Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I would recommend plugging into iTunes and backing up your phone. After you back it up, restore the device. Set up as new and test it. If the issue is resolved you can restore from your back up. If the issue comes back then you will need to set up as new
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This may be caused from liquid or physical damage to the iPhone, usually in the dock connector/receiver/headphone port.
If you're confident it's not caused by that, a quick fix would be to simply powercycle the device, an obvious step but overlooked a lot. Simply hold the button at the very top of the iPhone until you see Slide to Power Off appear on the iPhone display, do so and leave it off for atleast 30 seconds and do the same thign to turn it back on, until you see the Apple Logo appear.
If this doesnt work, another quick fix may be a software reset, you will not lose any data, through Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. It will tell you that you are NOT going to lose any data and it will simply reset. This will turn the iPhone off and on, test it after this.
Last step, restore the device through itunes using a computer. -Plug your iPhone into your computer using your USB Cable that plugs into the charger. For best results, plug into the back of your computer as they can be higher power. -Open iTunes, make sure its fully updated, it will automatically ask you -Click on your iPhone on the left hand side of the iTunes, in the Column, beneath Devices -Click Restore on the main window of iTunes, half way down -Agree and Accept the Restore, this will erase all of your data -Backups are automatically created by iTunes, however they can store corrupted files and its best to not use them in this situation -For more information on Backing up your data via syncing and Restoring as New, follow this article: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3828
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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I have experienced the exact same problem, all of a sudden both my iphones stopped working with my Sony SRS-GU10iP. Error message Accessory Not optimized For iphone
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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