get lost. How do you transfer those files from the pack ? What software? Also, which system folder are you transferring these files to?

    Thanks for your help.

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    You'll have to ssh them onto your phone. I don't know what to use for the pc, but for mac you can use cyberduck...

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    appreciate the answer. what is SSH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuneologist View Post
    appreciate the answer. what is SSH?
    New to the iPhone community? SSH is the method we use to access our file system.

    You need either CyberDuck (mac) or WinSCP (windows) and have OpenSSH installed in installer (under the system catorgory).
    Then to log in you use you iPhone's IP address as the sever address, the username as root and password as alpine. Make sure your logging under the SFTP protocol and not FTP.

    Hope it helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt4iphones View Post
    New to the iPhone community? SSH is the method we use to access our file system.

    You need either CyberDuck (mac) or WinSCP (windows) and have OpenSSH installed in installer (under the system catorgory).
    Then to log in you use you iPhone's IP address as the sever address, the username as root and password as alpine. Make sure your logging under the SFTP protocol and not FTP.

    Hope it helps.
    Matt, yes i'm new. new and excited.

    I suppose thats ought to get me started. is it alright to p.m you if i have any questions?

    does anyone know if theres a guide on this forum to do this?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuneologist View Post
    Matt, yes i'm new. new and excited.

    I suppose thats ought to get me started. is it alright to p.m you if i have any questions?

    does anyone know if theres a guide on this forum to do this?

    thanks
    Yeah, you can PM.

    Was what I said not enough help?
    Umm, if you either search the forum or just do a Google search you'll find a guide. Took me a while to get the hang of it. It something you have to understand and SSHing will become easy.
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