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There's also an app designed to test your battery: http://batteryscore.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/app/batteryscore-easy-way-to-benchmark/id793023941?ls=1&mt=8 The score it gives isn't the easiest to interpret, but you can compare it against other scores.


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When your phone is near-dead, go to Settings > General > Usage and see how long your battery has lasted. Then check how long your phone should have lasted. I use the app "System Status" by Jiri Techet to tell me that information, but you can look it up online or use another app.


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Theoretically the device list is as follows, running iOS 7 or later: iPhone 5 or later iPad (4th generation or later) iPad mini iPod touch (5th generation) That said, this is the compatibility list for AirDrop which uses WiFi Direct as of iOS 7. Your mileage may vary with apps that are not utilizing AirDrop for the WiFi Direct functionality.


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This most likely means that his Wifi chip/antenna/thing is "burnt out". You can most likely get it replaced at an Apple Store, or through a 3rd party Apple approved technician.


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Try to put your device in DFU mode, then restore it via iTunes. This method should work with you.


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Have a look at How to Block an Email Address on iPhone as the information might be helpful.


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I keep fully charging my iPhone 4s and using it throughout the day. Every couple of days my phone is dying at 7% 20% etc. I have researched this and many people are experiencing the exact same thing. The same percentages and are fully charging it! I think it is just a problem with iPhone 4s'due to reasearch. My phone was second hand and off eBay and someone ...


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Go to: Settings > general > reset > location and privacy. Clears all the stored location cache and app privacy settings ie "allow this app to use location" question will pop up again for every app. This fixed my problem without having to restore my phone to a new one.


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Once you've installed the relevant apps back on the device, open iExplorer or similar app and copy the files back on to the device in the app's data container.


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I simply signed out of my apple id, signed into a different one, then signed back into my initial one and it worked. Hope it helps.


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No, its not notifications beeping. I have a dropped iPhone 4S here, that has a cracked screen. Plugging it into a charger results in a constant beeping every 6 seconds exactly with no display. I have no idea if it's because the display/touchscreen is damaged or if the phone has crashed and is displaying a blank screen as i have no idea of the extent of the ...


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The incoming IMAP server you are getting ("IMAP.apple.mail.yahoo.com") is not a real Yahoo IMAP server. Like @Buscar said, deleting and re-adding should resolve the problem. However, it seems like the settings are getting recreating incorrectly. What I'd do, after re-adding the email, is manually fix the settings to the right servers. To fix them, go to ...


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This is a UNLOCKED GSM Model. You can easily buy it. If you are not sure then ask for the imei code & use some web services to check the imei to confirm if it's unlocked / blocked.


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Try to put your device in DFU mode then do a full iTunes restore. If not fixed then vist the apple store or call Verizon Support.


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I have had trouble with this as well. I got my Iphone to give me a banner alert but it only stays up for such a short time that yu have to have the phone in your hand to make it practical.I then discovered this app Lock info - Harri Lainio and it allows me to set my lock screen with reminders that stay on the screen for as long or short as I like! Up to a ...


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You can call Verizon customer support @ 1 (800) 922-0204. They should be able to deactivate your phone and activate the replacement. Even in the case of newer phones that are unlocked like the iPhone 6 - you still need a Verizon rep to activate the device after placing the SIM in it due to how their network is configured.


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According to Apple, error 1 means: These errors mean that your device or computer may have a hardware issue that's preventing the update or restore from completing. I would suggest you try: Other usb ports Not using a usb hub, plug directly to your machine Different computer Different (preferably original) usb cable Use TinyUmbrella and its "exit ...


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I had this problem (in Yosemite, iPhone 4S) and got it working. The solution is based on what appears to be a dependency that Image Capture has on iPhoto. In my case the issue was that upon upgrading the OS, my version of iPhoto was not compatible with it. I updated iPhoto to a compatible version, and now Image Capture again recognizes the phone. I hope this ...



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