Question about Apple iPhone 3G
This just started happening a month ago. You finish a phone call or check you email and the next time you go to use it - it's turned off. The only way to turn it back on is to press the off and select buttons together, after a couple of minutes is reboots itself and shuts off again. You then have to restart. It also will not connect when you dial - sometimes - yesterday I had to reboot it 6 times. I turned it off last night and this morning checked email drove to work and when I got to work it had shut itself off and didn't even come back on when connected to the pc. Should I go back a version of software to fix this? The people at the ATT store were absolutely no help. . . .
Try replacing the battery. Also check to make sure that the battery itself is secure and can't move within the phone casing.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you can do is hold the power On/Off button + Home button at the same time. Your iphone will reboot. When you see the apple logo, quickly let go the power On/Off button. If you want to jailbreak your iphone, go to www.blackra1n.com and download the jailbreaking tool.
Follow these easy steps below...
- Turn off your iphone
- Run the jailbreaking tool
- Turn on your iphone
- The jailbreaking tool will everything by itself.
- If you want to unlock your iphone after it is jailbroken, hit the blackrain icon and select install Cydia and unlock with Blackrain.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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