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I haven't used my iphone for about 2 days cause it ran out of battery, today i plugged it into my charger but didn't touch the screen i pressed the home button then it said it has been disabled for 5,928,268 minutes what do i do??

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Switch it off, switch it on again
if it still shows you that weird figure try restoring it through iTunes.

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1. Shift Key: Apple with its vast iMac experience has featured the shift key press option on the iPhone multi-touch screen. This is especially relevant if you want to capitalize few letters without pressing the CAPSLOCK option.

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4. Limit Third-party Application Usage: 3 rd party apps like games prevent auto power saving options like screen dimming or switching off hence the battery is constantly at peak performance.

5. Turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G: When not in use switch off these apps to conserve battery. Also note using Wi-Fi to access the net instead of the cellular network service requires less power.

6. Use your iPhone regularly: It may sound weird but its true that not using the iPhone for long time at a stretch decreases the battery life. Use it regularly and charge the battery at least once every six months even if you don't use your iPhone regularly.
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If you want to increase the screen brightness without navigating to the controls, simply cover the light sensor located behind the black glass when you unlock your iPhone. The sensor will brighten the screen automatically thinking it to be in a dark environment.

Custom iPhone Buttons Tips n Tricks:
Need more media options like Playlists, Artists, Songs, and Videos on your iPod module or want to add your own custom iPhone button list? Well just tap the more button and then edit and in the Configure option drag and drop any of the four icons downwards into the icon already existing to replace it.

Resetting and Quickly Quitting Programs:
If your stable and robust iPhone locks inadvertently, don't panic, just press and hold the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons simultaneously for 8 seconds and your iPhone automatically resets.
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The smart iPhone dock can let you transfer music, videos and other files to and from your PC. Also charge your iPhone via the USB connector while you listen to your favourite iPhone tunes. Even better, go for a dual iPhone dock that accommodates your iPhone and iPod as well.

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1. Make sure your iPhone is connected to its charger for about 20 minutes, see if there's any reaction. The battery may be causing the problem.
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