Question about Apple iPhone 4S
When I wanted to change the batterie of my iPhone 4S, I broke something. Let me explain: you normally just put out the screw, than there is the batterie thing under it, then comes the grounding clip and then there is the tiny little silver thing in which you normally Swiss the screw in. That little silver thing is normally fixed with the iPhone and in my case it isn't any more and now, when I put everything together I do not get any signal.. The iPhone just says "seaching". Somebody an idea how I could fix this? I also tried it with glue, but that doesn't work. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unforunatly when you hook the phone up to Itunes it updates and relocks itself. This is Apple and At&t's way of keeping it locked. You are going to have to get the phone unlocked again.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Hold both the home and power button together for 10 seconds, it should at least give you an apple, if nothing then your iphone is gonna need some work...
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
You accidentally zoomed in the screen of your iPhone, to zoom out, use three of your fingers to double-tap the screen simultaneously. That's the only way. Do the same thing to zoom back in.
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Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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