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Since the restrictions are turned on, Its highly possible that someone turned safari off, and set the restriction. Find out who used your phone other than you before safari went off, and ask them to put in the password. The resolutions is what Stuffe suggested. You will have to reset your phone to factory condition. Take a backup. refer ...


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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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This should answer your questions: Advantages - http://www.onlinemobilesupport.com/the-advantages-of-jailbreaking-your-iphone/ Tethering Ultimate Customizations Download Useful Apps from Cydia Disadvantages - http://www.onlinemobilesupport.com/disadvantages-jailbreaking-iphone/ A Chance of Bricking your iPhone Temporary Void of Warranty SSH Hacking ...


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I struggled with this for quite a while. Out of nowhere, I could not add any events or reminders to my calendar, and the (+) in the corner of my calendar was grey. Super frustrating! Go under settings. Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. You must click on individual accounts, and move the slider for calendar to the "on" position. For instance, I have an ...


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Yes, the device can communicate with Find my iPhone over Wi-Fi. Find my iPhone uses the currently available network connection, regardless of whether that be Wi-Fi or cellular. The GPS is still used to obtain location information along with Wi-Fi data and the location is sent over Wi-Fi to Find my iPhone.


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How about PhoneView (http://www.ecamm.com/mac/phoneview/). Although its not a true backup of your iPhone at least you can get all the important stuff off of it.


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If you want to do an offline upgrade iOS to iOS 7.1, follow the steps in this guide http://echo.com.ng/2013/howto-apple-ios-7-offline-manual-upgrade


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I suspect the saved settings to be your problem, so re-installing the app will probably not help. But anyway: To re-install without losing your settings, do an encrypted backup of your phone with iTunes. Then restore your phone from the backup. This will re-install all your apps and hence the Facebook app. Takes long, but does what you wish for. Be sure to ...


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http://www.cultofmac.com/225244/apple-decides-not-to-kill-always-on-vpn-for-ios-devices/ hopefully this will help you.


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Go to Settings->Mail, Contact, Calendars. Scroll to the CALENDARS section. There you will find the option: Default Calendar. Change that to the one you want to be default.


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Go to Contacts Locate the person you're talking about Click Edit right on top Remove the custom ringtone which has been set Save it and return to springboard Everything should be back to normal


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To summarize You tried to update a jailbroken iPhone without restoring it first. The iPhone won't boot anymore Cause You cannot just upgrade a jailbroken device without restoring it as new device. Solution If you restore the iPhone via iTunes it should be fixed. (You don't need any Apple ID for this, unless the iPhone is already iOS 7.* and iCloud ...


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Yes you can see this by clicking: Settings Cellular You can see total duration on this page including since last reset


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Open Settings and go to General > Phone > Blocked. Make sure there's nobody on that list. Also, if there's a moon icon in the status bar, open Settings and turn off Do Not Disturb. Otherwise, I think both of you should call your service provider because this is most likely a problem on their end.



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