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I'm adding another answer in case I misunderstood you: You can make a backup of your iOS device with iTunes to your computer (Mac or PC) and browse it, but from googling around it appears that you'll need an app to be able to extract anything from it. I've found this article ("Exploring the iPhone Backup made by iTunes"), that identifies five categories of ...
From the Udemy support site: If you're using the Udemy mobile app, you can save courses to your device for offline viewing. Unfortunately, courses cannot be downloaded to a PC or Mac unless the instructor has made a lecture available. If an instructor has enabled downloading, you'll see the lecture under the Supplemental Materials section to ...
For anyone else encountering this issue when upgrading to Yosemite, the way I eventually got past it was simply to reinstall Mavericks, and then to upgrade to Yosemite. Worked like a charm, after trying various things like clearing cache, flushing DNS, running in safe mode etc without success. This solution was recommended to me by Apple Tech Support ...
You can't transfer music from iPhone to iTunes. You can only transfer music iTunes to iPhone. This is to prevent music from being pirated easily. If you purchased the music directly from iTunes, all you need to do is make certain that you have iTunes signed on to the same Apple ID and download your purchases directly. You won't be charged if you already ...
I would suggest you zip the files and give your friends read-only access to the volume. So when they double click a ZIP file, they will be asked where to extract the file to (as they cannot just extract to your share), which usually by default is their home folder or desktop folder.
Right-click on the video and select Inspect Element. Click the disclosure triangle next to the video element to reveal the source element. Click the src attribute value to download the video.
If you make and then restore a complete Time Machine backup or use Migration Assistant you should have no problem moving everything to a new machine and having it work as expected. Otherwise I'm afraid you'll have to reinstall all of your tools and libraries.
Given the way torrents work ( piece from here, piece from there ) wether you can play a part before downloading the whole will depend on wether you have the part you want. In short, maybe yes, maybe no.
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