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    Question [Advice] Switch to "Airplane Mode"... on its own!

    Hi guys,

    So, I've noticed something strange about my trusty 1st-gen, 8gb iPhone - ever since I unlocked it (on my Mac, using iLiberty+ 1.51), I'm now getting sporadic pop-up errors, the same error that comes when I plug in my old Dock-connector FM transmitter: "This accessory is not made to work with the iphone. Turn on Airplane Mode?"

    The strange thing is that this message will pop up when I'm just using the phone (even when it's locked!), and not when I'm actually connecting it to any devices.

    Any ideas? I'm stumped! It's not really screwing up my phone, but it's strange and annoying. It seems random, as I can't repeat any action that triggers it.

    Thanks a bunch!

    Huxley



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    Your dock connector is probably getting short circuited by something, check it so there's no junk stuck in it.

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    Ghost in the machine, DFU restore while wearing much garlic round neck.... or what the other guy said.

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    Are you living nearby an Airport ?

    You might have connected you Phone with a 3rd party device designed for iPod.
    Many people in the Hardware section have this Hardware problem.

    The chip responsible for the IAP protocol between the phone and the 3rd party device is probably damaged.

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    It's also possible that the socket for the iphone cable connector is damaged or rusted in some way.
    You may consider to change the whole flex cable with the connector.


 

 

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