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  • moviegourmet Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you!

  • akatay4 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here! iPhone 4....iMsg not working at all. Reboot and then works for a couple of msgs and then shuts down again.  Lots of lost texts.

  • Blue245Ti Level 1 (10 points)

    Mine was kind of a mixed bag.  Some stuff seemed faster, other times, it seemed that the phone would bog down severely.  I've since upgraded to an iPhone 4s, which seems to be better.  Also, the 32GB of space is nice, compared to the 16GB of my old 4.  Plus, no having to worry about the home button getting tempermental.

     

    Anyway, hope it's working decently enough for you.

     

    -J

  • iTom917 Level 1 (0 points)

    If you saved shsh blobs you can still downgrade using iTunes 10.7 and putting your device in dfu mode. Just have faith.

  • iTom917 Level 1 (0 points)

    iOS7 has great new look and cool features. But after having it installed my iPhone 4 did something it's never done before. It restarted itself. There was a lot of lag using apps and keyboard but it got better after I restored as a new device but because the phone is older there was still some lag. If I had an iPhone 5 I would definitely use ios7. But I'd rather stick with ios6.1.3 since I have an iPhone 4

  • pgoodwin Level 1 (130 points)

    Haha ...what are "shsh blobs" and "dfu"?

  • Deili Level 1 (0 points)

    Hello! I need help. After upgrading to IOS 7 my Iphone 4 became very slow. Issues: keyboard delay, long time to load apps, settings, messages and all the stuff. Also it takes more MB when I surf. Tried to reset all settings, reboot, updated to IOS 7.02, back up, but nothing has helped so far. Please tell me what to do, cause it ***** to wait about min to open some programmes.

  • iTom917 Level 1 (0 points)

    Try restoring your device back to factory settings and setup as new device don't restore from a backup. Also go into settings and turn off app background refresh and turn off any unnessesarry things you know you won't need. Hope it works out for you

  • Deili Level 1 (0 points)

    Could you please tell me how should I do this without erasing all my phone data? I allready turned off all things, which eat MB and my phone has a lot of free space. I am using Itunes and I am not really keen on computer stuff.

  • Yobym Level 1 (0 points)

    Well a factory reset is exactly that: deleting all of your data. You can backup photos to the photo stream or on your computer but your apps will have to be redownloaded from apple, your media will have to be resynced, and your text messages on the device will be deleted. Contacts can be backed up to icloud or your computer. This is the only way to completely reset your device and get rid of all the clutter that collects on the device over the years. Also dont restore from A backup as corrupted files or "junk" files will be copied back into the device that way, making the reset less effective.

  • pgoodwin Level 1 (130 points)

    When you sync using iTunes, on the summary tab, choose "backup to this computer". Then hit the Apply or Sync button at the bottom. Up at the top you'll see that it's backing up, and you'll see the Apple logo when it's done. After that you can do the factory reset. After that's done you can do a restore.

  • pgoodwin Level 1 (130 points)

    And Yobym is right. Don't restore everything from the backup because the problems may re-occur. You can select things to restore one at a time and see if it's working OK after each.

  • vaib2 Level 1 (0 points)

    ios 7 is lag on iphone 4 as compared with ios 6.1.3 .

    so don't need to update your iphone with ios 7

  • cheonweb Level 4 (3,450 points)

    My iPhone 4 works fine with 7.0.2

    Strange...

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