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You could try doing a hard reset of your iPad. Press and hold together the home button and the on/off button on the side of your iPad for a few seconds. This will make your screen go black and bring up the Apple logo. There is no need to do anything else. Device will reset itself and turn back on. This usually does the trick.


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I stumbled upon this thread while looking for a real sync with DropBox. Currently there's a free Documents app to do this: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/documents-5-fast-pdf-reader/id364901807?mt=8


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You could check the lightning port for dust and try clearing it out (carefully!) with a needle or air compressor. I have had this problem a few times before and fixed it this way.


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Often issues like this can be corrected by deleting the email account: settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> [EMAIL ACCOUNT] then scroll down and delete the account. Then just re-add it. That usually works for me.


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Nope iPads can't run as iPhones. An iPhone app on iPad will run with compatibility mode (which is has not exactly the same behaviour as an iPhone). You'll have to test it either with a real iPhone or with the simulator.


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The fantastic thing with iExplorer is that it not only transfers and imports your media data into iTunes but also imports the playlists. And you can access all data, even the preferences files from the apps. And you can make backups on your own on app basis if you like. :) Great software, fully worth the ~ 35 dollars.


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I've used PhoneView a couple times and I love it. It would do this for you. http://www.ecamm.com/mac/phoneview/


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iTunes can't, but some third-party App let you transfer music from iOS device. For example, iExplorer 3 app specializes in this and makes iTunes media transfers incredibly quick and easy. It has an Auto Transfer feature which will rebuild your entire iTunes library from any iDevice in a single, one-click transfer and include your playlists, play counts, ...


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You can rename your iPad by your iPad mini itself, goto "Settings"->"General"->"About"->"Name". IF you never "Connect" or sync this iPad to this computer via iTunes, the iTunes keeps ask you making it as a new iPad or restore form backup you've made. Choice "Set up as a new iPad", don't worry the iTunes don't wipe your iPad, it just tell the iTunes this is ...


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According to Apple, the AirPrint on iPhone is simplified application. It only lets you chose the printer, the number of copies, but not print quality etc.. in other words it use the current Printer defaults. So what can you do? Log in to the printers set up page IP address that you need to know it first, but it is something like (192.168. xxx) and change ...


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First try to forward and click on Include Images. Ensure that the images are showing up. Then Cancel this message. Now try to Reply All. This time the images in the email chain should show up. Sounds silly, but it worked for me. I am on iOS 8.1.2.


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Dnsfool supports adblocking. I found it on google. Seems a bit slow. But its free.


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Just put the iPad in the DFU-Mode. Here's a tutorial: http://www.iclarified.com/1034/how-to-put-an-iphone-into-dfu-mode After that you can restore your iPad in iTunes.


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In a word, no. It is not possible, either with Apple Configurator, or other MDM solutions, to restrict users from updating iOS when new versions are released. Being able to update iOS without simultaneously being able to update apps (as can be set up using supervised iDevices in Apple Configurator) can lead to big problems, such as incompatible apps and ...


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Probably too late but for anyone else who may look for info on this: I have used the Blue 'Yeti' to do quite a lot of recording into Garage Band on an iPad2. don't know anything about the other mic you mention but the Yeti is great for that price range in my experience. I used a Belkin powered USB hub (+CC kit)as a work around successfully until one of ...


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Still possible… Launch iTunes Plug in iDevice, then... select iDevice Select Apps Scroll down on the right-most scroll-bar until you see the File Sharing header In that section, select your app Then you can drag & drop to the right section I shrunk my iTunes window down as small as it would go to show all the info without taking up too much room ...


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Unfortunately, Apple do not officially support iOS 8 on the original iPad (or, as you refer to it, iPad 1). This screenshot of the "iOS 8 is compatible with" section does not list your device: It is strange that your device is trying to update to an iOS version beyond the maximum of 5.1.1: It is one of three things: A bug in the update software; Your ...


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iPad 1 cannot install iOS8. The latest possible update possible is iOS 5.1.1. See this Wikipedia link for more information.


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The canonical way to fix this is to erase and restore the device. See http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT1212 for more details and options.


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If you wish to "keep" the videos or pictures and also clear your iDevice, make sure you sync or backup your pictures in any way you choose before deleting. The EASIEST way to delete All pictures and/videos is to attach your device to a MAC with an USB cord. Start the app "Image Capture" and select all content you wish to delete. Once selected, there is a ...


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Turn off the iPad (shut down) and then turn it on again. It worked for me.


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If you dare to spend a small amount of money, try http://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/. I am totally happy with that, I even can backup apps and their respective settings. And I use it to sync my playlists and library from home to work by I am really in love with that tool... :)


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You don't move your Music from the iPad to the new computer, you copy your entire iTunes library from your old computer to your new computer and then re-sync your iPad to the new computer. Here are the Apple instructions: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT4527


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I would suggest you try using the Home Sharing. iTunes: Setting up Home Sharing on your computer Home Sharing in iTunes lets you share and transfer content between multiple iTunes libraries on your home network....read on here. and this article might be helpful. How to move your iTunes library to a new computer HT4527


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This domain(*.ess.apple.com ) is not only work for FaceTime, but also service many service of Apple, such as iMessage, the authentication, administration, key and contract request runs over https.


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Unfortunately, you can't. The 1st gen iPad maxes out at iOS 5.1.1, and the Facebook app requires iOS 7 or better. Your only option is to go to the Facebook site through a web browser such as Safari.


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When the "official" solution didn't work (holding down power and home buttons at the same time), I found a YouTube posting by a very young fellow who had the perfect answer. Despite the fact that he wiggled during the entire video, he showed how to hold down the home button at the same time you plug in the power cord; immediately unplug the cord, and the ...


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I have asked Apple. The Apple tech support gives me these recommendations : When the charging is done, unplug the iPad. Once a month, do a full cycle : full discharge then full recharge. Otherwise, plug and unplug the iPad as you like, full cycles are not needed.


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In the settings screen within the "General" tab is an "Lock/Unlock" Boolean that controls whether the device sleeps when the screen cover is closed. Turning this off will maintain the screen contents when the iPad is locked or smart cover closed, but it means the device screen is on until the auto sleep timer triggers.


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This is a tough question even for law enforcement. There's some software out there that claims to do this, try Google. You can also jailbreak older devices but you don't say what kind of iPad you have. http://www.redsn0w.us/2010/03/download-direct-links-jailbreak-guides.html Try recovery mode if you don't have iTunes, at least you can use the iPad after. ...


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Currently there is no way to disable either Wifi or Bluetooth using Apple Configurator profiles. Configurator has gotten much better over the past few years limiting various activities in academic environments, but it does not allow restrictions on a number of things that they deem important, like network & device connectivity. Other activities, like ...


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Disable cellular data in settings. If you haven't activated a plan with a carrier yet, there's no option in settings to disable cellular data. As a workaround, you can tell Siri "Turn off cellular data" to disable the setting and you should no longer get the message.


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Unfortunately this doesn't seem like a problem that we can solve. If you're sure you're entering the card details correctly, and that the card is still active and you can use it elsewhere you need to call your card issuer and possibly get in touch with Apple.


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You can't list entire search results from your history on iOS. The most you can do is as you have done by searching in Spotlight search and using the ~5 search results. If your Safari history is synchronised with iCloud, you can search the entire history in Safari on OS X. Open Safari and press ⌥⌘2, then use the search box in the bottom-right corner.


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As of a few weeks ago there is a Mac OS X version of Notability. You might also be interested what Gingerlabs says about it (FAQ).


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Essentially - you don't. iTunes is the master, the iDevice is the slave. That's the way the system is designed. It works on the assumption that you will always have plenty of room on your Mac to store data that there is no room for on the phone, so you can add it back to the phone at any time in future. I suppose it's legacy behaviour from before iCloud ...


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First of all, I assume that you have enough battery power on the iPadWhen you see the apple icon on your ipad, hold the power- and home button for several seconds. The ipad will turn off and back on again. After this you can release the buttons when the apple logo is visible. When the ipad is still stuck on the loading screen, you could preform a DFU ...


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I recommend a DFU mode and then restore.


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HTML5 and Flash are not the same thing. Flash is a proprietary browser plugin. Flash is not available on iOS devices, full stop, and support outside of iOS devices is spotty at best. HTML5 audio playback is supported by mobile Safari as of v6.0 (which corresponds to iOS 6 that came out in 2012) according to this page, as well as Google Chrome which runs on ...


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New Answer: 1) Open the attachment: 2) Select the icon as if you were going to forward in mail: 3) I then received the option to mail, save in numbers etc. I just saved an excel file to numbers on my IPhone 6. No I am not a techno geek but a 65 year old ex CPM type Philip B.


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It doesn't really matter. You're already using up some capacity when you charge past 50%. For long term storage, Apple recommends that you only charge the device up to 50% and then power it off. Basically if you are concerned about the longest capacity of your battery, you wouldn't consume it at all and you'd just charge it to 50% and then put it in a box ...


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From Resolve iOS update and restore errors Check for hardware issues Related errors: 1, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 1000, 1002, 1004, 1011, 1012, 1014, 1667, or 1669. These errors mean that your device or computer may have a hardware issue that's preventing the update or restore from completing. Check that ...


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The Proxy you add is a http proxy. Port is not the point. In the other word, other protocol except http traffic will not going through this proxy. for example Facebook App using SPDY protocol so this app "bypass" your proxy


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If some water got in the microphone it may still be damp. You could try putting the iPad overnight in a sealed bag with a couple of handfuls of rice which will take up any dampness.


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Apple doesn't have a solution on iOS to accomplish this. I've not found any third party app from the App Store that will read the shared stream videos or receive a paste event (you can copy the video from Photos app on iOS, but pasting it anywhere seems to not work for me on iOS 8.x) I use iPhoto on OS X to view the shared video and then import them into my ...


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Maybe have your friend email you the video or upload it to Dropbox or MEGA as private. Those websites allow you to download the videos EDIT Those website allow you to download the videos NOT from the stock iOS Photos app but from the websites.


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A couple of options for you... You could use an Apple TV connected to your monitor and connect to your Mini using AirPlay - since 10.9 you're no longer restricted to using AirPlay to just mirror your main display, you can use an AirPlay-connected display as a secondary display. Otherwise you're looking at a hard-wired display setup. Hard-wiring may be ...


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Of course you can. Just release them as two separate apps.


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You may type top to go to the start or bottom to go to the bottom. You may even type the month or year of the transaction.


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I just had the same problem and I solved it. My iPhone apps were very often in German but my iPhone was in Swedish. The problem is: I believe that your iPad's secondary language is set to Russian (Apps display in the first language they find on your list for which they have a localization included). So I believe that if you change your secondary language you ...



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