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You're right, it is cached. So if you want to change the desktop image, you'll need to change the db file. In Yosemite, that is ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/desktoppicture.db And here's a way to change it using the Terminal: sqlite3 ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/desktoppicture.db "update data set value = '/path/to/your/image.jpg'" && ...


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I've observed this issue with several iPod Touch devices (one V1, one V4). It only started for me when I moved my music files from my main PC HDD to a Wi-Fi connected NAS. My workarounds are as follows: I don't copy more than one album at a time (manually manage music). I wait for the previous copy to finish before starting a new one. When I do get ...


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From Apple Support: To migrate another photo library manually: Quit Photos. Hold down the Option key and open Photos. Select the library you want to open. If the library you want isn’t listed, click Other Library. Navigate to the library you want and click Open. You can also drag the library you’d like to open to the Photos icon ...



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