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 ⌚ is a replacement for aw on my MBP It used to be so on my iOS device too. Not anymore....and when I try to add  ⌚ to text replacement on my iOS device it says that I can't use emoji symbols.....but it works on the MBP....


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There is a workaround for this I have found, but essentially requires you to setup a local iCloud calendar then share it to another calendar provider online and then on that calendar subscribe to the ical


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This is not possible within the App itself. Although you can download an App called IFTTT, it connects the Apps you use and make them work together. Sync Reminders When you connect two Apps in IFTTT you create a Recipe, turns out there's a recipe right for what you're looking for! You can find it here, after you've downloaded the IFTTT App. Hope this ...


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OneDrive allows you to sync to whatever folder you desire. In your case, point it to a OneDrive folder in the shared Windows document folder. The Mac will simply have this folder in its Document folder as well. Whenever Windows is running, it will sync with Onedrive and populate the shared folder. Of course, since you don't have OneDrive on the Mac, it won't ...


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If you don't want to ensure iCloud then you could simply try using AirDrop which is the most convenient way to transfer anything between multiple Apple devices


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You have to understand that iTunes is the 'master' in all this, the mobile devices merely 'slaves'. Anything you do in iTunes will be reflected in the mobiles when manually synced. The question you linked is for 'what to do when this sync misbehaves?' & is not the same as your situation. Your issue really stems from your iTunes library not being ...


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For my iPod touch, I went into the account settings and switched off my gmail notes. Then, I went back in and switched it on again. Notes are synching again now. Make sure you save any important notes that you have before doing this (cut and paste into an email draft?), because I just lost the last two months of notes that I had in there.


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More recently, you can use Google Docs for iOS, Google's official app for accessing your Google Docs. It supports Offline Docs so you can edit them without an internet connection.


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There's actually a free service specifically for this kind of thing, it's called If This Then That (ifttt.com). You can configure all different types of cloud and other services with it, and then use pre-configured "recipes" or create our own. You can create all kinds of cool automated actions with it that will save you lots of time. I personally have it ...


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Hi I had the same problem. I am using win 7 64 bit. I have installed MediaMonkey, the I connected iPhone to the PC and once the window popped-up, I clicked on "open with MediaMonkey". Than the phone was synced in MediaMonkey and after that in iTunes as well.



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