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# 66352 17-Aug-2010 17:40
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I recently updated my Iphone 3g to the latest version of software, 4.02,  and ever since,  I have been having problems receiving calls.  Most go straight through to voicemail.  However I am able to make calls.  I can still send and recieve txts however some txts take some time to come through.  The phone is not jail broken and I havent had any real issues on the XT network up until now. I was in Aus for a few days before updating the software if that is of any help to anyone.
I have checked the carrier settings and they havent changed from previous.  I am reluctant to restore to 4.01 as I will more than likely to lose all of my contacts etc.  Or is this the best thing to do?

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  # 368796 17-Aug-2010 17:46
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A full restore might be the best option. I haven't had a single issue since upgrading and I'm on XT as well.




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  # 368801 17-Aug-2010 17:51
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In doing so will i be able to retain all my contact, pics, songs etc?

 
 
 
 


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  # 368807 17-Aug-2010 17:57
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It'll give you the option of setting it up as a new phone or restoring it from a backup. Back up the phone first and then do the restore, restoring it from the backup and see how that goes. Everything will still be there.




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