Change carrier name on iPhone, Cellular iPad is quite interesting, that’s creates fun or prank in your friends and family group. For that you don’t need jailbreak device or without jailbreak we can change carrier logo, which we want set all time at the place where you are showing official carrier names like Verizon, Vodafone, AT&T, Sprint and many other in the different countries. That’s not carrier dependent, right! So below steps equal for all the iPhone and iOS version’s users who want custom carrier name with no jailbreak.
For that, I recommended without jailbreak method, although very beautiful Cydia tweaks available in store if you have jailbroken device then go for it.
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Steps for change carrier name on iPhone, iPad: set carrier logo
#1 Download Carrier Editor, install on Mac.
#2 Next, in your iPhone Go to the Settings > General > About > Carrier (Version). Note only carrier code and use it in setup. Next, Select device type and Country name.
#4 Then, click on Compile carrier Update (.ipcc).
Now you need to make those changes in to your iPhone, that’s possible only through restore from iTunes. That’s it. Connect your iPhone to iTunes using lightning cable.
Next, Tap on restore iPhone from iTunes summery page. (Don’t choose old backup, please select only .ipcc file created by carrier editor saved on desktop by default)
More help, Watch video tutorial on update/ Change carrier name on iPhone
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