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I use Beyond Compare for Mac. I used it before on Windows and it is very good with maximum control. http://www.scootersoftware.com/download.php


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You may find your answer here: (Use iCloud Drive or iBooks to access your PDF files, ePub files, and books) https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT205751 or here: (Sync iBooks between your Mac and your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT202759


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The simplest way to back up is to purchase a new lightning to USB cable. You can easily get all your photos and videos off the device, and many other apps support using iTunes to retrieve app data. The ability to jump from app to app with a mouse or trackpad rather than tapping and sharing on the iPhone screen makes the process more efficient and less ...


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Use a NAS as your backup solution. Please see the link https://www.synology.com/en-global/solution/Apple I have got DS216 as home&office backup solution, it works very well for backing up windows laptop, MAC books and iPhone(s). Can also setup a quickConnect, which allows you to access your files in the cloud as long as your NAS is running.


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If you plan on getting another iPhone iCloud backs up everything on your iPhone—every game's data, every app's data, your health data, your messages, your phone logs, your settings, your Homekit data, your photos and videos, everything. If you get a new iPhone, when setting it up, you can choose to set it up from a backup, and that new phone will have all ...


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Use entr command-line tool to watch for file changes in a directory. It has special -d option to react to events when a new file is added to a directory. The implication is that if a new file appears it must exit to allow an external shell loop to rescan the file system, so when -d is used, you've to use it with a loop. For example (to check for changes in ...


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iCloud has the power to get contacts from your iCloud backup if you have made a backup before contacts missing. In this post, we will introduce the detailed steps to get contacts from iCloud back to your iPhone directly. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone > Tap on iCloud > Turn On the option for Contacts (Note: if it's already on, turn it off and then ...


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Did you check in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data > Fetch Every 15 minutes. Maybe it is set to Manually.


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Each device has a local store of contacts. To synchronize things on each device - you can turn off Exchange sync and then see all the contacts that remain are local. When you re-enable exchange sync - copy them one by one or choose to sync them all up to the cloud. Then repeat for each other device. By setting the default place to store new contacts - you ...


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I found that adding a dummy item in a list on my iPhone initiates a sync, i.e. it fetches changes from other devices. Similarly, adding items in my iPhone updates my iMac and iPad instantly. The issue seem to be the iPhone not initiating sync without local changes on the iPhone. Note that on your iPhone, sync will not happen until after you press Done (or ...


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The short answer is No. Apple Notes and OneNoe can't be sync'd. You can export content from Notes and import it into OneNote, but they won't sync.



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