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I had the same problem of phone numbers & not names to identify messages. I deleted the texts. Then clicked on new text. Found the name I wanted to send text to wrote text & sent. Now that name appears instead of number.


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I used Smiling Cloud, it's very good. You sync with the cloud and can recover your contacts anytime. At the same time your contacts may be exported from Exchange to Sim or phone.


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Any one of the paths - WiFi syncing down from iCloud or choosing to sync contacts over iTunes should work to get contacts on your iPad. Since it's the one device having problems, you will want to back it up and restore it to factory settings and test one set of data - perhaps contacts from iCloud. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1414 At the end of the ...


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Building on the previous answer, you could create contacts photos that have the preferred name as graphic text overlaying the bottom of the picture, or have a picture that is just the required text.


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I had this happen on my Calendar. Go into the app switcher and close out the apps that you are having problems with, and then reopen them and try again. If that doesn't work then try closing the apps and then rebooting your phone. Hope it's a simple fix. Let me know if it works.


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If another device is using the same iCloud account that contacts of that seconds device can override the contacts on your iPhone. I have lost many important notes due to this. I have an iPhone 5 and iPod Touch 4th Generation and when I connected the iPod Touch to my iCloud account (with the iPhone already being connected) the notes on the iPod Touch overrode ...


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I've had this problem with iPhone 5 Updated IOS, about 2/3 of contacts disappear. Tried some of solutions, best one yet Settings > Contacts> Import SIM Contacts> iCloud And boom they are back, for now!


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It does not matter that you update your account. You can try to disassociate them and create a new outlook account....After that, follow the step to export iPhone contacts to outlook. 1.Connect your iPhone to the computer using the supplied USB cable and launch the iTunes application, if it does not launch automatically. iTunes displays your iPhone on the ...


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Merely partially answering my own question: First make sure to have Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > CONTACTS > Default Account set to Gmail. Cards from Office 365 and Google that are of the same person can be edited in iOS Contacts. Edit one contact and, right at the bottom (remove the keyboard) one finds link contacts.... There select the ...


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Ugh, of course while typing this, I do the one thing I hadn't tried. I turned the phone off and then back on again. It picked the sync up and now I'm back in business.


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Well, I am not entirely sure why a specific Google contacts will not show up on your iPhone, however, here's a workaround so you can make the son of a gun appear on the iPhone and in your Google account at the same time (the end result is the same as to what you want to achieve). On your iPhone go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and under ...


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These contacts are most probably stored not only in iCloud, but also on your device separately, in the device-only contact group called "on my iPhone". Your situation is probably a remnant of the times when you synced the contacts via iTunes. Then they got migrated to iCloud and were effectively doubled, but you only saw one contact in the Contacts app, ...



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