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Assuming you didn't wipe your phone before removing the SIM card, your messages (and everything else) will still be on the phone. If your phone is still registered in "Find my iPhone" and has network connectivity (either through a new SIM card or through WiFi), you can wipe it from your iCloud account. See iCloud: Find My iPhone overview and iCloud: Erase ...


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I asked Siri to search something. Then I selected it. Returned to my home screen and there it was again!!


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Follow these steps: Connect one end of the USB cable to your computer, but let the other end not connect to your iPhone. Turn your iPhone off. When the phone is off, hold down the home button and connect the other end of USB cable (which should still be attached to your computer) to the dock connector. Alternatively you can download recboot to ...


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You can sort your movies into Genres, that is the only way I have found to sort of make a subfolder.


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If you are talking about the Exchange link: All services bound to that account will be removed. For example, if you add a new contact, the iPhone should have asked you where you want to add them. Either in the Exchange account or in the iCloud. If you've selected Exchange for this all the time, the contacts are saved in the Exchange account and will be gone ...


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Without jailbreak no. Even if you're using the same Apple ID on both devices, you can't get the same SMS and call (and also call logs) of the other device, because this two things depends from the telephone number and they're recorded on the device that received the message / call. Probably you'll get the iMessage on both devices because they works ...


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On a jailbroken device, follow these instructions from Battlesnake5 on reddit: Using iFile, go to /System/Library/LaunchDaemons and move com.apple.iapd.plist somewhere safe. This disables the service that works with accessories from starting, so when you reboot it should work fine.


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No. You need to contact the person who sold you the phone and get them to either give you the iCloud details, or give you your money back. The phone can not be activated by Apple until it has been unlocked using the iCloud details (login and password) that it was locked with. This is a security measure to stop stolen phones from being useful to people. If ...


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Either connect it to iTunes or to a powersource


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You can upgrade iPhone 4G to latest iOS 7.1.2, but since your iPhone is jailbreak, the phone itself cannot complete the upgrade. You need connect the phone with itunes on computer, and use iTunes to complete the upgrade process.


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You will have to plug your iPhone into a computer and update using iTunes to the latest iOS version. This will of course undo the jailbreak.


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No, they aren't. Here you can find the two type of charger, 5W (iPod and iPhone charger) and 12W (iPad, iPod, iPhone charger) with compatibility list. The length of 30 pin connector is always the same (it is standardised for Apple).


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You can try to put your iPhone into Recovery mode: 1)Plug the device's USB cable into your computer only. 2)Hold down the device's Home button as you connect the USB cable to it. 3)When you see the Connect to iTunes screen, release the Home button. If you don't see this screen, try steps 1 through 3 one more time. If that doesn't work, you can try the ...



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