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There are some bugs as in every .0 release, but your mileage may vary as to which ones (if any) end up affecting you. Unfortunately nobody can predict that. If you are concerned about a critical production system being put out of commission, it is probably best to wait for 10.10.1.


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What version of IOS do you have in your iPod?? (See comment) The typical way in iOS 8 is Go to the Podcaster app A. In the bottom go to the search section (rightmost button). Enter a name of a podcast you know here or B. Alternatively, got to "Top list" and read about existing podcasts, peruse the Categories (top left link) and find podcasts you want to ...


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If you're dependent on your computer for your livelihood, it's generally a good idea to always hold off on upgrading to a new major release at least until the first update has been released, which in the case with Yosemite will be 10.10.1. Everyone has very different workflows and no one will ever be able to guarantee that your workflow works on a new ...


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In iPhoto or Aperture preferences on your Mac, select Photos (or Photo Stream) > My Photo Stream > Automatic Import. All of your photo stream photos will import into your Events, Projects, Photos, Faces, and Places folders in iPhoto or Aperture. From My Photo Stream FAQ


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Can you play the songs on iTunes? The exclamation mark means iTunes can't find the file associated with that song. Maybe you moved it or it was deleted, or it lived on another hard drive. The solution is to locate the files for your songs first, and then either re-import them into iTunes or re-link them in iTunes. More information here: ...


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I had the same issue with certain contacts and contact groups not coming back from iCloud after a clean Yosemite install. Today I found out that all this contact groups and contacts are starting to sync once I edited them, e.g. add a contact to a group, update a contacts phone number. For me it worked to edit them in icloud.com (webpage) or on an iOS ...


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BY web interface I assume you mean being logged into icloud.com. If thats the case check your timezone for icloud.com Find your name on the right end of the top title bar at iCloud.com then click the V symbol to the right of your name to find "iCloud Settings" and open these settings. There are very few settings here, but one of them is in fact "time ...


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Guesswork, but the bad news is you should have switched it off before reverting, if at all possible. Looking through the various QAs at Apple forums would tend to lead to the conclusion that once you have upgraded to iCloud Drive it cannot be reverted. You may be able to switch it off from https://icloud.com but I can't test as I have never enabled it on ...


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No. Unless you use a specific third-party app that allows this (I don't know of any) then synchronisation of music from a computer to an iOS device with iCloud Drive is not possible. However, you may find that iTunes Wi-Fi syncing sufficiently solves the problem you describe of having to physically connect your iOS device to your computer in order to ...


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You can log into your account on iCloud.com, select Settings and disconnect from all browsers from there. It might also be advisable to change the password of your iCloud account (and enable two factor authentication at the same time).


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I eventually updated and checked myself, and the answer to my question yes: even if you don't update to iCloud Drive, iCal keeps working and syncs on your devices connected to the old iCloud.


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It's doubtful. iCloud is locked on the server side, a TM restore would only restore your client side configuration.


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Did you try a restart of the phone? Also go to Contacts and click the "group" button in the top left and make certain that "All iCloud" is checked.


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This problem has been bugging me for months. I've kept a weather eye on the Google results, poked around trying to find my own solution, upgraded to Yosemite to see if the issue was resolved there, but nothing turned up. So, during the Thanksgiving break I decided to sit down and fix this once and for all. Looooong story short, every time you add a tag it ...


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I have 2 mac: 1 office running OS X 10.9, Mavericks, and 1 personal running OS X 10.10, Yosemite. My files in OS X 10.10, Yosemite are not showing but in OS X 10.9, Mavericks they are still present. Try logging in from another Mac running OS X 10.9 and you might find them there and be able to take a copy, as this is what I am doing right now.



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