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If you've got an iPhone, you probably already know that it can provide you with a history of your calls. You can also edit your call history if and when you need to by deleting individual call records. Whatever the reason (hey, we don't judge), we can walk you through how to delete certain phone records out of your call history.
Launch the Phone app from the Home screen of your iPhone.
Tap on the Recents tab along the bottom of the screen.
Now tap on the Edit option in the upper right hand corner.
You'll now see that each phone record now has a delete option to the left of the caller's name or number. Tap on it.
To confirm the delete, tap on the Delete button off to the right.
Repeat this process for the calls you'd like to remove and once you're done, tap on the Done option in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
On a computer: Select "my vouchers" in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
On a mobile phone: Select 'vouchers' at the top right-hand corner of the screen.
In the iOS app: Select 'vouchers' at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
In the Android app: Select the menu button in the upper left-hand corner of the screen and select 'my vouchers'.
From the "my vouchers" page of your account, you can also sort your vouchers by expiration date -- this is a convenient way to see which ones you need to use soon or mark a voucher as "used" to remind yourself that you've already enjoyed it!
Which iOS are you using? If you are using the most current iOS, from the email screen where you can see your emails, click Edit in the upper right hand corner and then select the messages you want to delete. Then click Trash in the lower right hand corner. Should work.
FUNCTIONPINWIRE COLORAccessory 12 Volt
SEE NOTE ¹
Constant 12 Volt
Power AntennaRemoteIlluminationDimmerFUSE VALUEFUSE LABELFUSEBOX LOCATION
DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
¹ The receiver does not have an Accessory 12 Volt lead,
it is triggered by the data lines in pins #5 and #6. When installing an
aftermarket stereo, an Accessory 12 Volt lead must be run to the
fusebox to a switched power lead.
² If equipped with "Hands-Free" cellular phone system.
The dash speakers are wired in parallel with the front door speakers.
Left Front Spkr +
Left Front Spkr -
Right Front Spkr +
Right Front Spkr -
Left Rear Spkr +
Left Rear Spkr -
Right Rear Spkr +
Right Rear Spkr -
Hands-Free Audio ²
DO NOT USE THESE WIRES!
When it shows white, can you recieve or make calls? If you can recieve or make calls, that means the fault is from the screen but if you cannot recieve or make call, it means its a software problem (virus).
For screen fault, the screen needs to be replaced.
But for software problem, you need to take the phone to a technician. The technician will use computer to flash the phone for you.
The "" (or other number) in the upper right is the number of the extension. If you have more than one extension, they will each have their own number. Unfortunately, I can't anwer your other question as I have the same problem myself.