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Hi everyone. I'm a new member. I bought a generic cable but it's not working on my iphone 4. Hoping somebody could help me.
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Hi everyone. I'm a new member. I bought a generic cable but it's not working on my iphone 4. Hoping somebody could help me.
Have you tried returning/exchanging it?


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As lifeasabeach suggested, you may want to consider returning the cable. You can purchase Apple's one here (U.S. store).

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There's no warranty for it. So i cannot return it anymore. They told me to search for the tvout/avout from cydia for compatibility. Thanks for your reply guys.
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I assumed that you were purchasing a USB cable. What kind of cable have you purchased and what are you trying to do with your iPhone?

Also, as an aside, the warranty does not dictate the return policy. Most stores offer a return policy that allows you to return a product within a specified timeframe (frequently it's 30 days) regardless of the existence of a warranty.

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