iPhone 3GS blanks out and crashes open Application every few minutes (30 second to 2 minute intervals). Apps are still “open” in the Fast-Switch dock, but have been minimized by the crash. The crashes occur regardless of the App that is open, and prevails when Settings App is open.
Symptoms will not subside despite soft-reboots and hard-reboots.
This specific problem will occur if you have an iPhone 3GS running iOS 5 with an iCloud account linked and operational on the device.
Cause: iCloud. Specific cause undetermined; likely to be an unresolvable sync error.
Connect your iPhone to your computer and back it up.
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > iCloud > Delete Account.
Click “Delete” to confirm the removal of iCloud data from the iPhone.
When complete, add your iCloud account back by going to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account.
Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any direct or indirect data loss as a result of using this solution. Remember to back-up first.
Back in 2009 Facebook teamed up with OpenID to allow users to associate their accounts with a Google/GMail account. A feature of which was if you had already logged in to Google, when you visit Facebook, you’d be automatically logged in after a few moments.
This has a couple knock on effects, as experienced by myself on the “house” computer, where my Google account is left logged in. Picasa, Google’s photo management software has a few add-ons (Like Desktop Uploader) to allow people to upload their photos to Facebook.
If someone is logged in on a Facebook-linked Google account, and a different person wants to upload their photos, no matter how much you log out of Facebook via your default browser, the Google-linked Facebook account will log that user in during the uploading process.
In my vain attempts to get past it I ensured I didn’t have “Remember me” ticked, and yet despite this, I was logged in on the Facebook Uploader for Picasa. I then cleared the cookies, and while that worked first go, the problem would eventually return – unbeknownst to me, it was because I would later log in to Google.
Ultimately, it was because I linked my account and forgot about it.
So, to fix it, you can simply detach your openID Google Account from your Facebook account. To do this:
1. Go to Facebook (Desktop Version)
2. Click the Arrow at the Top right
3. Click “Account Settings”
4. Look for “Linked Accounts” and click “Edit”
5. Next to “Google” click “Remove”
And you’re done!
So, putting together a new website I ran in to an obscure problem. vBulletin’s “What’s new?” button wasn’t working.
The cPanel was coming back with a similar error to this:
[notice] EACCELERATOR(#####): PHP crashed on opline 62 of method_exists() at /public_html/vb/search/criteria.php:844, referer: http://website.com/
You shouldn’t need to disable eAccelerator. Simply try this:
1. Open & Edit forum/vb/search/criteria.php
2. Search method_exist
3. Replace line:
if (method_exists($this->search_type, ‘get_display_name’))
if (is_object($this->search_type) && is_callable($this->search_type->get_display_name()))
4. Save & Enjoy!
What a fun night. Having tried updating my routers’ firmware and the update fail, I called NETGEAR who were less than helpful with their “We can’t do anything because it’s not under warranty” response.
Hopefully this may help someone else.
After Upgrading the firmware via wireless the routers’ power light constantly flashes red and green.
- Download the initial release firmware for your region: http://kbserver.netgear.com/release_notes/d103335.asp
- Connect your router via Ethernet.
- Restart your router.
- Go to: http://www.routerlogin.com/basicsetting.htm (this is your router and is a local connection)
- Upload the firmware, and
- Follow On-screen instructions.
Your old settings should still remain.
You can now update to the latest firmware.