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There might be something "stuck" in your Cache folder. When a download problem occurs, it is generally the result of a corrupted file in a cache folder. If you run this command in Terminal: open $TMPDIR../C/ a folder will open in the Finder showing a number of cache folders for different applications. Delete the com.apple.appstore folder, then quit and ...


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Go to Settings -> iTunes & App Store -> AppleID -> Sign out. Close the App Store app (double-click home button, swipe up on App Store), and restart the phone -- but instead of holding the power button and shutting down "cleanly", hold the power and home buttons until it powers off. Power it back on. Settings -> iTunes & App Store -> Sign In. See if ...


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Your motherboard may have a firmware update to enable it, or add-in driver on the install CD/DVD Ref - iPad displays “Not Charging” when plugged into USB ports. What can I do?


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No. The iPad charger DOES NOT use a standard USB port, but uses the USB connector to provide a "dedicated charging port". The standard based DCP can supply a maximum of 1.5A. In fact the Apple charger is a non standard device and can supply up to 2A, which it indicates to the device by specific voltages on the data pins. A USB port supporting data is ...



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