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iPhone probs - help please.... :¬(

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Mrs Peel, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. Lovely ne wiPhone has started playing up.
    It won't access safari, iPod, let me photo message or check mail...
    BAH

    Any helpful hints techie folk out there??

     
  2. This happened to mine. I had to ring my service provider who reset it for me.
     
  3. reset
     
  4. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    I believe you can reset by holding middle button and pressing power/lock one for 10 seconds? x
     
  5. Home Button
     
  6. Being a bit thick now...
    Home button is the big one at the bottom?

    If I reset it don't I lose apps and iPod etc?

     
  7. Yep

    Shouldn't but you can always re-sync
     
  8. Well I've pressed Home button and it wanted to do the Voice Controls thing.
    I pressed the Home and Power/Lock button together and it went off and came back on - and for a while the iPod bit worked but not the other stuff - and now the iPod won't work again.
    so I guess I'll have to phone Orange and get them to reset it?
     
  9. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    Think so. Sorry it didn't work [​IMG]
     
  10. Give yourself an hour to go through this and have something to do whilst you're waiting!
    Connect the iPhone to your computer, launch iTunes, allow it to sync so you get an up-to-date backup of you emails, texts, etc., select your iPhone from the source list on the left and then click the 'restore' button. Follow the instructions - this will take a while! When it's done, tell iTunes you want to restore from the latest backup - this will also take a while as it puts your apps, music and so on back onto the phone. Good luck!
     
  11. This may sound like a Daft question but do you have wifi or 3G signal. You wot be able to do any of those things if you have lost signal or accidentally turnedthem off.
     

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