Reiniciar o iPhone [pt]

January 27th, 2009 7 Comments

Aparentemente não há forma de forçar um iPhone a reiniciar (reboot). Acontece que, tal como em todos os equipamentos electrónicos, por vezes estes param e deixam de dar resposta aos inputs do exterior (crash).

Na realidade é possível fazer o iPhone reiniciar através da pressão de dois botões ao mesmo tempo. Para reiniciar o iPhone pressione o botão de acordado/suspenso localizado no canto superior direito e o botão de inicio presente no centro do equipamento ao mesmo tempo. Verá o ecrã a ficar branco e quando surgir a maça pode largar os botões.

Bom é não haver a necessidade de usar esta técnica, mas fica aqui a nota para o caso de ser necessário.

Se necessitar de outros truques para o iPhone visite http://ipod.about.com/cs/qt.htm

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