Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
My iphone started acting very strange about week ago.
When i switch screen on everything works.. until i don't touch it for 1-2 sec. then screen will not respond to touch anymore.. all the rest of programs and other buttons are working fine..
And when i switch screen off and on again.. it will let me again use the screen until i don't touch it for 1-2sec..
Would be really great if anyone can help me find solution to it..
I tried already rebooting, rest all settings and even restored it to 1.1.1
Nothing.. all the time the same..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way is to reflash a new firmware and wipe the code as well as the phone clean.
To do this start itunes on your computer. Then connect your phone to the computer. Once itunes detected your phone hold the POWER and the HOME buttons down at the same time for about 10 seconds. Once the phone flashes off, let go of the POWER button and keep holding the HOME button until you see a message on the itunes telling you that your phone is detected and needs to be RESTORED. Follow directions and it will do its job. I appreciate your positive vote. Thanks
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: 3G Iphone won't charge
If you are comfortable with opening devices you can take a multimeter to the battery. If the phone doesn't turn on if your battery has 3.7V or more, you have a logic board issue. It should also boot at least for 5 sec if you plug it into the charger when it is disconnected from the battery. If it also doesn't respond to that, and you are out of warranty, the logic board needs to be replaced. There are iPhone Repair guides that show you how. If you're under warranty apple will replace it without problems with an error like this.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Connect your phone to the computer and open iTunes. Hold both the home key and the power button until the iPhone turns off. Continue to hold them both for 5 more seconds. Release the power button but continue to hold the home button for 10 - 15 more seconds. I tunes should detect the phone in DFU mode. Restore firmware from this mode.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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