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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iPhone Battery power Problems
No, my cousin has one and it works fine, but remember if your battery isnt fully discharged it wont last as long. before you go just charging it all the time you should everynow and then let it run out before you recharge it.
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
SOURCE: iphone dead
Ok. There is a nasty rumor that only the update affects iphones that are unlocked. This is very untrue. Whenever you try to use almost every accessory that was made for an iphone, You will encounter this problem. As well, most of these products when you plug in your iphone will cause a message to pop up stating that the device is not compatible with an iphone. and will ask you if you want to put the phone into airplane mode. Though this option is available you now have a device trying to charge, and use an incompatible device. Hence the black out. I went through those myself with a ipod dock alarm clock. Unfortunately, unlocking your phone, voids your warranty.. I will still try to to find a way to revive you iBrick but the outlook is bleak. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
another way to restore it would be to turn the device off, then hold down the power button and plug it into your cpu still holding the home button and it should show up in itunes
Posted on May 05, 2009
That happened to me. Push the home and on/off buttons simultaneously until the apple logo appears, then wait until it has fully restored the system. This should work. Good luck
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
SOURCE: iphone wont turn on!!!
I believe you will have to reflash your device, using the restore feature on iTunes and the CFU mode in you iPhone.
To restore your iPhone, you will have to enter to CFU mode:
1. turn off your phone, or wait it get turned off by itself.
2. press and hold the power button for exactly 3 seconds.
3. whithout leaving the power button, press the HOME button for another 10 seconds exactly.
4. after 10 seconds leave the power button but still, keep the HOME button pressed.
try all these steps, of course, while you iPhone is connected to your computer with the USB cable and the iTunes software is on.
you might be able to do it with this method too:
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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