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Assuming your freshly-laundered phone was using iOS 9 & your iPhone 4 is still on the last available iOS for it, 7.1.2, then the reason it cannot sync to new Notes is because the new Notes feature was only introduced with iOS 9 Anything older will still be syncing to the older version, presumably last updated the day before you hit the button to upgrade ...


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I tried several applications in trial mode; and all of them do require a backup. He learned the hard way to make backups.


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I googled around and no answer about this problem, the condition you can create iCloud email address is you own an Apple device. On an iOS device, go to Settings > iCloud, turn on Mail, then follow the onscreen instructions. On a Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click iCloud, select Mail, then follow the onscreen instructions.


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The person who can't send the invite should check if mobile data is enabled for photos app Maybe when they sent the invite to you, they didn't have wifi and mobile data was disabled. but had wifi when they sent one to another person. It happened to me. I couldn't receive and send invites. Once mobile data is enabled, the notification appeared that someone ...


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I get duplicates for my RW2 files which seem "renamed" on the iOS devices. Other than that, normal JPG files don't seem duplicated. However, each time I make an edit to a file in Apple Photos, it re-uploades to Google Photos.


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Try going into Keychain and checking under Keychain Access --> Preferences --> Certificates to make sure both OCSP and CRL are "Best attempt". See discussion here: https://discussions.apple.com/message/29988458#29988458


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Your AppleID appears to not be registered as a Developer. You must enroll in the Developer program to operate on certificates.


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Yes you can. Set up the primary ID as your gmail and secondary as an iCloud account


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Found a solution; not through iBooks but the Terminal instead (must install Homebrew first): $ brew install exiftool $ exiftool -Title="New Title" -Author="New Author" -Subject="iBooks Category" file.pdf This actually edits the PDF metadata, and that will reflect in the Title, Author, and Category columns in iBooks.


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All of your iCloud Drive content will be shown here: https://www.icloud.com/#iclouddrive. However, 1Password does not store data in iCloud Drive: it stores your passwords (encrypted) in iCloud Documents and Data, which is a separate part of iCloud. To access your Documents and Data, on an iOS device: open the Settings app, go to iCloud, tap Storage, and ...


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Go to youtube, search "One Weird Trick to Free Up Storage Space on iPhone", site under iTwe4kz. I searched for a while and finally found the solution in this guy's youtube channel, published Mar 28, 2016.


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If you want to access your iMessage history, use Baskup, an OS X application that backs up all your iMessages from your Macbook https://peterkaminski09.github.io/baskup


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When plugging your iPhone into your MacBook, in iTunes when accessing your phone, you should be able to select 'Photos' from the Settings tab on the left, then press Sync Photos, then choose the photo folder that you want to sync back into your iPhone. Then press Apply. Note: before choosing the folder, you need to create a separate folder containing all ...


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For the laptop, move your photos to a separate folder, desktop for easily finding it, then delete them from iCloud. On your phone, just upload the photos to your laptop and delete them from the phone, then turn off photos in iCloud.


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I fixed this issue by entering a static IP address without specifying a router for the WiFi network of my portable WiFi HotSpot on my iPhone. To do this: Power on the WiFi HotSpot, Join the iPhone to the WiFi network, Go to the settings of the WiFi network by clicking the (i), Under IP ADDRESS, click 'Static', Enter some IP Address, e.g. 192.168.0.10, ...


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My suspicions are still that it has got to do something with my keychain but I couldn’t figure out what exactly was wrong. I finally fixed it by signing out, then signing in again with a different iCloud account, signing out again, and, at last, signing in with my original account. (Before using a different account, signing in with my original account ...


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Yes, as long as you everything has been backed up to iCloud. After you get your iPhone back from your friend, you can remove the iCloud account, put your one back in, and choose to sync everything when prompted.


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Yes, the content on iCloud is separate from any particular device (except Backup) and can be accessed from a different device regardless of what happened to the original. You won't be able to access all your iCloud data without an iPhone or Mac though (e.g. Safari History and other app data).


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Providing you do not have usual wifi-routers & purely using USB tethering, having a Google account signed in with your iOS device would help a lot, you may use Google Photos app to sync, back-up & retrieve them from your Windows desktop/laptop Chrome browser's Google Photos as long as you are logged in the same Google account as you've logged in at ...


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You need to have an iCloud id just for photos - Login on both devices using a (perhaps new) iCloud id which your photos will 'live' in. Turn off mail, contacts, calendars and reminders and notes on both devices for this shared iCloud id. So from now on, to apple's iCloud servers, it appears both iPhones are owned by the same "person". After this, set up ...


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Today (with some recent changes to the apple.com web site) You can access basic repair data at: https://checkrepair.apple.com Once you sign in, you may find that some case notes are not associated with your AppleID depending on how you initiated service and what was typed into the repair database system. The functionality at ...


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You can have your password reset by following the steps at the Apple Recovery site: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201487 Answer your security questions If you know the answers to your security questions, select "Answer security questions" and follow the steps to reset your password. Use email authentication If you select "Get an email," we'll send an ...


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I had the same problem. I remembered that I was having battery problems, so I switched "Fetch" to manual mode. Even though iCloud is setup as PUSH, the calendar seems to be overridden by the "Manual setting for Fetch. Settings - Mail, Contacts, Calendars - Fetch New Data - Change Fetch from Manual to one of the durations. Once I did this, and made a ...


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Call Apple for help, but if you don't have any information about you AppleID, owner name, creation date, devices using, security questions, etc., then you are out of luck.


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Unless it has anything to do with Apple Watch? I can't see or find anything about activity app being backed up the cloud, but that's the only thing left I can think of The extra backup space is definitely from the watch. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204518 Here's what your Apple Watch backup will include: App-specific data (for ...


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You can achieve this in two ways: Deactivating the "iCloud Photo Library", which links the photo libraries in every iOS / OS X device you own and have configured under the same Apple ID and automatically syncs every picture taken, added or removed to all the devices on the system. With the setting inactive, you can work in the "classic" way, by downloading ...


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As with most of you, I just had the same issue. I combined a couple of different suggestions (e.g., Capt G) from this thread to find a solution for me: Open Internet Accounts Select the "Exchange" account if you have one set-up. Uncheck the Notes app in the window to the left showing the apps associated with the Exchange account. Keep this window open. ...


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Not a full answer, but a working method... if you use common phrases for text replacements, accept that you will get conflicts. Use something that would not naturally occur in your writing. myeml would be a fair trigger for your email address, myaddy for your snail mail, etc. I find that I remember them better if they are normally a common word; that ...


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The entire discussion is based on very confusing terminology. The term keyboard shortcut should be reserved to true shortcuts, e.g. Cmd-S for saving a document. What you discuss here, however, are not keyboard shortcuts but what Apple calls Text Replacements. The purpose is to replace some rather cryptic abbreviation to a wanted long text. This is also often ...


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I may have found an answer. Navigate to iTunes and on the top menu items navigate to the STORE tab. From there sign out of iTunes, and then log in again. I restarted Itunes just to double check and everything looks good. I haven't been prompted by the annoying message!


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Go to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage. Under the iCloud section, tap Manage Storage. This will show you everything that is using space in your iCloud account. If you see something you do not want backing up to iCloud, then disable and delete it here. iCloud Photo Library may be the culprit. On the bottom of this page you can also select ...


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My father has the same issue he lives in a area where he can't get internet. We have a hack option takes two iPhones or a iPad with Cellular what you do is the phone you want to upload photos off you tether to the iPad or iPhone it will think its on a wifi network and start uploading photos. so take a old iPhone put your sim in it and tether it to the phone ...


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To use Family Sharing, you need to have the same Apple ID on both iCloud and iTunes. It looks to me like you'll need to decide which Apple ID's your family wants to use and stick with that. On a side note, I don't understand why you'd want to have seperate ID's for each service. I'm sure you have a good reason but I would strongly recommend using only 1 ...


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No. What would be the purpose of a password if you didn't need it to open the document. Next time, write down the password if you forget easily.


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Sorta–but no. There are actually three different things we're talking about here. iCloud mail Storage of attachments in iCloud Backup Each of these items are very distinct, but all pull from the same storage pool (your 5GB default.) Let's go over each. The first is iCloud mail. This is an email service effectively equivalent to any other, provided by ...


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iCloud accounts are different for different devices. If you are using iPhone, iPad or even an iPod Touch you can use iCloud. iCloud is Apple’s own icloud service which allows you to save all the data which is present on your iPhone on the online cloud. In order to use iCloud service, you will have to create icloud email address (@icloud.com). Creating a ...


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iBooks does not actually change PDF metadata at all. It may appear to allow you to edit metadata, but the PDFs actually retain their original file names and metadata attributes even after you painstaking edit them. You've essentially wasted your time, as did I. Furthermore, you may notice the utter mess that appears in your Preview folder on iCloud Drive. ...


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To clear your iPhone's camera roll without losing any photo, get the Utiful app. Utiful is a complementary photo library, so you can freely move photos between the Camera Roll and the Utiful folders. So, unlike the Photos app than only duplicates photos into albums, Utiful makes it finally possible to physically MOVE photos out of the Camera Roll. It's ...


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Within Keychain Access the 'login' keychain is the user names and passwords that you have stored for the current logged in user. The iCloud keychain is as the title states stored in the cloud available to be accessed on any devices under the same Apple ID. The main risk with storing anything within a cloud service is the risk of these online services being ...


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In my case I have found that: When backing up WhatsApp (on iOS - iPhone) chats to iCloud, it copies the backup into every machine that uses iCloud. The backup is placed into a hidden folder, on my machine (OS X 10.11.4) it is in the /Users/UUUUUUU/Library/Mobile Documents/57T923XXXX~net~whatsapp~WhatsApp/Accounts/NNNNNNNNN/backup folder, where UUUUUUU is ...


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Here is what you can do, on at least iOS 9. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad While on the list of notes, enter Edit -mode. Select all of the Notes Tap on "Move to target.." (Might not be accurate translation) Select "iCloud Notes" That's all.


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It appears you are looking at the iCloud info in System Preferences on an Apple laptop or desktop. Inside System Preferences, after you click on iCloud, you then click on Manage in the lower right corner. When that window comes up, the top option is highlighted but not necessarily selected. If it's not selected, the backups will not show in the right column. ...


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iTunes 12.3: View >> Hide iCloud Music Purchases


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You can turn it off, but then you wouldn't be able to backup. If you have a Mac or PC, iTunes installed, your lightning or 30-pin dock connecter cable, a resonable amount of free space, you can backup with iTunes. It won't nag you. Plug in your iPhone, open iTunes, click your iPhone, and scroll to where it says backups, click iTunes, you can backup Health ...


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If the name on the Apple ID or the billing address is incorrect, you can fix it at https://appleid.apple.com You can edit the Apple ID name here... And you can edit the billing name here...


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Yes, they cross-pollinate from other devices. Mine come from my phone. I'm really not certain why they don't correctly sync both ways. If I add one to the Mac it appears on the phone, but ones deleted from the Mac don't necessarily delete from the phone & may later re-appear on the Mac. I've found the best solution is to just make sure you've also ...


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If she didn't have Find Friends turned on (it is on by default so she would've had to turn it off) then what you're seeing is the last location the iPhone reported whenever it reported it's location last. If she's looking at it thru iCloud, perhaps she does have the Find My iPhone installed. This is where a user can locate their own device. The device ...


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Turn on automatic backups. Whenever plugged in, locked, and connected to wifi, the device will backup. Call Apple if you are not sure how to turn on backups.



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