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    Default [UPDATED FOR 3GS] iPhone 3GS and OS 3.0 Mega Sticky - READ ME OR DIE A HORRIBLE DEATH

    You're excited about iPhone 3.0 software and the shiny text on the back of your iPhone 3GS, so it's natural just to press random buttons on your screen and just make new threads, without reading what has already been said. You've got something to say and damn them all, you're going to say it.

    But to help streamline the discussion, we've already gone to the trouble of making a few new threads for you. Rather than creating a new topic, try posting your question or comment in one of the threads below:

    iPhone 3GS - for cool kids with compasses and voice control
    Help and Support
    Run into problems or need some help with iPhone 3GS? Use the threads below. If your thread is with regard to a specific carrier use the appropriate thread for your carrier:
    General | Telstra | Optus & Resellers | Vodafone | Three

    General Discussion
    Want to showcase the awesome feature you've found or shoot the breeze about how insanely great your new 3GS is? Use one of the threads below:
    General | Telstra | Optus & Resellers | Vodafone | Three

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    iPhone 3.0 Software - used on iPhone and iPhone 3G
    Help and Support
    Run into problems or need some help with iPhone 3.0? Use the threads below. If your thread is with regard to a specific carrier use the appropriate thread for your carrier:
    General | Telstra | Optus & Resellers | Vodafone | Three

    General Discussion
    Want to showcase the awesome feature you've found or shoot the breeze about how insanely great 3.0 is? Use one of the threads below:
    General | Telstra | Optus & Resellers | Vodafone | Three

    Enabling Tethering on 3.0
    Forum user fulltimecasual came across an awesome site to help configure tethering and wrote a handy thread on how to do it yourself: Enable tethering for noobs
    Last edited by Exocet; 25th June 2009 at 11:26 PM.

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