Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: onda vx767 mp4
Hi. I have a 767 (Onda not Boeing :-) ) Mine has crashed like this a few times. Once the power drains to empty you should be able to start it after a charge. Sometimes pressing a pin through the reset hole will work, sometimes not.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
You should restore completely, but just note that this will wipe all of the data on the phone.
Turn the iPhone off by holding the button on the top and sliding the red bar to shut down the iPhone.
Now go into iTunes on your computer,
While holding down the iPhone circle button, plug the iPhone into the cable connected to your USB port.
Continue holding down the iphone button until the computer in itunes tells you that it has discovered an iPhone in recovery mode. From there, you can just click on the restore button. It will download the latest firmware for your iPhone (your iPod) and will apply it as well as perform a factory reset. Once this is finished, the iPod has been factory restored just like when it was new.
No matter what anyone says, the problem will eventually force you to do a restore anyway. There might be a few temporary patchups but when you start seeing panics on the system apps especially, there is something off. Restore and your set! Good luck!!
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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