Posts Tagged ‘iphone’

iOS 8.0 releases today

September 18th, 2014 4 comments

It has been a while since the Beta’s came out but first non-beta of iOS8 releases today to the public. As always still works with iOS8 and people shouldn’t have any issues with using it. does not jailbreak/crack/hack or anything your iPhone. It sets APN (Data Settings) on your iPhone when the ability is hidden when using third party SIM Cards . If your iPhone is Carrier locked , will not Carrier unlock your iPhone. We use a standard  API to set the APN  Settings as documented by Apple.

Over the last 6 months we have added/changed a large number of Carriers and have around 1000 Carriers listed from around the world. These carrier settings sometimes change so let me know if any of the settings need changing (and let me know what the changes are)

If you are interested in advertising on please contact me. We have over 60000 unique iPhone users per day visiting us . A great opportunity if you want to get your product/idea/message across to these users.

Oh yea.. the iPhone 6/6+ has been released!!

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Kogan Mobile – Enabling iMessage/Facetime

December 21st, 2012 22 comments

I have been emailed this from a Kogan Mobile User on how to enable iMessage/Facetime. This is needed (at the moment) as the default SMSC will not allow the iMessage activation message to go thru on the iPhone.

1. Disable iMessage under Settings/Messages
2. Dial *#5005*7672# and make a note of what the SMSC is set to at the moment
3. Dial **5005*7672*+61418706700# to set Telstra’s SMSC
4. Dial *#5005*7672# to make sure it changed.
5. Enable iMessage under Settings/Messages
6. Dial **5005*7672*thenumberyouwrotedowninstep2# (or you won’t be able to send)
6. Reboot phone (If needed)

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Kogan Mobile Australia

December 19th, 2012 4 comments

A new carrier has arrived in Australia just recently. They are known as Kogan Mobile (http:// . They are a MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) via Telstra thus the iPhone just sets the Telstra Mobile Settings when you use one of their sims (which are incorrect for Kogan Mobile).

I have added a Profile to Enable Data but MMS Settings are not possible to set.

It also seems that the iMessage/Facetime activation number does not work via Kogan Mobile so it is not possible to activate FaceTime/iMessage.

Update: I have been told (it may not work with all iPhones/versions of software) you can dial ” *5005*86*141# ” and this will allow the voice mail button to work (if you have voicemail enabled). This makes the iPhone dial 141 for voicemail instead of the default 101 which Telstra use.

Settings MMS Settings

September 16th, 2012 3 comments

About 1/4 of my emails from people are basically the same. How come my MMS is not working or they can’t send Picture Messages.

The Reason for his?

Apple gives no way of Settings MMS Settings via any Automated Process and if you cannot edit them by hand then there is no way of settings the MMS Settings. APN Data settings are 100% possible to do via an automated process.

There is the “Sim Swap” method as describe at but this may only work on the iPhone 4S and with iOS 6 I’ve been told the method no longer works.

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