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The easier fix is to rebuild/repair the Photos library. Quit Photos, and experience the "closing library" hang; now, force quit. (Argh!) Hold down Cmd + Opt while relaunching Photos to repair the library. Successfully import your stuff.
Try system preferences -> Internet accounts -> uncheck mail from google account
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.
Beyond Compare can do what you want,and it can also show difference between two folder which you can sync only choose one. Here is the steps: Open Beyond Compare,click Folder Compare,choose left folder,choose right folder,select all,right click,click Synchronise,click update both.Done.
While the music does appear on your iPhone, did does not necessarily mean that it is taking up storage on your iPhone. I also have a 16 GB iPhone and was trying to delete my purchased music. What I found is that those songs are stored on Apple's server in iCloud and thus are available to you whenever you have an internet connection. As soon as you turn off ...
Invite a person to a shared list or create a shared list and it will update all reminders. This works 100% of the time for me and my family.
My solution is not perfect, but it is better than hearing some private voice memo when the music library is played among people... It is also better than having to remember to delete them all the time. The solution is the following: 1) go to "/Users/yourusername/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media" 2) right click on the "Voice Memos" folder and select "Info" 3) in ...
Solution: 1) Default account on all devices needs to be iCloud. 2) You can select all of your contacts in OS X and drag them to "iCloud > All iCloud" in Mac OS X Contacts to get them all into the proper account (and thus syncing and showing up on your iOS devices). Apple will even handle the duplicates for you automatically.
I've just rebooted my iphone and it synced.
Try restarting the iPhone (home button + power button 10 seconds). Plug in the iPhone and see if iTunes recognizes it. If that doesn't work, you should try connecting it in Recovery Mode: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201263
Clear all flies not photos. And run again. And add more photos. No just clean up.
I fond this from apple support forums. I know this comes late but hopefully this helps people who are having this problem in future. Copy this directory on the old mac from /Users//Library/Containers/com.apple.BKAgentService/Data/Documents/iBook/Books to your new mac. Open iBooks File->Add to Library... and select all the Files in this Books Directory for ...
iTunes won't actually transfer pictures from your iPhone to your laptop. To do that, you will need to use the built-in Windows Image Capture program. It should open as an option when you plug your iPhone into your computer. After starting the program you can import the pictures from your iPhone. Here is Apple's official documentation on importing photos: ...
You can drag the entire window wider, or fullscreen it, but there's a limit to how wide it will go. There appears to be no separate column resize facility. Narrowest... Widest...
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