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This should not happen. What you can do is, press and hold the home and power key for 10 seconds. The device will enter recovery mode and now you can connect to itunes and install the iOS operating system from scratch.


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This is usually an issue with being unable to properly remove temporary data. It's root cause could be one of two things: 1. The permissions for the .Trash service is corrupt Or There is issues in the directory of the storage component. Either way the solution is to restore the device and setup as a new iPhone. Erase all content and settings should ...


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If you know about jailbreaking you really should know what it does. It is literally changing how the OS operates, disables some functions and replaces them with others. "Hacking" in the classic sense of modifying someone else's design. None of this has been approved by Apple, nor tested by Apple, nor anyone who writes apps. When you jailbreak a device, even ...


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Installing the jailbreak will not delete your apps, but it is generally recommended to backup your phone, do an "Erase All Content", and install the jailbreak with only the OS on the phone. You can then sync your phone to get all of your apps back after the jailbreak is installed. You should probably allow around 2 GB for the jailbreak, possibly more if you ...


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My advice would be to fix your home button (here's an excellent guide from ifixit if you want to fix it yourself: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+4+Home+Button+Replacement/3144) and then put it into DFU mode. If your home button is dodgy, fixing it will greatly enhance your chances of getting into DFU mode in order to restore it within iTunes. There are ...


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If there is no important data on the iPad itself, perhaps an upgrade to a newer iPad is in order if you and/or your father can afford it. The iPad 1 is rapidly becoming an orphan, and will in time become an important historical icon, just like the Apple ][ and the rainbow Apple logo. As is explained elsewhere on this page, updates to any apps previously ...


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No. You will need to restore using iTunes. The iPad will completely be factory reset (meaning like it's fresh out of the box). Your personal data on the device will be lost but you can redownload all apps for free using the same Apple ID you bought them with. However you might run into some issues since the iPad 1 only runs iOS 5 and most apps require iOS ...



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