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Re: CONELRAD
« Reply #75 on: October 08, 2018, 07:52:24 PM »

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Airplane Mode, not connected to a WiFi, probably would have sufficed. I知 not 100% sure you can completely shut off an iPhone.
Drain the battery :P

Yes you can.
That is the only scenario in which I知 100% sure my iPhone was completely shut off.
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Re: CONELRAD
« Reply #76 on: October 08, 2018, 08:04:28 PM »

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Airplane Mode, not connected to a WiFi, probably would have sufficed. I知 not 100% sure you can completely shut off an iPhone.
Drain the battery :P

Yes you can.
That is the only scenario in which I知 100% sure my iPhone was completely shut off.

What about holding the power button and then "swipe to power off"?
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Re: CONELRAD
« Reply #77 on: October 08, 2018, 08:08:10 PM »

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Airplane Mode, not connected to a WiFi, probably would have sufficed. I知 not 100% sure you can completely shut off an iPhone.
Drain the battery :P

Yes you can.
That is the only scenario in which I知 100% sure my iPhone was completely shut off.

What about holding the power button and then "swipe to power off"?
In a very intangible sense, it just doesn稚 feel like the phone is actually turned off when I do that. It痴 not like it was with dumbphones, where there was an on/off switch, or a blank screen meant it was turned off (as opposed to simply being locked).
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Re: CONELRAD
« Reply #78 on: October 09, 2018, 03:50:46 AM »

I wonder if it was my carrier. I am cheap and use Consumer Cellular.
I brought my own unlocked Nokia dumbphone to Consumer Cellular a few years ago.  My phone sounded-off at the time they said it would.  I do not have a message plan. so the only thing that showed up on the screen was 'OK' and an 'X', with no other message.
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