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Delete them manually. I don't think it would be possible to delete all those events at the same time, because they are now not linked as a recurring event.


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OSX has NTP built in, and enabled by default already. From the Apple menu -> System Preferences -> Date and Time Make sure that Set Date and Time Automatically is checked. That's NTP. You can pick a default Apple NTP server, or set your own, eg. pick one from here: http://www.pool.ntp.org/zone/north-america For UTC time zone, click over to the Time Zone ...


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iTunes sucks. The only thing you can do is change the owner of the directory where the apps are stored to "root" and change the permissions. The apps are no longer copied, however it still takes time for iTunes to process all apps. open terminal cd ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes\ Media sudo chown root Mobile\ Applications sudo chmod 0700 Mobile\ Applications now ...


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You can also try to click the circle / arrow thing in the upper left corner in the Contacts app.


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You could install FTP on the device, and set up a AppleScript that copies the data from your iOS device every 15 minutes. Then, you could set up a folder action, and whenever your Mac's folder is modified, it copies the contents of that folder to your iOS device. (Note: I can't give you any example scripts since I'm not on my Mac right now.)


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It can happen if your phone is outside good reception area for iMessage - carrier signal dropped to GPRS/Edge etc. The Mac picks it up, the system considers it delivered. There is no further attempt to send it to your phone. It used to happen to me a lot when I was working in a low-reception area. It won't re-synchronise. See How to tell Messages ...


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I'm doing that with Phoshare. I'm using automator for running an apple script when my iMac starts. This script calls phoshare to sync my events with the NAS. The apple script look like: cd /Applications/Phoshare-1.5.2.app/Contents/MacOS ./Phoshare \ --export "/Volumes/photo/2015" \ --iphoto "/Users/toto/Pictures/iPhoto Library.photolibrary" \ -e ...


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Somebody heard you, because this is now baked in. Your iCloud account will sync bookmarks, browser history, and even tabs in Yosemite and iOS 8.


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Launch iTunes, connect the device and uncheck Sync Music, Sync Movies, Sync TV Shows, and Sync Podcasts” in iTunes. Click Sync. This will remove all media from the device but keep it in iTunes. Disconnect the device from the computer. Switch off the iOS device by holding down the Sleep/Wake button and using the Slide to Power Off button. Hold down the ...


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If you really mean by automatically opens in task bar as a Browser icon displays a the little icon on top of it in the Dock (Handoff app icon in Dock ), and when you click it it opens the same page you are viewing on the other Mac. then this is nothing to do with iCloud. This a feature called Hand off. Have a read here When your Mac computers and iOS ...


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I've been looking for something similar, and it has proven quite difficult to find options. Everything's moving to the cloud. Appigo's Todo app seems to allow local sync, but that may be limited to Wifi sync (with both devices on the same network). Still, even something like that (which at least does not involve a 3rd party server) is hard to find. ...


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Answering my own question: no this is not possible. The non-free workaround is to buy the 40$ SyncMate from Eltima Software: http://www.sync-mac.com/ I'm not affiliated with that company. It's just all I found to solve this problem. If anybody has a better solution please post it.


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Usually an easy fix is to remove the google account from your mac all together so that all info is taken off. Then re-add the account from scratch, it should resync everything and this usually stops it constantly asking for the password.


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iTunes does not sync non-purchased music (or movies or tv shows) from a device back to the computer. You will need third-party software on the computer, such as iExplorer, to complete this. (I swear there was another question like this that has been answered before, but I couldn't find it.)


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I backup all media contents from my old iPhone 4 to iCloud, and then login the same account on the new iPhone 6, and then sync all media to the new phone, quite convenient.


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Link a device. Settings/device/link device . Then you do the rest. Hope this helps 👍


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Go to mail, contacts, calendars>Fetch Data> check every 15 minutes!! Took me a few minutes and found no one posting this fix!!


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I had a similar problem twice or so. Please try syncing your device (iPhone) to your laptop. That should transfer the purchase.


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one way sync is possible, but I didn’t hear for 2 way sync between Outlook 2011 & Google Calendars. Recently I had posted a blog for synchronization of Mac Outlook calendars to Google calendar, you can try this method once. And as I am hoping somehow it will assist you. Source Blog Link: ...


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Considering Preview.app to be mediocre as a PDF viewer (and that's a compliment for it), you might use Adobe Reader on the Mac; this should maintain the annotations (not tested, however).


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As someone's said, the square button that says 'automatically fill space with songs' has to be ticked. I spent two hours trying to work out what was going wrong before finding this answer on here. The labelling of the button is misleading - iTunes only puts the songs you have ticked on your device, it doesn't randomly fill the whole thing.



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