How to install Carrier bundle in Windows and Mac

This guide will solve your problem to grayed out carrier bundles when you are trying to enable support for carrier bundles in iTunes 8.2. You’ll notice if you try to update your iPhone carrier settings using the final version of iTunes 8.2 the .ipcc files are greyed out. In order to re-enabled access to these files you will need to follow the simple steps below. First half shows to Enable Carrier Bundle Support in iTunes 8.2 in Windows and the second half is for Mac OS X. Carrier bundle makes you able to enable iPhone Tethering on the 3.0 firmware.So if you are not ale to select custom carrier bundle or.ipcc file in your Mac or Windows computer perform the following steps and enjoy Tethering and MMS support on your iPhone 3G.

How to Enable Carrier Bundle Support in iTunes 8.2 in Windows.
Step 1: Quit iTunes

Step 2: Press Windows Key + R to open the run dialog. Enter in cmd then click OK

Step 3: Enter the following command into the Command Prompt window.

“C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunes.exe” /setPrefInt carrier-testing 1

Step 4: Connect your iPhone and click to launch iTunes from your Start Menu.

Step 5: Select your iPhone from the list of devices on the left then hold down the Shift key and click the Check for Updates button.

Step 6: Now you can now select your .ipcc file as it is not greyed out

How to Enable Carrier Bundle Support in iTunes 8.2 in Mac.

Step 1: Quit iTunes

Step 2: Click to launch Terminal from the dock or from the Applications:Utilities folder.

Step 3: Enter the following command into the Terminal window:

defaults write com.apple.iTunes carrier-testing -bool TRUE

Step 4: Connect your iPhone and click to launch iTunes from the dock.

Step 5: Select your iPhone from the list of devices on the left then hold down the Option key and click theCheck for Updates button.

Step 6: Now you can now select your .ipcc file as it is not greyed out

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