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The first thing you should do is make sure that your model iPad supports the cellular network you're trying to connect to. In America, we have two major cellular networks, GSM and CDMA. I suspect that this is the heart of your issue. Apple's support website has a webpage that helps identify your model so you can continue troubleshooting. If push comes to ...


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You are mixing two things here: the SIM in your iPhone is tied to whatever contract you have with your carrier. Transfering this SIM to a new phone should be possible without much hassle (you may need to get a new physical SIM card maybe if the Samsung uses a different format than your iPhone). Moving the SIM card to a new phone will not impact the data ...


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I ran into the same problem when reverse tethering my Samsung phone (Android 5.1.1) to access the Internet connection on my Macbook Air (El Capitan), and found a successful solution: Make sure your mobile device is paired via Bluetooth and follow Heiko Haller's steps for Internet Sharing settings. Under System Preferences > Network, select the active ...


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To silence this message follow its instructions: Go to the Advanced pane of iTunes preferences and turn on “Check for new software updates automatically”.


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From the device, you can get this through Settings > Tap General > Tap About > Scroll to view the IMEI/ICCID/my Number.


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Go to Settings>General>Spotlight Search. Turn off and on Siri Suggestions. It worked for me.


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Although it this solution is very limited, You can mirror the iPhone screen using QuickTime. You can control the keyboard using 1Keyboard(paid)


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You don't necessarily need two passwords/accounts. Here is how it works: You have an iCloud account, and an iTunes account. Both are accessed using your AppleID account credentials, but they are separate services. So account changes made in one service (like change of password) will be applied to the core AppleID account, and by extension the account used ...


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Absinthe 2.0.4 has support for PowerPC. It works on iOS 5.0 - 5.1.1.


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Go to Settings -Notes on iphone6 plus move lever on (to green color) "On My iPhone" Account Now you have option to put ur notes on icloud folder or On my iphone


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Why your photos are not in iCloud Photos Now when I open iClould I see its completely blank. Photos do not appear on iCloud.com unless iCloud Photo Library was turned on; from your description, it seems that it is not turned on: that is why the Photos section of iCloud is completely blank. You evidently did not have iCloud Photo Library turned on, so ...


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You misunderstand what swiping up on an app does. Swiping up on an app from the app switcher causes its temporary data to be unloaded from your device's RAM (RAM, short for random-access memory, is your device's short-term memory). However, data from tabs in any browser is stored as permanent data (just like game data and text messages are permanently stored,...


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From iCloud: iCloud storage and backup overview: Here’s what iCloud backs up: […] Photos and videos on your iOS devices However, if you turn on iCloud Photo Library on your iOS device (iOS 8.1 or later) or Mac (OS X v10.10.3 or later), your photos and videos are already stored in iCloud, so they aren’t included in your iCloud ...


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Sync your iPad with iTunes, which will download all not already downloaded Apps to iTunes - and then sync your iPhone with iTunes - that's it. iTunes store the ipa-files in ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications


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A few years late, but something like this will help. SinLoon-Enhancer Y splitter Hub Adapter Cable-Female-Charge-Extension It's a Dual Male USB Cable, one of the male connectors are for power, the other for power + data. It should give you a full 1AH with the power connectors from both USB ports, assuming your hub can output more than 500mah total.


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CONFIRMED BY MYSELF on my new iPad mini 4 and iTunes 12. If you select "Set up as new iPad" and hit Enter you'll get a new window with "Sync with iTunes" message and a blue button with white letters Get Started. After hitting this button you'll get a iTunes window for your attached device with all the relevant information, Backups and other Options. In ...


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Tap and hold on the app icon. It should start wiggling and have a little "X" on one of the corners. Tap that and confirm with the message that you're deleting it.


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I see no problem here.... calls are calls whether VoIP or cellular. If you want to make calls with your iPad there are many apps out there to let you call any landline or mobile. Skype and Hangouts are 2 examples. It's a bit like asking if your car will run with Michelin or Pirelli tyres..... and if you are so insistent on making that cellular call. There is ...


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Yes, every model of the iPad mini 2 has a retina display. Those who call it the "iPad mini 2" are likely just using a shortened form of the name for convenience. Source: apple.com


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I had the exact same trouble, though using the window.navigator.standalone attribute, code fixes it all. <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ // iOS web app full screen hacks. if(window.navigator.standalone == true) { // make all link remain in web app mode. $('a').click(function(...


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You can restore your backup to another iOS device to recover your photos, if they were included in your original iCloud backup. You can find detailed instructions on this Apple Support page: Restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from a backup


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just log into gmail account through web browser, not an app and tick a computer version of display, not a mobile. Once you do that you can send all kinds of files. Even in web browser and gmail without computer mode of display you can still send just images. With computer display mode you are allowed to attach each file in your OneDrive or GDisc or whatever ...


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You can use WebKit to build an iOS app sans the url/address bar. Learn more about WebKit and its counterparts here. One thing to note: a user of this app could simply tap a link on your site to exit the site and they would be elsewhere on the web...


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Sure, theres a thing called Guided Access, you can "crop" the area where they may not touch, anything in that zone wont work if tapped, and if you tap the home button they will be asked to enter a passcode. To enable this: Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Guided Access Enable Guided Access Set a passcode at Passcode Settings Enable Accessibility ...


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Yes, this is possible. I assume you're using the same Apple ID on both iPads (otherwise it isn't an issue at all). Go to the Settings app and choose iTunes & App Store. In the Automatic Downloads section, disable the switch next to 'Apps'. Once you've done this, apps will no longer automatically be installed on this iPad if you install them on the other.


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Speedeo just came out for both iPhone and iPad and allows you to increase / decrease videos in 0.25 increments. You can also resume watching videos quickly from the history screen. You can view videos from 0.25x to 2x speed, quite neat for watching presentations / tutorials. Note: I am one of the developers of this app


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I think it may be that it may be that your looking at the iCloud storage not the iPad storage (you probably haven't uploaded very much).


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I take a glance at Panasonic Viera TC-L37e3 manual and as I understood it has DLNA feature. Have you try to use it? Because there are several streaming apps for iPad working with DLNA devices (Infuse, nPlayer, ArkMC, VLC). They give you a possibility to wirelessly connect your iPad and TV. The only problem is if they work with Youtube videos. I definitely ...


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to listen https request on your server,server need listening on port 443.for listening the traffic of 443 and 80 you need to perform routing and then for example listening on port 8080 after redirect all traffic on 8080.


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Simple, local, free solution on the device - no online cloud services required The solution is to open the file in the App Microsoft Word available in the Apple Appstore. Then in the MS Word iOS App, when the document is opened, goto "Print" - "in another App" and Word will convert the docx document to a pdf and open it in another app. (This seems to work ...


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You can only do it after jail breaking else it's not possible.


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I don't know of any traffic shapping or bandwidth throttling capabilities of iOS. Technically, you would need stateful packet inspection to be able to detect Torrents and then slow them down (traffic shaping); this is found on many advanced routers and most definately not in iOS. Most likely, it's your ISP that's doing the throttling. Hundreds of ...


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Yes and no. There's no easy way to just change your passcode. There is a way to reset your passcode, but it involves erasing your iPad. You may need to know your Apple ID password. Apple has steps here. Those instructions basically involve going to iCloud.com or iTunes to erase your device. You then would be able to restore from a backup if need to. I'm ...


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There's no real easy way to merge data from iCloud accounts. Your best bet is to contact AppleCare direct with that question. Find your local number here: https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT201232


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You may find your answer here: (Use iCloud Drive or iBooks to access your PDF files, ePub files, and books) https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT205751 or here: (Sync iBooks between your Mac and your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT202759


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I found this app, but not sure how extensive is it compared to a traditional web inspector Ergo Web Tools by James Finley https://appsto.re/us/3vdC_.i Let me know if you've found an alternative or something


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Open the video you wish to save. Tap the Share button Select Save Video in the actions list (bottom scroll view, may have to scroll to the right).


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Making the user input a tone used to be the default in OS X, but not since at least OS X 10.8. Now it continues to guess your characters as you keep typing, and since it's pretty good at guessing, I guess tone selection was deemed an unnecessary step. There may be some way you can fiddle with com.apple.inputmethod.SCIM.plist or com.apple.inputmethod.TCIM....


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It depends on the MDM (Mobile Device Management) but you can wipe the iPad by following these steps: Go to Setting Go to General and (for iPads on the right) swipe down, tap on Reset. Then tap on Reset all content and settings. Your Apple ID will save all app's and when you log in your new iPad it will migrate some stuff. Again, depending on MDM your ...


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Sometimes. See http://android.stackexchange.com/questions/78285/are-apple-android-specific-usb-charging-ports-really-different. The standard USB (1.0 and 2.0, anyway) spec only allows for 500mA. There are multiple incompatible protocols for drawing more. Apple's work differently than others.


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I think QIM may do this, but I have not verified it myself: http://www.laoshilink.org/laoshilink/QIM.html


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I guess that's the answer. Wikipedia: Adapters and cables with a Type-C receptacle are not allowed.(41)


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USB3 is able to deliver 0.9A while USB2 is able to deliver 0.5A, so yes, it can charge some power hungry devices quicker. Since the power difference is in the adaptor (which is why big iPad bricks charge iPads quicker than little iPhone bricks), I am doubtful that getting a USB3->USBC adaptor will make a difference. The power is in the adaptor (brick).


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There is a repeat button in Apple Music. It is shown in this image: http://cdn.cultofmac.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Repeat-icon.jpg All you need to do is deselect that option. Don't be misled by the small '1' that shows up on the icon- you need to deselect it entirely. If you don't have a button, please provide a screenshot so I can give different ...


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Ensure your iPad isn't muted. Switch the toggle next to the volume rocker on the side of your iPad, and go into control center and toggle the mute button (it might just be a rotation lock toggle, in which case ignore that). Then try turning up your ringer in Sounds settings. And the final thing to try is plugging in some earbuds to see if there's sound ...


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I had to delete the duplicated playlists from my computer and then delete the same playlists on my iPhone in order to get rid of the duplicates. Still, I have duplicates on my Macbook


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It's not a "Caller ID" as it's not visible to anyone but you. It's only shown on your iPhone because the phone number (or Apple ID) is in the Contacts of the device with the name set to Home. This means that messages received show the name of the sender pulled from Contacts, just like any other contact on the phone. If you don't want this, delete the ...


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It sounds like a hardware issue. Sorry for the bad pun, but if you've tried everything but getting Apple support or Apple repair involved - that would be your next step.


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When using the Apple Wireless Keyboard with an iPad device, not all function keys work. From Apple's Support Article: Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Keyboard compatibility with iOS devices: Since the Fn keys don't work per Apple, it's a safe bet that you won't be able to remap them. You have to recognize them in order to reassign their function. ...


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AppleCare does not cover damage. However, AppleCare+ covers up to two incidents of damage: AppleCare+ for iPhone Every iPhone comes with one year of hardware repair coverage through its limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary support. AppleCare+ for iPhone extends your coverage to two years from the original purchase date of your ...



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