Fault diagnosis guide for the iPhone

Fault diagnosis guide for the iPhone

PostPosted by stuart » Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:12 pm

All credit to Fatboy - http://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Apple-iOS- ... d-p/705485

To summarise:


1. Consumer iPhone 5 Refurbs supplied before 14 March 2014, only came with a 3 month warranty.

2. If it's been replaced by O2 Insure in the last 14 days, O2 Insure would deal.

3. If under 14 days old, replacement is arranged by the shop (point of sale).

4. Repairs can be arranged by O2 shop, Apple shop (customer needs appointment with Mac Genius first), or CPW shop.

5. Resetting network settings includes reset of APN's. If using a Pay & Go SIM (or a non-iPhone tariff), settings will need to be changed manually afterwards.

6. Find My iPhone needs to be switched off before the customer returns the phone. We can’t process repair with this switched on.


Is my iPhone faulty?

If your iPhone will not switch on at all, firstly try holding down the power button and the home button at the same time until the Apple symbol appears. If the phone does not react then you will need to try a forced restore through iTunes.

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1808?view ... cale=en_US


If after a forced restore the phone still does not work and the phone is under 12 months old and bought directly from O2 this can be repaired under the warranty. Consumer iPhone 5 Refurbs supplied before 14 March 2014, only came with a 3 month warranty. Take the phone to an O2 or Apple (or CPW) store or chat to us.

If under 14 days old, replacement is arranged by POS

If your iPhone is experiencing other issues and will switch on, please follow the below steps:

1: Test your SIM card in another handset.

2: If it works in another handset then check you have got the latest software installed on the phone. You can check this by going to Settings/General /Software Update.

3: If you have the latest software installed, try resetting the phone by pressing and holding the power button and the home button at the same time, until you see the Apple logo.

4: If there is still no change then go to Settings/General/Reset/Reset Network Settings. Doing this step will remove any stored wifi networks that you have stored previously on your iPhone. If you have a non iPhone tariff or are using a Pay & Go SIM, the mobile web / MMS settings will need to be entered after resetting the network settings.


5: If the fault still occurs after the reset then back up the phone and do a full restore. You can do this via iCloud or iTunes.
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1766


A breakdown of the details, steps and information from the above link can be seen below:

Should I back up with iCloud or iTunes?

iTunes Backup is best for you if:

You frequently use the computer that hosts your iTunes Backups.

You don't have an iCloud account or don't want to use iCloud.

The photos and videos saved in your device’s Camera Roll exceed 1 GB in size, or you have very large backups.

You want on-site and networked backups.

You would like a manual or secondary backup solution to use together with iCloud Backup.

Keep in mind that iTunes Backup doesn't create a duplicate back up of your movies, music, podcasts, and apps. When you back up, your media content is synced from your primary computer via iTunes.

Should I back up with iCloud?

When is iCloud Backup the best choice for me?

iCloud Backup provides an easy and reliable backup solution if you want to back up your iPhone wirelessly and automatically without tethering to a computer.

iCloud Backup is best for you if:

You prefer that iCloud take care of backups for you automatically when you connect your device to Wi-Fi and power.

You want to restore data to your device from almost anywhere via a broadband Wi-Fi connection.

You don’t connect your iPhone to a Mac or PC very frequently.

You don’t own a Mac or PC.

You want an automatic backup solution to use together with iTunes Backup.

Your iPhone backup includes data and settings stored on your device. It doesn't include data already stored in iCloud.

For example:
Bookmarks
Contacts
Calendars
Documents you save in iCloud using iOS apps and Mac apps
Mail messages
Notes
Shared photo streams and My Photo Stream.

iCloud Backup doesn't back up music, movies, and TV shows that you didn't purchase from the iTunes Store, or any podcasts, audio books, or photos that you originally synced from your computer. iCloud Backup will restore your purchased music, movie, and app content from the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooks Store during the background restore process. Previous purchases may be unavailable if they're no longer in the iTunes Store, App Store, or iBooks Store.



Back up to iCloud:

If you're using iCloud, it can automatically back up your data if you've chosen this option, by following these steps:

Tap Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup. Turn on iCloud Backup if it's off.
Tap Back Up Now

Restore from an iCloud backup:

If you have a new iPhone, or if you need to restore your iPhone to resolve an issue, follow these steps.
Follow the initial steps in the iOS Setup Assistant (select your language, and so on).
Select Restore from iCloud Backup when the assistant asks you to set up your iPhone.

Select the backup you created earlier:


You can restore a backup only by using the iOS Setup Assistant:

If you've already set up your device, you can erase all current content to go through the iOS Setup Assistant again. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. Do this only if you already have a backup, because this step will remove all current content from your device.



Using iTunes:
You can use iTunes to back up and restore your content on your iPhone.

Back up:
To back up the content on your iOS device, follow these steps:

Make sure your computer has the latest version of iTunes.
Connect your iPhone to your computer.

Choose File > Devices > Back up.

If you're using iTunes 10.7 or earlier, right-click the device from the list and choose Backup Now.
You can also back up by syncing your iOS device with your computer. When you use iTunes to sync, backing up is the first step.

Restore from a backup:
If you have a new iPhone, or if you need to restore your device to resolve an issue, follow these steps:

Connect your iPhone to the computer that has your backup.

Make sure this computer has the latest version of iTunes.

Choose File > Devices > Restore from Back up.

If you're using iTunes 10.7 or earlier, right-click the device from the list and choose Restore from Backup.

If you have iOS7 and ‘Find My iPhone’ is switched on, it’s essential this is turned off before returning the handset. A repair isn’t possible with this security feature switched on. To turn this off:

1. Click Settings
2. Click iCloud
3. Turn off Find My iPhone

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Re: Fault diagnosis guide for the iPhone

PostPosted by stuart » Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:43 pm

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This Is a guide designed by Fatboy & I have decided to share it here & give all credit to Fatboy for all his hard work & dedication in creating this guide
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Re: Fault diagnosis guide for the iPhone

PostPosted by Cleoriff » Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:48 pm

Totally correct Stu,
I have written many articles where I have used others work and as long as credit is given to the author there is absolutely no problem... :)
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Re: Fault diagnosis guide for the iPhone

PostPosted by stuart » Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:50 pm

Hopefully this will compliment & aid the other guides in this section
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