What does it mean when an iphone says iphone disabled when it cuts oncategory: Iphone
If you enter the wrong passcode too many times, you’ll see a message that says "iPhone is disabled" and to try again later: On!
It just depends if your passcode is correct! Visit the source for more information! again soon :)
Click on "passcode lock" then set your random 4 digit code. Enter "restrictions" right below "passcode lock" and enter your passcode. After this you can disable safari.You can also use the app "Lock Me Now" to lock the screen on your Mac.
IPhones can be tracked by their owners and disabled by the carrier, you could still use it as an iPod touch if it is disabled. !
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7 Responses to “What does it mean when an iphone says iphone disabled when it cuts on”
What does it mean when an iPhone says NO SIM?By Miranda C July 24th, 2012 at 12:08:02
The easy way. There is one easy way to do it that works for a portion of iphone customers. Its effectiveness depends on whether your sim card allows one to change APN settings. Lets give it a shot! On your iphone go to settings>Wireless networks>EdgeBy Hamza July 24th, 2012 at 14:08:57
With the newest IPhone 3Gs and 3.0 software updates you now have the option to cut copy and paste words and pictures on your IPhone 3G and IPhone 3Gs. With a few simple presses you can select a word, paragraph or picture and paste it direct…http://www.ehow.com/how_5115502_cut-copy-paste-iphone.htmlBy Candy3313 July 24th, 2012 at 16:29:39
The “Silent Switch” located on the top left of the iPhone may have seemed like a good idea when it was designed, but in practice it has led to problems. Enabling the switch prevents the phone from ringing and sets the phone to vibrate-only …http://www.ehow.com/how_7467699_disable-iphone-silent-switch.htmlBy Allan July 24th, 2012 at 18:42:08
iPhone GPS experts please help! How to preload or presave iPhone 3GS? Hey guys what’s up, I’m wondering how can I download google maps on iPhone or a certain map from GoogleBy Exotica July 24th, 2012 at 21:21:30
does anyone know how long it would take to download 70MB on a 3G Iphone as i have a bill dispute? Hi All
Firstly i just want to say that i think the IPhone is great and to date have not had a problem with it until the small heart attack i had last week!
I am currently in Canada and use my phone on a business tariff for business, where possible i try to use the land line here and keep roaming switched off unless it is absolutely necessary to use it to check emails when out and about. I was over from the UK in Canada at Christmas and used my phone several times to download my email headers and by bill was only £40 more than my usual monthly charge which i thought was fair.
So back to the heart attack…… I went to switch on my phone only to find it had been cut off without any warning, after a call to O2 they said i had reached my upper limit of £200 and they had disabled the account as they thought it had been stolen. I mentioned that i had only made a few short calls and checked my emails once for no more than 1.5 mins at which point roaming was switched back of again but then came the shock…… apparently on the 5th May in one instance of data usage i had racked up a bill of £421.00!!!! (this had nothing to do with the calls)
I am an IT engineer for a living and know what data is and how much it costs when overseas (£6.00 per MB) therefore i am not likely to be sat watching a youtube movie on my iphone whilst in Canada!
I have called and explained that this is completely out of character for my usage and it simply has not happened and after some research on the web i have found the on a 3G network there is an approximate download speed of between 256kbs and 300kbs on a good day – roughly speaking based on broadband speeds this would take approx 30 seconds per MB which would mean that i would had to be online constantly downloading on that one day for 35 minutes!!! – i am not sure if this is right so thought i would ask the question here to be sure.
Now i know i have not done this, i also know exactly where i was and what i was doing on that day, i also know that roaming is switched OFF but after a network investigation O2 say that it was my phone that racked up the bill and that i did it???? So i would like to go back with as much info as possible to fight my corner. thanks in advance TonyBy Emerald July 24th, 2012 at 23:08:04
Haha my dad had to get an iPhone cause I got one toocuteBy Rosella Metzger July 25th, 2012 at 01:58:54