New T-Mobile iPhone Carrier Bundle is Available for Download

New T-Mobile iPhone Carrier Bundle is Available for Download

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The new iPhone carrier bundle update for T-Mobile that enables AWS LTE and additional features, is now available for download, according to TMONews.

Apple and T-Mobile have just now pushed the Carrier Bundle (ipcc) that enables T-Mobile LTE for the iPhone 5 (and just enables general service for all the other iPhones). If you have an iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, this update will be available to you by going to the About Phone page in Settings.

A direct download to the iOS 6.1 ipcc is here.

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New T-Mobile iPhone Carrier Bundle is Available for Download
Eazy$ - April 21, 2013 at 10:10am
I have an iPhone 4, and originally used the ultrasn0w unlock after jailbreaking to use my T-Mobile service when I first purchased it. I'm still on iOS 5.0.1, and would really like to upgrade to the new iOS 6x (whatever the new one is). Originally I had problems with the ultrasn0w, and switched to a GEVEY SIM unlock, which I currently use now. My question to any of the more experienced users is, considering all the current problems with the recent T-Mobile Carrier Bundle, what would be the safest & easiest way for me to upgrade my settings?? Should I do away with the GEVEY, and just download the T-Mobile software with my original SIM tray? Or should I just use a new jailbreak & unlock method to safely upgrade to iOS 6? I know this seems confusing, but I've just always been very skeptical to upgrade my iOS in fear of losing my baseband, and therefore, losing my jailbreak and/or unlock. Thank you very much to anyone that can give me sound advice for this dilemma. Seems like the T-Mobile Carrier Bundle has some kinks to work out, and will probably take a few more iterations to get everything right and functioning properly. Also, I have all my SHSH blobs saved in Cydia & TinyUmbrella, if that helps at all.
BG - April 14, 2013 at 2:41am
I succeed in downgrading my 4S carrier from tmobiles pushed update of 14.1 back to 14.0 tonight. It was a bit of a pain since downgrading removed my ability to modify my APN settings which basically removed all data service from my phone. To solve this tetherme APN settings is available on Cydia. Downloading this added the APN setting window back to my Cellular settings on my 4S. Also after adding the APN settings for T-mobile back into the phone, the old familiar hotspot button was back in the settings. Downgrading wasn't exactly simple but I can deal with 3G speed till they work this BS out. A dead battery by noon isn't worth a slight speed increase. Also the kids were not happy to see their iPods had no data in the car. PS the carrier bundle I found for my 4S was off my wifes iPhone 4, not 4S so they must be close enough to work.
rik - April 14, 2013 at 6:54pm
Hey BG would you be kind enough to tell me how did you downgrade from 14.1 to 14.0 , i am very unhappy with what tmobile did , i would like to revert back, any help would be appreciated.
MikeyP - April 11, 2013 at 10:06am
Can anyone tell me why my iPhone still says E? I have an iPhone 4 running 6.1 ---everything else is working fine, just that annoying "E" is there. Thanks!
6italia0 - April 10, 2013 at 7:40am
I'm on 6.1.2 on my iPhone 5 (jailbroken) and the update always pops up, the only reason I tapped update was because my iPhone stoppe saying 4G and said 3G instead, still getting 4G speeds though but still annoying, so I updated to 14.1, I have mywi 6 too so just waiting til June when utah gets LTE and I can finally utilize my unlimited data:)
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