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Get Airport Utility Open Settings App and turn on Wi-Fi Scanner for that app Open Airport Utility Tap Wi-Fi Scan Optionally enter the network name if you care only for that SSID After getting a minute or two of scans, you can inspect the RSSI to make sure the network is viable from a reception point. If that's good, then you need to get help from the ...


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Something similar happened to me once like this. Try a hard restart by holding both the power and the home buttons until you see the Apple icon appear on the screen. Let me know if that works.


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Seems like the app was bought using a different iTunes account. You can display the buyer informations on your Mac using iTunes: Open iTunes Navigate to the "Apps" section/tab in the horizintal navigation menu Search for "WhatsApp" and select it Hit ⌘ + I or right click and select "Information" Click on the "File" tab for the buyer information


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I had the same problem with my iphone 6 plus Im on ios 8.3. My phone would only vibrate no ringtone. My fix: Toggle the ringer button on the left side of my phone OFF and ON. Additional settings (if it would help you): Settings>Do Not Disturb> Manual (Off) Scheduled (Off) Allow Calls From (Everyone) Repeated Calls (On) SILENCE> Only while iPhone is ...


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Shut the iPhone completely off and turn it back on. Make sure the iPhone is at 100% charge and still plugged into the charger. Attempt to do an "over the air" update wirelessly via Software Update under Settings. If that fails then update the iPhone via iTunes. Have a look at Update the iOS software on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch for steps using ...


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Non tested manual method create a new folder ALL_PHOTOS on your PC/Mac copy all your iphone photos directly to ALL_PHOTOS copy all your camera photos directly to ALL_PHOTOS (no subfolders) go to iTunes, select your iDevice, go to Photos section, check 'Sync Photos' checkbox and choose the ALL_PHOTOS folder as your 'copy photos from' folder. Sync After ...


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There is an Unread smart tab on the main screen of the Mail app (if you can not see this, try going into edit and adding it). This will show you any downloaded emails that have not been read. From here you can mark all as read.


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Not having the device in person I can only make an assumption. The problem is not the headphones but the audio port on your iPhone. The small connector balls on the inside of the port must be damaged. I'm guessing if you looked inside, there would be one that is stuck in. Try blowing some air in the port or using a small pin to clean the inside. It might ...



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