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Current Period refers to the period of time since the last reset. This is nothing to do with the cellular plan. You can see the beginning date of the current period by scrolling to the bottom and looking at the date under the reset option. If you have never reset the counter, it has been counting up like the odometer of a car since you started the OS at a ...


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See my response to this question on the Apple discussions. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5770041?tstart=0 Basically, use a static configuration for your WiFi Network, but leave the Router IP address blank. The LTE icon will be displayed, and the mobile network used for all non-local traffic (ie, Internet) but you will still be connected to the WiFi ...


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If you have a contract, the fixed monthly fees will still apply (if you use it or not) with SIM installed or not. If you do not use your mobile data (true your carrier) but use free WiFi, you will not be charged any fees for that by your carrier.. You can always go into your Cellular settings to turn off data which will allow for you to receive phone ...


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If you want your phone to use NO cellular data, including push notifications, go to Settings -> Cellular and turn Cellular Data to OFF. That should allow you to make and receive phone calls as SMS messages (although iMessage will be disabled).


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Going off that Reddit post more than your question but... Before reading Apple's documentation I always assumed the spinning wheel was started and stopped by the operating system whenever there is network activity. But that isn't the case. It is up to app developers to choose to start and stop it by setting the networkActivityIndicatorVisible to YES to ...


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You need to also turn off background updates, which is where the bulk of the data usage is likely occurring. Settings> General > Background App Refresh > Background App Refresh Off. Of course, you can choose which apps you wish to turn off individually for background refresh instead. Don't forget that if you are worried about cell data usage, you can also ...


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I have found a few apps in the App Store that claim to be both an FTP client and server. That means you can run a server on an iPhone, connect to it from a Mac, transfer files to my phone, and then to a remote server (or vice versa). This would greatly simplify the process. The apps are: FTP On The Go Pro Easy FTP Pro FilesConnect FTPManager iStorage 2 ...


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I did some further investigation and experimentation, and from what I can tell, iOS is identifying the disabled app based on the app binary in some fashion. That is, the actual embedded executable file inside the app bundle, instead of the bundle id as one would intuitively expect. If I create two different builds, and brand them into several brands each, ...


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Go to settings, celluar, off. And you should still get text and email. I don' think any apps will work though. Trying to do the same plan as you!


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I had the same problem. Your battery is dead, plain and simple. So you basically have tree choices: buy a new iPhone; replace your battery, but that might damage your phone if not done properly and may end up costing more than you'd want; buy an external battery and let your 3GS be permanently plugged into that battery. They make pretty nice shell cases ...



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