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I had the same problem - everything looked right in settings but my iphone5 still only vibrated. The ring tone that I had it set to indeed had stopped working when I tested it, so I switched to another ring tone and it works.
You can use the battery from the phone that is not from your provider, but not switch radios. Batteries between models, e.g., iPhone 5, are the same even when the radios are not. Even when radio types are the same, e.g., GSM vs GSM, the operating frequencies, etc., often aren't. Other pieces, such as screen glass, case, screen layers and the like are also ...
GMT, also called UTC or Zulu time. Is the basis time (zero) for all time zones clocks world wide. When the Time Zone Support is turned on, the Calender will rightly so show the GMT for you to decide which time zone is to be used. It has to do that logically, since you are on time zone support (means automatic switching the time zone) if you travel. So ...
There is a ring/silent switch on the left side of the iPhone 5s, (right side for iPhone 6), just above the sound up and down arrows. Slide it up, and that should turn your ringer back on, you should be able to hear your phone ring.
Another solution I found to this problem: Open Settings -> Phone -> Show Caller ID It'll take some seconds to load the and show a loading indicator, after that is done the phone will be able to make and receive calls
I think the best solution might be to factory reset your iPhone. You can use this link for further guidance on this topic: Use iTunes to restore your iOS device to factory settings. :)
You need an iPhone 6 to be able to calculate 'flights' without any external device or manual input, as it uses a new sensor, the altimeter/air pressure sensor. Steps is 'how many paces you took' Flights is 'how many times did your elevation change by more than [I think] 12ft whilst you were walking.' As far as I'm aware, 'steps' is included in ...
Yes, turning off WiFi will save power. In case you are not using any data it will but if you still gonna use cellular data with Wi-Fi off then it might be that you actually get less of battery life since data on cellular uses more battery than on WiFi especially if signal is weak. For example for iPhone 6 (for 5 it was about the same) specs for Power and ...
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