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Im having issues charging my iPhone 4S. First noticed it this week on my car charger and assumed the charger broke as I was able to charge at home. I then used my home charger and I noticed that it wasnt charging both my phone nor my new iPad. Is this an issue with the charger or phones?
Welcome to the Apple Support Communities. If you are having issues with charging your iPhone, the following is a troubleshooting guide for multiple issues. I have highlighted the section for charging your phone.
Battery does not charge from the USB power adapter
Important: Only original iPhone can be charged from a FireWire-based power source. If iPhone is connected to a computer that's turned off or is in sleep or standby mode, the battery may drain.Verify that the outlet being used is working.Try another USB power adapter if available.If no other USB power adapter is available, try connecting to a high-power USB 2.0 port (not a keyboard). The computer must be turned on and not in sleep or standby mode.Try another USB cable if available.
Also refer to iPhone and iPod touch: Charging the battery.
Every time I try to go onto certain apps, a notification shows up saying connect to iTunes to use push notifications. No matter how many times I push okay the notification doesn't go away. As soon as I press ok this notification how's up right away. So when I do connect my phone to iTunes on my computer I don't know how I would set up my push notifications. Help me please and thank you.
Thank you for the question. The steps in the article below may help you resolve the issue with push notifications.
I have the iphone 4s with 16 gb i keep running out of memory and think i need one woth more memory but do i have to buy another phone?
Last night i went on my phone to make a phone call but all my contacts were somehow deleted i tried turning off my iphone and then turning it on but still had the same problem. I dont know what to do i had icloud but never used the backup for it infact i had not signed in to it till the next day. I somehow managed to get a few of my contacts back through my messages. There were many important numbers in there. To top it off the most important thing to me was all my information on my calender list like my appointments, and many other important events. I do not know hot to retreive it if anyone could please help me it would be greatly appreciated.
Not a good idea to depend on an iPhone or any cell phone alone for such important data which can be lost or stolen, damaged beyond repair, or something can occur like this.
Contacts and calendar events are designed to be synced with a supported application on your computer and/or there are a number of free email accounts that support syncing this data over the air - with an Apple iCloud account, Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail. This data is also included with the iPhone's backup which can be done wirelessly with an Apple iCloud account or can be updated on your computer which is updated as the first step during the iTunes sync process.
You never sync your iPhone with iTunes on your computer?
The problem is that when i first brought my iphone i snynced it on a mac book i am too worried if i sync it on this computer i will loose all my data even though i have made myself an apple ID. I have logged on to icloud but i still havent got any of my old information back itunes is telling me to sync icloud and back up but i dont know if i should do it? Would this solve my problem?
I also wanted to add if i backup everything on icloud with my Apple ID it would automatically be saved on this computer right? and do i have to install icloud in this computer? Because i dont want any information whatsoever going on the mac book. please help me get back my calender information it was alll very important more than my contacts information. What shall i do? im really worried.
The problem is that when i first brought my iphone i snynced it on a mac book i am too worried if i sync it on this computer i will loose all my data even though i have made myself an apple ID.
If you haven't been syncing your iPhone regularly with iTunes on your MacBook - namely syncing contacts with the Address Book and calendar events with iCal, the data that was on your iPhone is not available in the Address Book and iCal on your Mac to transfer back to your iPhone.
Contacts and calendar events are included with the iPhone's backup, which is updated by iTunes as the first step during the iTunes sync process. If you haven't been syncing your iPhone with iTunes, there is no backup for your iPhone that includes this data to restore your iPhone from.
The other option for backing up your iPhone is wirelessly with an iCloud account. If you haven't had your iCloud account enabled on your iPhone and you didn't select to sync your iPhone over the air with your iCloud account which is selected under the Summary tab for your iPhone sync preferences with iTunes, there is no back up for your iPhone with your iCloud account to restore this data from.
I have logged on to icloud but i still havent got any of my old information back itunes is telling me to sync icloud and back up but i dont know if i should do it? Would this solve my problem?
Logging into iCloud now won't do you any good since you haven't been syncing your iPhone contacts and calendar events over the air with your iCloud account on your iPhone. Syncing with iCloud won't do you any good unless your contacts and calendar events are available online with your iCloud account, which they aren't.
Syncing contacts and calendar events direct with the Address Book and iCal on your Mac now via the iTunes sync process won't do you any good because you haven't been syncing this data with your Mac via the iTunes sync process - the lost data is not available in the Address Book and in iCal on your Mac.
Since you haven't been syncing contacts and calendar events direct with the Address Book and iCal on your Mac via the iTunes sync process, you haven't been syncing contacts and calendar events over the air with your iCloud account on your iPhone, and you have no backup for your iPhone that includes this data, the data is gone.
Forgotten passcode or device disabled after entering wrong passcode
Connect to iTunes on the computer you usually Sync with and “ Restore “...
If necessary Place the Device into Recovery mode...
Note on Recovery Mode.
You may need to try this More than Once...
Be sure to Follow ALL the Steps...
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