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I just tested this and iTunes will sync Voice Memos from the iPhone even with that option unchecked. Checking that will actually sync back Voice Memos to your iPhone. Could you try creating a "Voice Memos" playlist (that exact casing) and see if it syncs there? Perhaps iTunes is having problems automatically creating that playlist. Tested on an iPhone 6 ...


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I'm assuming you are attributing the 5.93GB to voice memos? That would be about 75 hours of memos. (They use about 2MB per minute.) "Other" in iTunes is a large catch-all that includes things like mail caches, Safari browsing data, iTunes streaming caches, and more. The best way to identify how much space is being used is on the device itself - Settings app ...


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In my case, it was nothing mentioned in the other answers. My problem was that I didn't have enough space. I don't quite understand why it needs space locally to upload something though. More info in this forum thread.


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Use the FlickrUploadr application available at this link (which is visible at the bottom right of Flickr's Camera Roll feature).


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I had over 1500 apps on my iPhone 5, and I saw this error several times. After I installed iOS Console (free download) on my Mac, I could see some error messages in the iOS Console. Several apps had quite a long name and/or weird characters in the app title. This was stopping them from copying. I think a service zips them prior to copying, and it was jammed ...


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Got to Settings Go to iCloud Slide Contacts option to Off (You'll get a warning, make sure you choose to save the Contacts on your phone) Close out of Settings Wait 5 minutes or so Go back to Settings / iCloud Slide Contacts option to On (You'll get a message asking to merge Contacts, say yes) Go to Settings / iCloud / Storage & Backup Select Back Up ...


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Running the following in Terminal seems to do the trick for me: lsof | grep "Photos Library.photoslibrary/private/com.apple.cloudphotosd/CloudSync.noindex/Engine/filecache" The lsof command results in this: cloudd 11237 carl 10r REG 1,4 3009775 1460206 /Users/carl/Pictures/Photos ...


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Unfortunately, from what I can find, there isn’t any way to manually sync reminders between devices; it just happens. There are some things that you can do, however (assuming you are on iOS 8.3 and OS X Mavericks 10.10.3): Make sure that both your iOS devices and your Mac are synced with the same iCloud account. On your iOS account, go to Settings > iCloud ...


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Tag each file with a subject name and they will be sorted in the tag section of the Finder sidebar, irrespective of the app they use. (I only use the tag colours to show them up)


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There isn't an "ubiquity" you can simply disable IMO. I would exhaust other avenues of solving this problem. Random shutdowns are irritating, but the best thing I have is to train the user to: Get sysdiagnose each time it happens. (or right after the reboot / when the problem is noticed) Log the date and time of the error on a piece of paper Establish ...


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I assume it's a little late for your phone call, but for anyone else with this problem you can force both the OS X and iOS Contacts apps to sync with different methods. OS X Close (and reopen?) the Contacts app. iOS (8) Touch Groups on the top left, then drag down until the spinner at the top fills up.


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Same issue. To manage the music/video manually: Connect the iPhone to your Mac. Open iTunes. Select the iPhone using the Device menu in the top-left. Click the Summary option and select Manually Manage Music and Videos. Click Apply. I've tried FonePaw iOS Transfer, which can let me bypass iTuns restrictions.


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On your new clash account play through the tutorial and make sure you don't upgrade the th or make any purchases. After that you can go into settings and link your new device!.


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Yes, it's possible with iTunes 12.1.2 which was released today.


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Try Unbound app. It uses dropbox to allow you to organize your photos on your ipad. So you can move, delete and rename photos on your iPad and the changes are synced back to your dropbox. I tried it and liked it, but I don't use it, because all the managing functions (move, delete, rename) only work, when you are online.


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I have the same experience with my iPhone disconnecting from iTunes. It returns, however, after rebooting the iPhone. This faster than the cable connecting and then trying wi-fi.


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Changing USB port fixed my problem. At first I was using an USB 2.0 port on my case, then I moved my iPhone to the USB 3.0 port of my motherboard and it worked.


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You may need to run Keychain Repair to fix a few items in it that could be problematic. This issue is apparent due to the popups from the system requesting your Keychain password. To check keychains for problems using Keychain First Aid: Open Keychain Access, located in the Utilites folder in the Applications folder. Choose Keychain Access > Keychain First ...


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Delete them one by one. I don't think it would be possible to delete all those events at once, 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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