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Apple iPhone WiFi Chill Fix

Posted on Saturday, June 20 2009 @ 06:00:54 CEST by


OCIA.net has posted an article titled: Apple iPhone WiFi Chill Fix. Below is a direct quote from the article, you can read more over here.
"IA few weeks ago I noticed that the WiFi connection on my phone started acting up, randomly disconnecting and such. I suspected my Belkin router as the culprit, but after testing the phone on other wireless connections as well as having my laptop work perfectly on the Belkin, I knew it must be something else.

I did a good bit of research and came across the crazy idea of putting your phone in the freezer to fix the problem. With nothing to lose, I figured I would try a variant of that method and see what happened."




 



 

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