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Any device (whether iOS or OS X) has a lifetime limit of THREE (3) new iCloud accounts can be activated using it. Once the third iCloud accounts has been activated from that device, that device cannot be used any longer to create/activate new iCloud accounts. Apple allows the primary and the secondary account, after third they do this to you: There is ...


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What this basically is telling you is that you have already used 3 Apple ID's on the iPad (must be some pretty shifty owner before you) so you cannot add anymore to it. Its done. Even wiping it will not solve the problem as Apple must be very tight with their security and with 3 id's being the limit as said before me, for not allowing unlimited storage. ...


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Macs do not have Activation Lock. The only Find My iPhone lock that is present on OS X is the force lock from selecting the device in the Find My iPhone device list and clicking Lock. Simply reinstalling OS X can't lock a Mac unlike iOS Activation Lock. Note that Find My Mac will register the serial number (or other hardware identifier) for the purposes of ...


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Your device is most likely Activation Locked. In order to remove the previous owner's Apple ID, you should try to get in contact with them and arrange to have them remove their ID from the device. Activation Lock is an anti-theft feature, so if you do a factory restore in iTunes, you will be prompted for the previous owners Apple ID password when the device ...


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Launch Activity Monitor (in /Applications/Utilities) and look for a process named "com.apple.preferences.icloud.remoteservice". Select it, click the little stop sign with the x inside it, and select "force Quit".


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Why not take the last 9 years of calendar entries, export them as an iCal Archive, then create a new calendar, import those entries, but do not sync to iCal. You can then delete those entries from your daily calendar, while maintaining history in your archive calendar. You can sync this archive calendar to your iPhone via iTunes, rather than iCloud. Of ...


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Apparently this is how it GTA operates. Both Vice City and San Andreas iOS version of it. I've always wondered whether the game keeps some of the game save data in Game Center, iCloud or to a app-native cloud system.


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If your iPhone is stolen and has FindMyiPhone turned on the thief would need your iCloud password in order to disable it. The thief could wipe the phone by putting it into DFU mode, but upon trying to access the phone they would run into the problem of still having to input the iCloud password into the phone so that they are able to access it as it is still ...


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Yes it will restore your photos from your camera roll Source: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH12519?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US


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Open the iCloud preference pane on your Mac to get the easiest way I've found to manage the storage. Click the Manage... button in the lower right. This will calculate all the storage users counting against your quota and offer you details on how to clean up each category. Once you've reviewed each bin - you can decide to delete or if you would rather ...


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Apple provides a web interface, so you can log in to https://icloud.com and see which notes are syncing. Then once you are logged in, go to one of the devices and sign out and back in with the same Apple ID. Check that the date is correct on the device before signing back in. At that point, go to the settings app and ensure notes are synced for iCloud. ...


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After a back and forth between apple suport it turns out the tracks I had been trying to upload didn't have enough information. Once I added as much track info as possible to each track they eventually uploaded. Hope this helps someone else.


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The answer is: First the phone checks the sim and only then the iCloud lock status. So without the cariet sim you cannot be sure that the phone is not iCloud locked. There are some free websites (like http://iphoneimei.info/) that preform iCloud status and there are very reliable. All you need is the imei number witch is available at the HELLO screen (the ...


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If your phone has activation lock, you will have to get control of the old Apple ID to remove the account. The device should keep working, but you won't be able to sign in with the new account until the old is under your control. You can read the details and what to do with a forgotten password at: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5818 If you don't have ...


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Go to icloud.com/#find and log in. No download is necessary and your device should be located on a map and allow you to lock/erase/etc.



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