iPhone is a multimedia and internet enabled mobile phone. It is very influential multi-tasking Smartphone manufactured by Apple Inc., and at a same is a MP3 player and data transfer device. Being a multi-tasking device, iPhone also displays some errors.
Given below are some common iPhone errors and their solutions.
iPhone error 23: This is a very common error and generally occurs when a user is downloading some sort of content in his iPhone. After the download is complete device may hang or show a black screen.
Solution: The solution is quite simple. What you need to do is just restart your iPhone in DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode and then go to phone’s backup and restore option. Take a backup of your iPhone’s data and then restore it.
After the successful completion of this entire process, your iPhone is fully repaired of error 23. You can follow the above mentioned steps if same problem persists in the future.
iPhone Sync Error 13019: User faces this error while syncing the music with iTunes. When you face this error don’t think that your music box is in trouble. People face error 133019 on both iPhone and iPod.
Solution: Here are some steps which will help you sync music on your iPhone.
Step 1: Logon to your iTunes account and select the iPhone or iPod Touch in iTunes under Devices.
Step 2: Follow this by clicking on the Music Tab and then under the sync music option, choose selected playlists.
Step 3: Then deselect the voice memo playlist.
Step 4: Click on Apply and then click on sync.
iPhone Error 29: While upgrading your iPhone there might be possibility that you face an error saying; The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (29).
Solution: To solve this problem you have to enable recovery mode by following the below mentioned steps. This will restore your iPhone.
Step 1: Disconnect the USB cable from your iPhone, but leave the other end of the cable connected to your PC’USB port.
Step 2: Turn off the device: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red slider appears, then slide the slider. Wait for the device to turn off.
Step 3: While pressing and holding the Home button, reconnect the USB cable to the device. The device should turn on.
Step 4: Continue holding the Home button until you “Connect to iTunes” message flashes on the phone’s screen.
iPhone Visual Voicemail not working: There might be a possibility that sometimes your Visual Voicemail does not work. When you tap on it, instead of showing the visual voicemail button, device would place call to normal voicemail. So there is no need to panic as it can be a technical glitch.
Solution: First of all try to restore the device by going to the backup & restore option. Take the backup of your data and then restore it.
If it fails to restore the device then simply remove iTunes and Apple Mobile Device support and then reinstall iTunes 7.5 or higher to reset your voice mail and you are good to go.