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Restore the device with iTunes (connect the device and click Restore in iTunes). Once the device is restored, set up the device using an iTunes backup and select the iTunes backup that you made before you restored the device. If you want the device jailbroken, jailbreak the device using evasi0n 7.


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My iphone 3gs is from US and I am using it India since 2 and half years, till now my sim card was working in it. Only after the update of my jailbroken device to ios 6.1.6 by restoring factory settings, its happining. Is it because my sim card is of INDIA or so, will i have to break my sim card or phone lock for that.


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Turning off "Location Services" on your iPhone will eliminate GPS usage from draining your battery. Here's how: On your iPhone, open "Settings" > Privacy > Location Services. Slide the button to Off. This will disable ALL location services (GPS). You can also turn off access for individual apps. P.S. I think you're getting better battery life than you ...


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I have already tried it 4-5 times, even by removing sim card and inserting it again and switching on the device again, but still doesnt recognize and activate. My iphone 3gs is from US and I am using it India since 2 and half years, till now my sim card was working in it. Only after the update of my jailbroken device to ios 6.1.6 by restoring factory ...


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Try to remove the SIM card and insert it again. If it's doesn't help, try to restore the device again.


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Remove the Simcard and place it back, get a paperclip to do this for an iPhone 3GS. Try it (several times if it does not recognize it after one try) and it should recognize the simcard.


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I found the answer to my own question - the filenames must be in strict 8.3 format i.e. the main name is exactly 8 characters long.


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At the bottom of a list is a button reading "Add Old Episodes" which allows you to add anything you have deleted manually.


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You can listen to podcasts with the Music app, if you do not want to conform by running iOS7 or run a third party app.


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Which version of the iPad do you have? Not every version is compatible with every version of iOS; in particular, the first-generation iPad cannot be upgraded to iOS 6+. If that's what you've got, 5.1.1 is the latest version your device supports. See this table on EveryMac for details of which versions are compatible with which operating systems.


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Yes, you can see how much storage your Messages are taking up directly on your iOS device by going to: Settings > General > Usage No, you cannot mass delete from a specific period of time. If you are sending lots of images and videos, that 40% probably is your Messages database which includes pictures and videos.



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