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As another answer pointed out, iOS 8 uses FDE with passcode enabled, much the same way FileVault encrypts a hard drive on a Mac. The more data you have, the longer it will take to de-crypt or re-encrypt all this stuff as you toggle it. The secondary reason for this is by design: Mac OS and iOS have strong UNIX and BSD underpinnings, as most are aware (side ...


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If you have any 3rd party apps for health tracking, like Withings, they sometimes add onto your records. My experience was my Withings app completely doubling my steps and distances. If you do have these apps, delete them or just turn of their accessibility to your health.


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Restoring to factory settings using iTunes installs the latest version of iOS. https://support.apple.com/en-ap/HT201252


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You need to make your apps in Xcode 7 to run on your iDevice without any developer program. You need to sign in with your Apple ID. For more details visit the Xcode 7 site. It's in beta 6 now. https://developer.apple.com/xcode/ If you need Xcode 6 or lower, paying the fee is the only alternative.


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I had the same problem - not being able to update my apps under IOS 8.4.1. It had always worked before, but seemingly that function just randomly stopped working. Internet access was not the problem. DDPWNAGE's answer worked for me - well kind of. When I went to Settings/iTunes & App Store I didn't find a 'log out' option - instead I had a 'sign in' ...


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Hi i also have an ipad running ios 6 and i want to update it to Ios 8.4 It's still updating right now through itunes on my laptop and not through air. It says here that it will take 1.67 GB and it takes 2-5hours of download, i hope this helped


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I had to remove LD64 and then install the Darwin CC tools (2nd one had otool).


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In my experience, iTunes just gives you a fresh install of the latest OS. It has to use the same OS that is installed on your device because while reverting back to the old changes - it can not physically look up the information for the iOS that originally came with your device. When you update your device, your iPhone saves over the old iOS settings so ...


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The whole thing's weird... it says 7k steps but the top line shows 3k, Walk/run again, 10m, but the top line is only 5... & repeat for the flights. The top line ought to be the next 'sensible' number above the highest single point recorded for that day/week/month. I'd try at least a reboot if not a restore. The issue with waiting forever to view the ...



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