Problem updating iphone 3g to ios4
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Well it didn't take long to hear from i Phone owners who tried the 3.1.3 firmware update to fix their existing battery problems.
It won’t cost extra and now you won’t have to remember what all you had installed if this happens again. Have you noticed any other problems found another solution or have more tips? Joe Colburn is a software engineer specializing in PHP and a technology enthusiast.
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This solution was figured out by some i Phone users who didn’t want to wait for Apple to release a patch. Like the solutions above, this is just a work-around to resolve the problem for now, but it offers a decent compromise. The thing that makes this not the best solution over all is that I still have to manually re-install each and every one of my Apps.
It involves creating a new APN without having to restore the whole i Phone as a new install. I’ll look at this as a little house-cleaning, but it’s still annoying and time-consuming.
On top of that, you’ll have to re-install every single application. It does get you back online with the 3G network, but does not fix MMS and you can’t connect to the App Store. Additionally, I recovered most of my email, account settings, bookmarks, text history, etc.
Here’s some things to remember before it happens: – Wait a week or so before upgrading and let us eager beavers find all the problems. Sadly, my handy old backup was a few weeks old, so my emails, texts, etc were too. Once you’ve downloaded on your phone, grab a copy on i Tunes.
Some people are reporting the same problems, if not worse after updating to 3.1.3 from 3.1.2 or earlier i Phone OS versions.
Previously, many users updated to 3.1 software so they could take advantage of MMS functionality on AT&T and found that an unwelcome side effect was shortened battery life on the i Phone 3GS.
Apple’s currently suggested solution will be fine for some and unacceptable for others.
Essentially, their solution is to eliminate the problem APN in the way that involves the least amount of technical knowledge: a factory reset.
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(Learn how to turn on MMS without updating your 3.0 firmware here.