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Not obvious at all, but: Tap My Music from bottom nav. Tap the red filter menu selection that's located roughly upper central on the screen, just below the Recently Added section. The filter menu should say Artists or Albums or Songs etc. Choose your desired filter option (Artists in this case). The list items below the filter will update. Tap the ...


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No, unfortunately, there is no way to filter apps that work on earlier iOS versions. However, I've found a great site on that. It shows a list of every app that is compatible with any given iOS version. Don't try to download the app from them, though, just get the name of it and find it on the App Store.


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While some apps allow one to download the newest version that their iOS device supports when one is unable to run an app with the OS that he is using, some don't. Short of digging through an old iTunes library in hopes that the backup of an older version of an app was not deleted by OS X and then restoring that backup onto your iPad, there's really nothing ...


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To install new apps really requiring IOS6+, I don't know. But after a lot of search I found: 1) You install Itune. (If not done yet) 2) You pair Your hardware with apple acoumpt. (If not done yet) 3) You find apps with older version of it existing and working on IOS5.1.1 . 4) You associate it (get it, download it) to your account on Itune on mac or pc. ...


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Its also possible to attach multiple photos at once. To do so (applies to iOS 8.1.1): Switch to the "Photos" app and tap "Select" button in the upper right corner Select photos you wish to attach Tap "Share" button in the left bottom corner (box with an arrow pointing outwards) and choose "Copy" Switch to the "Mail" app, click "Reply" and hold in the body ...



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