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Apps bought in the iOS App Store can be installed in several iOS devices. Just make sure that you are logged into the App Store with the same Apple ID on both devices, then open the Store app, select the "Purchased" tab and search for the app.


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Having several iOS/OS X devices signed in to the same iCloud account contact syncing enabled in the respective settings always syncs your contacts on all these devices (that's what iCloud syncing is all about in a way). In your situation you could disable syncing of Contacts e.g. on the business iPhone (in Settings) create different contact groups for ...


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Lots of good advice here about reducing power usage and checking what's currently using it, but nobody has suggested replacing the battery. They just don't have as much capacity now as when they were manufactured. It isn't too difficult to do with the right tools, though if you aren't comfortable with the risk of breaking the phone you can pay someone to do ...


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It is possible that there is a problem with the port on the computer, either with the device now being blocked (which is sometimes done via policy in enterprise environments) or the port malfunctioning/disabled altogether. Do other devices, such as flash drives, work if you plug them into the same USB port you were using with your iPhone? If no devices are ...


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Its correct that you can click on Groups and then uncheck suggested contacts and it fixes the problem. However, in 15 or 20 min (Im assuming this is when the phone syncs back to exchange server) the suggested contracts gets checked again and the problem is back. Im not sure how to stop it from checking itself back on.


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Go to Settings > General > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard and choose Emoji. The full range of available emoji will become available through the 'globe' icon to the right of the '123' icon.


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It could be the phone hardware is not recognizing the battery capacity correctly. Back up your phone to a computer. Do not only a factory reset but after that plug your phone back in to iTunes and act like you're going to reboot your phone while hooked up to iTunes. Once you see the Apple appear let go of the lock button but continue to hold the home ...


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I found this on iPhoneHacks.com: It is currently not possible to jailbreak iOS 8.2.


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iPhone 4s, both the CDMA and GSM models, has GSM hardware built-in. The only difference between the two models is whether the device supports CDMA, and in that case, which network it supports. A device sold by Virgin Mobile, which piggybacks on Sprint's network, may work in CDMA mode on the Sprint network once unlocked, though you would need to confirm this ...


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You need to completely wipe & reset her iPhone 4 & set it up with her own new account. You can then set up Family Sharing, which will provide parental controls & also allow her to re-download any apps/tunes etc that were previously purchased by any of the family members. Contacts, etc will need to be set up again from scratch. Game progress ...


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If erase all content and settings fails to restore the storage then you either have a hardware failure (Flash storage needs to be restored/repartitioned/erased) or a software failure (iTunes is needed to reload the software). You'll need to take the phone to someone with iTunes and/or experience repairing and testing the iPhone unfortunately.


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close the messages app & press command + Q and click on the messages. a applications window will pop up so just open your iMessage from there. works sometimes.


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I had the exact same problem after my phone was reset. It was fixed after I connected it with iTunes via my Computer, and loaded a backup. In one way or another iTunes seem to be the answer.


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I backup all media contents from my old iPhone 4 to iCloud, and then login the same account on the new iPhone 6, and then sync all media to the new phone, quite convenient.


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Check the following things: Is your ringer switched to off? Is DND (Do Not Disturb Mode) on? Has your iPhone / Apple Product had water damage recently or in the past? If you plug in headphones does it work? Is it glitched into headphone mode? The answer to most is simple and you can also try restarting.


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i had exactly the same issue. Cleaned the charging socket + the earphone entrance. Voila! it was working again


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You could try out software like phoneview, but I'm asuming you're out of luck if it doesn't boot. The memory is on the iPhones mainboard, so no way of external mounting.


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If your device is disabled because you don't know your passcode or you entered a wrong password too many times then follow this guide here If you have a iCloud activation lock then you need to visit iforgot.apple.com to reset your iCloud password using the recovery options there. If you have Both problems then first restore the device using iTunes, then ...


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Here is the suggestion from Apple support, and it worked for me: restart your device. How to restart 1.Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears. 2.Drag the slider to turn your device completely off. 3.After the device turns off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button again until you see the Apple logo.


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There's also an app designed to test your battery: http://batteryscore.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/app/batteryscore-easy-way-to-benchmark/id793023941?ls=1&mt=8 The score it gives isn't the easiest to interpret, but you can compare it against other scores.


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When your phone is near-dead, go to Settings > General > Usage and see how long your battery has lasted. Then check how long your phone should have lasted. I use the app "System Status" by Jiri Techet to tell me that information, but you can look it up online or use another app.



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