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I found a solution. When you connect to your car using USB it sends the music files to your car stereo and the car system processing them. It's not like AUX connection when the sound just goes to your stereo and plays through the speakers. If you changed the options for individual tracks in your iTunes library, the car stereo receives the files with ...


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All you need to do is turn on "iCloud Music Library" and all of your playlists, saved songs etc. will be distributed to all of your devices (including PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad (and soon to be android and Apple TV)) To do this, on iDevices go to Settings>Music>iCloud Music Library.


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You could use Box. To my knowledge, they used to offer this feature.


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Opening up the calendar and allowing it (or forcing) to sync will do the trick, though oftentimes imperfectly. To force calendar to sync, open it up and the tap "Calendars" at the bottom, then swipe down. As far as "imperfectly" goes, I mean it doesn't seem to sync all tasks all the time. I haven't figured out what the pattern is there, but it seems that ...


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I was having the same problem as you. I solved it by turning my phone into a hotspot briefly for my laptop, which allowed it to sync new passwords, and then I just clicked on the network, and it didn't prompt me for a password, just connected.


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I switched to Dropbox because it syncs Finder Tags.


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Let me correct my comment: A 64bit timestamp consist of access-modification-change-birthtime. From man 2 stat the following system calls change the respective times. The time-related fields of struct stat are as follows: st_atime Time when file data last accessed. Changed by the mknod(2), utimes(2) and read(2) system calls. st_mtime ...


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You can also setup a Remote Disc on the Mac with an CD/DVD reader: On the Mac that has an optical drive, choose System Preferences from the Apple menu. Click the Sharing icon in the System Preferences window. Make sure you've entered a name that you can easily recognize in the Computer Name field. Enable the checkbox for DVD or CD Sharing. ...


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Sign in to both computers with iTunes home sharing - then you can import files back and forth as needed. There is a filter to show songs not on the local library and the copying is drag and drop. Much faster if you really want to copy files than iTunes Match which also would sync things, but take far longer to upload and download the files. See these posts ...


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The best native software solution would be to sign up for iTunes Match on your older Mac that has a disk drive, then sign in on your new Mac. Apple's iTunes Match puts all your music into the cloud, attached to your associated Apple ID using iCloud. You'll be able to play music from your old Mac, on your new Mac, and vice versa. Even better, iTunes Match ...


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Delete iCloud? You mean sign out I suppose. If you want a separate account without harm of data, Go to Preferences > iCloud and somewhere there are sync options. Disable synchronization (possibly other features), sign out of iCloud, then create a new profile and use it on your iPhone. You might need the previous password to continue.


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I've done something similar using apps in the one partition on the other. I erased the /Applications folder on one partition and symlinked the master /Applications folder in the other to the root of the partition it was erased from. So, you could delete the com.spotify.client in all the users but one which will be the master, and then do something like this ...


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The mute-setting does not transfer from the phone to the watch.


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If you backed your iPhone up and saved it to iCloud, you can do the following: Before you do it, Make sure to backup the iPod! On your iOS device, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If a newer version of iOS is available, follow the onscreen instructions to download and install it. Make sure you have a recent backup to restore from. ...


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First, to answer your questions: Keyboard shortcuts do sync between OS X and iOS. However, in my experience this has always been quite slow, with the Mac taking a long time to recognize keyboard shortcuts I added on the phone. Turning the synchronization off would require disabling the syncing of documents and preferences, which would also disable quite a ...


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You don't say how you are trying to sync the PDFs or if you are using Mavericks, so I can't tell if this is helpful or not, but I have been using iBooks to sync PDFs across multiple devices with no problems. Have a look here Sync and save PDFs To add PDFs to your iTunes library on your computer, drag and drop the PDF into your iTunes Book library. If ...


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Just solved a similar problem. I even didn’t have to remove the iPod Photo Cache permanently! The synchronization got stuck on Importing photos. I closed iTunes and iPhoto and moved the folder ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library/iPod Photo Cache to Trash. I opened iTunes and ran the synchronization. It was done in a moment, the synchronization of photos was ...


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You can try to see if your phone had saved a backup to your computer upon last sync. This would mean restoring the phone from backup, which isn't always ideal depending on the situation. Unfortunately, it's not easy because iCloud was likely left enabled on the old phone, which synced them up to the cloud, and then down to your phone. Else, here is a ...


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I had the same problem. It was because my iPod was synced to a library on a different computer. I had to resync with my current computer. The iPod will only sync with one iTunes library. In iTunes, select your iPod and synchronize.


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You might have to force iOS to refresh your contacts. Goto your iPhone's Settings and select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Select Gmail and uncheck Contacts. Now, goto your Contacts app and it should be empty. Go back to the previous settings screen and recheck Contacts. After that, open up your Contacts app to verify the updates.


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Here is how you can sync from Dropbox (or a directory of your choosing) into Photos, when new photos are added: Open Automator, and create a "Folder Action" On the top where it says "Folder Action receives files and folders added to" select "Choose folder", then "Other", and select your Dropbox folder (or whichever directory contains your photos) Add a ...



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