iphone .that .won't .take .charge.and.shuts.down.my.computer.when.i.connect.it

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Terro3000, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. Terro3000 macrumors newbie

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    i got an iphone 8GB and it starts giving me problems i had i on the charger and my foot kick it off and from that it won't take charge and when i connect it to my computer by USB it shutdown my system.PLZ HELP ME.
     
  2. gilkisson macrumors 65816

    gilkisson

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    1) Go outside for 5 minutes. Take some deep breaths of fresh air.
    2) Put your phone in DFU mode. Google "DFU Mode", or just click here.

    3) Plug in your iPhone.

    4) Life is good again.

    5) Don't.Make.Titles.Look.Like.This.Okay?:D
     
  3. Terro3000 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Still problems with iphone 8GB (Shutdown or crash problems)

    Hey thanks for that info, but i'm not getting anything for the phone it is blank i have done what u have said but it won't go into the mode the screen is blank and i don't know??? the phone either die or ??? as i said before it wont take charge from the wall plug or the computer and when connect to the computer shuts it down i don't mean as you go start and shut it down it just crash the computer no blue screen but it just crash it and restarts.
     
  4. gilkisson macrumors 65816

    gilkisson

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    If you are saying that as soon as you plug your iPhone into your computer via USB, your PC crashes... you have a boatload of problems.

    First, does your computer do this when you plug in any other device?

    Second, does your iPhone crash any other computer?

    If the problem follows the phone, 1-800-MY-APPLE is your solution. Be patient with the telephone people, they hear all kinds of problems all day. I've been blessed with some great people on the other end of the phone.

    If the problem does not follow the phone, and the iPhone charges and plays nice with the other computer, you have either a messed up USB cable or a messed up computer. Borrow a sync cable from somebody and test again on both computers. The results will tell you for sure where the problem lies.

    And Good Luck!
     
  5. culua macrumors newbie

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    drive down to apple store but make appointment first through apple store online. then driive down to apple store and tell them your situation if they cannot fix it they will give you a brend new iphone if its passs 30 day you get refurbish iphone.
     

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