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This morning the alarm on my Iphone 3G went off, I pushed snooze and my phone turned off. I am unable to get it to turn back on in any way. I've tried the power button and plugging it in. Neither seem to work. Please Help! Thanks

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Try this -

1) Settings > Enable 3G Change to Off.

2) Use the iPhone GPS receiver to locate your position

3) Settings > Enable 3G change to On.

There are two positioning systems in the iPhone 3G, one is the 3G network, and the second is the GPS receiver. The problem occurs when the data from the two systems doesn't match.

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I'm also have this problem also and i can't solve it. And for more problem it doesn't have tool to delete some file as MP3 file and i can't use other audio file set as ringing tone.
If anybody can help please post your solution in here.
Thank for advance

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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Here is the iPhone 3g user guide:

http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/iPhone_User_Guide.pdf

Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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The iPhone unfortunately does not pair with just any device, it would be best to check compatibility before purchasing a new peripheral for your iPhone.

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you have to remove the front glass ( if you don't know how to do it DONT )
and pay apple to fix it up or a place that fix phones . anyway remove the glass and just unplug old button will be on a small flat cable and replace it with a new one cost if you do it your self about $20
need more info ask

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