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- Hello, i have a 17 Inch MBP (non-unibody) model A1229. First, when i boot, i get these two black bars on the edge of the scre...
- Hello, I have recently jailbroken my 3GS, however i would like to revert back to the normal iOS. However I would not like to ...
- I have a white macbook core duo, and my computer won't connect through wifi. I can only stay connected to my wi-fi base (or a...
- Use recboot to force it out of recovery mode here's the link, the program is very simple and straight foward http://jaxov.com/2010/05/recboot-iphone-recovery-mode/
- You will have to restore in DFU Mode: instructions can be found here: http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/49690...
- Check your headphones by switching headphones, there is a possibility that it one ear is starting to short out. If it still doesn't work properly then your headphone jack is most likely broken.
- Binary code is the most basic form of data composed of 0's and 1's. A "" or "1" is called a bit, and eight bits are called a byte, then 1024 bytes make a kilo byte and so on. The 0's and 1's are based off probability. This is the reason why 0 means False and 1 Means true.
- This problem has been going around for quite a while, Heres what you must do, However, be aware that this process will erase all data on your iPod Touch. To fix the disabled problem, you must go into DFU Mode and restore. DFU Mode 1) Connect your iPod to your computer 2) Turn your iPod Off 3) Press and hold the power button for 3 Seconds 4) While continuing to hold the Power button, press the home button as well for 10 seconds 5) While holding down the home button, release the power button for another 10 seconds 6) iTunes should detect the iPod in recovery mode, press OK, and restore your iPod, from this point forward you may release the buttons. If you have not reached this point, then you have not entered DFU Mode Your iPod should be running again after this process. From this point you can restore to a backup, if there is one present. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bITIiGswj... - This should help you out!
- Because the distortions only show up on normal boot, my guess is that your drivers may be corrupted. Try opening disk utility and repair disk permissions, tell me how that goes
- Installing Android in your iPhone is very easy and simple. Here's how you do it: 1) Make sure that your iPhone is on at firmware 3.1.3 2) Jailbreak your iPhone using redsn0w- More detailed instructions for this procedure can be found here http://www.redmondpie.com/jailbreak-iphone-os-3.1.3-firmware-with-redsn0w-0.9.4/ 3) Open Cydia after you set it up, press Manage, the Sources, then press the Edit button at the top, and then press Add 4) Add the source: http://repo.neonkoala.co.uk 5) After the source has been finished processing, go to search and install bootlace 6) After bootlace has been installed open the app, and press OpeniBoot at the bottom 7) Install OpeniBoot 8) After your iPhone has rebooted, go back into Openiboot 9) Install iDroid 10) After installation press quickboot 11) Press Android Your iPhone now has both iOS and the Android OS Enjoy!
- It sounds like your LCD is damaged, assuming that the lines don't disappear after startup. Here's a guide to replace an LCD iBook G4 12" 1.33 GHz Display Replacement
- this process looks pretty difficult, but here is the guide to replace the front panel assembly : iPhone 4 Display Assembly Replacement
- Although i have a 3GS, i had a similar problem after replacing the glass. However i had fixed my screen by pushing down on the connector, it apparently wasn't in all the way so it just showed the white screen. Try it out and tell me how that goes.
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Before proceeding to step 2, Take a look at your PS2, some PS2's have 10 screws (and screw covers) instead of 8 (i found them underneath the optical drive), these instructions have mislead me and i ended up breaking my top cover for my PS2.