5 Steps To Disable iPhone 3Gs OS 3.0 GPRS or Edge Connection
Update: For Maxis users who installed it and worked previously, but currently it stops working, read the latest post here
Previous we’ve mentioned how to disable iPhone 3G GPRS or Edge connection in 5 steps. However, it only works for iPhone OS 2.0.
If you’ve upgraded your iPhone to OS 3.0, the previous tips to disable GPRS or Edge connection will not be working anymore because “Cellular Data Network” setting can’t be found under “Network” setting.
Thus, there’s no way for iPhone OS 3.0 users to configure APN username and password.
No fear. We’ve found an effective solution to disable GPRS or Edge connection for iPhone OS 3.0 with 5 simple steps.
(Note: This solution requires Internet connection. You may use GPRS, Edge, Wi-Fi or 3G connection to make this works. It only requires very minimum data from Internet)
- Run “Safari” on your iPhone.
- Visit iPhoneNoData.com
- Tap the “Disable Edge/3G”
- Tap “Install”
- Tap “Install Now” to confirm
That’s it! No more auto GPRS/Edge connection when you accidently tap on “Safari”.
You can double check this function by tapping “General” and scroll down to view a new profile as below print screen.
You can also simply uninstall it to enable your GPRS/Edge/3G connection by tapping “General – Profile – Remove”
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