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To anyone still needing help, this is what was done to fix this issue. If you reset your iCloud email and password online that does not update your icloud account on your computer with the new email address. You need to login to your iCloud account online and set your primary email back to the original one (your computer is still using this email) reset ...


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The apple ID is the user. At some point you'll need to bite the bullet and create new apple IDs for each user if you want separate texts/email accounts etc. My wife and I use a multitude of applications that can share data across accounts, like Anylist for reminders/grocery lists, etc (this can be integrated with the Reminders app Photostream for photos ...


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Execute this command in Terminal and see what happens: dscl . -read /Users/[user_shortname] JPEGPhoto | tail -1 | xxd -r -p > ~/Desktop/any_file_name.jpg Ex: dscl . -read /Users/U92 JPEGPhoto | tail -1 | xxd -r -p > ~/Desktop/U92.jpg Gleaned and distilled from this AskDifferent page.


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Apple IDs are never deleted. So try to reset the AppleID password first. Then remove the old iPhone from that account. After that use the new Apple ID with iPhone 6.


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Easiest thing log into appleid.apple.com then call AppleCare in your country. While you are in the account management portal they'll tell you how to create a temporary support PIN and after verifying the serial number of your iPhone linked to the Apple ID, can help reset your security questions and associated email.


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Here are your choices Recover your Yahoo email password following this link: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/recover-password-mobile-device-sln14698.html or answer the security questions in AppleID https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201487 If all is forgotten then all is lost:-> the device is useless to you. Forgot yahoo email password Forgot AppleID ...


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Try resetting on iOS then create new apple I.D. Use an email address and use a different password.


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You'll need to take your iPhone along with the sales receipt to an Apple store.


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You can't use an existing Apple ID and then enroll it into the store. The "none" option only exists for new accounts as a one-time (or limited count) event for that device thanks to scammers and people that manipulate app store ratings with factory reviews and paid downloads. You can usually make a brand new Apple ID following these steps: ...


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If you want to use an existing Apple ID, you're out of luck. You need a card to be entered and accepted, so you'll have to pay for one or get a friend to trust you to add it and then remove it immediately after confirming your account for the store. You probably also can pay a US bank to provide you with an account and debit card, but that can be more ...


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Yes. Gift balances are preserved. In fact, I use a gift balance to avoid charging the family organizer for my primary Apple ID. I want to pay for my apps and be part of the family to share apps and calendars and reminders easily. This lets me use my Credit Card to buy gift cards (usually at a substantial discount from Costco) and/or use Apple Pay and ...


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The normal procedure is to add a valid billing source and buy something that uses all the credit and then do the switch. If for whatever reason, you can't add a valid credit/debit card for your current region, then asking for help from iTunes store support is the best bet. https://www.apple.com/support/itunes/contact/ You could even ask them if there is ...


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In app purchases do fall under the same rule, however if your Apple ID is signed into, say a family computer, he could approve it himself on that device.


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Since the Apple App Store has standardized price points ($0.99, $1.99, etc), you won't find an app that is $0.80 unfortunately. There isn't any way to search by price in the app store, but services such as AppAdvice.com and others can help a bit. My recommendation is that you choose an app that you want, figure out the price, including tax. Ask a friend ...


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No. The messages will only pull through from the point iMessage is turned on. Only in a situation where iMessage is turned on but the computer is unable to receive them (sleep, offline, etc) will it backload messages.


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I think most people worry about this when they stop sharing an iPad. I used to hear these concerns all the time at the AASP I worked at. Let's address each issue in turn. Apps will still remain associated to your mom's Apple ID, but they won't disappear. If you sign out of your mom's account and sign in with the new one, the apps stay exactly where they ...


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1. How will app ownership be affected by this change? Will apps disappear because the original purchaser is no longer logged in on the iPad? Apps won't disappear. You can combine apps on the same device from different Apple ID's. Just switch Apple ID in the App Store at the bottom of the screen and download an app. The only downside is having to type ...



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