Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Tried deauthorizing and reauthorizing, tried reloading itunes 8.2, iphone 2G and ipod touch on 3.0, iphone 3G on 2.2.1, tried turning off and on computer, tried differenct usb ports, tried shutting off internet, tried different cables. Basically I've tried all the suggestions that I've googled so far and nothing working. All devices do sync on my old powerbook G4 but not on my imac 2.8GHz intel core 2 Duo which they used to sync on before the 8.2 and 3.0 upgrades. Any further suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I just had this problem and it turned out to be... It didn't like my iPod cable. Switched to the iPhone cable and it worked.
Seems to be an iPhone 2.0 prob, or 3g prob, since I was using the iPod cable to sync my old iPhone just fine.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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Reset and Restore iPhone to Original Default Factory Settings with Recovery Mode iPhone display freezing? iPhone doesn’t detect by or appear in iTunes? iPhone cannot sync with iTunes on PC or Mac? Cannot make or receive calls, send or receive text messages, or access email or the web? Or worse, iPhone simply won’t turn on and does not respond to tap or button press? If the problem still persists after you have reseted the iPhone, or tried various iPhone troubleshooting, it may be worthwhile to invoke recovery mode to restore iPhone to default factory settings, the original state as when you first received and unwrapped the phone.
Restoration of iPhone to original factory defaults will likely to fix all problem, with the downside that all data and information stored on your phone will be lost. Normally iTunes will make a backup automatically when you connect and sync the iPhone with the program, however, it’s still a good recommendation to copy out and backup everything that you may need on the phone before proceed to restore the iPhone.
To restore iPhone and reset the phone to default factory settings, follow these steps:
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: iPhone 3G Error 0xE8000001
Where did you purchase your phone? however, you first need to update itunes to 8.0.2, that might solve your problem. Unless you have an unlocked phone then restoring your phone is useless because when you restore an iphone with itunes in the US without an att sim card it will actually lock the phone, but I do not think that is your issue. the two things you are seeing the connect to itunes and the emergency call system means that your phone is not properly activated. which is done by connecting it to itunes.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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I was just anwering another person with the same issue as you. As I was telling him, it is a common issue that I fix 4-5 per week. But it is a very difficult repair. Your main flex cable needs to be inspected and posibily replaced. This cable also has the Microphone, Speaker and bottom charging port copnnected to it. I suggest taking it to a repair shop with iphone specialty. If you are in US you can ship to me if you like. Cellularcpr@aol.com
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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"iPod is disabled - Connect to iTunes" . This is because someone(or something?) has tried to crack your password too many times, which causes Iphone/Ipod to automatically disable itself to protect your data.
To restore your iPod, you must connect your iPod to iTunes with your iPod connector table. Make sure it is on and has this message when you connect it to your computer. Once connected, iTunes should detect it as usual.
Once connected, make sure you have all the proper sync settings enabled - for example, applications, music, photos, etc. Change something so that the Sync button in the bottom right appears in the iTunes window. Then sync the data.
When syncing is finished, turn on your iPod / iPhone and you should notice that the message is gone. Type in your password and the disabled message should be gone.
If the message is still there, try holding the sleep and home button at the same time until the iPod turns off, then continue holding the sleep and home button until a screen with the iTunes logo and a picture of the connector cable appears. This will put your iPod in Restore mode. With this option, you must click the Restore button in iTunes, which will delete all your data on the iPod.
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