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Iphones Set & Time Error!

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kid007 Posted: Tue, Dec 28 2010 7:17 AM

Hello Guys, I have discovered how to fix an error  in the Iphone 4. (this apply everytime Iphone release a new update for the Iphone)

It started when I downloaded and installed version 4.2.1 my automatically date and time got messed up. it rolled back few hours and in some cases i have read it rolled back few days. 

Well the answer in how to fix it is simple:

Unplug your Iphone from your PC/MAC

Open Itunes, 

Click at the Preference 

Devices

Delete the Previous backup you have, hit OK(Don't forget)

Replug your Iphone and it should be fixed, w/out erasing all the information of your phone. 

The problem consist that the previous back up would mess up the automatically date & time. 

This tutorial/do it yourself fixed would not harm or damage your phone. it would only delete your previous back-up however once you replug your phone it would save all the information back to your computer/mac.

 

Have fun!

Any questions feel free to reply and I would try to answer as soon as possible!

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Diana2012 replied on Sun, Oct 28 2012 9:37 PM

Thank you for your easy way to fix this issue that made me almost  throw  my iphone ...I appreciate your post ..and just to thank you i signed up for an account on this website..God bless you !!

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kid007 replied on Sun, Oct 28 2012 10:10 PM

In glad and thankful that this post is still working :) 

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