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1) Turn off the Cellular Data for the apps which are not important. 2) make sure the backup on cloud is not via celluar 3) Go To "Reset" and click on "Reset Network Setting". 4) After Resetting "General " option will not appear in your System Services.
Those apps appears in that section when i turn the data on and use some apps from the data. Each app when takes the data connection and use it start appearing in the section. Once it appears in that section i was able to remove it from there.
The first thing you should do is make sure that your model iPad supports the cellular network you're trying to connect to. In America, we have two major cellular networks, GSM and CDMA. I suspect that this is the heart of your issue. Apple's support website has a webpage that helps identify your model so you can continue troubleshooting. If push comes to ...
Generate a mobileconfig using a tool such as http://iphone.flexserve.net. Load the mobileconfig by opening it in the iOS mail client. Remove it from Device Configuration when you're finished testing. This method neither requires a Mac OS X computer, nor a jailbroken iPhone.
Am I missing something obvious here or can you just use FaceTime Audio? Obviously it won't work if you use the keypad, but you can call from anywhere you have their contact card (Contacts, Phone, Messages, FaceTime, even Mail...) You did say both parties have iDevices, right?
I don't know of any way to force a call to use data instead of cellular minutes, or everyone would be doing it. One option you have is to enable Wi-Fi calling. If you are logged into a wi-fi network, you can make calls using the wi-fi. Go to Settings > Phone > Calls: Wi-Fi Calling and switch it to ON. Not every carrier allows this, so if the setting isn't ...
Most of people are using 3 or 4 g with public connection (wifi) on.This will never work .This might create issues , a slow connection , beside this, when they can not be switched manually , the battery is twice weaker or more.
Apple has some information up at: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201673 It basically points you to contact the vendor (i.e. your cellular carrier) to troubleshoot problems with cellular data. Apple would help you locate the cellular data on/off switch in settings, but once you've done that - you could back up your phone and erase it / restore a known ...
It is using GPS signal, from satellites, and possibly air pressure (on iphone 6 and later I believe) for altitude. And for direction it has a compass, i.e. a sensor which measures the earth's magnetic field.
This is determined by satellites in the horizon mapping out where your phone is (according to multiple posts on Stack Overflow, including http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13329714/how-does-my-iphone-get-its-altitude). Note that the accuracy from this method is not usually precise, but it is a rough estimate of your elevation.
It absolutely is possible to work with both the backup camera Wi-Fi and LTE at the same time -- I just did it. The problem of having the connection to my WiFi back-up camera blocking my internet use over the cell towers has driven me crazy. The solution is so easy it is embarassing. These folks are right. Just follow these easy steps: 1) Connect your ...
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