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    Default "this accessory is not made to work with iphone" wtf?

    this message continues blinking on my iphone. even when i turn it off it turns itself on and appear.

    what does it mean? how to fix?



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    did you install some crap? or did you attach some bluetooth device to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotFound View Post
    did you install some crap? or did you attach some bluetooth device to it?
    nope. also restored, did not solve.

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    It happens on my wifes phone all the time (sat in a dock on a mains charger) .
    We just ignore it, it doesn't seem to have any adverse effects.

    I've never seen it on a phone sat in a dock connected to a computer (and i've setup loads that way), so I think its something to do with the dock and the mains charger. Perhaps from mains interferrence or something daft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by healeydave View Post
    It happens on my wifes phone all the time (sat in a dock on a mains charger) .
    We just ignore it, it doesn't seem to have any adverse effects.

    I've never seen it on a phone sat in a dock connected to a computer (and i've setup loads that way), so I think its something to do with the dock and the mains charger. Perhaps from mains interferrence or something daft.
    yes, it has a effect. you cannot turn the iphone off.


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    you should still be able to turn of the phone... press and hold power and home button without it being plugged into anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosvaldosta View Post
    you should still be able to turn of the phone... press and hold power and home button without it being plugged into anything.
    yes. i mean.. i can turn it off. but.. it turns immediatly on, it's like something it's plugging somewhere, so it turns on.

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    check for corrosion in the dock port
    i've seen a few like that before

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    Quote Originally Posted by defectiv View Post
    check for corrosion in the dock port
    i've seen a few like that before
    it's brand new. opened 2 days ago.

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    Something is probably making 2 contact points connect. You can try taking a soft-dry toothbrush and gently brushing at the dock connection to unjar it, if something is there.


 

 
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