- Have a water damaged iphone... that i need to back up. It turns on to the plug-in to itunes screen as if it has never been ac...
- Does anybody know for sure? In the video below it looked like ram was integrated. http://www.apple.com/macbook-pro/#macbookpr...
- tried restoring the phone and resetting the network settings. guessing it's hardware, gonna try putting a shim in behind the ...
- Is stuck in Recovery Mode, Don't want to open it up, does anybody know anything software related i should try? Already tried ...
- Redsn0w has a new forced DFU mode (that dosn't require using the power button) that would have probably helped in my situation.
- If you had a whole, working iPad you could use a app such as iSSH to connect to a x11 server i.e.. show your desktop.
- Try to restore it how it is. Try to restore it in DFU mode. (10 seconds power and home and continue to hold home while connected via usb) Try to restore it in recovery mode.(10 seconds power and home and continue to hold home while not connected) post your error codes if you get any.
- Plug the phone in to a usb port on a computer instead of the wall. For iPhones the usb port on a computer seems to be more reliable then a wall charger.
- I don't see why not. Just make sure you insulate the wires from each other, you can use electrical tubing or electrical tape.
- Restore your iPod in iTunes. Click on your ipod in the left column and you should see a 'restore' button in the center of the page. Also try syncing with a different library. (maybe the songs are the source of the problem)
- The headphone jack flex cable includes all the parts that you mentioned are not working, most likely what happened is this cable came unconnected from the board. You can use this guide here: Installing iPhone 3GS Headphone Jack You only have to go to step 3, then make sure the cable directly to the right of connector 6 (one with the red 6 sticker) is attached firmly to the logic board.
- ebay. Kinda depends what your definition of reasonable is though. Best bet would actually be to find a local repair shop, they might sell you one for cheap.
- I would just restore you iPod, that way it will remove everything else that's there's to.
- Try Repairing your disk Start up in single user mode ---- Hold CMD-S on start up Let it boot - When the text stops scrolling: Mount hdd - Type in (no quotes) "mount -uav" Filesystem check - Type in (no quotes) "fsck -f" If it completes successfully you can reboot by typing "reboot" or turn off by typing "halt" or you can run fsck again if you want.
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