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Plug your phone into iTunes to get a backup Get your husband to either remove your phone from his iCloud find my phone by logging into iCloud.com ( or he can type the password to allow you to remove his iCloud from your phone or he can tell you the password and the. Change it a third time) Until you have find my phone turned off with his permission, your ...
Are you sure it's the full login screen or is it just asking for your password? If so, you can turn off "Require Password __ after sleep or screen saver begins" in the "Security and Privacy" system preference.
A lot of applications store critical information in ~/Library so you might be better off with backing up your whole user folder (with the exception of Trash of course). If you use incremental backups the size will not be too big after the first run. And you can at least exclude ~/Library/Caches anyway. You also may want to back up any registration codes for ...
Turn off Time Machine with the switch in System Preferences, then remove the Backups.backupdb from drive A. Time Machine should recognise that the disk is no longer a Time Machine backup destination, but if it doesn't, delete .com.apple.timemachine.donotpresent from the root of the disk.
Generally speaking your /users/USERNAME folder should be sufficient. Many backup utilities automatically exclude the cache and trash directories, so depending on the program you use you may not have to manually exclude them. Although there are some application and system-specific files stored in the /Library (as opposed to ~/Library which is in your user ...
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