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    Hi Guys,

    I had a v1.1.2 iPhone and used iLiberty+ to J/U/A it and it is now sitting at v1.1.4.

    When I go to sleep I put my iPhone into airplane mode, so that I am not disturbed during the night. (Also to save a little battery power)

    I have noticed that sometimes my iPhone switches OFF airplane mode by itself. It goes back into normal mode in the middle of the night, without any user interaction.

    Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?

    Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by WyldPhoenix View Post
    Hi Guys,

    I had a v1.1.2 iPhone and used iLiberty+ to J/U/A it and it is now sitting at v1.1.4.

    When I go to sleep I put my iPhone into airplane mode, so that I am not disturbed during the night. (Also to save a little battery power)

    I have noticed that sometimes my iPhone switches OFF airplane mode by itself. It goes back into normal mode in the middle of the night, without any user interaction.

    Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?

    Thanks in advance
    ~Wyld
    Maybe you have some of the settings to check your email or voicemail every certain amount of time. This might explain since your iPhone will go out of AirPlane mode in order to access data services to complete its scheduled functions.

    However, this might not be the case, I am not sure 100%, hope it helps.
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    I hear what you are saying, but would that not defeat the whole point of having an "airplane" mode?!? - In order to turn OFF all of your wifi-type signal eminating from your iPhone, so you can use it in an airplane?!?

    I will however test your theory ... right now ... while I am still awake ... ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WyldPhoenix View Post
    I hear what you are saying, but would that not defeat the whole point of having an "airplane" mode?!? - In order to turn OFF all of your wifi-type signal eminating from your iPhone, so you can use it in an airplane?!?

    I will however test your theory ... right now ... while I am still awake ... ;-)
    I know that Airplane mode switching off defeats the purpose, which is why I thought of it as a theory; however, its the most logical solid think I could think off. Unless you have friends living with you and pull a prank on you, or a ghost in the house or you sleep walk at night .

    Anywho, hope the phone is working fine. If it happens again try a Restore using iTunes, maybe that wipes clean any mistakes in Airplane mode.
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    Same happens with my WiFi !!!
    Keeps switching on after some time. Voicemail is not activated and E-Mail is set to update Manually.

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