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This can happen when (for example) a MacBook computer was used to create it's own Wi-Fi network. The pop-up you see indicates that after you connect to this SSID you won't have internet access. Such networks are called Ad-Hoc networks (more info: Wiki) .


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Yes, your iOS passcode will encrypt your phone's data. Data protection enhances the built-in hardware encryption by protecting the hardware encryption keys with your passcode. Source: iOS: Understanding data protection Whilst it was generally unclear exactly what was encrypted in older versions of iOS, Apple have made it clear in their new privacy ...


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Yes. Even before you're connected, your device will give its real MAC address when you tap on a network to connect to it, to allow for MAC address filtering, etc.


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Go to account settings in Facebook (web) -> general -> email Untick "use your Facebook email" You may need to then re sync your Facebook contacts. Hey presto... It's sorted!!


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In the Photos app, select the Albums view and you'll see a Recently Deleted album there. Deleting the video from there will free the space for you. If you're not hurting for space, you can leave them and they'll be cleared from the device after 30 days. Each photo/video in the album is shown with the remaining countdown before the media is permanently ...


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The way to complete this is to locate a downloadable version of the iOS 8 install file. Redmond Pie has a great blog post with links to each version of the software. http://www.redmondpie.com/ios-8-beta-download-release-date-features-rumors-and-news-update/ Once you download the version of 8.0 for your iPad version - following this: Connect ipad to ...


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Compatible carrier ? In USA and "only" in USA there are 2 types called the GSM and the CDMA. The rest of the world (~ 95% of it) is on GSM type networks. T-Mobile is on the GSM in the USA and also on the GSM in Europe. In Europe the GSM is set as standard by the EU policies, so any provider you pick will work.


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There are lots of possibilities. For example, you can stream directly to the device from the network.. Here is an article gauging three of these. It's a little dated, but you will get the idea. To stream directly from the macbook to your iOS device, you may be able to use Airplay. I think it depends on what specific computer and operating system you are ...


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This is currently not possible. If your device is jailbroken, you can install Software Update Killer or any number of badge-removing tweaks.


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Obviously, the files will auto-delete after installation. iOS has a really good file management system. There are not "tricks/guides/apps" to keep the install sizes to a minimum. This is not Android to clean up and delete unnecessary files, It's done automatically.


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If you have a verified phone number and have set up the ability to verify devices using SMS verification code, you can use this method. Otherwise, you will not be able to recover your keychain yourself. You may find help by contacting Apple: http://www.apple.com/support/icloud/contact/


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Yes this works Settings>Privacy>Location Services>System Services (all the way at the bottom) and toggling wifi networking.


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I found the solution: My Apps -> Click on on the app -> Pricing Choose the Price Tier and dates and Save. The status of the app immediately changes from Pending Contract to Ready for Sale. Still not clear why I had to redo it.


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Yes. It should be noted tough that the MAC address randomization currently only works if there is no cellular connection and Location Services are deactivated.



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