New answers tagged iphone-3gs
Yes, as you said yourself you need a simcard to activate them. But afterwards you can use them "just Wi-Fi" without any problem. Sorry I can't write any longer answer, this is just as it is.
Well, first of all, you really probably don't have iOS 7 running on your iPhone 3gs, since iOS 7 is only compatible with these devices : I'll answer to your question anyway... Apple have effectively introduced a new security functionality in iOS 7 called "Activation Lock" which makes it theoretically impossible to use the phone, even if you reset it, as ...
Was the jailbroken phone also unlocked? If so, the phone has probably become locked again, and will only work with a SIM card after it has been unlocked once more. This is because in some markets, phones are sold locked to a specific carrier, and will only work with a SIM for that carrier. If the phone is unlocked, it can be used with any SIM. The ...
'Safe' is a broad term. If you keep a backup though, there's not much that can go wrong as you can always restore that backup. In addition, as there are no updates available for the 3Gs, you can safely restore to a jailbreakable version of iOS if anything goes wrong. As the last version of iOS that can be installed on the iPhone 3Gs is iOS 6.1.6, this can ...
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 ...
sim not supported the SIM card that you currently have installed in this iphone is from a carrier that is not supported
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