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    Default Tmobile carrier settings patch and deleted cellular data network
    I have a 3g w/ 3.1.3 fw.I for some reason decided to try the patch . I surely regret it as now I have no Network. I downloaded the "CCPatch.jav4.4ALL4.deb" file and installed through ssh.
    I am having problems now and need to delete it. I can't seem to find it through ssh or cydia. 3 questions: how do I fully delete this file and How do I get back the cellular data network tab? and what path to use (ssh) so I can see the what the proper files belong in the network settings? This way I can compare w/ my other 3g.

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    Your best bet is to just restore and start over if you cant find the file through ssh'ing your device or Cydia.

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    ^Uninstall the patch thru Cydia / Manage / Packages / Program Name (CCPatch ....) / Modify / Uninstall. Afterwards, reboot and everything should back the way it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mes View Post
    ^Uninstall the patch thru Cydia / Manage / Packages / Program Name (CCPatch ....) / Modify / Uninstall. Afterwards, reboot and everything should back the way it was.
    Its always easier when you know where to find the file

    I figured he tried that already since he said he couldnt find it in Cydia

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihappy View Post
    Its always easier when you know where to find the file
    The Cydia / uninstall process does at least 3 important things:
    1) removes the file(s)
    2) restores the original files
    3) clean up and other housekeeping chores

    All are necessary to get back to normal.
    It's always best to use Cydia to uninstall a program previously installed with Cydia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mes View Post
    The Cydia / uninstall process does at least 3 important things:
    1) removes the file(s)
    2) restores the original files
    3) clean up and other housekeeping chores

    All are necessary to get back to normal.
    It's always best to use Cydia to uninstall a program previously installed with Cydia.
    I totally agree with you. I have never had a problem uninstalling stuff I dont want or need on Cydia

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    Me too . Cydia (an awesome utility) is really just a sophisticated front-end to dpkg (Debian Packaging System).
    However, during development I usually manually install/uninstall with dpkg. Does the same thing only faster and without the added overhead.

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    If it makes any difference I installed the patch through SSH Auto Install. The file is not listed in Cydia packages.

    Edit: I updated the sources in Cydia to include the original patch source. But, The only patch that comes up is a new one for 4.0. Thats why I can't find it in Cydia Packages.

    Found something in Private/Var/Lib/Apt/lists

    Package: com.d23.wortel
    Version: 4.3.3-1
    Section: d23's Packages
    Maintainer: Gaston M (d23) <[email protected]>
    Pre-Depends: firmware (>= 4.0)
    Architecture: iphoneos-arm
    Filename: ./deb/wortel433.deb
    Size: 32086
    MD5sum: 809196e6b7c78fb07f2ac2c7d73b0dbc
    Description: This patch CommCenter or iOS up to 4.3.3.
    Name: CommCenter Patch 4.3.3
    Author: Gaston M (d23) <[email protected]>
    Sponsor: Pepsi <http://www.pepsi.com>
    Depiction: http:/cydia.d23.com.uy/wortel
    Homepage: http://cydia.d23.com.uy/

    and this under another line

    rigin: d23's Cydia Repo
    Label: d23's Repo
    Suite: stable
    Version: 1.0
    Codename: d23.com.uy
    Architectures: iphoneos-arm
    Components: main
    Description: Gaston M (d23) Cydia Repo

    It seems I installed the patch for 4.0 fw or this is the source in Cydia. With this info where can I go from here?
    Last edited by UltraFast; 2011-07-17 at 03:59 PM.

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    Because it was a deb file it should be listed and Cydia or dpkg -l should list it if it was installed.

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    Got it back running correctly. I had to transfer "carrier bundles" from my other phone to the broke one. I couldn't of done it with being able to open up both phones simultaneously in SSH. I kept comparing files back and forth till I found a missing file. Somehow this file was deleted when I installed the "patch". None the less, it's working good again. Thank You all

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    Congrats. Glad it's working.
    Even though the original source repo was missing, it's still wierd the file was not listed

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