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If you have a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4 with a On/Off button that's stuck, broken, collapsed, or otherwise non-functional, don't worry — a DIY repair can fix the issue.
If your iPhone 4S doesn't want to register a charger is plugged in, the dock connector may be defective or damaged. Here's how to fix it!
If you've got a blown or distorted loud speaker or the bottom mic isn't working in your Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4, you may need to DIY replace the speaker assembly.
If you've got a Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4 and the On/Off button seems to be recessed or no longer pushes down when pressed, a DIY repair can alleviate the issue.
The iPhone has been prone to power button issues ever since the iPhone 4 made its appearance, and the 4S has issues, too. Here's the fix!
If you frequently use FaceTime or Skype on your iPhone 4 find that the front facing camera in your iPhone 4 is malfunctioning or not working, here's the fix!
If you've got an iPhone 4S and you're experiencing issues with reception, the cellular antenna may be the culprit. Here's the fix!
If you've got an iPhone 4S and you're having issues hearing callers through the earpiece or there is no sound at all, you could have a blown earpiece. Here's how to fix it!
pod2g has updated his blog with a video by Chronic Dev Team member, DHowett, running an untethered iPhone 4S jailbreak on iOS 5.0.1.
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