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Outstanding and I'm sure she appreciated it.
Originally Posted by VaylkriE
That's okay. Connecting to Verizon is different than activating an Apple ID especially if you're connected to Wi-Fi.
I was making the Apple ID for her, the iPhone connected to the Verizon network without even finishing,
deactivating her Blackberry
This is where I get confused. Are the photos attched to email messages? Are her contacts saved on the Blackberry or on its SIM card? Can you not export the contacts, save them to a computer and then import them? If she has her contacts via gmail, hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL, etcetera then those contacts will be available to her once she configures her iPhone to access those accounts. What didn't work?
with her email that she NEEDS and her pictures and contacts. I've tried so many things, even going to my dad, who gave me the pop3 and the other setting, which he said were the same thing.
Make sure you have the Apple ID and password written down and in your possession. Connect the iPhone to a computer and then initiate the computer's iTunes app. If you don't have iTunes installed, download and install it from the Apple website. After iTunes recognizes the iPhone, select "restore" and follow the prompts. This will erase everything on the device, download and install the latest iOS operating system and make the device as it was when you purchased it. Once the restore is complete, follow the prompts to set up your device.
I've been searching for hours,reading threads,everything.My mom's been talking to the support team(thank god they responded, I always heard Verizon was horrible), who attempted to help her, with no avail. I'm willing to resort to anything, even jailbreak to get this fixed.
P.S. I'm twelve. Maybe try to simplify it for me.