iOS 6.1, Available Today, Adds Features to Siri
Does it fix/address the wifi "grey out" issue?
If you encounter this issue, try the following steps and attempt to enable Wi-Fi or Bluetooth after each one.
1.Verify that Airplane Mode is off.
2.Restart your iOS device
3.Update your iOS device
4.Reset Network Settings, by tapping Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings
5.Restore your iOS device in iTunes.
The restore option is if all other options fail.
No need to be condescending, this is directly from Apples Support page that is supposed to resolve the issue. It's called "troubleshooting".
Not sure why you can't see the similarities between what you're doing and what they do, but alright.
>>The restore option is if all other options fail.
Which I would gander is what happens 90% of the time.
>>No need to be condescending,
Why? Do you have a patent on that?
>>this is directly from Apples Support page that is supposed to resolve the issue.
Right, except that I'm guessing most people find themselves having to do the restore in order to "resolve the issue". But I don't think that's a solution many people are happy with, especially considering the original poster's concerns, which you so condescendingly responded to wit...
Erm, you are referring to a Retail store service that installs their own programs to "fix" issues, I provided a copy and paste straight from Apples Support page referencing a way to fix the issue. No programs to install to fix the issue, just simple steps that can take 2-3 minutes to troubleshoot.
>>Which I would gander is what happens 90% of the time.
I suppose I could pull a percentage out of my butt and try and act all like I know everything about everything too. I wouldn't know, I didn't have the issue, just found the link by a Google Search so I can't say it would require a restore. That's why you process a back up when you c...
And if I referred to you as a certain grey cousin of the horse, you might think I was referring to its tendency to "he-haw" and poop wherever it pleases. But naturally, you would be wrong just as you are here. Your inability to understand analogies and metaphors really isn't my problem, and I won't bother explaining this one to you. But it will suffice to point out to you that my original analogy was in reference to products sold by Best Buy and covered under their service plan. Guess you missed that.
>>I provided a copy and paste straight from Apples Support page referencing a way to fix the issue.
Yes, and without bothering to re...
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