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    Question [Restoring] How to securely wipe/clean all the data ?

    Im having issues with programs being installed but not being listed in the installer..... I had them on the phone prior to being restored a thousand times & now seem to be ghosting or something, also my emails jacked up.....It shows to recieve my mail but wont display it visually! I think it needs to be totally wiped or formatted or something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slander98 View Post
    Im having issues with programs being installed but not being listed in the installer..... I had them on the phone prior to being restored a thousand times & now seem to be ghosting or something, also my emails jacked up.....It shows to recieve my mail but wont display it visually! I think it needs to be totally wiped or formatted or something...
    any help appreciated
    First, wipe your iPhone clean with a stock 1.1.4 firmware. Then call Apple and tell them your iPhone is not working properly [describe everything in detail] software-wise and that you restored several time to no avail.

    That should make Apple Costumer Service Rep, trigger a mail-in repair or go to an Apple Store if near by and tell the Genius Bar your problem.


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    Simply restore to 1.1.4 and take it to the genius bar..........Wont they still be able to tell its been unlocked? I think so!!

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    Slander, your title not in conformity and you posted in the wrong section.
    It is not the first time i warned you about that, so please respect the title format policy, thanks.

    (thread renamed and moved to the right section)


 

 

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