Having trouble making sense of unlocked GSM phones, SIM cards, and unlocking/jailbreaking US phones for travel to Iceland. Please help. [more inside]
posted by ImproviseOrDie
on Jul 17, 2012 -
roadtrip time. I have an unlocked iphone and need a prepaid sim card. which one should I choose? [more inside]
posted by krautland
on May 8, 2012 -
I am new to an apple developer website.
I have register to a apple developer website and paid $99.
I downloaded IOS 5 beta for iPad 2 GSM and iTunes Beta.
After with all the downloads and installations, When I plug iPad to Itunes beta by wire, It says I have to register the device in apple developer site.
I went to the site and tried everything to find a page where I can register the device and couldn't find it.
Since I am new, please explain to me how to register my device in simple way thanks
posted by omaralarifi
on Jun 12, 2011 -
My husband and I are visiting Korea soon. Is the famous WiFi in Korea ubiquitous enough to use his iPhone 4 for web browsing and Skype? We're also renting an SKTelecom cellphone, but we'd like to use the iPhone for data-related tasks and travel apps. Is it just a matter of his iPhone jumping on any Wifi network (without incurring any roaming charges)? We're coming from the US (AT&T), and staying in Jeju and Seoul. [more inside]
posted by yeoja
on Apr 10, 2011 -
Help me get my hands on a cell phone that will work in Sweden, before I leave! GSM, SIM, micro-SIM, iPhones, oh my. [more inside]
posted by mokudekiru
on Dec 28, 2010 -
Why (and what) is my iPhone transmitting while switched off? My (Australian bought, legitimately carrier-unlocked, T-Mobile-SIM'd) iPhone 3GS is switched off (hold down top button, swipe red switch on screen) but connected to wall power and sitting on top of a poorly shielded computer speaker. Almost exactly at 5:00am it uttered the characteristic "dit dit de-dit dit de-dit dit de-dit" of a GSM phone chatting to a cell tower.
I switched it off
ffs, the GSM radio shouldn't be active! What is it sending to the tower and why? [more inside]
posted by m1ndsurfer
on Dec 25, 2009 -
It's the buzz buzz buzz in the drum of the ear, or, making my amplifier a tinfoil hat to stop GSM noises from my phone. [more inside]
posted by Halle
on Sep 23, 2009 -
What is the best flat calling rate pan-European GSM SIM card for temporary use? Two people with iPhone 2G (iPhone1,1) quad band unlocked phones will be in Europe for one month. We want voice and SMS only, not GPRS data, and the ability to add credit to either phone by scratch cards... [more inside]
posted by thewalrus
on Aug 11, 2009 -
Why is my iPhone (3g) suddenly making a new and totally different kind of buzzing into my cheap speakers in additional to the good old GSM buzz I'm used to? Here is the sound
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posted by Space Coyote
on Jan 8, 2009 -
Electricity and Magnetism geeks - help me! I would like to stop the GSM interference from my iPhone to my speakers with ferrite chokes. I imagine a bit of information would help me get the best ones... [more inside]
posted by twiggy
on Aug 11, 2008 -
Got a lead on some decent-sounding, not-outrageously-pricey speakers that are shielded from GSM buzz? [more inside]
posted by evariste
on Apr 10, 2008 -
How can I make the damn GSM clicking from my iphone stop attacking my baby monitor? [more inside]
posted by brent_h
on Jan 5, 2008 -