Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Try to turn it off it keeps rebooting
Not much in the way of details here. What did you do before it did this? You may need to restore the phone using itunes.
Next time you turn it on (or off) hold the power and the home button for a while and wait. When you see the apple, let go of the power button, but still hold the home button (the one on bottom face of the phone). This should put it in restore mode, if you do this while it's plugged in to your computer (itunes open as well), iTunes should recognize that it's not right, and try to repair or reload the OS.
Good luck, try that, and let me know how it goes.
Just a reminder, if anything's not synced, it will be deleted from the phone during a restore.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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1) Go to Settings
2) Go to Reset
3) Select "Reset All Setting" (Make sure you save passwords. Data is safe.
Clear all previous pairings.
Once iPhone reboots, turn on Bluetooth.
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