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If you don't want to run iPhoto just for that, and you're happy looking at the files at a slightly lower level, then iFunBox is useful. It shows the Photo Album of the device as a digital camera (DCIM) directory so you can see all the files, then copy to/from your Mac. There's a Windows version too, which has proved useful in the past.
i tried this and it worked for my iphone 5 check pls: https://discussions.apple.com/message/21665313#21665313 pushc6 Re: iTunes won't sync my music, movies, ringtones... Anything! Apr 30, 2013 4:39 PM (in response to YoshiCookie) I was experiencing the same problem and tried all sorts of stuff, including items in this thread with no luck, this is what ...
It depends. If you are on iOS 6, they can wipe the device and most likely establish new wireless service even in the same country as you reports it as stolen. If you are on iOS 7, the activation lock from iCloud and Apple is a very hard thing for someone to bypass - perhaps impossible for most to use again.
When it asks you to change your date before 2012. reason why is before 2012 there was a update that validates cracked apps to be downloaded. When you set it before its sort of removing some of the validates. When it first downloads it downloads a provisioning profile which allows the cracked app to download due to the profile permissions.
It was the proximity sensor and/or light sensor next to the front camera that has the problem we suspect
I'm pretty sure you need to use a third party app in order to not have them sync with iTunes. I've bought three different podcast apps and I finally found one that I like and I can live with the bugs. None of these apps are very expensive, but Instacast keeps putting out new paid versions, instead of updating the old one. In order of My preference: ...
When you're in the middle of using the Messages app, and you receive a new message, it's actually the Messages app itself that is asking the phone to vibrate, rather than a notification coming in and causing the phone to vibrate. So you're right, the 'Do Not Disturb' setting doesn't stop apps from asking the phone to vibrate or play audio while they are ...
No, currently there is no way to change the proximity sensor sensitivity in iOS. There is not even any way to change it currently in iOS 6 jailbroken, so even if a jailbreak is developed for iOS 7, it would not mean that the proximity sensor could then be customised.
It's my understanding that this is by design. Do Not Disturb mode is meant to be active when the phone is not actively in use. The idea behind it is that, if the phone is unlocked and you are working with it, you do in fact WANT to be notified of a new item. However, when the phone is locked and dormant, the logic is that you no longer wish to be ...
I have a iPhone 4S and I don't have any of the connections (4G or 3G). I don't see any options displayed in Cellular settings. What should I do?
When an iPhone is restored from a backup, it gets as much data as is can locally. Any app data is stored in the backup, but the apps themselves either have to be synced from a local iTunes (preferred) or downloaded. When an iPhone is synched with iTunes, by default all apps on the iPhone are copied to the iTunes library, assuming iTunes is registered with ...
No this is not normal. An iPhone should not be using so much power overnight that a normal charge source cannot top it off in 4 hours. The problems could be: stuck process on the CPU of the phone. faulty hardware on the iOS side insufficient charge from the USB You can rule out the first by connecting the phone to charge and then powering it off. It ...
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