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I'd say there are some posibilites that could cause issues like this. What Computer are you connecting to? Did you tried it with another machine? THe probblem accured just after resetting your phone? Any known other issues reagrding your USB-Hub?


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Check to see if your network carrier data options are enabled (probably through your account with the carrier). If so check to see if you have your data turned on Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data switch is to green. Reset network settings Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings If none of the above work you can always take your backplate ...


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I've pinpointed this to be mail related - specifically the time duration you're syncing mail. I use exchange for work mail and when I had 1 month of mail sync, "other" was at 5.5gb. I changed that to be 1 week sync and it dropped to .5 gb. Don't know if icloud or gmail are affected as well but it appears to be an issue with the default iphone email app. ...


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The MEID number (the first 14 digits of the IMEI number) is inscribed on the SIM tray on iPhone 4 phones. It is also available in Settings -> General -> About as "IMEI" (just ignore the last digit). More information including photos here: iOS: How to find the serial number, IMEI, MEID, CDN, and ICCID number.


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Yes and no. If you get an apple certified charger, it will most probably only damage your battery as much as the apple charger, if not less. However, if you want to buy those cheap or even expensive chargers from a non certified producer, there is no telling what it might do to your phone.


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I vote no on the cheap cord. Went from 24hr battery life to 5. Forgot to plug it in one night bought a cheap one at the convenience store on the way to work. Charged a quarter of the way and stopped charging. Once home used apple charger ever since but battery life is terrible now. iPhone 5


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Downgrading the baseband hasn't been possible to do on the iPhone 4 since iOS 4.0.x. Even if you had been preserving the baseband, the tool to do this with (sn0wbreeze) hasn't been updated since iOS 6, so you wouldn't be able to do it anyways. And to answer your question directly, no, it's not possible to downgrade it by injecting the older firmware into the ...


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There is no push for mail settings for iPhone 5


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It's perfectly normal. The iPhone 4 version of ios7 is lacking many features seen on the newer devices, including parallax, panorama, Siri and yes, live filters. However the filters can be applied in the photos app.


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I use an iPhone 4 too. Have the same options at the camera app. More options you get at photo app if you open a photo and tap on "edit". Now you have severall possibilities like color and so on.


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Have you tried a reset? From Apple Support: How to reset You should reset your device as a last resort and only if you can't restart it. To reset, press and hold both the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for at least 10 seconds, until you see the Apple logo. Support link with pictures: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1430 If that fails: Plan B is ...


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With iOS 7 you can open Control Center to adjust the brightness. Turn the display on using the lock button. If you're not sure if the display is on, press the lock button, wait about 30 seconds, then press the lock button again. Swipe up from the home button to the top of the display. Swipe right on the display starting 4 cm from the bottom of the display ...


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The screen dim controls on the side of the device won't dim the display that much. It might be a backlight failure and the device could need a repair. You can take the device into a room with a table lamp and usually shine the light on the side to see enough to operate a screen even with the backlight totally failed. You can unlock the device by connecting ...


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That looks like a hardware fault. Sorry but you'll need to take it to an Apple Store or somewhere similar to be repaired or replaced.


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you can download Tinyumbrella and inside tinyumbrella, select your "restore device" (as it likely is called) and choose to "exit recovery", if this doesn't help, you're probably out of luck. :-/ But I guess you either have an iTunes based or iCloud based backup of your phone, so there is still hope you don't lose all your data



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