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The best way to solve this is to call Apple Care (http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201232). They would be able to solve this if you want to download an app. When you want to download a free app, you could also try on iTunes for a Mac of windows pc. When you're asked to enter your payment credentials, there should be an option to choose "none". I would try ...


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If by top button you mean the power button, use the home button to turn it on. If you are experiencing problems with that hardware button I'd look at ways to fix it, at a new phone, or not. Try the silent switch. To turn your phone off enable assistive touch in the accessibility preferences.


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Maybe your mesaage is turned off in notifications, my husband had the same problem and that is what fixed his


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@stuffe came up with a couple of correct solutions based on traditional wisdom, but failed to realize the depth to which Apple will go to obfuscate problems from the user. It appears that there is a software setpoint for current (or power since the voltage is supposed to be the fixed) below which this state is triggered. The message: "This accessory may ...


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try taking it apart and cleaning any dust or dirt off the logic board then put it back together. I did that to mine it worked fine


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If your phone is jail broken and you have the "dockshift" tweak, remove it and your missing icons should be revealed where your dock was hidden.


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I turned on Family Sharing for my kids on my iPhone 5 that has iOS 8. After entering their emails, I entered their passwords. On their iOS 8 iPads, purchases from all the family members show up, but not on the iPod 4 or iPhone 4. However, my kids on those devices still have "Ask to buy" show up. If you want them to have access to all of your apps, you could ...


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I just made a 15.5 minute test video with my iPhone 5S. File size is 1.31 GB, or 85 MB/minute. 7 GB of storage would handle 82 minutes of video. Of course the complexity of the video and audio should have an effect on the compression, so this is just a rough guideline.


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More than likely you ripped the battery terminals off the motherboard. When connected to the computer it tries to boot but fails to detect a battery. Look very carefully at where the plug attaches to the board. You'll see one or several little brown patches where terminals for the plug to plug into were once attached. Look at the battery plug.....that's ...


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i've been stuck in this situation -- something went wonky with it. my solution was to use findmyiphone to remotely wipe the phone. it will wipe it and then ask you for the appleid and password. then it finally worked and it was free of all accounts.


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The issue is not the SIM card but if the phone is activated. If it is activated, what you have is basically an iPod touch. As long as you have an iTunes account that you can sign into on the phone you can download anything that is compatible with the phone and the version of IOS on it. Also, you can often just walk into a phone store and request a SIM card. ...


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Yes, you can download apps on your iPhone 4S without a SIM card. Without a SIM card, you'll get an annoying-but-harmless "No SIM Card Installed" warning every time you restart. Also, if it's a GSM iPhone you'll be unable to restore the device from iTunes if necessary without at least temporarily installing a SIM card. For those reasons, you may want to ...


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I had the same problem when I did a screen repair if you replace the screw in the EXACT place you removed them from the phone will no work properly ie no wifi, not charging, no call ect I hope this helps you with your problem :)


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When an iPhone is plugged in, it will boot up (that is actually a common techniques used for restarting an iPhone if the power button doesn't work for some reason). If the iPhone is powered off while charging, it will remain powered off and will not automatically come back on. I understand that you have an iPhone 4 and there is the chance that it was ...



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