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The home button is located at the bottom of the screen (circle shaped)


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I would do a restore back to factory settings, and then back up from an icloud or itunes backup. You do have a back up right?


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Only if you have a more recent backup. Do you have iCloud Backup set up on the phone? If so, you most likely have a more recent backup on iCloud.


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Could you please advice to your customer by official how to solve the problem of The Voice control automatic poping up and working.


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This would have nothing to do with the phones settings, have you tried calling your contract provider? If that doesn't fix the problem i recommend taking it to the apple store where they can do a diagnoses of the problem.


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Turning Voiceover Off Double-tap the Settings icon on your homepage. Use three fingers to scroll down to the General menu, and double-click on it. Click for image. Use three fingers to scroll down to the Accessibility menu, and double-click on it. Click for image. Double-tap on the VoiceOver menu item. Click for image. Turn VoiceOver off At this point ...


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You need to talk to the seller. You do not need they id and password. They should not give that out anyway. Ask them to do following: Removing an associated device or computer from an Apple ID To remove a device or computer from your Apple ID: Open iTunes. Sign in to your Apple ID by choosing Store > Sign In from the iTunes menu. Choose Store ...


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As a rule of thumb, you should always prevent buying iDevices(iPod, iPhone, and iPad) from Craigslist and eBay, no matter how attractive they look. Even if you had went through eBay, you couldn't raise a dispute since the device isn't physically defective. Your best bet now is contacting Apple, and I do not think they would give you the Apple ID. Have you ...


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that is a trick you may tried it out, it's work for me for now. 1) use air dryer heat up your phone at the top part(you can aim on the headphone jack) until you iphone shown up the temperature screen. 2) When the temperature screen show up , turn off you phone (caution! the phone is very HOT). 3)After it is off pit it into a zip lock bag. 4)Let it rest ...


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Yes. Most external batteries that are USB can be hooked up to both the 4S's 30-pin port and 5s's lightning port. As long as one end of the connecting cable is USB and the other end is the corresponding type for the iPhone in question. One example is: http://www.mophie.com/shop/iphone-4s-4/powerstation-smart-phones-tablets


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Settings>General>Restrictions. Turn OFF Siri If you forgot Restrictions code , pls watch it and solve problem . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xalgQNLKH-w


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It should be possible to perform a reset of the phone by holding the 'home' and 'power' buttons for ten seconds. That should cause the phone to reboot. If you can't do this (e.g. broken power button), then I don't see why removing the battery would not cause the phone to be shut down. I don't see why it would cause any lasting damage, at any rate.


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There are a lot of possible things here that could cause your problem. 1)The Wi-Fi receiver on your iPhone could be faulty. You will have to take it to an Apple Store to get that fixed. 2)Your modem might have connection problems. Try pulling out the power cord and wait 5 minutes. While you're waiting, make sure all the cables are fit into the modem and ...


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The only place to buy an unlocked iPhone is direct from Apple. Buying one from anywhere is a risky proposition. It may either not work as advertised, or worse yet, be a previously stolen phone. Even though you are correct that the iPhone 4S has a chip that works on both GSM and CDMA networks, per Apple, the unlocked phones will only work on GSM networks.


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You could also invert colors: Settings > general > accessibility > invert colors All white will become black!



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