1. lakeyshawilliams's Avatar
    I have a iphone 4( I think it is one of the ones from china, not sure). When I look up how to check my IOS, it always say go to Settings>GENERAL>.....

    I DON'T HAVE THE 'GENERAL' OPTION BELOW IS WHAT SHOWS UP WHEN I GO INTO SETTINGS!

    Dual WIFI settings
    Pen calibration
    Phone settings

    LCD backlight
    Music settings
    Security settings

    Connectivity
    Restore factory setting
    Sound effects

    Motion Setting


    so when it says go to settings i can do that, but when it says go to general i don't have that on my phone. I don't have that safari either.

    THIS IS THE INFORMATION THAT I CAN SEE. IF YOU NEED MORE LET ME KNOW.
    From back cover

    Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China

    ModelA1332 EMC 380A FCC ID:BCG-E2380A IC:579C-E2380A

    From behind battery

    GSM/GPRS

    850/900/1800/1900MHZ

    GSM Quad-band Cell Phone

    IMEI: 356965865849520

    (bar code here)

    IMEI: 356965875839552
    (bar code here)

    CE 0L01 FCC ID:PY7A1052041
    Manufacturer:Iphone Inc...2010
    Designed in U.S.A
    09-21-2011 08:00 PM
  2. toomanyphones's Avatar
    Are you sure you don't have one of the fake iPhones? I would not be running I/OS and would have a different menu. Fake iPhone Is Fairly Convincing, Expensive - Geekologie
    09-21-2011 08:33 PM
  3. applejosh's Avatar
    The Pen calibration menu item would lead me to believe it is a fake. I don't believe any Apple manufactured "touch" device would use a pen.
    09-21-2011 08:54 PM
  4. lakeyshawilliams's Avatar
    [QUOTE=toomanyphones;1759712]Are you sure you don't have one of the fake iPhones? I would not be running I/OS and would have a different menu. QUOTE]

    Now I know it may be a fake. But i still want to jailbreak it. Is that possible? How?
    09-21-2011 10:02 PM
  5. Alli's Avatar
    It would have to be running iOS to jailbreak.
    09-21-2011 10:33 PM
  6. jeffrey1027's Avatar
    Fake iPhone... I don't recall a pen calibration or motion setting tab ever in settings. I don't think you can jailbreak your device as it's not a genuine apple product.
    09-21-2011 10:40 PM
  7. Massie's Avatar
    It would have to be running iOS to jailbreak.
    Though that's true for the purposes of this thread, it's not totally correct--jailbreaks can be performed on a number of non-iOS devices (some Nokia phones, for instance0; it's just that the Apple jailbreaks have gotten the most public attention.

    More on the wider meaning of jailbreaking here.

    OP, any chance you have a ? I always wondered how those performed as a day to day phone...do you enjoy yours?
    09-22-2011 12:17 AM
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