Jump to content
Manx Forums, Live Chat, Blogs & Classifieds for the Isle of Man

circal

Members
  • Content count

    2
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About circal

  • Rank
    MF Newbie

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Enable
  1. circal

    thundersnow

    As I've said in a previous post from years ago, I lurk and read... Very rarely post anything. However tonight, I feel the need to contribute. Especially in this thread... There was a quick flurry of sleet and snow in Douglas late tonight. Around 2.30am. After that, there was a flash of lightning followed by thunder. Quick enough between the two to suggest it was within a few miles (maybe less) of Douglas. What interests me is why all the street lights kicked in at the same time as the lightning flash (exactly the same time). Not the obvious street lights as they were already lit, but the 'fairy' lights we don't usually see until Easter! They're still all fully lit now, at almost 10 past 3. Never seen that before either (I work a lot of night shifts - before the trolls have a go at my sleeping habits). So then... Why did the seafront lights decide help us out when the lightning hit? What (instantly) triggered them? Planned or just an accident?
  2. circal

    Broken Iphone 3G 8Gb

    First time I've posted on here - been a veiwer for a while though! There's probably some clever forum nickname for someone who does that... I felt compelled to on this one though, as I sounds like a problem I've seen on a few iPhone 3Gs. When you say that you suspect the phone has locked up, do you mean that the button on the front has become unresponsive? Or is the phone actually giving you a message saying that it is locked? The reason I ask is that the front button, charge / dock connector, microphone and speaker are all connected to the same piece of circuit board. If one doesn't work, usually all them don't work. It could be that the phone is fine, just that it can't be 'woken-up' using the front button as this section of the phone has become detached from the main circuit board... It's fairly common (especially on older 3Gs, when the rear casing has become worn and has a bit of play in it) for this connector to detach. There are plenty of online tutorials in how to dismantle the phone, you don't need to go the whole of the way through. It's connector 4 that you're interested in; the one on the left, near the bottom of the phone. Make sure that one's secure. There's no need to unplug 1,2 and 3 as the videos will suggest, as you're not completely dismantling the phone. Obviously, if it's fairly new, doing this will invalidate your warranty! Feeling brave?
×