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Photo Stream photos are stored in the following location providing you have either iPhoto or Aperture installed and have signed in with your Apple ID. ~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/sub


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It's gone. Use this extension to work around it: http://ozymandias.me/2013/05/08/force-autocomplete-on-in-safari/


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I'm guessing it has been removed from Safari. According to this knowledge base article (under "Safari isn't automatically filling in account names and passwords on some web sites.") The checkbox should be in Preferences > Passwords. I don't see it there on my computer which has the exact same Safari Version with no Private Browsing.


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I struggled with this for quite a while. Out of nowhere, I could not add any events or reminders to my calendar, and the (+) in the corner of my calendar was grey. Super frustrating! Go under settings. Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. You must click on individual accounts, and move the slider for calendar to the "on" position. For instance, I have an ...


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If you have a mac computer you can sync your contacts to your computer using iTunes, then export them, and then import them into iCloud. See http://discussions.apple.com/message/23278838#23278838.


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Yes, it sends an email to the Apple ID that Find my iPhone was disabled on:


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Plug your phone into iTunes to get a backup Get your husband to either remove your phone from his iCloud find my phone by logging into iCloud.com ( or he can type the password to allow you to remove his iCloud from your phone or he can tell you the password and the. Change it a third time) Until you have find my phone turned off with his permission, your ...


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As this is tagged photo-stream I presume that you 'backed up' to Photo Stream. You can recover the photos from your Photo Stream by opening the Photo Stream on your computer. ~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/sub Inside this folder are all the photos from your Photo Stream. Copy them to your new phone.


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It sounds like there was something wrong with your syncing... To back up photos, try to import them via dropbox. Just treat it like a camera: https://www.dropbox.com/help/307/en And for other data, try syncing over iTunes app via cable: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1386 Good luck!


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Yes, the device can communicate with Find my iPhone over Wi-Fi. Find my iPhone uses the currently available network connection, regardless of whether that be Wi-Fi or cellular. The GPS is still used to obtain location information along with Wi-Fi data and the location is sent over Wi-Fi to Find my iPhone.


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Apple's entire podcast ecosystem is known to be buggy and has been for a long time. (See, for example, this bug of utter disconnect between iTunes and iOS prior to the arrival of the Podcasts app. It seems the point of moving podcasts to a dedicated iOS app was simply to banish the irredeemably buggy podcast code from the otherwise well functioning Music app ...


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On your Mac: Open System Preferences > iCloud Check the box next to "Keychain" On an iPad: Settings > iCloud > Turn Keychain On If you don't have any phone that can receive SMS it looks like you will need to call Apple Support to activate iCloud Keychain.


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No, this doesn't work for iCloud email addresses. Just tried it and the email failed to deliver — the email must be exactly correct.


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If you turn off find my iphone, and log out of iCloud, then you can't be tracked via that method. Of course, your Mom would need your Apple ID in order to do that anyway, and as such if she can simply log into iCloud.com with your ID she will be able to see that the tracking has been turned off. Also log out of Find my Friends if you use that. However, on ...


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The cause of this problem is very simple and isn't related to privacy issue or "left over ids" from refurbrished devices. You have PIRATED music in your library. When restoring the back-up, iOS tries to authenticate the PIRATED files and realizes the account has been locked down.


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Go to Settings Reset Reset All Settings and the process will start over. You're not losing content this way, because that's the 2nd option on that page.


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This is possible by opening the Settings.app on your iPhone, scrolling down, and selecting "iCloud". Scroll down, then tap Storage & Backup -> Manage Storage -> [Your iPhone Name] (This iPhone). You will then see a list of all the apps that are storing data in iCloud. Chances are the top one will be "Camera" and you can switch that off. Doing that will ...


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Needs ID as a precaution against theft. Obviously a thief would not necessarily have ID and wish not to be tracked


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Enable PhotoStream in iPhoto on your iMac.


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Print the URLs of bookmarks and pages on the reading list: defaults read ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist|sed -n 's/^ *URLString = "\(.*\)";/\1/p' Print the URL, title, date added, and preview text for reading list items as CSV: sudo gem install plist csv;plutil -convert xml1 -o - ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist|ruby -rplist -rcsv -e ...


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Turning off Photo Stream has no impact on iCloud Backup. The contents of your Camera Roll will remain in iCloud and will continue to be backed up providing you do not disable either Camera Roll backup or iCloud Backup.


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Computers, phones, and devices that are not currently logged in with a given Apple ID and specifically with the service Find My Mac / Find My iPhone enabled will show up as "Offline" in someone's iCloud account etc. So, basically, if both of you have the same computer in your iCloud accounts with Find My Mac, only the person who is currently logged in can ...


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Go to your account settings, delete your iCloud account, reboot, add it again.


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Check that "iCloud Status" is being included in your current View->View Options, and see what it says for your greyed-out tracks. For me this shows all my grey songs as "Waiting", even though my iCloud Download icon shows the download arrow -- indicating that these songs never uploaded to the iCloud like they should have (for whatever reason), but that ...


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I found it! If you select the "big event" in "Events" view, then go to the menu, "Events" -> "Autosplit Selected Events" it will automagically split the one event into the many events.


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In iPhoto > Preferences > General there is an option "Autosplit into Events" that you can set. If all you are seeing is the one Photostream event, I'd guess that it isn't finished importing and it will split the events when it is done. I don't have a photostream event in my events in iPhoto, I just have an iCloud tab that is on the same level in the ...


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The last time I got The Server responded: "403" to operation CalDAVWriteEntityQueueableOperation. I looked above the server responded and found under "The server responded with an error." Access to (in my case it was) "Spring: Boston 5 - St. Louis 3" in "Unexpected " in account "iCloud" is not permitted. So, I selected Go Offline, clicked on ...


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I know everyone has been finding a culmination of solutions to be helpful...my chosen course which I will hope meet with great success is as follows - Import all existing photos from my iDevices into iPhoto. Turn off 'Automatic Import' in iPhoto under (Preferences > Photo Stream). Turn off 'Keep Normal Photo' in my iDevices under (Settings > Photos & ...


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Please check this image below If this is not visible on your Mac (I've had the same issue after upgrading to Mavericks) please logout iCloud entirely (remove everything from your Mac) and log back in. It will be visible now.


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I guess this is what you could do if someone you know could spare you an iPhone for a day or so:- Get an iPhone and take a backup of the same on your system - use iTunes to do that Now (this is really critical and follow it at your own risk) log into your iCloud account on the phone and restore that phone while pointing to the iCloud backup. In this was ...


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If you enable contacts in iCloud settings it should ask you to do so. If it is enabled already, perhaps try to turn it off and on again?


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You can create a new iCloud account easily on a mac by creating a new user.


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Try this Settings -> iCloud -> Storage & Backup -> Manage Storage -> Device Name( It will have "This Device" written under it) -> Delete Backup After this go back to the Storage & Backup page, turn off iCloud Backup and turn it on again and try backing up again with "Back Up Now". The possible reason for the failed backup earlier is the previous ...


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The simplest solution would be to back up your work phone to iCloud. You might have to pay for fast wifi if yours is too slow and also turn off backing up all items except photos initially. Later on Make complete and current backup of one of your personal devices again using iCloud. Note:1, Backing up two devices to iCloud may mean you run out of your ...


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For part of your solution you could try Dropbox to upload the files for later retrieval. Download the app on you iPhone 4 and setup an account. To upload your images follow the instructions here (with visual aids). Which are: First navigate to the location within your Dropbox where you'd like to put the photos. Then do the following: Tap the ellipsis ...


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The first step I would try after doing what you have done already would be to turn off iCloud backups and restart the phone before turning it back on again. If that doesn't work, I would try to initiate the backup from iTunes using the Back Up Now button. (I'm assuming you were trying from the iPhone) Go to iTunes and select your device the you should see ...


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The next version if iTunes is supposed do bring back offline/local calendar and contact synching without iCloud. iTunes 11.1.6 is currently in beta and already contains this feature. http://www.macrumors.com/2014/03/18/itunes-beta-local-syncing/


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I've gotten this error message when I've manually added mp3s to iTunes and it attempts to do the match. Happened again just now and I tried a simple Store > Update iTunes Match and it seemed to jumpstart the process and complete it. Remains to be seen if this will fix all future occurrences of this error message.


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It started a couple of weeks ago for me. I am using the newest MacBook Pro with all the latest updates. I find that I have to restart the entire machine then start iTunes again. So far, it works every time. Restarting the entire machine is really a hassle, but it does work. Once it works, it will get the same error if you try it again before restarting the ...


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So what worked for me was to sign out of iTunes Store then sign back in. This will disable iTunes Match. You then need to turn Match back on. It looks like it is starting completely from scratch (!) but it doesn't and instead adds all songs to iCloud that were missing. I had 3 albums to add and I had to go through this process for each one. I am assuming ...



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