Apple has implemented in iPhone 5 no less than three microphones to provide users with high quality audio calls. Although the device is compatible with HD Voice technology, there seems to be some problems in using the terminal in an area with much noise. In these situations, the call quality is poor, users are saying that they hear what the other person says as if it had their ears “clogged” but they come back and say that this happens only when there is noise around the user, or when they are walking.
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New users may encounter some problems while using the iPhone or they simply do not know the best or fastest way of using iPhone. The iPhone is a very powerful device and if used correctly, the usage of it is limitless.
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Last night I was made aware that iPhone 3GS owners with baseband on iPad could have problems with an iOS 4.3.4 update. Since I don’t have an iPhone 3GS with baseband on iPad I could not test the problem but I have researched, and I discovered that many users have met this problem so far and assume that some of you are in the same situation.
Apparently after the iOS 4.3.4 update, some iPhone 3GS owners with baseband on iPad cannot make jailbreak and cannot use the terminal neither using the Tethered Mode function. redsn0w 0.9.8 beta 3 would not work at all, the terminal would remain in Recovery Mode and the only solution would be to downgrade at the iOS 4.3.3. [click to continue…]Incoming search terms: downgrade ipad baseband, iphone 3gs ipad baseband downgrade
If the UDID your device is not activated as registered device in iOS Provisioning Portal, you will most likely getting this error on iTunes after restore to iOS beta.
We’re unable to complete your activation.
This device is not registered as part of the iPhone Developer Program.
If you are a member of the Program, please register your device in the iPhone
Developer Program Portal.
In order to install iOS beta version (such as iOS 4 beta or iOS 5 beta), you will need to be registered as iOS developer and add device ID (UDID) to provisioning portal.
Otherwise, if you don’t want to pay $99 only to let you trying new features iOS beta version, you can ask existing developer (family, friends, someone forum, etc) to add your device to provisioning portal for free. If you don’t know anyone that will let you add UDID for free, you can spent a few bucks to activate UDID using online services which offering UDID activation service.
To see the best and trusted UDID activation services, click here!
It’s a good deal to pay a few bucks instead paying $99 to enroll yourself as registered iOS developer.
How-to fix an unknown error 3002 while restore iOS 5.
Are you trying to install iOS 5 into iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and getting an unknown error occurred (3002) error message on iTunes?
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The iPhone “iPhone” could not be updated. An unknown error occurred (3002).
Were you trying to install iOS 5 into the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad but got an error on iTunes saying that “This device isn‚Äôt eligible for the requested build” ?
iTunes will show “This device isn‚Äôt eligible for the requested build” error when iTunes received “No” response from Apple server during verification process while restoring iOS to device.
If you have ever run TinyUmbrella, or manually edit hosts file and didn’t change it back, you probably will have this error because iTunes failed to contact the real Apple TSS server.
How-to make the device eligible for the requested build while restoring iOS 5?
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