Problems updating iphone 4s to ios 7
Swipe up to access Control Center and hit the Bluetooth icon, wait at least 30 seconds, then toggle it back on.
If you have a problem with i OS 10 you don't see here, let us know on Twitter and we'll do our best to help, and we'll tell you how to solve right on them this page.If you don't believe me, take a look at Apple's website at scroll down to the bottom, where you'll see pictures of the supported devices.You'll notice that the first device is the i Phone 4S, not the i Phone 4So, hopefully, I've convinced you that you can't get the new i OS 8 update on the i Phone 4.Note this will also trash any saved wi-fi passwords and custom networking configurations for the i OS device, so you will need to rejoin wi-fi routers again.You can also try some desktop and Mac focused Bluetooth resolutions, like monitoring for interference by connecting the device to the Mac and using OS X tools to watch the connection strength.Go to Settings Reset Network Settings This will clear out all Bluetooth pairing of all devices, including every setting and configuration that has been made on the i OS device.
You will need to re-add and re-pair any bluetooth hardware to the i OS device after this has finished.
Apple’s trailing edge i Phones always hobble a bit on the latest i OS release and test results on i OS 8 showed significant lag.
However, the video above sent in by a tipster shows that in everyday usage, the lag isn’t so bad when going from i OS 7.1.2 to 8.0.2 (most pronounced in App Store).
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A fair amount of users have been experiencing persistent Bluetooth connectivity problems since updating their i Phones, i Pads, and i Pod touches to i OS 7.
Troubleshooting every individual device is a huge feat, so instead we’ll focus on some general tips that are likely to fix bluetooth connection problems with i OS 7 devices, whether that’s a car stereo, headset, or speaker system. This may sound silly, but it matters, particularly with battery operated wireless devices.