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    Default iOS 4 a d push notifications.
    Has anyone got push notifications on t mobile in iPhone 4.0? I am about to upgrade...

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    i just did the easiest trick to get push notifications by using an AT&T sim card(in service or out of service). restore the iPhone with the AT&T sim card inside with either a legit iOS4 FW or a custom one from Pwnage Tool. after the boot it should say "waiting for activation, it make take some time". JB w/ redsn0w or if you used pwnage tool make sure you uncheck the activate box. make sure you still have the AT&T sim card inside then install ultrasn0w(make sure you turn off 3G before you intall). while it's rebooting take off the AT&T sim card and pop your T-Mobile sim card in. once it's done rebooting you should get a pop-up that says "iPhone has been activated". test push notifications with AIM or anyother push apps.

    i must say that the push in iOS4 is much more reliable and better because you actually get the sound now...and it's pretty consistent too and no-battery drain i guess?
    Last edited by Alveezy; 2010-06-24 at 04:02 AM.

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    i tried installing push dr and it made my phone go crazy. pushfix works great though but it's not free.

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    It's working on my phone with push dr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alveezy View Post
    i just did the easiest trick to get push notifications by using an AT&T sim card(in service or out of service). restore the iPhone with the AT&T sim card inside with either a legit iOS4 FW or a custom one from Pwnage Tool. after the boot it should say "waiting for activation, it make take some time". JB w/ redsn0w or if you used pwnage tool make sure you uncheck the activate box. make sure you still have the AT&T sim card inside then install ultrasn0w(make sure you turn off 3G before you intall). while it's rebooting take off the AT&T sim card and pop your T-Mobile sim card in. once it's done rebooting you should get a pop-up that says "iPhone has been activated". test push notifications with AIM or anyother push apps.

    i must say that the push in iOS4 is much more reliable and better because you actually get the sound now...and it's pretty consistent too and no-battery drain i guess?
    Holy crap...
    I was skeptical, but this worked like a charm!
    No more Push Doctor + 50 dependencies in Cydia.
    Thank you so, so, so much!


    EDIT: Just for reference, here is what I used: An out of service AT&T SIM. iPhone 3G(S). iOS4. T-Mobile USA.
    Last edited by BetweenBlue; 2010-06-30 at 02:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetweenBlue View Post
    Holy crap...
    I was skeptical, but this worked like a charm!
    No more Push Doctor + 50 dependencies in Cydia.
    Thank you so, so, so much!
    no problem...and your welcome!

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    i did the same thing but it didn't work until I turned Push Notification off and reabled it. Now it works just fine like my 3g factory unlocked, push notify right away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alveezy View Post
    i just did the easiest trick to get push notifications by using an AT&T sim card(in service or out of service). restore the iPhone with the AT&T sim card inside with either a legit iOS4 FW or a custom one from Pwnage Tool. after the boot it should say "waiting for activation, it make take some time". JB w/ redsn0w or if you used pwnage tool make sure you uncheck the activate box. make sure you still have the AT&T sim card inside then install ultrasn0w(make sure you turn off 3G before you intall). while it's rebooting take off the AT&T sim card and pop your T-Mobile sim card in. once it's done rebooting you should get a pop-up that says "iPhone has been activated". test push notifications with AIM or anyother push apps.

    i must say that the push in iOS4 is much more reliable and better because you actually get the sound now...and it's pretty consistent too and no-battery drain i guess?
    thank you so much! it worked on my 3G running 3.1.3 (tmobile) you are the best

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