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Hi my frinde take password whit I Please came back password


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Yes, if he had your AppleID and password, and tried to log into iMessage with it, your phone will pop up with a notification that says that a new device has connected to your imessage. This is what I got when I synced my new iPad with my imessage account.


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Call Apple support, there is no way to do this yourself.


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Open App store and click on sign out. Now sign in with new apple id. Be aware that the iPhoto belongs to your apple id. The new apple id will not work with updates to iPhoto without paying for it.


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The problem is that I have logged into Chrome under wife-osx-user. Chrome saves passwords into keychain. And then keychain makes those available to Safari. Not AT ALL the desired behavior but I suppose it makes some sense.


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You may have an application which was left over from the previous owner. The simple way to deal with that is to delete the old version and download the new version (with your own Apple ID) anew. First, in the Mac App Store, go to the Purchases tab and verify that the app you want to download is listed there for your Apple ID. Next, move (or, if you are ...


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I recently went through a similar process, resulting in 2 AppleIDs for myself, and a separate one for my wife. You can "delete" the AppleId (iCloud ID) on one phone and then proceed to create a new one. You will not change the other phone, or any saved data in iCloud. I am pretty sure you will need a new email address for the new AppleId. NOTE you will ...


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Unless you wish to spend the next year swapping back & forth between IDs every time there's an update to something, best practise would be to treat it as though you were selling it & wipe it completely, then set it up afresh with a new ID. See What to do before selling or giving away your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch To get back any apps [though not ...


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What to do before selling or giving away your Mac Learn how to back up and remove the data from your Mac before selling or giving the computer away. When preparing to sell or give away your Mac, you may want to erase some or all files from its hard drive. But first determine whether you should back up your computer and disable certain features and ...


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create a new user account (system preferences users and group) make the new user account an admin (system preferences users and group) login with the new user account Delete your old user account (system preferences users and group)


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I had to delete the apps indeed, and then purchase them at $20 a pop.


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Go into iTunes and make sure you are NOT SIGNED IN. Go to the App Store and click "Redeem" When it asks you to review your account details, just click the "Review" button After agreeing to the terms, there should be a "None" button under payment details!


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if she 'bought' them, even on 'your' machine, they are tied to her Apple ID. You would need to re-purchase under your own ID. App Store purchases are not tied to a machine, they are tied to an ID … or set up Family Sharing, which would allow you both to download/use any app purchased under that share, without impinging on general privacy.


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Apple's official instructions for recovering a forgotten password are available here: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201487 Unfortunately, if you are unable to get into your account using any of those methods then you will have sacrificed your account. Apple also has instructions for restoring your iPad to factory defaults through iTunes: ...


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While your Apple ID is in the form of an email address, that email address does not need to be used for anything associated with the Apple ID. Your primary email address, for contact with Apple, does NOT need to be the same as your Apple ID, it can be anything. In otherwords, you can have an Apple ID that is somebody@icloud.com but use the primary email ...


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This is not possible using a single Apple ID. If you wish to share the location of each device specifically, you will need to use a unique Apple ID on each device.


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Have you tried to call the Apple support? I once tried that when I forgot the password, and within minutes the problem solved.


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Don't set it up for the next owner, let them do it themselves. Otherwise the account is yours, not theirs. What to do before selling or giving away your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch If you still have your iOS device Before you sell or give away your iOS device, make sure that you've removed all of your personal information. Follow these steps to ...


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After talking with Apple support for a couple hours, booting into safe-mode, and re-installing the OS (at their behest) we ended up just going into recovery and using the "resetpassword" command from the terminal.


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I think this might work for you: iOS: Understanding Restrictions (parental controls) You can enable Restrictions, also known as parental controls, on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Restrictions stop you from using specific features and applications. Learn more about the types of Restrictions and how to enable or disable them on your device.


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As I know,children under 13 years old can't create an Apple ID on their own. Family Sharing is the best choice. Restrictions on an iOS device or Parental Controls on OS X and iTunes. Ask to Buy is enabled by default for children under 13 http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201084 http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201089 When a family member initiates a new ...


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Yes, You can change the alternate id only. Simply SIGN IN or go to appleid.apple.com and sign-in. Once you sign in the 1st Tab will autonomously be selected for you : 'Name, ID and Email Addresses', if not select that one. You will see a list of all the info related to that tab. On the bottom you will see the alternate email address, below that section ...


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I suppose you want to change the email address of your apple id. After a quick search on google I came on this page from apple.com This should be detailed enough to help you solve your problem.



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