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Yeah... with iTunes syncing, you may lose some of existing data on your phone, which bothered me once. Actually, there are several tool in the market to help you easily copy photos from computer to iPad. You can just google them and get one have a try.


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In my understanding, I suppose that Photo Stream will do the trick. Go to Settings > iCloud > Photos > My Photo Sream, and turn it on. Enable iCloud on both devices using the same Apple ID, and you can see the latest photos in Photos. Apple - iCloud - Photos


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When you have an iPod touch the best alternative of itunes is Waltr by Softorino. This app transferes music from Mac&PC to your iOs devices within just a couple of seconds. It is very simple to use as well. All you have to do is - drag and drop. Its interface is also very nice. Check out their website, im sure itll help you http://softorino.com/waltr


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So I figured what was the problem. First of all its not family sharing but new Apple music which is in the cloud now and prevents from downloading songs from iTunes to your iPhone. So if you go to Settings --> Music and disable Show Apple music it restores the ability to transfer songs in old fashion from iTunes. See attached screenshot.


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You're right, it is cached. So if you want to change the desktop image, you'll need to change the db file. In Yosemite, that is ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/desktoppicture.db And here's a way to change it using the Terminal: sqlite3 ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/desktoppicture.db "update data set value = '/path/to/your/image.jpg'" && ...


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https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4252343 Connect your iPhone with computer using data cable. Open Device Manager and find your device. Right click on it and select uninstall. Wait a moment to refresh it. Unplug your iPhone from computer and plug it again. Windows will reinstall its drivers. If you can't transfer pictures from iPhone to computer, you ...


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There are a few different things to check: Verify if there is an iCloud backup of the phone by going to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage. Here you will see a section titled "Backups" which will show you if there was an iPhone backup. Try signing into iCloud on the new phone to see if there is any chance the photos are actually on your ...


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make sure your IMAP Path Prefix is set to [Gmail]; or [Google Mail] in some locales. try the Gmail prefix first. the [brackets] are required. open the Mail app, select the Spam folder under your Gmail account in the Mailboxes sidebar; then on the Mail Menubar, choose Mailbox‣Use This Mailbox As‣Junk Mailbox. you can/should also do this for Drafts, ...


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Calibre is based around a SQLite database so you can do SQL work including adding tables on it directly - I think calibre only creates extra tables with books_ or custom_ as a prefix so your own tables would not be affected by it. Extra fields can be added which appear in the GUI to be extra fields in the Book table but are actually each in tables with a ...


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If you would like to continue to use the sam Apple ID, go to Settings -> iTunes and App Store. you will see a list of 4 items under "Automatic Downloads". Uncheck all the content you do not want to sync to your device. But, you have to manually remove all of her content from your phone that was downloaded prior to this.


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You should make an iCloud account to your daughter then link her phone to that new account from Settings -> iCloud. Then you can manage your iCloud storage from settings -> General -> Use -> iCloud -> Manage Storage and you will find everything fill your iCloud account and you can remove what you don't need to.


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In your IMAP folders, do you still have the junk folder inside the GMAIL folder ? If so, you should select it, and the choose "use as -> junk" in the mailbox folder.


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"synced" can mean differnt things and is slightly ambiguous. However if you "backup" your phone via iCloud or iTunes, then you can restore the backup to another device and your iMessages and SMS texts will have been transfered. More info here: iCloud: iCloud storage and backup overview


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Followed @lax solution: clicked the iTunes Apps tab (not in the "iPhone" tab!) there I could select and delete the apps.


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If you add your Google account in the "Settings" app under "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" the sync works in both directions: Events entered on http://calendar.google.com appear in the iOS calendar app and events saved into the Google calendars on your iPhone/iPad will appear on the Google Calendar website. However this works only for new events. If you have ...


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I'd say, close iTunes, go to your iTunes Media folder and open the Mobile Application folder inside. Then simply delete the IPA file of the app you wish deleted. Finally, run iTunes and you won't see the app listed anymore.


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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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