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In the future, your best bet would be to purchase Mavericks from the app store, run the installer, THEN wipe the drive and re-run the installer. Right now, you have 3 options: Call apple, give them your Apple ID, and purchase Mavericks over the phone if they will let you. Have them walk you through the installation. Make a appointment at the genius bar at ...
I have the same issue .. I reported my issue using the following steps: I opened this link: https://getsupport.apple.com/GetproductgroupList.action then: then: then: Then I wrote my message to them .. still I am waiting for any answer from them
Reading your question I doubt you have any backup, the data will be gone and you cannot recover it. Texting a voice-file is a pretty weird option IMO, as once it will be sent by the provider it won't be sent again to any device. (You don't receive all your text-messages again on a different phone, do you?)
To install OS X Mavericks, the Apple ID that you enter must have Mavericks in the purchase history. If Mavericks is missing, the installer will not let you proceed. If you had another machine, you could download Mavericks using your Apple ID so that it's registered with your Apple ID. If you even have access to a friend's Mac, you could use that to register ...
Yes - this is covered in the iTunes Connect guide under setting up user accounts: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/LanguagesUtilities/Conceptual/iTunesConnect_Guide/Chapters/SettingUpUserAccounts.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40011225-CH25-SW1
I solved the problem by making an appointment at the Genius Bar at the local Apple Store, explaining what I was trying to do, and asking for their help. Even though I purchased a used iPhone 5c from a third-party, they brought out a working new Sprint SIM card and activated the iPhone with Apple (for use as an iPod touch only. with no phone service) for me. ...
The SIM card, while required for activation, holds no information about the AppleID. I am not sure if you can uses a friend's SIM card to do this but you CAN walk into an AT&T store and get a SIM card for your iPhone. Just tell them your friend messed up his SIM card and needs another one. You should not need to give them a phone number or anything ...
Each village needs a distinct Apple ID account entered into Game Center.
See this answers to your questions: Also to take full ownership of the computer: Make a user account with administrative privileges, and disable the other account (the previous owner)
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