2364 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 24, 2009 10:48 AM by YINGYANG
Try syncing and backing up the content on your iPhone. then restore the iPhone and set it up as a new phone.
You can sync the content from the iPhone using iTunes. This article: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1766 will provide details about the backups that iTunes can create for the iPhone.
This article: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305744 will walk you through restoring the iPhone.
Update: After leaving my iPhone on standby for a night, it reconnected to my router for 5 minutes. Then, after about 5 minutes, it went back to Edge. The IP address starts with 192, and everything appears to be fine, except for the fact that it won't stay on wifi for longer than 30 seconds now, even when I am 2 feet from the router.
Surely this is not a wifi hardware issue, this has to be a software glitch everyone seems to be posting about.
I have tried a full restore and everything like that on mine eg clear network settings etc. In the end spoke to Apple - went thru a whole load more stuff with their tech guy...no joy. Now it is back with Apple (via O2) and I am awaiting a repair or new phone. There is a 12 month manufacturers warranty so you are covered - but going back to my old Nokia has not been fun - no Wifi, iTunes or apps!