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# 37045 6-Jul-2009 19:07
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Copy paste of my post from VF forums, just wondering if anyone here has had the same issue, or recommendations.

Hi there,

Bought a brand new iPhone 3G 16GB black on Saturday, took it home and immediately upgraded to 3.0 (previously upgraded 2 iPhones to 3.0). As soon as the firmware upgrade had finished, I tried to go into settings in order to enable Wi-Fi.

It was grayed out, after more looking I also noticed Bluetooth was grayed out. With the messages "No Wi-Fi" and Bluetooth "Unavailable".

Below I have attached screen shots that I have taken from the phone.


The problem I am experiencing is outlined in this Apple forum thread, although some posts are from people with a different issue, many of the posts in that thread have had their phones replaced.




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  # 231775 6-Jul-2009 19:34
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Did you try restoring your phone?






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  # 231790 6-Jul-2009 20:35
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I would try a restore to 3.0, if it works job done. If not then give Apple a call and see what they say. If it is already an issue that Apple are aware of and people have had their devices replaced then they will replace yours too.




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  # 231827 6-Jul-2009 22:29
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Have tried restoring multiple times, as well as trying to downgrade to 2.2.1, nothing works.



Might give Apple a call, don't really want to be on hold for hours especially with all the 3GS problems i've been reading about :X

Edit: Rang Apple; told me to take it to VF with a case number to get it sent away to be checked :(

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