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Don't set it up for the next owner, let them do it themselves. Otherwise the account is yours, not theirs. What to do before selling or giving away your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch If you still have your iOS device Before you sell or give away your iOS device, make sure that you've removed all of your personal information. Follow these steps to ...


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Unfortunately, I don't know if there is a way to do it through the UI. Good news, though, is that this is stored in ~/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist. Here is a way to extract the information into a CSV file that you can open into a spreadsheet: Open Terminal Copy and paste the following line: defaults read -g ...


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On your iPhone, go to Settings → iCloud → Keychain and switch Keychain off then on again. Tap "Approve with Security Code", tap "Forgot Code" and then tap "Reset". Follow the instructions to reset iCloud keychain and create a new passcode. You will then be prompted to update to your new number.


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I take it the core of your question is how to securely delete an email which you received via an IMAP email account, and read using your local Mac OS X ''Mail'' application. You ask other interesting questions along the way, to which I'll give only brief answers. First, it's important to understand the IMAP account, and how it affects deleting messages. ...


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When it reconnects to a network it will go in lost mode and start deleting the files, but if the thief doesn't connect to one then all of your data will still be on the device. You shouldn't have removed it from your iCloud account because now if the person restores the device before connecting it to a network because now the phone can be restored and iCloud ...


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It's a bit difficult to diagnose this with the info you've given but from experience I've found that you are able to reliably "force an sync" with any sort of iCloud data by going to System Preferences and signing out + signing back in (it'll warn you about removing iCloud data from the device, etc.) As said in the previous answer, make sure you are ...


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You can only access your messages on an iOS device or on a Mac with the Messages app. You cannot access the messages through iCloud.com on the web. Mac Basics: Messages helps you chat instantly http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202549


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Why not set up the new phone first. Once that's done and your son has verified all the games and apps and settings are correct. Erase all content and settings on the old phone (under general in the settings app - go to the bottom where it says reset). That way, you can set up the "old" phone with only the accounts you care about.


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This will not be possible. You will see an cloud icon when you previously "purchased" an app. This will notify you that you could download the app withous any costs. It is not possible to delete those apps from your apple is. If you don't want to see the cloud icon, you could sign out from the appstore via settings > iTunes & App Store > sign out. This ...


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The data returned from Backblaze ought to be correctly recognised by the Mac. Folders like iPhoto have a special structure that the Mac shows you as a single file, but in reality it is just a folder. In the same way, Applications are, in fact, folders too - but the Mac hides the structure from you by default. This is what your iPhoto Library looks like on ...


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Transferring notes from one Apple-ID to another is quite difficult on iOS, because when you logout from one account all the notes in iCloud disappear locally, dissimilar to the contacts. so I recommend you to do this job on your Mac, it's so easy. I assume your notes sync with iCloud on your OS X machine. Open note app, login your original iCloud ID if you ...


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I suggest you to go to Mail.app → View → Message → All Headers and analyze that headers. If appears any server not related to iCloud, then copy the content of Mail.app → View → Message → Raw Source window and report in spamcop.net.


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It can be done by going to Finder preferences -> Sidebar and checking iCould Drive


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Open Finder preferences and check it again like in the image below.


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FWIW I fixed mine when I realised I'd probably downloaded iPhoto using an AppleID from the App Store but logged into iCloud with a different AppleID. I deleted iPhoto and it's related files (but not the iPhoto Library) using CleanApp, entered the App Store with my usual AppleID and downloaded iPhoto again. Once the App Store, the downloaded iPhoto and iCloud ...



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