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Bluetooth and other settings won't shut off on iPhone 5


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Hello,

I can't seem to shut off the following things on my iphone 5 under "settings":

Bluetooth: it keeps "searching" and won't allow me to slide it "off" (edit: I got this to turn off)


Location Services: won't slide it to "off" along with: camera, rocket man, siri and weather (even though none of these apps are open).

Resetting and restarting didn't seem to do anything either.

I want to preserve my battery per this link. Everything else worked except the above:

14 Tips to Extend iPhone Battery Life
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Try - quit trying to slide the sliders and just touch the off side of them.

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