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Assuming you mean usb charging cable. there could be a couple of things. The new cable you got is not supported by apple. The lightning chargers contain a specialized chip, if the vendor is not apple authorized, it probably wont let it charge. The new cable , doesn't provide proper charge. It may be faulty/provide lesser power than required to charge the ...


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This sounds like it may have something to do with the charger cable connection. Before I realized there was lint in my phone's charger port, I was able to sometimes get it to charge when pulling horizontally on the cable. Check out the phone's lighting port and the laptop's usb ports with a flashlight to see if there is any lint in there blocking the ...


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Check the inside of the phone's charger port with a flashlight. Lint can block all the pins from making a connection which will cause the phone not to charge. Same goes for any open connections like the DC "cigarette lighter" port. Try cleaning the hole(s) out I guess is what I'm saying


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A detailed guide with screenshots: How to enable emoticons in iOS 7


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/Library/Wallpaper is a symlink to the relevant location on the device. The actual location is /var/stash/Wallpaper.xxxxxx/<iOSdevice> with xxxxxx being a generated string and <iOSdevice> being the type of iOS device (e.g. iPhone). The wallpapers are contained within this folder along with the thumbnails.


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If you have a mac computer you can sync your contacts to your computer using iTunes, then export them, and then import them into iCloud. See http://discussions.apple.com/message/23278838#23278838.


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I don't really know why people always think their device is being hacked after something weird is happening in their eyes. If she made a backup on a computer, and someone put that version back - they have access to the complete iPhone after restoring it on another device. Can this be the case? If not, he said things during fights on iMessage? Maybe he just ...


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I've just updated from iOS5 to iOS7 and this is a major drawback. A 3 swipe process to hang up a call is fundamentally flawed IMO. You can hangup by hitting the power button. This doesn't help if you're on 'mute' in a teleconference though.


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Physical Access is Total Control. This is the 100% truth on all things computing. As soon as your phone is physically in someone else's hands, if the thief knows what they're doing they can get around anything. I won't go into detail about how they can subvert a remote wipe, or more generally gain any level of access to your phone, but it's fairly straight ...


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At the bottom of a list is a button reading "Add Old Episodes" which allows you to add anything you have deleted manually.


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If you have SSH access to your device (as mobile user), run uicache then respring. The command provides no Terminal output once complete, just wait for the prompt to return then respring. It takes a few seconds to carry out the command.


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You should try another cable to check whether the cable is the issue, or another hardware.. As per Apple KB to see specific iTunes errors: Check USB connections Related errors: 13, 14, 1600-1629, 1643-1650, 2000-2009, 4000, 4005, 4013, 4014, 4016, “invalid response,” and being prompted to restore again after a restore completes. If ...


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The iPhone will prefer Wi-Fi over Cellular data, so if you are connected to Wi-Fi your iPhone will use that connection instead of Cellular. To completely disable Cellular data, go to Settings → Cellular and disable Cellular Data. This will prevent your device from using Cellular data at all.


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It solved. I just turned off button shapes and the underline prob is solved. Thanks



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