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Will better to do that issue is you need to try reset your network settings and its automaticaly regenarated from your network carrier.. Try it.. Maybe its work from your problem.
Try updating to iOS 9.0.2, it's yet more bug fixes.
It is possible (as discovered here) Connect to device's wifi Make note of the DHCP IP address and Subnetmask And use those values with Static IP
I was able to successfully connect to my Arduino's wifi and still retain access to the web, but I struggled following the instructions from the other questions and comments, so here is my explanation. TL;DR Connect to Arduino Yun wifi Make note of the DHCP IP address and Subnetmask And use those values with Static IP Long Version There's lots of ...
iPhone 5c or 5s definitely support 4G or LTE and it clearly displays the 4G symbol. If it does not, it means your mobile service provider is not providing the 4G service or even if it does, maybe in some geographical areas the 4G service is not available.
Deleting CellularUsage.db does not work in this case. The only way I have found it to work is the not restore from backup option.
There's been a bug with iOS since iOS 7 where the CellularData.db can become corrupted. Once the file has a problem, the Settings app can't save changes to it and there's no easy way to wipe just that file and start over. This file is saved as part of the backup process and then restored, still broken, when you restore from backup. The only solution right ...
Go to General / usage / Manage storage / scroll down to IOS icon and tap it: you then get an option to delete the download.
You can disable which app is using the most data instead. Some apps download data for updates, etc. For sure it's not the Messages app. And for the Messages app, there's just an option to send an iMessage as a text message when cellular data is not available. To know more, check this link from Apple.
Sadly, once the updates start, you don't have a good way to end them other than letting the download complete. You could turn off cellular data entirely or connect to WiFi for the download. You could also erase all content and settings and then restore from a backup - but that's quite a lot of work to kill one download that'a already started.
If your device are jailbreak ... Then u can do this job. You can mywi 7 on cydia. And you can creat wifi hotspot,blutooth tether and usb tether while you cannected wifi .
I had this same problem. The apps that I didn't want to use for cellular and every time I would close out of settings or disable cellular data the apps would re-enable again, but I managed to restore my iPhone I had to set it up as a new iPhone. I advise if you are having a problem like this to write down all your apps or contacts or important stuff down, So ...
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