The most general problem that has been seen in many iPhones is hanging up or frozen. It could mean that either your iPhone is not functioning properly as itís supposed to be or completely not working. Below mentioned are few tricks that would help you fixing if you come across this or other related problems.
Start with Recharging your IPhone 3G System
Sometimes when an iPhone 3g system is not fully recharged it creates problem, so try to recharge it first and make completely sure that you recharging it with a high-powered USB port. Your iPhone cannot be charged if itís connected to a low-powered USB port. You can either charge it with a high-powered USB port or with an AC adapter, up to you. This way the battery image will show you if your iPhone getting power or not. If the screen is going black after the image flash three times means that your iPhone is not charged.
If recharging doesnít help try restarting iPhone 3G System
If there is a frozen application or your iPhone 3G System is locked, you must unlock or cancel that frozen application before you restart your iPhone. Canceling a frozen application is also easy; you can cancel the application that is frozen by just pressing the home button and holding it for 6 seconds. After that restart the iPhone. You can do this by pressing the sleep/wake button and holding it until you see a red colored slider, use that slider to turn the iPhone off. Turn on your iPhone by press and hold the sleep/wake button again. But wait 10 seconds before you restart you iPhone.
The process is quite simple. However it has to be understood firstly, why Apple has underclocked it. It is done in your interest [so as to|because it can|so that it can} render you lengthened battery endurance. iPhone 3G processor is actually of 600 MHz, which Apple underlocks to 412 MHz.
Keep in mind that you have the risk of reduced CPU life of your iPhone if you do overclocking; in addition to this, as the device has not been constructed so as to deal with the heat which is created with the process of overclocking, it is recommended to immediately finish the apps if the instrument is overheated.
To overclock iPhone 3G, the iPhone should be jailborken.
Ensure that primarily.
Next thing to do is, taking the help of a SSH tool like Filezilla, navigate to System/Library/System/System Configuration/PowerManagement.bundle/ Next you will find a file, com.apple.SystemPowerProfileDefault.plist which you are required to rename so that it cannot be identified by the device, such as, SystemPowerProfileDefaultbak.plist.
Next when you reboot, your iPhone 3G will operate depending on native processor clocks, i.e. it is overclocked.
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Article Added on Saturday, August 6, 2011
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