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If you open the App Store page for an app and scroll to the bottom, there's a section titled "Compatibility" that will tell you what the minimum version of iOS is that the app requires. (This is not a screenshot of the OP's problem app, but rather The Infinite Arcade, which was the first app I saw.)


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Apps which require features not available in older iOS versions can not be downloaded on these older versions. The minimum OS requirement is listed in the description of the app in the store.


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The HFS filesystem that Apple uses on iOS and OS X manages space very efficiently so holes in storage don't really matter on storage like spinning hard drives. Furthermore, the storage on SSD/flash doesn't care about where files are located - the access time is flat for reads and writes on a micro level. Clearly on the macro level, reuse and change on SSD ...


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From your question, it seems you're mainly concerned with wanting to keep (or return to) iOS 9.1? If that's the case, then just don't update. If, however, you're concerned with your data, such as contacts, text messages, photos, etc then updating to iOS 9.3.1 is not going to result in you losing any of this data. If for some reason you've had to erase ...


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If you don't want your entire music to be sync, then in iTunes click on your iPhone (or iPod or any iDevice), in the left-sidebar click on Music and then you can make your own parameters to sync only the playlists or artists you want.


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To be honest, you haven't really provided enough information in your question. For example: What happened two weeks ago for this problem to present itself? What happens now when you try to download a purchased app (do you get prompted for your password, do you get an error message, etc). Can you download other apps not previously purchased? If it was ...


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I've experimentally checked the iOS behavior by trying to initiate a phone call from one of my apps. Here are the results: It is possible to programatically start a phone call without user confirmation. I've just written a single line of code that is executed right after the App has been loaded. Meaning that if your App is in the foreground it can start a ...


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I've made a test app to check this. App can open URL such as tel://123456789 only when it is in foreground and active. When I call this code even just after entering the background state, the API to open this URL did nothing. So to answer your question - apps won't be able to make a call without your knowledge. To test this paste this in your AppDelegate: ...


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2Gb is in the range of a full software update (or a full backup), and it's unlikely the iPad did that over cellular. Did you have anything tethered to the iPad? A laptop perhaps? The data limiting doesn't kick in over tethering, and the tethered device thinks it's on wifi. If that is the case, you may want to turn off auto-update.


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You can easily block web browsing or limit it with pretty much any of the newer routers on the market today. I prefer limiting becuase while you may want to block general surfing, you may still need to get access to whatever cloud services your POS or business might need access to. For example, Linksys has a feature called "Parental Controls" that allows ...


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The Apple Mail app on your iPhone does not allow for the positioning of your signature to be altered. Oddly, the Apple Mail app on your Mac does allow for that. There are alternative email applications on the iPhone which do allow this to be configured. AirMail is one of them. At $5, it's not a free application.


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It's not the same as your but I have tried mine just few days back... it's iOS 8 and iPad3. It was okay but had to be connected to iTunes (USB). Over the air had problems. Using non-original cables will also cause issues (my previous experiences). Just make sure you make a backup as there is a big chance it will fail and you have no choice but to restore ...


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To make sure people are not browsing the web, disable the web. That is, set up a proxy server that blocks access to external websites – Squid or Privoxy would work – and configure the iPad to use that proxy server for everything. Then block direct connections (without a proxy) in your firewall.


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Usually, the procedure for doing this is to delete the profile in the Settings app, then restart the phone. If you didn't reboot then it's possible that it still thinks you have the profile. Make sure you have not accidentally allowed it to update to a beta version (for example 9.3.1) as it's possible that if you are currently running a beta version then ...


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I had the same problem, and I found at the end that I had 2 simulator windows running at the same time. I close both of them and Xcode, and the problem was solved.I Had removed the simulator from dock preferences and run. I didn't need to restart my machine.


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This app does the trick. It will save files to the camera roll. You can turn off the movie rendering. IntervalCam - Create Timelapse Movies by TritheCat Studio https://appsto.re/us/RunTR.i


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The iTunes File Sharing feature was the first option Apple supplied to allow manual transferring of files to installed 3rd party iOS apps, which support that feature. The main reason was (and still is) to put documents into an app or get them out again. The handling of uploaded (imported) files is wholly controlled by the app allowing this feature. As a ...


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From the description of your iPad, I think it's no need to update your iPad, although you updated your iPad to latest version, There may 2 problems: Some new feature of iOS you can't use because of your iPad hardware limited The latest version of iOS will slow down your interact with your iPad But you still can try it. Actually when you update your iPad ...


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You can also head to Settings->Sounds->Text Tone and set tone and vibration there. You can configure texts for no sound and/or no vibration. Similarly, you can allow ALL calls (from any number) to ring as you have set in Settings->Sounds->Ringtone I was just dealing with the same issue as I expect and need to hear work calls (any number) but can't have my ...


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You can do this. You have to use One Drive on your PC and also install iTunes on your PC. Then you simply import the songs from One Drine into iTunes. Then sync your iTunes play list with your iOS device.


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Go into Settings > Dropbox and verify photos is turned on. Now go into Photos, select a picture and tap the share icon. There are two rows of icons, you want the lower row (on mine it starts with "Copy.") Scroll the icons to the left side of the screen If Dropbox is not there tap the "..." "More" button and turn on Dropbox. That's how it worked on my ...


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You can use Restrictions to disable the ability to purchase apps or to install any apps. To turn on Restrictions: Tap Settings > General. Tap Restrictions. Tap Enable Restrictions and create a passcode for Restrictions. Don’t forget this passcode. In the future, you'll need your Restrictions passcode to change your settings or to turn off ...


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There is a way around this: Simply go to Settings>iTunes and App Stores, and turn on "Use Cellular Data".


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BiteSMS's latest version only supports up to iOS 7, so you'll have to remove it (obviously). It's strange that your device didn't just boot into Safe Mode but anyhow all you need to do is boot the device holding the volume down button and it will boot without Cydia Substrate, then remove biteSMS.


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If you want to avoid having to restore your phone just in order to remove a bad cydia tweak, turn off the phone. Turn it on and as soon as Apple logo appear, hold Volume Up button until your phone boots. It might not work for everyone and for some folks, Volume Down works as well. If nothing works, unfortunately, you will need to restore.


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I was having same problem for my new app - submitted a question to apple support - they replied: The In-App Purchases section of your app’s product page will contain the top In-App Purchases for the app only after a minimum purchase requisite has been reached. If the number of completed In-App Purchases doesn’t exceed the minimum threshold, this ...


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You can go into iTunes on a computer and go into her account. From there you can look at all past purchases (also includes free apps) made with that account. Find the apps that are on the device but not in her account. Those will be the apps from the previous owner.


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The camera app that comes with all iOS devices with cameras can magnify images. If you want a live preview, you can also use accessibility on the iPad to zoom the display in many, many ways. http://www.apple.com/accessibility/ios/#vision You probably don't need to invest in any third party apps until you've exhausted all of the built in capabilities of ...


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I found the answer at http://kb.mit.edu/confluence/display/istcontrib/Deleting%2BPersonal%2BCertificates%2Bfrom%2Ban%2BiOS%2Bdevice Settings > General > Profile Profile is near the bottom, right under VPN.


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Yes, there will be an iOS 9.3.2 release. I can't provide a definite date, but iOS 9.3.2 Beta 2 was released to developers on April 20. I also can't speculate whether this update will correct your specific problem, but in the meantime I would do three things: Send Apple feedback. If you're sure it's a bug (i.e. You can replicate this issue on other ...


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I'm not able to reproduce the error as follows on iOS 9.3.1 and an iPad Air 2: print this page from Safari and save as PDF print another page as above Compress both on OS X using finder and mail them to myself. I even added a screen image (PNG file) to test a mixed zip archive - and all attachments render properly on iOS after a one time "tap to ...


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Safari for Windows was dropped at version 6, in 2012. It is no longer available for download, directly from Apple, though can be found on several file hosters. The last version of Safari for Windows was 5.1.7, released May 9, 2012. I would say testing against such an outdated version would not really be useful at all. There's a long article on resurrecting ...


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Click the project on the lefts side.. General->deployment info change deployment target to 9.3 version...and archive the project and take ipa file once more and add ipa file to itune. hope this helps.thankz


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This IPA application may not have signed for your phone. So you can not launch it in a normal way. Resigning the IPA or patching the launchd in your phone with some packages like AppSync may resolve this.


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I HAVE THE ANSWER ;) Uninstall youtube app if you have it. Go to App Store -> download "chrome". Open it and go to youtube.com. On the top right there are three dots -> request desktop site If you play the video you should be able to see the gear on the bottom right of the video player! Thank me later.


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No; iOS does not provide any options or control for wallpaper positioning - you set the file and it does what it does.


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No, this is not possible natively...but there is a workaround. Basically, you can do this: Put your photo onto a blank Word doc using either the iOS Word app or Pages if you have it. Center the image so that there is about a one inch margin of whitespace around it. Take a screenshot of this document. By taking the screenshot on your iPad, you basically ...


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The App Store Review Guidelines are clear, an app that expires will be rejected: 11.9 Apps containing content or services that expire after a limited time will be rejected, except for specific approved content (e.g. films, television programs, music, books) Contact Apple Talk to Apple's App Store staff about how best to approach your app and how to ...


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You can do it with Activator. After installing it in the Cydia you can assign Actions to the Events. For example you can assign this workflow: Anywhere > Build > Scheduled > Sun,Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat 12:00 AM > Save > Done Now select: 12:00 AM > Lock Device Although this workflow just locked your device and does not restrict the ...


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In my jailbroken iPhone4 with iOS 7.1.2 I have installed Persian Keyboard iOS5+ from the BigBoss repository in Cydia. For my native language Farsi, this keyboard has non-breaking space near the Space button. In the image below I have typed the translation of the non-breaking space in Farsi نیم‌فاصله which the correct form is the last line with non-breaking ...


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Changed again, or possibly back, in iOS 9.3: http://www.mcelhearn.com/how-to-rate-songs-in-the-ios-9-3-music-app/


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What eventually ended up solving the problem was removing my email account from the phone, then re-adding it. The steps to doing this are: Quit Mail (Double-click Home button, swipe up) Open Settings Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars Select your account, then hit Remove / Delete Add it back by going back to Mail, Contacts, Calendars, selecting Add Account, ...


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I don't think there's way to change the position, unless you edit and prepare the wallpaper image yourself. Here are general guidelines, to make it work for both portrait and landscape orientations. If you look at the specs for a first- or second-generation iPad, the device comes with a resolution of 1024 x 768 at 132 pixels per inch. The 2012 iPad comes ...


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In Xcode 7.3 it seems that you only have to unlock your device on the first build. After that, your device stays unlocked until you unplug it or exit the app you're testing.


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Yes. iMessage allows this with the following caveat. Joe uses iPhone A to sign into iCloud with his account. The phone number for the first phone gets associated with the AppleID / iCloud account. Joe uses iPhone B to sign into iCloud with the same account. Now both phone numbers are associated with the same Apple ID. Now - set the "caller ID" in ...


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I've used several apps and you do need to pay attention to which apps read from health app and which write to it. In practice, it's pretty easy to take a screen shot of the Show All Data screen from within the Health app for Walking and Running Distance for example. Then operate the apps and enter an exercise period and repeat the screen shot after the ...


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The only way to be sure the message is being sent to his Android is to use a 3rd-party text service like Viber. These services are designed to be device agnostic and are good solutions for people looking for cross-device (android to iphone, for example) communication. They can also tell you when messages are delivered and if they are read by the recipient. ...


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He isn't actually hacking into your iMessage at all. Group messages can be a little strange in the way they work. When you remove someone from a group thread there is no way for them to know unless you specifically notify them. It does not show them that they were removed nor does it delete the thread. As such, the other party in your case is likely carrying ...


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There is only one way to force your phone to reset if you do not know the passcode and do not have access to a computer. If you put in the wrong passcode 10 consecutive times, the iPad will automatically erase all data and then reset itself. This is only if this feature has already been set up in your general settings. It will take some time, because the ...


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Siri doesn't retrieve that so you need to tap the settings app and navigate to the phone portion of that app. You could use voiceover to navigate there and hear what is set or you could ask Siri to dial 804-222-1111 and use that or similar service to check your caller ID.



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