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현재 버전 게시자: GhostMik ,

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Hy Guys,
I know it's a little bit late but I hope to can help someone the same..
In my experiences with iPhones and the "no signal" problem not always is a hardware problem.
Especially with updates it happen that the os do some mess..
In these cases (so not hardware problem), I have simply fixed the situation RESTORING iOS with iTunes.
Before restore, use iTunes for BACKUP your stuff and then proceed to restore iOS (iTunes will download from internet the ipw and then flash it again on your phone).
It's like format an hard drive of a computer and install again the os, like a new device.
I also advice to turn off iCLOUD before you proceed.
Then BEFORE put back your backup in your iPhone try the sim and check if it work!
-If is fine the proceed with restore your backup..
+If is fine then proceed with restore your backup..
I cross my finger for you.. ;)

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편집자: GhostMik ,

텍스트:

Hy Guys,
I know it's a little bit late but I hope to can help someone the same..
In my experiences with iPhones and the "no signal" problem not always is a hardware problem.
Especially with updates it happen that the os do some mess..
In these cases (so not hardware problem), I have simply fixed the situation RESTORING iOS with iTunes.
-Before restore, use iTunes for BACKUP your stuff and then proceed to restore iOS (iTunes will download from internet the ipw and the flash it again on your phone).
+Before restore, use iTunes for BACKUP your stuff and then proceed to restore iOS (iTunes will download from internet the ipw and then flash it again on your phone).
It's like format an hard drive of a computer and install again the os, like a new device.
I also advice to turn off iCLOUD before you proceed.
Then BEFORE put back your backup in your iPhone try the sim and check if it work!
If is fine the proceed with restore your backup..
I cross my finger for you.. ;)

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원문 게시자: GhostMik ,

텍스트:

Hy Guys,

I know it's a little bit late but I hope to can help someone the same..

In my experiences with iPhones and the "no signal" problem not always is a hardware problem.

Especially with updates it happen that the os do some mess..

In these cases (so not hardware problem), I have simply fixed the situation RESTORING iOS with iTunes.

Before restore, use iTunes for BACKUP your stuff and then proceed to restore iOS (iTunes will download from internet the ipw and the flash it again on your phone).

It's like format an hard drive of a computer and install again the os, like a new device.

I also advice to turn off iCLOUD before you proceed.

Then BEFORE put back your backup in your iPhone try the sim and check if it work!

If is fine the proceed with restore your backup..

I cross my finger for you.. ;)

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