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Look closer in the light, it may be that the backlight is burnt out.

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Voice Over is on. I have an iPhone 4. I don't know how it even got turned on but don't know how to turn it off. Is there something in the settings??


in the home screen double tap settings and scroll using three fingers and double tap general again scroll using three fingers double tap on accessibility and double tap voice over and double tap it to switch off

Mar 23, 2013 | Apple iPhone4 4G iPhone 4

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How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone without Erasing Old Photos


Using iTunes to sync photos from computer to iPhone will sometimes delete the existing photos on iPhone. Therefore, I find it necessary to share my easy way to handle this issue.

1. Open FonePaw iOS Transfer and connect iPhone to computer.
2. Choose "Photos" and click "Add" to move photos from PC to iPhone. Here you don't need to worry about the Apple ID since you don't need it to sync photos. So there will be no erasing risk.
3. You can create new albums before moving photos to your iPhone by right-clicking on the left sidebar under "Photos".

You can find the detailed guide here: How to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone

on Jun 30, 2015 | Apple iPhone Cell Phones

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How To Save Battery On Your iPhone or iPod Touch


<p><span><span> </span>Is your iPhone or iPod Touch's battery level always depleting quickly? Do you not have enough juice to get you through the day? Here are some quick tips to conserve your battery life and help you get through the day while you are Facebooking, sending texts, and calling.</span><br /> <p><span><span> </span>First, lets make sure you can monitor your batter level. This is how you will turn on the percentage of battery display.</span><br /> <p><span>1.<span> </span></span><span>Go to your home-screen.</span><br /> <p><span>2.<span> </span></span><span>Open up the Settings App.</span><br /> <p><span>3.<span> </span></span><span>Tap General then Usage</span><br /> <p><span>4.<span> </span></span><span>Where it says battery percentage, make sure the switch is in the on position.</span><br /> <p><span><span> </span>Now that you can monitor your battery life, here are a few things you should continually do to save battery.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>Don't keep multiple apps running if you don't have to. iPhones and iPod Touches have multitasking to run multiple apps at once, but this can use a lot of battery. To delete tasks, double tap the home button and then hold down an icon at the bottom of the screen. Once the apps begin to wiggle, tap the X by the app to stop the task (note: this won't delete the app, it will only stop it from running).</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>Another battery saving setting is not fetching email quite as often, I mean, do you really need to check your email every 15 minutes or hour? Fetching data uses a lot of battery, to disable or not as frequently fetch for data, go to the Settings app again. Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars then Fetch New Data and set it to Manually so to check email, go to the email app and click the refresh button.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>Your iPhone has an adjustable brightness, and a higher brightness wastes more battery, to change the brightness: go to your Settings app. Go to Brightness and turn your brightness down. You don't necessarily need to turn it all the way down(especially when you are in bright lighting conditions, kind of ironic that you need higher brightnesses in brighter environments), but if you are in a pitch black room, then there is no reason to have the brightness above the minimum level.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>Another good habit is turning off bluetooth and wifi when you are not using them, to do this, go to your Settings app again. Go to Wi-Fi and turn of wifi. To turn of bluetooth, go to General then Bluetooth and turn it off.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>If you don't necessarily use an app a lot or at all, turn off Push Notifications. To do this scroll all the way down on your Settings app, and choose that particular app. This will only be useful on an app that gets information from the internet. In the particular app that you chose, usually there will be a Push Notifications option, and you can disable this, this will help your battery because your iPhone constantly tries to search for data with these on. Also, when installing apps, you can disable this then.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>Another good way to save battery (iPhone only) is to switch from the 3g(fast internet)radio to Edge(slower internet) radio. On the iPhone, you have twice as much battery with Edge radio. To change between the two, go to your Settings app once again. Go to General then Network and where it says Enable 3g switch it to off. You can/should do this when you aren't heavily surfing the internet, checking Facebook, or downloading apps. Don't use this with apps that require heavy internet usage.</span><br /> <p><span>&bull;<span> </span></span><span>One final tip to conserve battery is changing the amount of time until the iPhone/iPod Touch goes into sleep mode. If you forget to put it in sleep mode, it will stay on and waste battery in your pocket, etc. To change the amount of time to save battery, go to your Settings app again. Go to General then Auto-Lock and change it to something short such as 1 or 2 minutes.</span><br /> <p><span>These tips will significantly prolong your battery, use them to your advantage.</span><br />

on Apr 19, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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My iphone has been on charge for almost 24hours but still i can't turn on,i don't know why.


Connect the iPhone to charger and while it is being charged try switching ON and see what happens and let me know.

Sep 05, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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I have had my iphone less than a week- i did not expect it to have problems so soon. .... i have iphone 2g my battery ran out now it wont recharge or turn back on? .... but it doesn't turn on, it...


If your iPhone's battery runs very far down, the iPhone won't turn on. That's because it's using its remaining battery life to preserve your data and settings.So, your iPhone could be refusing to turn on because its battery doesn't have enough juice. In that case, plug your iPhone into a wall charger or into your computer (plug it directly into the computer; some USB ports on keyboards don't have enough power to charge iPhones). Let it sit for 10-20 minutes. If it was low on battery and needed a charge, when it's got enough juice to power the screen, it will turn on and show you its charging status, starting with the red battery icon.During this process, you may also want to make sure there's no lint packed into your cable or the iPhone's dock connector. This isn't a hugely common problem, but a lot of pocket lint could interfere with the iPhone getting a charge.

Jun 28, 2011 | BoxWave Corporation Apple iPhone 2G...

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My iPhone stop ringing. It only vibrares. Also the keyboard does not sounds. However I can listen to the radio . What can I do? Thanks a lot. Dolores


Chances are, you turned ON the Silent switch on the side of the iPhone. You'll know that it's turned ON if you see a little red dot (for iPhone 3G & 3GS) or a red line (for iPhone 4). To locate it, refer to the image below: 16aae05.jpg

CLICK HERE if you don't see the image.

For more iPhone tips and tricks, CLICK HERE.
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Jun 03, 2011 | Apple iPhone 3G

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My apple iphone 3g is displaying in a zoomed mode need to revert back to original display mode can u help please


To fix this, tap on the screen using 3 fingers at the same time. That will zoom you out to normal screen size.

To turn off that feature, go to Settings>General>Accessibility> Turn OFF Zoom or any of the other stuff in there if you don't need it.

For more iPhone / iPad / iPod touch tips like jailbreaking and unlocking, CLICK HERE.

Apr 27, 2011 | Apple iPhone (16 GB) Smartphone

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I forget my password and my phone is disebled


Here's what you should do - put your iPhone to DFU mode, that way, iTunes will allow you to proceed with the restore. Below are the steps for DFU mode:
  1. Plug/connect your device to a computer (PC or Mac)
  2. Turn it OFF
  3. Press and hold the POWER and HOME buttons together for EXACTLY 10seconds
  4. Release the POWER button but keep holding the HOME button until the computer beeps indicating that a USB device is recognized.
  5. Open iTunes and restore your device.

Warning: Restoring will delete all data on your device but this is the only way for you to recover it.


If you don't get it at first, try holding the buttons for lesser time or see the other procedures and some screenshots on my tip (link below):

http://www.fixya.com/support/r5541493-put_iphone_ipod_touch_dfu_mode_restore


For more iPhone / iPad / iPod touch tips like jailbreaking and unlocking, CLICK HERE.

Apr 15, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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My iphone 4 submerged in water and sence then the flash is on please advice


Turn it off!
If the water was salty, it gets a bit harder and riskier. If it was a salty water, you have to first put your phone in a non-salty water to get the salt off. Don't leave it there for long, just long enough for the salt to be gone. The time it took in the water it was dropped in is a good choice.
Now remember the first step, turn it off!
Wait for a couple of days. Wait as long as 4 to 5 days to be sure, because it takes really long for the phone to dry. Don't use a hair dryer! Don't put it on a heater. Just put it someplace dry and cool, not direct under the sunlight but also not in dark.
After waiting that long, hopefully your phone will return back to life. If not, you have also lost your chance with the Apple service, because they don't cover water damage. Try your luck though.

Apr 14, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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I used an unlock on my Iphone 3g now it doesnt work or turn on. Help!!!!! Tried Restoring it also, keep getting error messages


Hi ,after searching all over the internet and posting on every forum possible i didn`t find a real answer well it seems to be a rare problem but critical. Don`t get confused by this noobs that they just post "to be in business" ,here are some tips that confused me as hell like changing the motherboard of my iphone and battery and i saw very much of you did the same way after tryed all my tips here and no result... and that are...restoring in dfu mode or recovery mode, tryed all versions of itunes,hard reset,adding the source 74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com in the file C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts,reinstall windows xp ,vista, 7 eaven on iMac,tryed with iReb NOTHING WORKED...but don`t panic and don`t replace anything at your iphone because it must be released a bootrom update in 2-3weeks and that should solve all the iphones troubles.Good luck cya i think this will help a lot :D

Jun 23, 2009 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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