Hot answers tagged ios
9 To Mac states this clearly: To download OS X Server, developers should access the iOS or Mac developer portal to retrieve an App Store redemption code. If you have iOS development program go to: https://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action Scroll down Click Get download code Redeem the code Download your free version of OS X Server 3.0.3 ...
com.apple.ScriptEditor2 is the CFBundleIdentifier for AppleScript Editor.app. The 0.4KB of iCloud data associated with ScriptEditor2 is likely to be a shared preference file created by AppleScript Editor on your Mac.
I would call Developer Support directly to get them to look at the specifics for your account: https://developer.apple.com/contact/ Choose the Enrollment and Account link and sign in to get your options. It your AppleID doesn't work to sign in, then you need to contact the online store in your country and ask them to connect you with the developer ...
Depending on how terminal savvy you are.. you might look into sleuthing around using lsof and netstat. This will only work with a jailbroken iOS device. Install the packages network-cmds and lsof using Cydia. Close all your other applications, except for the one generating the ad. Then, open a Terminal, run one of these commands and look through the ...
In each devices settings, you can disable automatic downloads in Settings -> iTunes & App Store and then disable "Apps" in the "Automatic Downloads" section. This will stop apps from automatically being downloaded onto your iPad. You will need to install the specific apps you want on the device manually through the App Store.
If you're using iCloud Keychain, the password is synced to your keychain on your Mac and is therefore accessible in Keychain Access. Open Keychain Access, select the keychain and look for the Wi-Fi network. Clicking show password will prompt for your password, then the network password will be displayed.
I think you should get a new pair of Earpods / Headphones. It doesn't cost much, it should be around £25.00 (UK) and $29.00 (US). I have encountered this problem a lot of times, i'd buy a new pair.
Dropbox's email management service app, Mailbox, allows you to open attachments in Dropbox or iFile, which in turn saves the attachment to your /var/mobile/Documents folder, but then again, this same thing happens in the stock Mail app (minus the Dropbox integration). What happens is iFile just registers itself as being able to open any file type, so that ...
Apple does not allow apps to "play with" that system setting. That's the technical reason why there's no app for it. It might be able using a jailbreak tweak if it has to change every day (for example: monday between 2 and 4, tuesday between 2 and 3 etc.) However if you go to: Settings Do not disturb Scheduled Pick the time of your desire You're done
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible