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I use three avenues to prevent hurt feelings all around. First the policy for employee use of equipment spells out that it's their responsibility to turn in their company equipment and assets. For iOS devices, that means that they remove iCloud activation lock and return the hardware in working order. The financial consequence of failing to do both is ...


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I believe you have to contact apple and submit the device serial numbers so that apple can unlock the devices. I would start by calling applecare and i'm sure they can point you in the right direction.


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Strange problem. Is date and time correct on your device? Know that Mobileiron can't prevent a User from upgrading the Operations system on iOS. What Ed suggested should always work.


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The way to complete this is to locate a downloadable version of the iOS 8 install file. Redmond Pie has a great blog post with links to each version of the software. http://www.redmondpie.com/ios-8-beta-download-release-date-features-rumors-and-news-update/ Once you download the version of 8.0 for your iPad version - following this: Connect ipad to ...


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I just went through this mess, almost the exact same steps (minus the boss asking). In my case I had forgotten about the iPad being logged in to the same account and did not turn off findMyiPhone on it before changing the appleId. What worked for me finally, I found here apple's KB. Log out of iMessage on the iPad, and the log back into iMessage making ...


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Now you can update iOS 8.0.2. Be careful to download this iOS 8.0.2. You are suggested to download corresponding installation package for each model, better not update directly from iTunes because many users reported that iOS 8.0.2 update stuck on reboot or recovery mode and even ReiBoot can't fix. So you'd better download the specific package for your own ...


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backup doesn't need the password. Backup password is needed only when restoring the backup to iPhone, iPad or iPod. However, it is bad that you cannot uncheck the password encryption, so the best way to solve this is to find the password or do something to disable the password. Read this post to learn to unlock the encrypted backup with 4 methods. Good luck: ...


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Without jailbreaking your iPhone there Is no option to change that.


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Do not worry about wiping your device to sell it. Shared Photostream is entirely in iCloud and tied to your Apple ID. Wiping your device does not change the status of anything in the cloud. I have wiped devices at various times and signed into various devices - always to have the correct Shared Photostreams appear - ones that others have shared with me and ...


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The answer is really a no. It's impossible to reset the password without knowing it. You have to wipe the iPad. I had 56 incorrect password attempts and I had to some how wait 340,600 minutes!


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I have created separate playlists for my devices (one for music and one for video). I just sync those playlists instead of manually maintaining the Sync Movies list. This is much easier since you can use the deeper integration of playlists in iTunes to manage the contents. (drag/drop, popup menu, ... etc).


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I know Apple's answer - 'our cable works, there is no problem'. IN SUMMARY - you either need to use Apple's own cables or the decent quality PC World versions or Asda or something, that are not really cheap but are two thirds the price of Apple, or half or something. Really cheap clone cables will NOT work. Can't explain it, but know it is fact. My ...


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If you leave the carrier OFF the card should actually not be charged. At least that's usually the recommendation when using an iPad abroad. As far as I know you could actually even remove the SIM card and still use the iPad over wifi – and maybe that would be the best option if you want to be 100% sure your brother's account is not charged.


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Apple revoked iOS 8.0.1 last night after issues with iPhone 6 models were revealed. The installation is failing as the device can't verify the download is correct as iOS 8.0.1 is no longer available. To delete the download, go to: Settings app -> General -> Usage -> Manage Storage Find the iOS 8.0.1 option, select it and tap delete. Finally, go back to ...


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8.0.1 was removed last night from Apple's servers. To fix your issue without having to restore the phone, follow the instructions: here: Turn off Find my iPhone via Settings > iCloud. Download iOS 8 for iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Make sure you're on the latest version of iTunes. Go to About and then Check for Updates or visit iTunes.com. Launch ...


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For your first question, fake cable manufacturers are probably aiming for lots of sales, and explicitly stating that it only works up to a certain OS version would turn many people away. (the original cable doesn't have a version limit, so this one seems weird, I'm not buying that) For your second question yes, this adapter has the useless authentication ...


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Here's a better solution I got to keep all my stuff it's the last one on the page https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4310336?start=60&tstart=0


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This is a bit fiddly, but you should be able to restore your iPad using iTunes on a Mac or Windows computer. Please be aware that both of these options will restore your iPad to factory settings, so if you don't have a backup you will lose your data. First thing to do is make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed. Then connect your iPad to ...


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Reset in itunes! With a ios7 version for example.


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A late answer, but pertinent. As of iOS8, simply attaching your iOS device to a Mac with the lightning Cable (not sure if this works with devices that support iOS8 but stil use the 30 pin dock connector, e.g. iPhone 4S, iPad 3) allows the display to be used as a camera input in Quicktime. Simply connect, go to New Movie Recording, and then choose your ...


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It seems that you've inadvertently upgraded yourself to iCloud Drive via Pages for iOS on your iPhone, but not on your iPad. To activate iCloud Drive on your iPad, follow these steps: Go to the Home Screen. Find and open Settings. Scroll down to iCloud, and tap iCloud. Tap iCloud Drive. Toggle the switch to the right of the text "iCloud Drive" to the ON ...


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Go to Settings → Phone → My Number and enter your phone number.


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I assume these are questions related to your Apple ID. In this case you can point Safari to http://appleid.apple.com/ and update your data there.


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Yes, this is possible, although not automatically. There's currently no way for iOS to detect the language of the message, but you can use multiple keyboards to show predictions in a different language of your choice. To do this, go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards. This screen shows a list of keyboards set up on the device. You can use the Add ...


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I agree with gman above....to start with. And you have to tell iTunes to include apps in the backup or sync. But if your phone won't backup for some reason ( like having upgraded to iOS 8 too early ) or whatever, then try this app for transferring iPhone or iPad files to your Mac & creating a manual rescue backup of your game. "iFunBox". It is ...


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The iPad does not support video output over USB; it's a limitation you cannot work around with a jailbreak. Your only options are composite and VGA video output via supported Lightening adaptors. There are jailbreaks that allow you to output the video 100% of the time though, not just from apps that support mirroring.


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I had the same problem after upgrading to iOS 8, that is, no weather info in the Today summary, except the copyright link at the bottom. Based on randy's answer, I went to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Weather. I turned the setting off then back on, and went back up in Settings. Now the weather is in Today.


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I had the same problem this morning. I tried to update my ipad mini to iOS 8 over the air (without connecting it to my laptop and iTunes), and it got stuck on the apple logo bootup screen. The workflow described on the following webpage enable me to resolve the situation: http://www.iphonehacks.com/2014/01/fix-stuck-apple-logo-evasi0n7.html Hope it'll work ...


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What do I need to use iCloud Drive? Make sure you have iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite on all of your devices. Here are the requirements: iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 8 Mac with OS X Yosemite (available this fall) PC with Windows 7 or later and iCloud for Windows 4.0 Safari 6 or later, Firefox 22 or later, or Google Chrome 28 or later An active Internet ...


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As it won't download the same binary file for each device: Nope.


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there. Your situation is indeed stuck in recovery mode while updating to the new iOS 8. And what you described indicates that iTunes can't recognize your phone. DFU mode can fix this but here i recommend a better and esaier way to fix this, that is to use a free program called ReiBoot. The ever best one that is to fix this for me opinion.


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Make sure you are using the SAME iCloud account on both the iPhone and iPad. Turn off iMessage on both devices. Wait 5 minutes. Enable iMessage on both devices. You should see "activating" under the option to turn on/off. You should then get a pop-up on both devices that the iPad is using the iPhone.


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The iPad/iPhone might be saving cache/meta data to the device (which helps it to loud images quicker). It will not show you this via the user interface. You can delete it by using iexplorer (which is awesome). Plug in your iPad/iPhone device Open the program (windows or Mac) Click on media The delete "PhotoData", "Photo StreamsData". You should only do ...


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Ok, so the problem here was that somehow my iPhone was connected to iCloud... But it wasn't at the same time... This is really weird, and Apple should at least notify on this somehow, because my iPhone was connected to iCloud and synced. Wow. Worked the same for me, though also required e) after a) to d): a) going to the apple discussions (as mentioned) ...


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I have experianced this same issue myself and found that if you connect to the wi-fi of the building that you want to connect to the server of it will connect every time....i hope this helps


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I read that continuity will not be fully functional until OSX is released sometime in late October. Apple wants to wait until continuity is seamless between iMac, iPhone and iPad. Of course, there is always the chance that I don't know what I'm talking about...but there Ya go.


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Quoted from Apple.com Continuity features are available on iPhone 5 or later, iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini with Retina display, and iPod touch (5th generation).


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iTunes has just changed their T&C (Therms and Conditions). You will have to first accept those to continue. I just tried and it downloads the Candy Crash Saga. Log out and back in.


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The old iPad Store APP is obsolete and has been updated and replaced with this new one.


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For Facebook: First make sure this is done so that you can go on to the actual solution. Facebook push notifications are controlled inside the actual Facebook app under “Account Settings>Notifications”. They are NOT controlled under the iOS “Settings>Facebook>Settings>Notifications”, if you go there you will be directed to the actual Facebook app. Now it’s ...


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AirServer, Airfoil, etc. are all good and well. However, for me it's a vast overkill. I'm looking for a very simple functionality. I have an external Blue-tooth speaker. When I turn this on the iPad automatically mutes the internal speaker and plays back the audio on the external speaker. I'm looking for a comparable functionality with the Mac. There's no ...


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Just visit https://appleid.apple.com/account on mobile Safari and fill in the required fields.


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TL;DR: keep the one that looks like a bag, it now a universal app. The cart one was the iPad specific one. Looks like the one of the left (with the shopping cart icon) is the old one. Launching it now directs me to the new one, but it didn't when I was trying to figure this out before. Here's what I get when launching the old one now. EDIT-20140917: It ...


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Normally you would have to just set up the new provider stuff. Account with them, email if you have one, the data plan, the payment service ect.


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Once email is in your inbox it is still harmless until you open a attachment or click on a link in it. There is a setting in Mail- preferences- composing- Responding to prevent attachments been forwarded, and only forward the selected text. Check the "Include Selected Text..." You basically have to select the text in the email and then use the forward.


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If you disable showing images in the Settings app (Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Load Remote Images) then the sender will have no way to tell that you looked at the email. So, make sure you turn that on, then open the email and forward it. You can turn the option back on again when you are finished.


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I think you mean "bouncing" and this is available in certain email applications, but AFAIK, the number is few. If you're a command line junkie (likely not) then Mutt and Alpine both have bounce capabilities. Apparently Sylpheed/Claws also has that feature, although from memory, it's a bit difficult to locate initially. Outlook for the Mac? Yeah, I read ...


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The WiFi networks were mixed case which caused the confusion and problems.


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Here's the easiest way to download apps on to your iPad 1. I know it works because I've done it. First, on your iPad 1, go to: Settings ==> Store ==> under "Apps" make sure it says 'OFF'. Next go onto your computer (it doesn't matter if you're using PC or Mac) and open iTunes software. Then go to the iTunes store and download all the apps you want to be on ...


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It is now showing my In-App Purchases on the App Store. I think it takes a couple days or so to appear on the App Store.



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