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As you need to do a shift+enter (also called 'soft return') to do it (because 'enter' acts like 'tab'), you can't on iOS. According to this recent post Zoagli points it in his answer you can't do it on iOS. Alternatively you can try to add the soft return on a computer via Contact.app (on a mac), or via the web interface of your contact manager (Google ...
That feature is no longer located in the App Switcher, but instead (on iPhone 5 and later) can be found when one swipes to the very left page of the home screen.
I tried two fixes, and this one seemed to work after playing around with it for a while: Fix #1 (didn't seem to work, but may have helped) Turn off all the Spotlight switches in Preferences > General > Spotlight. Do a hard reset by pressing and holding the Home button (big circle below the screen) and the Sleep/Wake button (on top of the iPhone) ...
I ran across this issue when restoring a backup to a new phone. It was showing another family member's contact as My Card under Contacts. iCloud wasn't even signed in. I had to go into Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Scroll down to Contacts and select the correct contact under My Info. iPhone 6 with iOS 9.
External account settings can be found under Settings-> Mail, Contacts, Calendars-> Fetch New Data. Configure the frequency of synchronization on the bottom of the screen. It is possible to update in "real time" if "Push" is turned on, but this will have a negative impact on battery life.
Possibly. Your mileage may vary, as this is a carrier dependent function. I was however able to achieve the following using two AT&T phones in the U.S. First I opened Settings > Phone > Show my Caller ID and turned the switch off. Next I placed a test call to the second phone, the other phone correctly displayed "no caller id". (Note: it does NOT ...
You don't need an Applescript. In Mail.app go to Preferences > Rules and add a rule that will delete any email that meets your specifications.
There are two things that I suggest that you do to rectify this issue: Go to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, and Calendar -> turn off "Contacts found in mail". For extra measure, scroll up to your email address, select it, and disable Contacts. *this was moved from comments above to help others looking for this answer.
Don't know if you've figured this out yet, but I finally did today. I've had the same problem for years and multiple phones. Today I opened my contact info and as always, my home address was correct. I clicked on edit and down at the bottom, under my home address was an "other" address, the one maps always tried to take me to. I was able to delete that ...
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