Solving “No Service” problem on the iPhone 3GS

Solving “No Service” problem on the iPhone 3GS

When I left for my holidays in China, I made sure to disable 3G on my iPhone 3GS to avoid getting bill shock. Once back in Singapore though, I couldn’t seem to get the iPhone to connect to the cellular network with 3G enabled. It kept saying “No Service”! This is how I solved it 1. Disable 3G in Settings/General/Network 2. Power off the iPhone by holding the top lock button down and then sliding to power off. Leave the phone off for 30 seconds 3. Power on the iPhone 4. Reset network settings in Settings/General/Reset 5. Turn on 3G No more “No service” problem now!

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Synching lists for iPhone

Synching lists for iPhone

While I’m still a staunch user of the Palm Centro, which I really love very much, I have been exploring the iTunes App Store for worthy iPhone applications (using my iPod Touch)…in case I do ever get an iPhone in the (probably distant) future. One of the best free gems I’ve seen so far is Zenbe Lists. Now, list type applications are common (some free, some not) but what reallys sets it apart from its competition is the ability to synchronise your lists on the iPhone with the free web service at http://lists.zenbe.com If you need a more comprehensive todo-type application with synching, Appigo ToDo seems to be the best of the lot, offering synchronization with either Remember the Milk or Toodledo (which I personally...

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