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If you reset your iPad, in the open dialogue boxes, skip the apple id sign in. When you reach the home screen, open settings and log in your apple id. Then you can begin purchasing again. But since this is your first time to purchase, make sure use different credit card.


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Yes, you should be able to. Having an email address as a secondary email address on another Apple ID does not mean that the email address does not have an Apple ID already associated with it. Try to regain access to the existing Apple ID associated with the email address at iforgot.apple.com.


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At this time it is a little late. You will have to factory reset one of them, redownload the game and start that game with a new gamecenter ID (do not use your old one for your base, but a brand new ID). Then you will have a new account. You can switch between the two by simply changing your Gamecenter ID from one to the other on either device. Without the ...


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There is no feature to allow someone to sign in to a second Apple ID, so unless he guessed your new Apple ID and new password, he's not receiving your messages. You could enable two factor authentication to ensure no one easily signs in as you. There are forensic and legal ways to read people's messages - but they are generally complicated or costly. Most ...


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The easy and sure way to start over is to restore the device to factory defaults and wipe everything away. If you don't want that, you'll have to learn how the settings app uses AppleID and decide which ones you want to delete from the device and which you can live with on the device.


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Turn off find my phone. It will ask for password of old id. Entered pass for old id(email address I no longer use) and it turned off find my phone. Hit home then settings then iCloud just fill in new id and pass. Took me a bit but figured it out.


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Head over to iTunes and select a free app. It will ask for an account. Create a new account. For payment select None and voila. Methods to create an Apple id without any Credit Cards


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Did you receive a verification email at the email address you set up as your AppleID? If not, log into https://appleid.apple.com using the email and the password you created. In there, you should have options on the screen to verify the email address if it is not already verified.


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Yes. You can transfer all data from your old iPad to your new one with a backup, either with iCloud or iTunes on your computer. There is probably not enough space to backup to iCloud, but if you back up to a computer with iTunes, and then plug your iPad Air into that computer, it will ask if you want to set it up from the backup of your old iPad.


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This is a common confusion point. All apple accounts are AppleID and you can/should first go try to reset or recover the password for each account at https://iforgot.apple.com Any use of Apple accounts on iOS (messages, FaceTime, game center, app store, iCloud) are necessarily first AppleID accounts - so mixing several of these on one device can cause a ...


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You change the Apple ID and password as described in App Store. After that you delete old Apps whichever software you want to update. If you attempt to update old apps, it will ask for the password to the old Apple ID. Therefore, after deleting the old apps, you need to go to the App Store search and download the software again using the new Apple ID where ...


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iCloud Accounts are Personal, so this means, every Apple User should have an own iCloud Account. You can use your iCloud Accounr for the Store and iCloud Services and your husband can use it also in the Store. (Best way is to add first the new iCloud Account on your husbands Phone - switch to AppStore App - logout from iCloud Account - login with AppleID ...


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As mentioned, you should use a different Apple ID on each device, for Messaging. However, for the Store, you can use the same ID across devices to allow you to share apps, music and other purchased content.


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Use different Apple IDs on each device. Using the same Apple ID will mean that the devices will be indistinguishable to FaceTime/iMessage/etc.


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The "iTunes Store" workaround George Garside suggested should work, anyway the solution I eded up using for my little sister's account was providing any credit card and then removing it right after the account was created.


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Apple IDs can be created with the None payment method providing you are attempting to do something that doesn't require payment. For example, you can create an Apple ID without a payment method by going to the iTunes Store and purchasing any free app. You will be prompted to create an Apple ID and can select None as the payment method. For more information, ...


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Two options: 1) Get the person you lent it to to enter their password and disable their account on your device. 2) Bring proof of ownership (sales receipt) and your device to an Apple Store and talk with a Genius. They will be able to reset the device for you.


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For some reason, some created Apple IDs are not presented with the None option. For instance, at least sometimes accounts created at https://appleid.apple.com/account sometimes exhibit this behavior. Try the following steps as a work around: Try to purchase a free item in the iTunes or Mac App Store on a non-iOS device Log in when prompted Accept any ...



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