Question about Apple iPhone 3G Black Smartphone
Well, it seems to me it's more likely to be a problem with the hardware of your phone. Most likely you need to take it to apple for repair or replacement.
A couple of things you can try tho....are first, to do a restore on your iPhone...if it is not a hardware problem, it could be the iPhone software itself. Do a restore, but I would try not restoring from a back up. Get the latest version of the iPhone software and restore the phone from scratch, and then sync your library.
Another thing it might be, could be the battery. There are lots of instructions online about how to change the battery, but it all depends on how brave you are when it comes to ripping apart your iPhone.
I think you may be a bit stuck and may have to take it to Apple for repair.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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