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Inbox by Gmail solves this annoying issue! I've switched over my personal email accounts, and haven't had any problems since.


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You can't. Restoring from another device's backup will update to the latest iOS the restored device can use. The only way would be to restore from a backup initially made from that same device, using that iOS.


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I'm the founder of Mapstr... And I don't know how to describe it better than you did with your requirements. It's just the exact same app you describe: It allows you to save places on a map and group them by categories (e.g. restaurants, bars, clubs, ...). You can change the name of the location and add some comments to remember what the place was. You ...


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Search for mapstr app on apple store.. It helps you to “never forget places” .. This iPhone app lets you pin places you’ve loved in the past or want to try out in the future, and there are both map and list views to help you keep track of your venues.


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Those are system wide commands, not exclusive to your app: Fast forward To speed up your track simply tap the Play/Pause button rapidly twice and hold the control down after the second tap -- the track will skip forward. Rewind Similarly, to rewind a song tap the Play/Pause button three times and hold the control down for the track to skip ...


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Personally, I always preferred to host my own smart DNS/proxy and selectively forward DNS requests for sites like Hulu, Netflix, etc. to it. Traditional VPNs (if you respect the terminology) are not the right solution for streaming video since they essentially proxy everything by routing all traffic to your VPN server. Ideally, you want to proxy only the ...


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Well, looks like it was a problem in the profile. I was able to successfully deployed app to the old iPod Touch in this configuration.


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To clarify what Buscar웃SD said, quoted below, it may be more possible using iTunes simply because when you do an OTA (over the air) update, you have to first download the large installer to your phone which then has to unpack itself into the phones memory and still have space to process all the instructions and install itself into the phone. Space has to be ...


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Installing through Xcode doesn't compress the app: it just downloads the binary to the device. An .ipa is a .zip file with a different extension—it's compressed, and 1.5 GB takes a while to decompress on an iOS device.


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I found someone offline who had a solution. Unzip the IPA. (In Finder you can rename it from .ipa to .zip then double-click on it). Open the resulting folder called "Payload". Drag the file in the folder into Xcode devices (or iTunes). Copying is much, much faster than dragging the IPA.


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Every update also shows how much space is needed. It will also check that for you when you try to update and let you know. If you have some free space, but not enough to update over the air, you can either update using iTunes or delete content manually from your device. Whether you use iTunes or update over the air, you'll have the same amount of free space ...


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Sounds like an opportunity to create an app! Google Maps allows you to save your own maps (My Maps) where you can add locations and place short notes about them. You can not categorize or sort. With Yelp, you can save locations and make notes, but its limited beyond those features. The closest I have seen to what you are seeking is an app and website ...


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I belive, you just have to turn on "Calendar" in System Settings > iCloud on all devices you want them to stay in sync.


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The apple ID is the user. At some point you'll need to bite the bullet and create new apple IDs for each user if you want separate texts/email accounts etc. My wife and I use a multitude of applications that can share data across accounts, like Anylist for reminders/grocery lists, etc (this can be integrated with the Reminders app Photostream for photos ...


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Try Settings; Mail, Contacts, Calendars; Default Calendar. Make certain that your Exchange server calendar is the default calendar.


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My final method. Open location A, copy the address. Open location B Click 'Directions to Here' Paste into 'Start' location A. Done! It's a wee bit embarrassing that Apple does not have a central, clean and distinct feature set to address this. That is the definition of Apple in the 21st century, solve every problem, and give an app for it. Not this one ...


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This is simply caching, Apple serving the same information to clients over time so as not to put additional strain on their database. I see this every time I update one of my apps. It'll fix itself in several hours, perhaps a day at most.


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The only way to solve this problem is to completely backup all the data of phone from iTunes and 3rd party software's such as "Syncios" etc. You may use Cloud storage to save all your photos to them but not to iCloud. Now you would need to restore the phone from iTunes so that every file get refreshed. This will finish all the data now by turning on cloud ...


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You need to sync the voice memos via iTunes:


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If your router doesn't have a way to log bandwidth usage, your best bet would be to run every suspect app on its own. By that, I mean you should go into the App Switcher (double-press the Home button) and swipe upwards on all of the apps in that list. That kills all of the apps, so the only ones that'll be running are the ones you open afterwards. Kill all ...


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There isn't a file browser on iOS, so Apple doesn't expose that functionality to users. There is a file browser on OS X, but the "truth" for App Folders is currently stored in iCloud, so you can't delete a folder on OS X and have it stay deleted. The bird daemon will re-download the folder from the cloud if you try. The developer that created those folders ...


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I just got around this problem. Setup the phone as a new phone, not from backup. Go to General > Updates and update to iOS 8.3 Go to General > Reset and Reset all Data and Content. This will keep the iOS version on the as 8.3. Now you can setup the phone and restore those new backups!


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Safari was likely last opened to a page that had an iTunes link in it, forwarding you to the App store (similar to ads that people accidentally click on in Games). Try fully closing out the Safari session by double-clicking on the Home button on your iPad, then swipe Safari up from the Multitasker. Then, make sure the session won't reload by going to ...


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You can submit your app and use the waiting period to complete meta-data and surrounding materials. Try submitting your app. If the app passes the automated checks, then you have a few days to sort out the contract. As @jherran mentions, you will need the iAd contract completed before the app review takes place.


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No, the iAd contract must be up and running the moment your app is reviewed, otherwise your app will be rejected.


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Unfortunately, there is no way to edit the Apple Emoji keyboard. You can, however, turn it off, by following the instructions posted at the following question: How can I remove Emoji keyboard from iOS8? Navigate to Settings --> General --> Keyboard --> Keyboards --> You'll see ENGLISH and EMOJI. On the top right corner is the word ...


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"Primary Platform" is part of the ICC profile, which is related to colorspace. Under "Device Model" and "Colorspace", you should see sRGB, which was created jointly by Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard (HP). If you look further you should also see the color profile is listed as being created by, and copyrighted to, HP. It appears that somewhere along the line, ...


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The current situation is you can use the Device Enrollment Program to permanently lock a device into an MDM profile. It can be restored and activated by the user but the MDM profile will be automatically reinstalled OTA during activation. You can supervise the device and leave Activation Lock enabled at the same time, and a personal Apple ID can be used to ...


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The fact that the network can't be successfully eliminated doesn't appear to have any connection to iCloud, as it happens on my MacBook which is not connected to iCloud. What's happening is that the WIFI network password is being stored in Keychain Access. Until it is eliminated from there the Mac will keep on connecting even though it has been instructed ...


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Outlook uses a non-unicode wingdings font to represent the smiley, instead of the Unicode standard smiley which everyone agreed to use 5 years ago. Until MS changes its app to conform to the standard, the only fix is to ask the sender of such emails to delete the autocorrect entries in Outlook which replace things like :-) with a single wingdings character. ...


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Try resetting on iOS then create new apple I.D. Use an email address and use a different password.


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Oops, found it. Settings / General / Usage / Manage Storage / app / Delete App.


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Unfortunately, after trudging through the multitude of comments on the MS Office Blog page requesting the same missing feature, and checking every option in the current version of the Outlook iOS app with a fine tooth comb, it seems this "feature" is still not available for Outlook.com accounts in the Outlook iOS app! AllenFilush_MSFT: (4 months ago) ...


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When you delete a message from, for example the messages app, they will be deleted from you iDevice. A way to retrieve the message is restoring from a backup. Normally the message shouldn't be shown in spotlight when it is deleted, so I unfortunately do not have an answer for that.


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The best trick I have found to easily trigger a Photo Stream sync from my MacBook Pro to my iPhone when syncing suddenly stops is to add a random photo (a screenshot will work fine). So here are the reproduction steps: open Photos.app on MacBook open My Photo Stream on iPhone take screenshot on MacBook with Shift + Command + 3, find it on Desktop (or ...


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Photos has a "Recently Deleted" album. Whenever a photo is deleted, it goes into that album, where you have 30 days to restore it before it disappears forever. If you trust your daughter to not delete photos from the main library and then discover that album and manually delete the photos, all you'll have to do is check the Recently Deleted album regularly ...


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This is easy to sort. Put the iPad in airplane mode and then power it down. Then power it up and don't connect to any networks. Open mail.app and see what the status it. It will warn you, perhaps several times with different wording, that you are offline. Remain offline and then get a read count. You should be able to mark messages as read and then decide ...


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Sadly, there's no way to stop seeing that alert every time you open the app from the cellular data network. Every time the app tries to connect to the Internet, then you'll see that alert. In fact, there is one way you'll probably won't like, but just in case... If you put your phone on airplane mode, then you won't see that message (though you'll see the ...


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iOS detects captive portals by attempting to access http://www.apple.com/library/test/success.html or http://captive.apple.com/hotspot-detect.html with the user agent 'wispr'. Should this page request not return "Success", but still return a HTML page, then it shows the captive portal assistant. Make sure that you are correctly serving your captive portal ...


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When iTunes offers to update, tell it to download only. If that is successful, at least you have the download on your machine, instead of trying to re-fetch it every time there's a fail. If you have to reset the phone in order to restore, then you will lose any data since your last backup. If regular Recovery Mode doesn't work, then try DFU (Device ...


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I advise the old one, in addition to tubedogg point. 16 GB RAM is necessary to to live uninterrupted programming experience.


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I have checked with version 4.0.1 of the iOS flickr app. I am sorry to say, but it is not possible to group yearly search results by album with this version. Here is a screenshot of my search results: By the way, the file names of the uploaded are irrelevant for flickr, as they take the date info from metadata within the photo, via EXIF data.


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From everything that I've learned through my career as an Apple developer the one thing they refer back to constantly is, "make your application do/provide/solve one thing really well." I believe even if the application is just a single widget, if it brings value to the user experience then it won't have a problem getting approved. When submitting an ...


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Point 3.3.38 of the iOS Developer Program License Agreement states: Extensions, WatchKit Extensions and Keyboard extensions: 3.3.38 Applications that include extensions in the Application bundle must provide some functionality beyond just the extensions (e.g., help screens, additional settings), unless an Application includes a WatchKit Extension. ...


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Seems like the app was bought using a different iTunes account. You can display the buyer informations on your Mac using iTunes: Open iTunes Navigate to the "Apps" section/tab in the horizintal navigation menu Search for "WhatsApp" and select it Hit ⌘ + I or right click and select "Information" Click on the "File" tab for the buyer information


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At the time of writing, there is no public jailbreak for iOS 8.3.


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That occurs when your Wifi network, or another Wifi network he's been connected to, think that there are two devices with the same name. It will then rename the device with a (2) or (3), etc. This is actually a bug in the software that Apple has used with the latest iteration of Yosemite and the Airport Extreme. You can resolve this by shutting down your ...


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I've just checked the Apple Configurator, and there is an option to completely disable the ability to upgrade iOS.


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1) Log in to accounts.google.com 2) Login 3) in the Google Dashboard, stop and clear that user OR 3a) revoke ALL safari sessions and or Safari enabled Devices presented. 4) reboot iDevice and freshly sign in to Gkeep


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The computer you used to upgrade iOS was apparently signed into a different Apple ID when you upgraded your device. The thing that doesn't make any sense is that the Apple ID signed in on the computer shouldn't matter - you should have to sign-in on the device with a a different Apple ID for it to matter. That said, you can try signing out of the App Store ...



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