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Its supposed that the apps that you can download should work well on your iphone, in the case where the app is not compatible with that iOS version it should pop you an alert, if some app does not work correctly the only thing you can do is: What you are doing right now, restore the device and manage well your iphone storage. Post an App Store review in ...
In iTunes, go to iTunes Menu > Preferences > click the "Devices Preferences" tab, and tick the "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically" box. This will stop iTunes from opening automatically when you plug in your iPhone. You can also connect your iPhone to iTunes, stop the sync, click the iPhone icon in the upper left corner of the ...
There is nothing that can fix this other than hardware service, it's greyed out because the Wi-Fi module is not functioning correctly, it is intermittent now but will eventually fail entirely. Your best course of action if you are under warranty is to take it to Apple, however this model is unlikely to be under the 1 year warranty, or 2 year AppleCare ...
If your missing device is off or offline, you can still put it in Lost Mode, lock it, or remotely erase it. The next time your device is online, these actions will take effect. If you remove the device from your account while it's offline, any pending actions for the device will be cancelled. Once it's in Lost Mode, no-one can do anything with it, it's a ...
Run uicache as mobile, then respring.
If you decide to use a third-party cable, I would recommend an Apple MFI certified cable. These will be more expensive than other non-Apple cables, but they have been approved by Apple and should not damage your device.
Today I used the free software iBrowse on my Mac (PC version also available) to view my iPhone 5 file sytem. I opened the Recordings folder and found all my Voice Memos. The interesting part is, a Voice Memo I had Trimmed and sent to someone via iMessage, was there in both its original filename and full size, as well as another copy with .trimmed appended ...
Just a heads-up: I unlocked my iPhone 4 (using AT&T's unlocking service) but found that it does not function with the Vodaphone simcard I bought in Greece. I hear that there are two kinds of unlocking, one for domestic service and one for international (GSM) service.
You can't easily downgrade your iPhone. This is discussed here on AD.SE. Searching on Google I see some people claiming it can be done, but I can't and won't confirm myself because of the bricking risks involved. Good news is, from threads at the Apple forums, it looks like you just have to pair your iPhone and speaker again. In your phone go to Settings ...
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Yes, there is a way: if the starting four digits of serial numbers are continuously letters or numbers, then that is a refurbished device.
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