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See this question for more info. In short, you're taking your device's life in your hands when you don't use legit products. You have a multi-hundred-dollar device, do not cheap out on the thing that's directing nontrivial amounts of electricity into it! Authorized products aren't that expensive and you can be sure that you won't have strange things happen. ...


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Not natively no. There are no current Apple devices supporting wireless charging out of the box. There are however adapters for some devices, mostly phones rather than tablets. Not sure how useful a wireless charging adapter would be for an iPad.


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I also had a problem connecting to my Netgear AP, After I performed firmware downgrade to 2.0.7NA work perfectly now


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I don't believe so as the NFC chip inside them is locked down to only provide one function which is in App ApplePay Payments. Other than that I do not believe it serves any other purpose and cannot be used for Wireless Charging. I feel certain that eventually wireless charging will be a feature Apple will introduce, but as far as I can see it does not ...


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This happens to me sometimes too, what I end up doing is killing the App Store application (going into the application switcher and the closing it) before trying to download again. If it is still not working is usually reboot the iPad and try again. Alternatively you can try to see if the app is in your bought history on the app and try to launch a download ...


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This happens when the Music app cannot connect to the internet on its first startup. Make sure the Music app can access the internet (connect to a WiFi or enable mobile data usage for the Music app in the settings). A button to skip the message will appear. Once you skip it the message won't appear a second time (at least not until you update again).


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I believe in Settings -> Music you can disable Apple Music. Perhaps that would be enough to hide the splash screen and move on. Come to think of it, the splash screen came up on my iPhone, but it asked me to log back in. It wouldn't go anywhere after putting in my credentials. I think I eventually went back and tapped the "not right now" link (or ...


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What is the exact model of that slower iPad? Is the speed, when measured, always slower on that other iPad? The same questions go for MacBooks. As if one some of them are older models with Wi-Fi chips that do not support that bandwidth. Are you in a position to test this with on MacBooks using the ethernet cable?


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Unfortunately, the option mentioned in the other answers is no longer present on iTunes. Instead, the OSX solution is now similar to the Windows one: Open System Preferences Select Users & Groups Select your user profile if not selected already Go into the Login items tab Select and remove iTunes Helper from the list Log out and back in, or restart OSX ...


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With the iPads, you can hold two fingers on the keyboard and move the cursor around by moving your two fingers around. Additionally, you can double tap you fingers on the keyboard and it will select current word. If you double tap but keep your fingers down on the screen on the second tap, you can use this to select text by cursor position. On the iPhone ...


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You can swipe with two fingers on the keyboard to move the cursor around. It's even easier to use than arrow keys.


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For some reason iTunes photo sync (iOS Device -> Photos) is quite restricted regarding what you do with those photos after they are on the iOS device. Even Apple specifically says that you can't sync those photos from your iOS device to your computer. As a result, I suggest trying iExplorer to copy the photos from the iPad to your computer. If you had ...


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To record your iPad's screen, you could use QuickTime X that comes for free with OS X Yosemite and OS X El Capitan. Unfortunately your iPad must be running iOS 8 or later for this to work. Connect your iPad to your computer (with the 30 pin or Lightning connector) Open QuickTime Player, usually found in the "Utilities" folder of the Applications folder ...


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If you're still using iOS 6 it is better to move for new iOS version.However iOS 9 is can be easily jailbreak and download cydia for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch


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I think you should just get a different type of device flip the camera and record while the other device is playing games?


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If the iPad was backed up to iCloud or to a Mac recently you should be able to recover from the backup. If they were put on there from the Mac and you did not delete them from the Mac then you should be able to put them back. If they were purchased from the App Store some how, then you should be able to reinstall them from whatever app you bought them ...


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The worst, but working solution will be to set screen locking to 30 seconds, so that it will go to sleep faster. Looks like apple does it on purpose.


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You get all the currency symbols except the Baht for free on the US keyboard. Press and hold the $ symbol and you'll see all the alternates. To get the Baht symbol - add the thai keyboard and the Baht symbol will be added to the US keyboard. You don't need to switch to that keyboard - just add it. Similarly, you can use this answer to make shortcuts if you ...


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Install iTunes on your PC and connect your iPad. When iTunes launches and sees the iPad, click on the iPad icon at the top of the window to the right of the "music, movies TV Shows" icons. Click on "Summary" on the left and you can select the options you want (apps, music, movies, pictures) to sync your media and where you want them copied to. Note that you ...


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If you can use a desktop version of Google Chrome, it can emulate an iPhone. In the debug mode, click the "emulate devices" icon near of top left of the debug panel, and it can let you emulate iPhones, iPad, Samsung phones, and many other models (the list is about 20 items long). It not only emulate the width and height, but it will act according to your ...


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go to General > Spotlight Search > Turnoff "Spotlight Suggestions" in search results


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Well then, that SUCKS. Unreal, that they couldn't include such a simple function. As a possible solution, I've found that if I want to duplicate or copy a photo in the Camera Roll section, the only way to do it is to send it in an email to myself and then download the photo again. That way you can make as many copies of it as you need.


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Bummer to hear! Fortunately, Apple does a great job in allowing you transfer data between devices. I'm not certain on your meaning of "backup of the files in specific apps"; however, I have two suggestions that may be of help. Plug your iPad into a trusted computer. This refers to a computer which has been used to sync your iPad in the past. From here ...


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Either Settings > Notifications > FaceTime > Sounds > None or I have misunderstood your question. Do you mean to prevent the notifications from making noise or just dismissing a notification after its begun?


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No. The wifi and the 3G can't be brought up at the sale time on an iPad. But you could turn on wifi when you need to print and get back to 3G after that, or use a service as google cloud print to print documents from the Internet that would require a computer connected to the internet and to the printer.


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I was looking for this as well when trying to input my work schedule (I work in shifts). The solution I found is to manipulate the repeat function in the following manner: Add the event, select custom repeat "every month", select the applicable days of the month, and finally set the custom repeat to end on the last day of that particular month. It's a hack, ...


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When I went to Settings -> Mail contacts and turned off contacts for the gmail account, the Contacts app loaded without crashing. But I suspect it is no longer linked to Gmail.


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AFAIK, this is definitely not possible. The closest thing to what you're describing would be AirPlay. However, AirPlay requires a newer Apple TV connected to a TV; it wouldn't work on an iPad or a Mac, let alone some cheap old Android tablet. Additionally, even if it were currently possible to mirror the display of your iPhone onto an iPad, that's all it ...


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For me on IPad 2 upgrading to the latest iOS version fixed the issue


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Settings > iTunes & App Store Enable Automatic downloads for Apps Also make sure that 'Automatically install new apps' is enabled in iTunes window in picture artificially shrunk to save space


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1.8 GB for ipad (2016-1-22). Downloaded file actually locates in \AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\iTunes\Ipad Software Updates


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If you have an internet connection, one thing you could do is use the website DataJoy (from the makers of ShareLaTeX), which is basically an online (collaborative) editor for both Python and R. However, DataJay is not free. There is a 7-day free trial, but it normally costs $20 per month (at the time of writing). That being said, it is possible to get a ...


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Let her try this site: TutorialsPoint, where she can use R or R-Studio. Also, this RollApp may be the answer.


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R is available at Ideone.com. I have'nt used R, but I don't think every feature of the language is available there, though.


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It's actually pretty simple, in that, if it is not in the app store it can't be installed, unless you want to go the jailbreak route because you found an "R" app for jailbroken IOS devices.


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There's a tool that can recover the restrictions passcode from a device backup, called pinfinder. Download the tool at the pinfinder github page, make an unencrypted backup and follow the instructions.


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There's a tool that can recover the restrictions passcode from an unencrypted backup, called pinfinder. Download the tool at the pinfinder github page, make an unencrypted backup and follow the instructions.


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It would be nice if Skype (Microsoft) synched the message history from your iDevices to your Mac where it is easily accessible, but I suspect they don't. In the meanwhile you can try a trial version of something like iExplorer (https://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/) which can access most/all files created on iDevices and try to locate your Skype message ...


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You can't import photos directly from Facebook in Keynote for iOS, but you can add photos from your Camera Roll. And the Facebook app for iOS lets you save photos to your Camera Roll -- open the photo in Facebook, then select 'Save Photo' from the top right menu. You have to repeat this process for each photo you want to include in the presentation, but ...


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On AppSurprise we track App Store price drops and offer email notifications for registered users - seems like that's just what you are looking for. We keep a close eye on app prices, with continuous updates throughout the day. To use the wishlist feature, you'll have to register an account. Signing-up is totally free and you have full control of whether ...


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AVPlayerHD supports 1.05 to 2x in 0.05 increments (and is available in the Swedish Itunes Store, which Swift Player and Azul aren't, and I assume other non-US users will have the same problem.) I am not affiliated with this app.


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There's a tutorial on how to setup Kerberos for OS X here: http://computing.help.inf.ed.ac.uk/kerberos-mac-os-x. After that Safari should automatically work with the SSO, Firefox & Chrome may need further settings configured. For iOS devices I'm unsure, it appears that to do it it requires either the device is in an Enterprise group, or that you build ...


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Your suspicions on a 90mb file not being HD are correct. A 25 minute show that is HD would not be 90mb. Hell, that's even small for standard definition quality. Resolution and file size are very different. You can have a video file that is super compressed, but still runs in a higher resolution. The end-result will be a wide & tall, but blurry, picture ...


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I have an older ipod. It suddenly stopped letting me log into FaceTime or Messages. This is what finally worked for me after trying several things. Settings, then mail (mine also says contacts and calendars) then click on your email account that you use with your Facetime account. Delete the account. Turn the devise off then on. Go back in and set up that ...


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Usually (depending on MBP model) - there is only one fully powered / full speed bus. You could try resetting the PRAM / NVRAM. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204063 Here is a good support article on USB ports and their corresponding power. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204377 From my experience iPads can request a lot of power from a standard ...


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Although the OP's question is a bit light on detail, (what model of Panasonic TV?) this is general information on how to stream video from an iOS device, including the iPad Air, to a television equipped with an HDMI input. Required is a Wireless Network that one has access to. Also, the TV must have an Airplay capable device attached via HDMI that is ...


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You can use Apple's Airplay technology to stream from your iPad (or iPhone) to your tv, but you need to use an AppleTV connected to your Panasonic through an HDMI port to do so. The AppleTV device takes care of connecting the TV to the Wifi and also your device. On top of that the AppleTV has its own media viewing apps so you may not need the iPad.


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Just use an app like "Imgur" https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/imgur-awesome-images-gifs/id639881495?mt=8 Use Upload feature to create and share your own pictures as url.


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Go into settings,notifications,FaceTime,sounds, then select your ring tone preference.


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Photos you have saved to your iPad, from the Facebook app or mobile web site, save into your "Camera Roll" album if you have not enabled iCloud Photo Library, or into the "Photos" tab on iCloud Photo Library (accessible on all of your devices).



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