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Answer to: How do I get the settings icon back on my iPhone 6Looks like you can search for "Settings" on your phone, then Reset, then Restore Home Screen Layout. http://ccm.net/faq/34313-ios-the-settings-icon-is-missing says: Open Spotlight Search, and type Settings. Tap Settings. Go to the Reset section > Reset Home Screen layout.
Answer to: Is the Latitude E7470 as repairable as the Latitude E5270?Dell posts full service manuals, which is a good sign for repairability, and means you can take a peek for yourself! I found a manual for the E7470 and it looks pretty darn repairable and upgradable based on those images!
Answer to: My iPhone 1st generation does not chargeIt looks like this may be a similar issue? My iPhone 2g is not turning on or charging Try a hard reset "holding home and power buttons whilst plugged into a power outlet" then try cleaning contacts. If that doesn't work you may need to replace the battery. This answer also suggests simply trying another charging cord wont turn on or charge
Answer to: telechargement du site ifixitSalut Jean-Pierre! Il vaut mieux que vous télécharge que les guides dont vous avez besoin. Sélectionnez "Options" sur le guide, et tappez "Télécharger le PDF." Si vous avez un mobile Android, vous pouvez également télécharger notre app iFixit à partir de le Google Play Store. La, vous pouvez enregistrer les guides en les marquant comme "favoris."
Answer to: İphone 5s kamera değiştirmek için hangi araç setini almalıyım?Google Translate: Ana kamerayı kast ediyorsanız, kılavuzda listelenen araçları buradan bulabilirsiniz. Ön "selfie" kamera farklı bir kılavuzdur, ancak araçlar bunun için de listelenmiştir. English: If you mean the main camera, you can find the tools listed on the guide linked. The front "selfie" camera is a different guide, but the tools are listed for it as well.
Answer to: iPod shuffle 4th generation plays a song repeatedlyCheck the button position: The top three way switch has three settings, on, continuous or shuffle. Green shading on the switch indicates iPod shuffle is on, the next click over is continuous play, then the next tick after that should be shuffle. Check the playlist: It's possible you're stuck inside a specific playlist in the iPod, to change playlists you should be able to use the voiceover button. From the manual "Press and hold the VoiceOver ( ) button. Press Next/Fast-forward (‘) or Previous/Rewind (]) to move through the playlist menu. Press the VoiceOver ( ) button or Play/Pause (’) to select a playlist. Press and hold the VoiceOver ( ) button again to exit without making a selection." Here's a pdf of the manual to help! Good luck!
Answer to: Tis the season - Advice on Pumpkin Carving and preservation, lightingLast year I carved a BB-8 pumpkin! I think I used a standard tea light, but you could use the little LED ones, some even flicker =) It rotted very quickly sitting out on the sunny porch, if you have a big enough fridge I recommend storing it in there if you carve too early!
Answer to: Printer Lights are FlashingLooks like it might be complaining about the CD tray not being locked properly, or there might be paper in the CD tray? Check out this page for the error codes, and to see about running a printer test There's also a printer reset guide here on youtube. Good luck!
Answer to: Cannot make calls, says 'call ended' immidiatelyThis thread is about an iPhone 6s with failing calls, but maybe it can give you an idea of where to start? Looks like you can try turning wi-fi off during calls, and try checking the proximity sensor. I also read that phones with incredibly low memory/storage struggle to complete calls. Good luck!
Answer to: I opened the screen but can't see the battery inside?Hi Thomas! I moved your post from a comment to a question to get you more help! I think what's happened is that the plastic frame separated from the display, so that the glass came up, but the metal clips and LCD plate (you're seeing the backside of the big metal plate in the third photo) stayed in the phone. You can see in this step that the glass can sometimes lift away from the frame. You'll need some thin prying tools, like a plastic opening tool or opening pick (preferably plastic, not metal tools). Insert the tools between the plastic edge and the metal of the case, use step 3 as a guide for where to pry. Once the frame is out of the phone, you should be able to follow the rest of the guide! It might be smart to post a photo here before you start on this, in case I'm wrong!
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