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If you have only an iCloud account, it is probable that the contacts that don't appear there are local i.e. On your phone only. To upload them, do the following: Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars Select your iCloud account Find the "Contacts" switch and turn it off; it will ask if you want to keep the contacts on your phone or delete them ...


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It's likely Apple can support you with iCloud if your account has a problem. Before calling them, though you will want to check and see under the Settings app what you have configured under Mail, Contacts, Calendars. It's entirely likely your iCloud contacts are exactly what https://www.icloud.com/#contacts shows. Make a backup of the phone to a computer ...


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Contacts app have groups of contacts, ie. Google contacts, Hotmail contacts, Facebook contacts and then iCloud contacts. To see the different groups, go to Contacts, at the very top you will see Groups, just tick iCloud and untick the rest. Now scroll down to the bottom and see if you have 500 contacts or 203. If you have 203, it means that all your ...


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Check if these two links can help you or not. https://support.apple.com/en-nz/HT201088 https://support.apple.com/en-nz/HT201085


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Your iPhone 4 needs to generate a pairing record and trust the computer. First go through each of the steps. Don't skip steps and do them in order. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204095 If you don't see this message when you try to sync the phone over USB with iTunes, then you can remove all pairing records as follows: Back up iPhone 4 (to the cloud ...


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If the home button is non-functional, and the device requires a working home button to even power up, then it seems you're in a chicken-egg situation. There is of course software that lets you remap some other button or UI action to correspond to the home button, but if you can't get the thing turned on you're out of that realm. I suppose you could open it ...


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Repair the home button seems the cheapest solution. With the digitizer working, OS working and you have accessibility enabled, you could use software to simulate a home button press. With root ssh access, you might have other avenues due to being jailbroken, but for most people, needing DFU and a broken home button is game over - get a new device time.


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I wrapped the headphone wire where the mic and controls are with a few layers of Saran Wrap. This keeps the sweat out but still allows use of the controls. Used to have the random Siri problem described all the time on long runs, did a hot sweaty 18 mile run today with Saran Wrap and had no problems.


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No you cannot have the picture in icloud if you delete it from your device


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You probably have your Alarm ringtone set to "none" accidentally. I'm telling you my personal experience. Everything was good with my new iPhone and every night when I set up an alarm to wake up in the morning it never buzzed and I end up going to work late till one day I realized that I was playing with alarm ringtones and accidentally set it "None". I ...


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Unfortunately, it sounds like your iPhone 4 has had it. If iTunes can't recognize it, then something is seriously wrong. The only thing I can think of is that the battery got disconnected, but that's not likely. The best thing to do is to sell "For Parts or Repair" on easy to pay for part of a used iPhone, but older models can be pretty inexpensive. A used ...


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Whilst reading this thread I literally put my mouth over the button and sucked and it's suddenly fine.


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You can use the following third party software: iExplorer - http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/31722/iexplorer iMazing - http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/27830/imazing PhoneView - http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/25347/phoneview I believe you will have to copy/paste the information manually.


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You could get it into restore mode by holding the home button while it boots. So turn it off if you can, or wait for it to turn off. Then while plugging it in, press and hold the home button.


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Tis thus. IOS personal hotspot is buggy at best. Other ios devices seem to connect o.k. but my iMac always causes iphone personal hotspot to crash. Requires me to reset all network settings in order to try again. iOS is still a beta software the way Apple releases it. Marketing drives their product cycle, not quality and innovation.



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