This Hacked T-Mobile Carrier Update Brings Several Features And Improvements

Well T-Mobile users will be very happy to know that there is a new hacked carrier update brings a lot of features and improvements. This new update is created by the same folks who brought us that slew of carrier update hacks for Sprint, Verizon and AT&T iPhone models last summer.
The hacker says that this new update includes a variety of things like boosted data speeds and signal reception (depending on your location). It also adds several native T-Mobile features to your iPhone like the ability to view account balance, texts sent and other usage info…

Here's some features we were able to get our hands on: 
  • Ability to check account balance, minutes used, texts sent, and data usage from your iPhone
  • Ability to track shipments from T-Mobile from your iPhone
  • Ability to refill your prepaid account quickly and easily from your iPhone
  • Free/Unlimited HotSpot and Tethering
  • Boosted signal reception (greatly depends on area, coverage, and land features)
  • Boosted Data Speeds
  • Optimized QoS for overall data usage
  • Quicker LTE connection/reconnection time upon bootup or ending a call
  • Prioritization of LTE and DC-HSPA+/HSPA+ for weaker coverage areas
  • Ability to Edit more APN settings
  • LTE+ data indicator to represent T-Mobile’s new Wideband LTE network
  • IMS and VoLTE Capabilities enabled
  • Quicker message send time (instant on LTE)
  • Fixed bugs and enhanced HSPA+ network QoS
  • Fix to any text and picture messaging issues
  • Fix to any iMessaging issues
In order to get this nice update on your carrier, you must be jailbroken of course and the above features depend on your location and your model. Additionally, there’s no guarantees you’ll see significant improvement in your device’s performance—your success will depend on various factors.

It’s also worth mentioning that the process for installing this new hacked carrier update seems far more complex than previous versions, so it’s definitely not for the faint of heart. But if you’re feeling froggy, go ahead and leap. Joe has a full step-by-step tutorial and video walkthrough over at iTweakiOS.


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