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Iphone gets hung!

Its been hanging with loading wheel on the screen coming up every 5 seconds!!! It does reboot after pressing both bottons continuiously for over 5 seconds, but when you restart the problem persists!. Damn irritating! What do I do?

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Guess I havent put myself or rather the issue across clearly! The iphone has hung due to some strange reason (It just happened all of a sudden!)...and ever since it has been showing the loading wheel on the screen every 5 seconds after which it stops and continues to function normally for another 5 seconds until the loading wheel appears and stops all functions again!!! this cycle goes on an on and on...And after every loading-wheel appearance, the iphone menu gets locked and goes back to square one! I did reboot it by pressing both buttons (top left button and the home button) simultaneuously for a few seconds, but its just the same after it reboots!!!

The moment I go to Itunes to restore the original settings, it just doesnt connect to the itunes server ...again, for some strange reason known only to Steve Jobs!

Please help!

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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How many things are you trying to do at a time? Mine would freeze if I were on the phone, playing a game, and on the internet at the same time. It may be related to the number of programs you are trying to use simultaneously.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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