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Import photos in Windows 8 Import photos and video from your device to your PC: Connect your iOS device to your computer. Move the cursor to the upper-right corner and click the magnifying glass icon. Type Computer and press Return. Right-click the logo for your device and click "Import pictures and videos." Click More Options. Click the Browse ...


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To download with normal speed again, you can do the following trick: (These first two steps weren't necessary for me and it worked for me without doing that.) First open System Preferences → Network → Advanced and choose the tab "DNS" and add another DNS-Server by clicking on the +. A list of free DNS-Servers can be found at about.com. Now we choose a ...


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I don't know why it happens but the way I fix it is by deleting the episode (deleting it and also deleting the download) and downloading it again.


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Attach your old village to a new Game Center account: Launch Game Center on your old device, create a new free account and login; while logged in, launch the game. If you get the "Welcome back, yourusername" message at the top of the screen, your village is now attached to your Game Center account! Load your village on the new device: Launch Game Center ...


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Yes it is certainly possible. You need to sync your iPod via iTunes on your PC. All purchased apps should then appear in iTunes. You can then transfer them from iTunes to your iPhone. Additionally, I recommend syncing with a computer regularly to ensure you have a backup of all your data. You are backing up right? Here is Apple's support documentation ...


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Connect the device with the app to the PC with a USB cable. Right click on the iPod and select "transfer purchases" Once the app is on the computer, then connect the iPhone. Set up that app to sync and you should be done.


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Sadly it didn't go through. I left it on download while changed in App Store preferences not to install system file etc.. Download completed, installation proceeded on itself again and installer stuck at 9 min remaining showing in App Store purchases. Like before, the X icon in Applications folder is 168KB only. I found some stuff downloaded at a ...


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1- To your first question (automatic Install) Open App Store in your System Preferences and choose the correct settings there. (as shown) 2- To your second question (how to get 10.9.5 Installer package) Just click on the Mavericks download in App Store and you will get this: Click Continue and you will have a Mavericks Installer package on you ...


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Just upgrade as normal. Then if you need to do a clean install, use the recovery partition. Or is there something else you are after?


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Another option would be to try Bittorrent Sync (http://www.bittorrent.com/sync). I've used it to sync family photos and videos between members of our family across the WAN but there's no reason it won't work for local network. It uses peer-to-peer connections so the data would not be going through a server like it would if you tried to use something like ...


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The solution seem to be to stubbornly cancel the download every time you see it happening. After many times, somewhere in the Big Apple Mother Ship a sentient entity decided to stop trying.


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While not as ubiquitous as rsync, I have in the past used a tool call "mpscp" - http://www.sandia.gov/MPSCP/mpscp_design.htm From Sandia National Labs, it's a file copy tool that runs over SSH that is specially optimized to saturate high-speed networks between close systems (such as copying terabytes of data between two supercomputers at the same site, ...


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Is this 20Tb packaged in a small number of large files (like video, monster database) or millions of smaller files? If lots of small files I would go with rsync for restartability or a piped tar stream for efficiency (one network connection for the lot, start again from the beginning if it fails) tar -cf - * | ( cd newhome; tar -xf - ) remote folder ...


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Use rsync and consider using it with rsyncd. If you use rsync without rsyncd, you're stuck using ssh, which means using some kind of encryption. You're probably copying the data from an older machine to a newer machine and the older machine may not have the CPU grunt to encrypt the data for transmission fast enough to keep a gigabit Ethernet link ...


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rsync is a good way to go (scp is pretty much the same with fewer features). You may want to use the -Z option, which will enable zlib compression. Depending on how fast your drives/computer are, it may be faster than sending uncompressed, i.e. if your network link is saturated. You may also want the archive mode option, -a which will preserve symlinks, ...


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Lots of work has been done in the retrocomputing community to allow transfer of 5 1/4" floppies in all the major 8-bit formats to virtual disk images that can be used on a modern computer via emulation software. For example, KryoFlux is a hardware interface that uses generic (cheap) PC-style floppy drives to read any disk format, including Apple II. This ...


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Jailbreak your phone and then download 'Background Manager' and it'll bypass Apple always killing DropBox in the background every 10 minutes. It's great because now DropBox will upload in the background or at night when I'm sleeping, while the iphone is plugged in!


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Dropbox for iPhone has a new feature called "Background uploading" and it does just that. Check the settings icon and enable it.


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This is a wide spreaded problem. If you check the ratings of the Podcast-app in the App Store, they are at around two stars. I don't know if apple doesn't fix this bug, but at the moment, there is no easy fix for that problem. The only fix would be, that you download the podcasts from your Computer and sync it to your iPhone. But maybe even that way, it ...



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