20 Most Recent Apple iPhone Smartphone - Page 4 Questions & Answers


The iPhone's capacitive touch screen doesn't have the concept of calibration.
To fix the problem you're experiencing, I suggest trying each of the following options:
  1. Hard reset of the phone by holding the Home and Sleep buttons for 10 seconds.
  2. "Reset All Settings" from Settings ? General ? Reset.
  3. "Erase All Content and Settings" from Settings ? General ? Reset.
  4. If your phone is still under warranty or covered by AppleCare, bring it to Apple and they will repair or replace it for you.
  5. If not covered, then there are guides for replacing the front panel (first-gen iPhone), which contains the digitizer.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Mar 16, 2017


If you are using itunes for windows and have synced your contacts with Windows address books and your contact list is now filles with all of your contacts email addresses, here is a quick way to delete your address book at once.

create 2 empty text files on your desktop and rename them to

AddressBookimages.sqlitedb

and

AddressBook.sqlitedb

copy/overwrite these empty files into " /var/root/Library/AddressBook" folder, using "Ibrickr"

this will empty your contacts list, since all contacts are stored in those two files.
* This wont take effect untill you restart your phone

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Mar 07, 2017


If you want print out few text messages then you can take the screen shots and email the pictures to your computer for printing or simply AirPrint the screenshots. You might also consider third party apps like iPubsoft iPhone Backup Extractor to print out your text messages. This article discussion worth a look:
How to Print Text Messages from iPhone 5C 5S 5 4S 4 on Mac PC

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Mar 03, 2017


  • Ok I found the solution to this problem. This is what worked for me.
  • Apparently the problem lies in a hidden folder called  .MISC under
  • SSH/MobileFinder to Media/DCIM/ 
  •  (if you are using MobileFinder, make sure to turn on "invisible files" in the settings)
  • Delete this folder which contains the preference file for the camera and the poster picture for the camera's album thumbnail.
  • Try taking a picture again and it should work fine now.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 27, 2017


You may try this iphone data recovery tool that helped me before

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 23, 2017


Get the app Transfer Pro, no need for wires.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 16, 2017


This solution pertains only to the one hour time difference people notice upon syncing to MS outlook.

In iPhone, there are two areas where you have an option to change your time settings.

1. When you go to 'settings', then to 'general', you can set up time and date, and also 12-24 hour format. Please note that changing the time here DOES NOT correct the problem, despite iPhone displaying correct date, time and time zone. Many people in this thread have stated that the problem persisted despite them setting appropriate time zone.

2. When you go to 'settings', then to 'mail, contacts and calendars' row (NOT the 'General' row) - you get an option to change your time zone at the very bottom of all the choices. You will see that wrong time zone is selected here - likely cause of the problem. Correct this choice and the one hour discrepancy between appointments in outlook and iPhone disappears.


Additional problem solutions - in the solution No. 2, if you set 'Time Zome Support' to 'ON', then all your appointments in the calendar will be displayed in the time zone of your HOME address. In other words, for example, if you are a person in central time zone, your appointments will be displayed ALWAYS in central time zone format - they will NOT change automatically when you travel from central time zone to eastern time zone. On the other hand, if you set the time zone support to 'OFF', then all your outlook appointment display times will change and adjust according to any time zone you travel to - This is often an inconvenience since most of us would like to remember our appointments as they were made in our home time zone, regardless of what time zone we traveled to.

Please note that the above solution pertains to only display of appoint times in outlook - This solution does NOT relate to the time displayed by iPhone and how that displayed time adjusts when you travel to different time zone away from your home time zone. This second issue is addressed below -

You can get your iPhone to display the current time in two ways -

1. Either always show the time in your home time zone, regardless of where you are (i.e., a person from Texas central time zone can set up to see the time always in central time, even if he/she travels to another time zone). This display setup is good for people who always think of time in their home time zone and then do mental conversions to reach at the local time zone time.

2. On the other hand, you can get iPhone to do this for you and change displayed clock time automatically to the local time zone that you have traveled to, away from your home time zone. Please note that enabling this capability in iPhone has no bearing on how the appointments are displayed in MS outlook.

Go to 'Settings'. Go to 'General' tab. then click on 'date and time'. Pick the 'set automatically' option to 'ON'. Now, the iPhone will automatically adjust displayed time to show the current time in which ever time zone you travel to.

If you set the 'set automatically' option to 'OFF', then you can select your home time zone. Then, the iPhone will always display time in your home city time zone and will NOT change even if you travel to a different time zone.

So, in summary, there are two places you need to adjust the time zones in iPhone - to do two separate tasks, first task of displaying appointments always in your home time zone upon syncing with outlook thereby avoiding the one hour skip; Second task of getting iPhone to display either your home time zone clock, or getting it to adjust current time to reflect the time in new time zone you travel to.

Hope this helps.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 16, 2017


Get a new charger.
Unless it's the charger port on the phone.
Then get a new phone

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 10, 2017


you can reset your mobile from Settings-General-about-reset.

else you can restore your mobile through itune.
may this should not happen, uninstall the application and reinstall may resolve.

please vote if it help.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 08, 2017


go to ifixit.com, buy parts(cheap), download manual,
replace part, enjoy phone again.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


As I understand it, the iPhone 2g uses a complete glass/digitiser/lcd assembly. This is in contrast to the 3g, for which you can buy and install the parts seperately. So I would assume not.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


First step is try reseting the network settings. You can do this by going to settings/general/reset and reset network settings.
This will drop you off the network and reset your phone. Bringing your phone back up with current network settings.
Try sending mail. If this doesn't work, try changing your outgoing mail server.
Go into settings/mail, contacts, and calendars/(your yahoo account)/Outgoing mail server.
This will bring you to a list of mail servers, your primary server being the yahoo server with the AT&T smtp server under other.
Click on your primary yahoo server and switch this server to off. click the blue smtp arrow on the very top left. This will bring you back to the server list. go to the AT&T smtp server and turn this server on.
Go ahead and exit out either by the arrow or the home button.
Access your yahoo account see if you can send mail.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 31, 2017


To charge any battery (also on iPhone) both negative and positive poles of the cable and battery need to connect. Check the inside hole of the lightning plug on your iPhone while the device is turned off. Most of the time dust and dirt gets clogged in the small connector. While your phone is in your pocket, purse or hands 24/7 this intrusion is inevitable filled with dirt. Soo much that cable and battery don't connect to exchange current. Take a toothpick and gently check if any dust/garbage/paper/stuff is in there? The inside of most clothing pockets, were we all keep our smartphone are filled with dust and small dirty particles. Unclog the connector and try to charge it.

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Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 20, 2017


I have the same issue. The best workaround is to create a playlist in iTunes specifically for the iPhone, and just have the phone sync that list.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 19, 2017


A simple reboot of the phone can resolve this problem. Failing that a complete resync with iTunes does the trick too.

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 18, 2017


Unfortunately, Apple won't allow you to receive files via Bluetooth. the Bluetooth feature on iPhones can only be used with hands-free devices and speakers. I think there may be an option if the iphone is jailbroken but if not, you wont be able to receive files

Apple iPhone... | Answered on Jan 12, 2017

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