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What's Wrong With my iPhone

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Sep 3, 2013 8:13 PM

I recently got an iPhone 5, and I installed an non-jailbroken app off the web called RecordMyScreen. It kept crashing when I used it, so I deleted it. But a day later, my phone started acting up. When I went onto the YouTube App, it just said "Error: Tap to Reload," and following the instructions did nothing. Then, the app store and iTunes wouldn't open up; it said "Cannot access iTunes Store" when I tried to ole the app store and it warned me about some untrusted server certificates with the URL being google.com. When I went on my old iPhone 4, the app store opened fine along with my other apps. Fearing the worst, I completely reset my iPhone 5 and then restored it with the data in my old iPhone 4. When I got on, most things seemed normal except it mentioned something about a cellular update. I went to the app store and reeks loaded some of my apps, but some things about the app store seemed off. First, Facebook was missing from my "purchased," a list came up instead of posts of scrolling panels when I searched for an app, and when I sent to reinstall Facebook, it had a blue button saying "Install" and then asked me for the Apple ID Password like the reinstallation of purchased apps on the older iOS. And before things got weird, when you try to install a previously purchased app, it showed a little iCloud button and when you pressed it it would install with no password needed. So what's going on? Do I have a virus? Did I unknowingly jailbreak my iPhone? Should I be concerned? Thanks!

iPhone 5, iOS 6.1.4

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