Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Hi i just do the instructions base on hacktheiphone.com a couple of week ago and the iphone was working great but yesterday in the morning i turn the camera on but only i can see is a black screen but with the camera button on the bottom but i can't click it so i say let's do a restart the same problem only this time make when the camera open i see the black screen but instantly the screen was like when you have problems with the video card on the pc that you have many lines of color and then the iphone restart so i decide to make a restore when i do the restore it does what you said on you web page about wipe out all the mod so i proceed to do the process again and was ok then later on today start with the same black screen when the camera open, so i make another restore today and is ok again but when i run the iphoneinterface i get this error: Waiting for iphone ...established. iPhone state: MismatchedICCID Problem starting AFC: -402653150 so is this hack affect any instruction or hardware on the iphone let me know asap any help appreciated.
I can't comment on whether or not the hack is at fault here, but I'm sure it didn't help the situation. The iPhone's camera has had some issues with failures and image distortion. If possible, make an appointment at the local Apple store's Genius Bar and have them triage it. Depending on how long you've had the phone (30 days or more) they'll probably offer you a loaner phone and send your phone in for a camera replacement. And BTW, the loaner phone comes with a $30 charge on your credit card. Yes, a credit card is required. If you ask nicely, that Genius might waive the fee, but you still have to put a credit card on file.
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
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