AT&T Service modified via Hackers improves information pace efficiency

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Modified iPhone update carrier created by hackers for iPhone 5 T-Mobile users last week is now has been released for AT&T users as well. Settings  offered by AT&T  have several disadvantages for the iPhone 5 found on the network via the Carrier Update. These faults or disadvantages only benefit the company because they limit the user not to use the maximum bandwidth available on-site coverage.

 

“This hack enables Release 9 DC-HSPA+ on the iPhone 5 and iPad 3, 4, and mini as well as enhancing LTE data and signal. Though AT&T is limited to HSPA+ 21, the device itself becomes more open to an increased amount of bandwidth thus allowing for better throughput of data and data connection. This is very convinient for users in areas that don’t yet have LTE coverage.”

This file also has a correction to a problem that exists for many users since Apple release the new iPhone for T-Mobile as everyone knows runs in other bands.
I use the Hack version for T-Mobile and at least in Puerto Rico where I have signal improvement for I saw I will use this to try. All these changes are reversible and in no danger of modifying the file.
The instructions to make this change are similar to previous T-Mobile. The creator claims that this works for the iPad too and here you have them for both teams;

iPhone 5 users:

 

  • Connect your iPhone 5 to iTunes and make him a backup so you do not miss anything.
  • Download the “Carrier Update” modified from here.
  • We will enable iTunes to allow Carrier Bundles are installed. (This function disable Apple makes several versions).
  • Windows users, open Command Prompt and write from cd on. (Choose your version if 64bit or 32bit)
  • 64 bit: cd “C: Program Files (x86) iTunes” and then writes: iTunes.exe / setPrefInt carrier-testing 1
  • 32 bit: cd “C: Program FilesiTunes” and then writes: iTunes.exe / setPrefInt carrier-testing 1
  • Mac users open the Terminal and write: defaults write com.apple.iTunes carrier-testing-bool true
  • After you have done step 7 or 8 depending on your operating system where they have iTunes, go to iTunes itself and where it says “Check for Update” will tighten this option holding the ALT key if you are on Mac or SHIFT if you are in PC. Dialog appears “Browse” seeks Update Carrier modified file you downloaded. This will apply the update.
  • Re-start your iPhone.

For iPad users:

 

  • Connect your iPhone 5 to iTunes and make him a backup so you do not miss anything.
  • Download the “Carrier Update” modified from here.
  • We will enable iTunes to allow Carrier Bundles are installed. (This function disable Apple makes several versions).
  • Windows users, open Command Prompt and write from cd on. (Choose your version if 64bit or 32bit)
  • 64 bit: cd “C: Program Files (x86) iTunes” and then writes: iTunes.exe / setPrefInt carrier-testing 1
  • 32 bit: cd “C: Program FilesiTunes” and then writes: iTunes.exe / setPrefInt carrier-testing 1
  • Mac users open the Terminal and write: defaults write com.apple.iTunes carrier-testing-bool true
  • After you have done step 7 or 8 depending on your operating system where they have iTunes, go to iTunes itself and where it says “Check for Update” will tighten this option holding the ALT key if you are on Mac or SHIFT if you are in PC. Dialog appears “Browse” seeks Update Carrier modified file you downloaded. This will apply the update.
  • Re-start your iPhone.

[via iTweakiOS)]

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