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If you have many small files to transfer over, avoid the processing overhead the Finder imposes on file drags by using the Terminal command cp. Type man cp for all the details. Should you be using the MicroSD card as off-line archival storage for many small files, consider compressing the set of files into a zip archive, then transfer the .zip file to the ...


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Indicated write/read speeds are always higher than what you should expect from a card. Usually, the filesystem doesn't make a difference to the RW speeds. Do also remember that copying many small files is significantly slower than copying one big file due to the entries required to the FS. If you'd like to test your write speeds with the filesystem, try ...


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just click twice on the download window...the second time will appear detailed ;) cheers


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You can use iCloud. Sign in as the same account on both devices, the contacts should transfer automatically.


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When my daughter filled her iPhone4 (yes they still exist!) with photos so that she was unable to update the operating system, I connected the phone to my computer and ignored the request to fire up iTunes and simply looked at the phone contacts as if it were just any old external drive. I copied a chunk of photos folders without changing their coded names, ...


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Yes either iCloud or iTunes can do this. The overview is that you take a backup from the old iPhone and restore during setup on the new iPhone. Apple has a support page for this: Transfer content from your previous iOS device to your new iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch


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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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I had the exact same problem, Googled, and found your question here. After I finally figured it out, I had to come back and share the solution with you: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204669


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I found this answer while looking how to move the new (at the time of writing this answer) Civic theme in Xcode 8 to Xcode 7.3. Now themes are bundled inside of the Xcode application's bundle at following path: Xcode.app/Contents/SharedFrameworks/DVTKit.framework/Versions/A/Resources/FontAndColorThemes Also Xcode8 theme has extension xccolortheme while ...


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You can prevent them from accessing the App Store by restricting access to it: Settings -- General -- Restrictions A passcode needs to be set, keep it at a safe place as any other password.



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