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Yes, you can. See How to use multiple iPhone, iPad, or iPod devices with one computer: Windows users Look in your computer's Help documentation to learn how to set up other user accounts. To find this information: Click the Start Menu and click Help or Help and Support. Enter "new user" in the Search field. Press Return. If you create multiple user ...


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Now you can make differ Apple ID on your iPhone or iPad without use of Mac or PC. it possible learn how to create individual Apple ID.


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With the release of iOS 8, you can. There is a new feature called family sharing which allows you sync purchases from 1 apple ID to another. You could set up a family with your daughter where she can re-download her games. If she wants her data (progress ect.) you could use apps like iFunBox to extract the data and transfer it to another iPhone.


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Removing an associated device or computer from an Apple ID To remove a device or computer from your Apple ID: Open iTunes. Sign in to your Apple ID by choosing Store > Sign In from the iTunes menu. Choose Store > View My Account from the iTunes menu. From the Account Information screen, click Manage Devices. Click the Remove button next to the device ...


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Go to System Preferences, and check "iCloud" and "Internet Accounts". Sign out where necessary, and once neither of them list your personal account, you're good to go. You may also want to make sure your web browsers don't remember any of your passwords.


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They don't have to be the same. Sign out of iCloud in Settings and set up the new Apple ID. Then, if that Apple ID's also been applied to the stores, go to one of them, sign out, and sign back in with your store Apple ID. Source: My own experience - my iPod Touch works fine with my own Apple ID for iCloud and my family's Apple ID for the stores.


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Creation of Apple ID does not mean you've created an App store account, so when creating a App store account one you'll need to setup payment information either using a credit card or a debit card if you're creating an Indian Apple app store account. Payment setup is done to ease the process of buying content/apps later while using the store. The initial ...


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In my experience, it’s usually Apple’s servers causing the delay. Sometimes it can take a few hours to receive, and/or requires multiple resend requests. The quickest way to resolve the issue is by Contacting Apple ID support directly. That said, they do have a support article for your issue: If you didn't receive your Apple ID verification or reset email. ...


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Log in Apple Store using your AppleID Select Account Select Edit for the Payment type Select None.


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Apple's procedure on how to tell if a device is free from activation lock is posted pubicly: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201365 There are steps you can take on the device, but I prefer the web interface: https://www.icloud.com/activationlock/ The steps to remove a device from the previous owner is here: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4515 It doesn't ...


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Quickest way to discover if it's possible to reset is to try it… If you can't get that far, it's a brick.


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In short, no. It's a security feature to prevent thieves from selling the device on, as it is rendered useless if you don't have the person in question's apple ID and password.


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you sure have his email if you know his Apple ID. You can delete it if Find My iPad is not enabled. Otherwise it will become locked if it is. These what you do before buying second hand Apple device


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I turned on Family Sharing for my kids on my iPhone 5 that has iOS 8. After entering their emails, I entered their passwords. On their iOS 8 iPads, purchases from all the family members show up, but not on the iPod 4 or iPhone 4. However, my kids on those devices still have "Ask to buy" show up. If you want them to have access to all of your apps, you could ...


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You have 2 options You can either buy them again [they may not be eligible as free versions twice] or use the ID & password they were originally downloaded under. It shouldn't matter if the old versions are there at the time.


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I finally resolved this issue. Here is what I did to know which account was used to lock my iPad: 1- Go to http://www.apple.com/support/ 2- Select the device (in my case: iPad) 3- Clicked on Contact Support 4- Click on [Get Started] 5- Choose the country where you live in (in my case: Saudi Arabia) 6- Then select the problem category (in my case: ...


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Unfortunately, it is likely that your nephew temporarily used someone else's Apple ID in order to gain access to purchases that the other user had made. My son did this on his device, against my rules. If this happened, then that other person may have initiated the lock. Since you have an invoice, proving ownership and the device is only a month old, I ...


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in iOS 8 you can turn on family sharing on your account and hers and she can download her games from your shared apps.


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The previous owner should "Un-link" his/her icloud account from the device so you would be able to use it. To erase all content and settings by choosing Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. OR from the icloud account online.... Then his/her Apple ID and password needed. After the device is erased, you will be able to proceed with the ...


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Under Settings, go to iTunes & App Store, then tap your ID at the top. In the menu that pops up, you can choose to log out. Then you can enter another Apple ID and password. On the Settings screen you'll also find an entry named iCloud. This is the account where your calendar, contacts, notes,... are stored. It's separate from your Apple ID, under which ...


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Go to iCloud and sign out. It will ask what to do with the data on the phone, and unless you don't have recent backups or worry that some changes haven't synced to the cloud yet - choose to erase the local data. When the old account is cleaned up, sign back in with the correct password. Similarly, if you have the old account used to download apps or sync ...


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Everything you already got from the Apple Store is registered to your old ID, & cannot be transferred. The only way to transition the machine to the new ID is to re-purchase everything under the new ID... ... or by setting up the two accounts under Family Sharing you would be able to use the same apps under both accounts.


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Apple's troubleshooting article has details on how to proceed with troubleshooting Game Center. http://support.apple.com/en-us/TS3970 Why not start there and ask a second, more detailed question if one of the steps has you confused or stuck. Without more details edited in to your question, it's hard to guess where you are stuck in the process. It might ...


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You should visit My Apple ID, login on Manage my Apple ID and modify your email settings there.



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