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I've had similar experiences with my iPod 6th Gen too. I suggest that you check your network, or WiFi and try again. If it is a network issue, then you might have to wait until it is resolved. I fixed mine, after figuring out that it was a faulty WiFi and not the iPod (the Wifi option was on) or the service. Hope this helps!


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Try first by checking on your phone on how much your photos are using up in your iCloud by navigating to: Settings -> iCloud -> Storage xx GB Available -> Manage Storage -> iCloud photo library and there you'll see there amount of photos and videos you have available in your iCloud. Uploading photos can take a very long time and there lower upload bandwidth ...


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Go into the iCloud Photo Library submenu (from screenshot above) and select "Disable and Delete" to turn off iCloud Photo Library. Delete everything in your Photos app - don't forget to check shared photos and all albums. Then re-enable iCloud Photo Library. iMessages also takes up space - clear out/delete old messages (the attachment images may be counted ...


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The problem is not enabling notes, the problem is that your icloud account is frozen until you validate it. If that prompt does not work, try signing in at https://appleid.apple.com or https://icloud.com and do it from there.


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Start by recovering the password to example22@example.com at https://iforgot.apple.com (and use the guidance provided there in case you don't know the answers to the security questions). Then proceed with decoupling your phone from the old ID. If you are unable to recover the password to example22@example.com, Apple can remove the old AppleID from your ...


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There is a workaround for this I have found, but essentially requires you to setup a local iCloud calendar then share it to another calendar provider online and then on that calendar subscribe to the ical


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I'm not entirely sure you understand what Messages is meant to be used for. Messages is not an email client. You can, however, receive Messages at your iCloud email and Gmail accounts. However, you don't receive them in your respective email mailboxes. You will, instead, receive those messages in the Messages application on your Mac or iOS device. Also, ...


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It's actually quite simple. Just download the app entitled Contacts Sync from the App Store. With this app, you'll be able to quickly & easily transfer iCloud contacts to Google, and vice Versa. I downloaded several thousand in about 8 mins. Good Luck!


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The service-less iPhone will receive iMessages (and other notifications for other apps that register push notifications) while on Wi-Fi. You can remove the device from your iCloud account or unregister it from the iMessage and FaceTime services if you don't want this behavior.


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Yes of course it receives your messages you send to yourself if someone connects the other iPhone to Wi-Fi or cellular network


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Go into your settings and turn off email alerts for your calendars. That should stop the emails, or if that doesn't , go to preferences in your email alerts and turn off calendar alerts.


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You can go to Setting>General>Usage to check what us takes up your iPhone storage. Mostly, there are photos, videos, songs etc. So you can thansfer these data to iCloud. You can also backup all your data to iCloud and then delete backup, and photos, videos, songs from your iPhone. So as to get storage on iPhone. To get more storage back, you can also try ...


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Notes are still carried over if you have a Microsoft Exchange account and MS Outlook, though you can no longer back them up to the iCloud. Another option is to backup the phone into iTunes on the local machine and restore it back to the new phone. I can't really tell which it is that happened because I did both things. If anybody knows what happened, ...


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If you have two iOS devices, I would compare the Settings - iCloud - Storage - Manage Storage screens to ensure both agree. One device can get stale or cached data. If you don't have two, restart your device to check that it's updated. If so, you will then want to go to iCloud.com on a computer and verify the number there. The web app allows you to clean or ...


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I found a solution. I was lucky and actually had contacts in my Gmail account separate from my iCloud (no overlap or duplicates between the two). So I just exported from Gmail in vCard form and then used the iCloud web interface (www.icloud.com) to import them into my Contacts. Everything is working great now.


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The right way to do this is to use iCloud Photos. All media in Videos.app on iOS should be either from the iTunes Store or synced from iTunes – non personal made videos should be in there.


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I have a similar problem. The best solution for me was to forward the mail from the old Apple ID to the new Apple ID. This way you can migrate over time to the new Apple ID. Log in in icloud.com using your old Apple ID. Open Mail. Click Actions (cog in bottom-left) and choose Preferences. Select Forward my email to and enter your new Apple ID. Click Done....


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No - if you really have two different AppleID each with different @icloud/@me/@mac addressed - they cannot be merged or swapped one for the other. If you just want to use the @icloud.com to log in to one AppleID that's also known by a different email address - you can do that easily by changing the username on each device. See Apple ID - Want to make my xxx@...


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OK so I answer my own question. It is possible to do what I wanted, although I did not find a satisfactory solution. The short answer is: I could find no way to use applescript with the direct manipulation of the graphical interface (eg. clicks). I did find a way by using key alternatives. To do the exact bit of work that I needed, the following sequence ...


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not sure if this means anything but i deleted all system keychains and restarted. I had to re-enter passwords for wireless and re-get certs for company wireless but it worked. Keychains are the bain of my existance some times.


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Solved. The issue was the 2-factor authentication. The solution, go to Manage your Apple ID, Edit by security, create an APP-SPECIFIC PASSWORD.. The rest is self-explanatory. Thank you for your consideration.


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Provided that you have made a backup of the data you want to keep via iTunes or iCloud it is safe to restore your phone from an old backup and later restore it to its present state from the backup you had made. I would suggest using iTunes just because it seems more convenient to me and so as to you would feel safer about your data- an iTunes backup holds ...


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If you want it right now, why not plug the phone into the Mac & use Image Capture, in the Applications folder - which is the importer 'behind' Photos.app. You can also set it to auto-launch any capable app, including itself, when a device is connected [or do nothing] & set exactly where your imports should be saved. You can also dictate whether it ...


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My best suggestion is to check for apps like WhatsApp. It can backup data but will not show in iCloud. If that does not apply, I would call Apple Care and ask them to release the extra storage.


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I found the answer with iMazing https://imazing.com . What I did was copy the entire iTunes backup folder from my USB drive to the iTunes backup folder in my machine. Then I ran the app and went to the app (app has to be installed) in the connected phone. Then I right clicked the app and select extract. At this point, I selected extract from current backup (...


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Yes! Simply create a second user: Add a user In Users & Groups preferences, click Add (+) below the list of users. Choose the type of user you want to create from the New Account pop-up menu. Type a full name for the new user. ... Enter a password for the user, then enter it again to verify. ... Click Create User. Source


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Unfortunately, even if this was connected up to a computer and opened in iTunes, it would still require you to unlock the device in order to "trust the device". It stinks, but I think you've already alluded to the remaining option here: Use iTunes to "restore" the iPad. (Instructions half-way down).


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You can use iCloud either to backup your iDevices' data and also as storage for your personal files, just like those saved in your HDDs disk. Where? As you said, instead of saving those files in your iCloud folder in your Mac, you can go to the iCloud website and login with your own Apple ID credentials. How? After you've logged in to your iCloud space, ...


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If I got your right (please tell me otherwise), you've downloaded iCloud on your computer running Windows, and it keeps notifying you to sign in to iCloud. If that's the case, I've dived into it already and yeah it's very annoying. I've personally solved the problem logging in, in fact sometimes is useful to have iCloud just right there as a widget, I ...


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Unfortunately the answer seems to be: "Just boot your Mac and log in and see if they come back". And yep, they do. How weird. Here's to wishing there was a way to press a button and force a reload of the Text Replacement data.


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It's a bit complex but here's a way. How to Throttle iCloud Photo Library Uploads


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Will he be able to read all of my text messages? Yes. If he has an iPad, Mac, or iPhone hooked up to the same iCloud account as you use on your iPhone, then all of the texts you receive will notify him too, and he can see your sent texts and send some of his own too. He can also (if he's crafty) restore a new iPhone from an iCloud backup of your iPhone and ...


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Three things come to mind one have you tried resetting doing a hard reset by holding home button and the power off button till the apple logo comes up and says to connect to iTunes then connect to iTunes and restore another couple of lil tricks are hold the power button till it brings up slide to power of instead of powering off ur phone hold down the home ...


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You are not able to switch cards with your Apple ID. The only option is to create a new account with a different card. Only with Apple Pay can you switch cards when making physical purchases.


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You can erase your iPhone from the iCloud website or from any other device that you've setup with Find My iPhone. Here are instructions for doing the erase. When you erase your iPhone, your data in iCloud is safe and won't be erased. When you get your new iPhone, you can restore the backup to the new device, if you want.


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If your iCloud storage is almost full, removing the program from your computer won't help you. Deleting the program on a PC won't affect the storage. You need to remove files from iCloud itself. For example, last time my storage was full, I copied all of my pictures out of iCloud and then deleted the originals to free up space. This is simpler using the ...


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If on the iPhone you choose to optimize storage of your iCloud Photo Library, then only some of your photos are stored in full resolution on your iPhone. That explains why you can only see a subset of the files from the Windows Explorer. The rest of the photos are stored in high-resolution in your iCloud account only. You can access them at www.icloud.com ...


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I use an app called Photos to Disk http://www.photos-to-disk.com/ It's really easy to use and it has automatic folder organization options


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Yes, you can remove iCloud from your PC if you don't want it there anymore. You won't be able to access any of your iCloud files or photos directly on your PC anymore. If you need any file/photo from iCloud on your PC, you can go to iCloud.com in your browser. From there you can access everything in iCloud just like it was on your computer.


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If there was a problem with your iCloud account, and it was requesting your password, no, they shouldn't be able to read your messages. However, to be sure, I would check with the current owner. Always follow this guide before giving away your Mac.


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Yes. This is a good way to clear out space in iCloud.They don't delete immediately, you can recover recently deleted files for a while, but they do disappear from connected devices and will eventually be deleted - any copies you export onto your computer (outside of the Photos app) will not be affected. I back up older photos from the Photos app, by ...


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You should be able to do what you want while still using your iCloud account on the work phone for apps, music, reminders, FaceTime, and other things, if you want. You can choose which things are sync'd and turned on on the work phone. On your iPhone 5s, go to Settings > Messages and see to it that it's not forwarding SMS under Text Message Forwarding. This ...


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To remove your work iPhone 6 from your personal iCloud account, go to Settings, select iCloud, scroll down to the very bottom, then tap Sign Out. To disable iMessage on the work iPhone without removing it from iCloud, go to Settings, select Messages, and uncheck the iMessage option. If you're receiving weird, spammy iMessages, scroll down to the Send &...


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You have to remove the iCloud lock to become the rightful owner of the phone. The previous owner should be able to remove the lock using his/her password. Otherwise it is essentially a stolen phone.


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I downloaded the icloud manager app: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204283. Then in bottom right control panel on Windows (where the printer, volume, and wifi icons are located) clicked on the icloud icon then download photos then you can select ALL or by year. This method doesn't prompt a thousand save as windows like doing it via icloud.com does.


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I had this same problem - books added on my Macbook Pro stopped showing up on my iPad. I solved it by deselecting iBooks in iCloud on my Mac (System Preferences/iCloud/ ... click on Options tab beside iCloud Drive ... scroll down the list and deselect iBooks.app. If iBooks is open, a message should pop up that you can share books over the cloud, and it gives ...


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There are a view things you should check: 1) Are both devices marked as 'trusted' in icloud.com (login, go to settings and see 'my devices'. 2) You have to be signed in with both devices with your iCloud account. Did you check both are correctly activated.


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If you choose to "Create a recovery key and do not use my icloud account" it means that the key stored in icloud can no longer decrypt your disk. Only the key you made (and wrote down, took a screenshot of, or took a picture of with your camera), will allow you to decrypt. If you chose to store the key with apple as well then you would get prompted to answer ...


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Do you mean an Apple ID, right? There are one method that will be helpful to you. Find a Forgotten Apple ID by Email. It is incredibly helpful if you switched email accounts at some point in time and that’s what has caused the login problem. This can be done with any web browser in iOS, OS X, or Windows: Open the web browser of choice and go to this ...


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Apple menu/System Preferences/iCloud/iCloud Drive/... "options"... place a check mark in front of "iBooks"



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