Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
You should be able to connect back to iTunes and then "restore" the iphone. As long as you have a recent backup you should be fine
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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To restore your iPhone back to factory settings complete the following steps:
1) Press the "Home" button on your iPhone, and tap the "Settings" icon on the main screen.
2) Tap the "General" tab, and tap the "Reset" tab.
3) Tap "Reset All Settings" to restore the iPhone to its default settings. Tap "Erase All Content and Settings" to restore the iPhone to its original factory settings, which erases all of your information including bookmarks, SMS messages, contacts and music.
4) Tap "Erase iPhone" to confirm the action.
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