How to Change Carrier Logo on iPhone using CustomCarrierLogo for Windows

There is a smart way you can customize carrier logo on your iOS device using CustomCarrierLogo for Windows. Let me show you how it's done the right way!

Customizing carrier logo on iPhone is made possible thanks to a neat software named CustomCarrierLogo for Windows. For those unfamiliar with this interesting software, It’s the sister software called CarrierEditor for Mac which allows you to change carrier logo on iPhone.

There are many folks who like personalizing the carrier logo. Though I’m not a big fan of it, I don’t mind trying it out just to add some personalization to my iPhone. Would you like to know how it works? Here you go!

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Change iPhone Carrier Logo

Note: Sprint users seem to be having a trouble. It ain’t working.

How to Customize Carrier Logo on iPhone

Step #1. Head over to this link to download CustomCarrierLogo on your Windows PC.

Step #2. Next, you need to run the file “CustomCarrierLog.exe.”

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Step #3. Now, click “Let’s get started.”

Launch CustomCarrierLog

Step #4. Now, it will ask the current version of the carrier running on your iPhone. You need to enter its name below “Current Carrier Version.”

Note: Just in case, you are not sure the name, open Settings → General About on your iPhone and check out the carrier version.

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Step #5. After this, enter the type of the device (iPad/iPhone) and then select the carrier type.

Step #6. You will see “Browse” button located at the black logo’s right side. Click it to select the logo of your choice → If you select a particular logo, click “Create IPCC Carrier Bundle” to build carrier update. A notification will appear when the IPCC file completes.

Change Carrier Logo on iPhone Without Jailbreaking

Step #7. Next up, you have to connect your iOS device to the PC and launch iTunes.

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Step #8. Open iTunes and then select your device from the top-right. (click on the name)

Step #9. When you see the Summary page in iTunes, hold Shift and press Restore iPhone… and select iPhone/iPad Carrier Configuration files (*.ipcc) from the drop list. In the browse window, choose the newly created .ipcc file (from desktop).

Select ipcc file

Step #10. Let iTunes finish the restore and your iPhone will reboot. Note that it’s not a full restore so you don’t have to worry about data. It stays intact.

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That’s it.

The carrier logo should now be replaced with your custom logo/text once your device is restarted.

Your Take?

So, this is the easiest way to customize the carrier logo on iOS device! Guessing you have already taken this interesting trick for a ride. Would you like to share your feedback about it? It would really be cool know it from you.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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