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My iphone 5c stopped working suddenly, its screen darkened and it does not work. What is the problem?


Reset the phone:
  • Plug the charger into the phone.
  • Hold down the Home button while holding down the On/Off button.
  • Continue holding these down until (hopefully) the Apple displays on the screen.

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How to extend battery time for i phone?


Ensure any unneeded apps are stopped and not running in the background. Some apps such as facebook / twitter / etc may need to be completely uninstalled or logged out to keep them from running.
Turn down the screen brightness, Generally turning the screens brightness down till it can still be easily seen but not overly bright can increase cell phone battery by up to 20%
Shut off wifi / bluetooth / gps when not required. Disable Wifi / bluetooth, and GPS will also increase your phones battery time.

Ensure a full charge, most devices (iphones included) usually require a minimum of 8 solid hours to charge, even when they say full, they are not actually "FULL". Make sure your device gets at least 8 hours of charge time before use, and don't allow the battery to drain all the way before the next charge.

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Cant open my iphone 4s because of the battery not increase the percentage


Your battery is dead. This happens when the battery is worn out or if you fully uncharged it and left it like that for too long. The kind of battery in your phone breaks if charged below 3.7v. This is why the phone shuts down controlled, instead of just powering off when its dry - to protect the battery from going too low. If it shuts it self down and you leave it like that for too long, it dies.

Its easy to replace the battery, so go find a local repair shop and get the battery replaced.

PS: It is possible that another internal component is broken, but highly unlikely, unless you got the phone wet. If you did, just toss it (recycle responsibly) and buy a new one.

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My iPhone will not turn on when it's on the dock


1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength.
2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery.
3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover.
4.Remove the battery.
5.Wait 10 seconds.
6.Press and hold the W key.
7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery.
•The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears
•Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds.
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Jul 29, 2012 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Keeps shutting off then booting up


If you have the hardware problem, you can choose the professional phone repair tools to repair it. I will recommend you a website, vipfixphone.com can help.
More information about iPhone repair tools and guides, you can choose Vip Fix Shop. Professional grade Phone Repair Tools for iPhone iPad Cell Phone One Stop...

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My iphone 2g only shows the apple for 10 seconds then shuts down


This could be indicative of a couple if different issues. First of all, was the iPhone working prior to this happening? If so, then chances are that the battery is low or perhaps a bad firmware OS update is to blame.
Has this iPhone been jailbroken? This can also lead to startup/freezing issues.
The best solution would be to start the iPhone in recovery mode. To do so, please follow the steps below closely and your iPhone will recover like new. (Please note, before proceeding to the steps, your iPhone will be wiped clean and restored with the newest version of the firmware OS. This will also delete all of the data on the iPhone).
1. Make sure your computer is powered on (and has iTunes installed), with the iPhone USB cable in place. (Do not connect the iPhone yet). 2. WIth the iPhone completely off, connect the USB cable to the iPhone and hold down the Home button at the same time. 3. Continue to hold down the Home button and the iPhone should power on normally. 4. After about a minute, the iTunes logo should appear on the iPhone and your computer should detect the iPhone as entering recovery mode. 5. Your computer should open iTunes and allow you to restore your iPhone. 6. Click the Restore button and the computer will download the latest version of the firmware OS (3.1.3, as of this writing) and when it's done downloading, it will install it on your iPhone. 7. Once complete, your iPhone will reboot and should be restore to its original factory standards. 8. You'll then be able to reactivate it and sync your data back to the iPhone from your most recent backup (if you have one).
If the iPhone continues to power off after 10 seconds, you may have a faulty logic board or power connector on your iPhone that is preventing the iPhone from charging the battery completely. A faulty battery may also be the culprit, especially on older model iPhones and iPods.

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Iphone not charging


Hi your iphone ribbon to charging connector a home button is damage, you will have to get it replaced for cheap repair prices check www.E-Repairs.co.uk

Jul 26, 2009 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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My 3g iphone is not turning on and it just shows the apple sign


this had been happening to my ipod for a long time. Either its been shut off for a very long time, has extremely low battery life, or the hold button is down. Please rate my answer I would really appreciate it!

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IPhone 3G battery problem


My battery on my iphone used to only last a day when limiting my use. And when I tried to use it normally with all the apps and music and calling people it only went for 10mins and then turned off.

How I fixed this:
It's an ongoing solution. I charged it up until it said 100%, then used it all up until it shut down again. And then I charged it til 100% and then depleted it again. Repeat over 2 weeks and your battery life should get back to normal. It worked for me and now my iPhone works better than ever!

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