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You can't install iOS 7 (or even iOS 6) on an iPad 1. Source: http://www.apple.com/ios/features/ The last version of iOS capable of being installed on an iPad 1 is iOS 5.1.1 and since this is the version that you are currently on there are no updates available.


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Please check out What is other on iPhone Storage to get a nice way in finding your hidden storage waste. Also to give you a nice way to fix this. Restore your iPhone to the most recent version and then place the backup file back. Don't just update as it won't remove anything. Also check out this Apple KB about the space issue. To summarize Apple's ...


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In general, dynamic wallpapers drain the battery faster than still wallpapers. The amount of drainage is dependent on the wallpaper itself (whether it has many bright colors, is graphic intensive) and how it's programmed (CPU and memory usage, etc.). There are ones that are better than others. Also, how often are you on your home screen where you see that ...


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It seems as though you are asking if the version numbers for iBooks on OSX and iOS are different for everyone else. The answer is that yes, these two apps which have the same name are actually wholly different apps, one for each operating system, and the version numbers are equally different. The most recent versions (as of the time of answering this mail) ...


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You can do this with Onavo Count Onavo Count monitors and analyzes all types of mobile data and phone use. This includes background, foreground, and Wi-Fi use.


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Voltage does matter, it must be =<5V. You can use a simple voltage regulator to keep yourself from going over. You can also wire the panels so that they don't go over 5 (if each panel does 1.5V, 3 panels get you 4.5V, which will work but be slower. So the 4 panels will give 6 Volt and the 5 Volt Zener diode will cut off the access 1 volt Wattage is ...


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I have used both KeePass and MiniKeePass in the past and can confirm that they are great and work perfectly — they work very simply but excel at what they do: simple password management. They seem great for your needs.


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You can find your ios device originality by giving your model number or serial number into this link. The serial number contains 15 alphanumeric characters. It will display in back side of device or you can found by connecting your device in iTunes. https://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWarrantyDynamic.do


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What you are trying to do is indeed possible, but it requieres a lot of work to get it working. I thought about that for a while and it is a great Idea to use a mac as Wifi-Router, especially in Virtual-Test-Environments. But Mac OS X does not work like that. The reason for that is, that Mac OS X only starts the service, if you really have Internet ...


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Apps on the App Store must obey the App Store guidelines and stay within their sandbox. 2.5 Apps that use non-public APIs will be rejected 2.6 Apps that read or write data outside its designated container area will be rejected Apps aren't able to disable an iOS device's power off functionality as this is fundamental to the device and is not able to ...


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You need to have, installed on your iPhone, the public key of the person you intend to send an encrypted message to. Mail.app on OS X imports the certificates of people who send you mail, automatically. On iOS, you have to do it manually, unless your iPhone is part of a corporate deployment. It's easy! Simply find an email the recipient has sent to you, ...



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