reset all setting ?

fsas06

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ok, i am having a problem with my lock screen background not changing, i got it to change when i set my phone up at new, but once i did a restore from a backup, i wasn't able to change it again.
so what all does it reset ? or how do i set my phone up as new and i will just have to pt my contacts in myself
 
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ok, i am having a problem with my lock screen background not changing, i got it to change when i set my phone up at new, but once i did a restore from a backup, i wasn't able to change it again.
so what all does it reset ? or how do i set my phone up as new and i will just have to pt my contacts in myself
i had this same problem, SSH into your phone and delete "LockBackground.jpg" from /private/var/mobile/Library/... this should fix your problem... when u delete it, it well go back to the default background (the earth pic)
 

fsas06

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i just wrote down my contacts, and set my phone up as new, and it fixed it, cause i wasn't jb
 

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Are you a windows users? Type all your contact info into Windows address book and let iTunes synch from that. No sense typing contact info into the phone.. What if you restore again?
 

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if you restore again you can back-up your contacts into iTunes, and it saves them into windows address book, that`s what i did when i got my phone last year, typed in all the contacts in, and back-up in iTunes, and always restore as a new phone there is no point in doing a restore if you restore from a back-up, and after the restore is done, iTunes ask you what you want to import to the iPhone ex. bookmarks, contacts and so on, so if you do a back-up of the contacts before you restore you are ok
 

fsas06

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if you restore again you can back-up your contacts into iTunes, and it saves them into windows address book, that`s what i did when i got my phone last year, typed in all the contacts in, and back-up in iTunes, and always restore as a new phone there is no point in doing a restore if you restore from a back-up, and after the restore is done, iTunes ask you what you want to import to the iPhone ex. bookmarks, contacts and so on, so if you do a back-up of the contacts before you restore you are ok
i didn't know that haha:p
thanks, ill do that from now on