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How to Find Your iPhone's mobile IMEI number and check your device.

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Tags Android, Apple, Find Your IMEI, IMEI, IOS, MEID

How to Find Your iPhone's mobile IMEI number and check your device.

All devices have a unique identity number, known as the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number or MEID number (Mobile Equipment Identifier). No two devices will have the same IMEI or MEID, which makes it a very useful tool for tracking lost/stolen mobile phones or tablets. iPhone / iPad - For the iPhone 5, 5c, 5s and the original iPhone you can look at the back and see the IMEI number engraved near the bottom of the phone. For the MEID number, use the same number but take away the last two digits. - For the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4 & 4s you can...


I Dropped My iPhone/iPad And Now The Screen Is Black ,Damaged or Cracked

I Dropped My iPhone/iPad And Now The Screen Is Black ,Damaged or Cracked

I Dropped My iPhone And Now The Screen Is Black or not working.   So you have joined the thousands of people which drop their iPhone's or iPad, this can be anything from a harmless knock, to a more severely damaged phone. Either-way this issue is going to need to be repaired. There are however a couple of quick checks that can be done to self diagnose the issue yourself. 1. If the screen is cracked but the light still emits and can still be used, then it is just the front glass which has been effected, this however is...


How To Force Reset On An iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

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Tags IOS, IOS Force Reset, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus

How To Force Reset On An iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

If you're an iPhone user, you will probably know how to perform a force reset if your phone is playing up. To do this on all iPhones (up to the 7 and 7 Plus) all you need to do is hold down both the power/lock button and the home button together for a few seconds, and then a white screen with the Apple logo will appear.  However. if you're new to the Apple family and have just bought an iPhone 7, or if you've just upgraded you might be very confused why the usual method isn't working...  Due to the iPhone...


Setting Up A Passcode On Your iPhone or iPad For Additional Security.

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Tags Apple Devices, IOS, iPhone Settings, Passcode, Password, Pin, Touch ID

Setting Up A Passcode On Your iPhone or iPad For Additional Security.

To ensure your iPhone is safe and secure it is recommended you add a password to keep others away from obtaining your personal information. To add a passcode to your iPhone simply follow the steps below:  1. Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode. If your device does not have Touch ID, go to Settings > Passcode: 2. Select turn Passcode On. From this point you will have a number of different password combination options: - Here you can either enter a six number passcode or select passcode options to switch to a 4 digit numeric code, a custom numeric code or you can...


How To Put Your iPhone 6 , 6S or 7 Model Into DFU Mode

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Tags Device Firmware Update, DFU Mode, IOS, IOS Firmware

How To Put Your iPhone 6 , 6S or 7 Model Into DFU Mode

DFU mode, or Device Firmware Update, can be used to update the firmware on your iPhone, completely restoring the software. It’s perfect for when your iPhone fails to co-operate and is unresponsive.   You’ll want to carry out a Device Firmware Update if the standard restoration using Recovery Mode fails to work for you. A DFU is a last resort.     What Is Firmware?   Firmware is software that sits between the hardware, your iPhone, and the software, which is the iOS operating system. Firmware is used to provide a variety of functions at hardware level. It is firmware...

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