Carrier Verizon 9.3 Carrier Setting out for WiFi Calling

Jumpie

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Ok, so this isn't technically a jailbreak, but if you are jailbroken and were waiting for VZW wifi calling, the ipcc is finally out on Apple's site. You can download it and manually update your carrier setting and enable wifi calling.
 

DigitalDawn

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I have an iPhone 6 on ios 8.1. I looked on the Apple site and couldn't find the info you mentioned. Will it work with 8.1?
 

Pd1

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Thanks, Applejuiced and Jumpie. I'm on 9.01 and Verizon on a jailbroken 6S. I manually installed the ipcc linked above (for Verizon), rebooted, but still don't see WiFi Calling under Phone in Settings. Is there another step I'm missing?
 
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Jumpie

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And to make it easier for those who dont feel like searching.
Verizon latest carrier settings with wifi calling:
http://appldnld.apple.com/ios9.2/ca...-9621-209A6F26CB70/Verizon_LTE_US_iPhone.ipcc

AT&T latest carrier settings with wifi calling:
http://appldnld.apple.com/iOS9.3/ca...D0C-11E5-947E-3111BE379832/ATT_US_iPhone.ipcc

VZW's is here: http://appldnld.apple.com/iOS9.3/ca...-83C4-862A5529DBDF/Verizon_LTE_US_iPhone.ipcc on 9.3

I would've posted it but i wasn't sure if i was allowed
 
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bufffilm

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Ifile doesn't do anything when I tap on it...any ideas?

I should add that I'm on 9.0.2...must I be on something later?
 

YDH

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Good to know I'm not the only one then...hopefully some one has an idea.
You need to use iTunes.

First, go to terminal to enable testing ipcc files by entering:

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

Then, with your iPhone connected to your computer and at the iTunes summary screen, hold alt and click update (do not actually update your iOS, be careful, or you'll lose the JB), and it should give you a screen to select an ipcc file. If you get prompted to update iOS, again, don't do that. Once at the file select screen, select the carrier update file (ipcc) you downloaded and you're set. It's very similar to restoring an old ipsw file, if that makes sense. However, without the terminal command, iTunes won't let you select an ipcc file.

Hope this helps!
 
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