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The iPhone jack is 3.5mm. You probably have the 1/4 inch (6.3mm) and that is why it does not fit. When looking for a adapter make sure it has 3 black rings and not 2. That is the iPhone required plug.


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i had the same problem where even though i click yes for it to erase everything so i could resync my iphone none of the music was removed from my phone as it was removed from my itunes. i went to settings - general - usuage - waited for my apps to load - chose music - edit and then deleted....took 2 times for it to work. then i was able to freshly sync my ...


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You most certainly can use any iPhone without needing an active data connection. You can turn off the Cellular Data to help save some battery life, but the hardware will still use some energy no matter the settings you choose. As to knowing the product, you will need to either risk losing the money, buy it though escrow service, clear things with the buyer ...


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The phone will need to be activated using a valid SIM card. If the device is carrier-locked it will need to be a SIM of that carrier. However you can just take out the SIM after activation and the phone will work fine until you reset it (then it would need to be activated again).


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You can definitely sync your iPhone to your computer, without having to worry about the data that is currently on your phone. In fact, backing up and restoring all the data currently on your device is done by syncing with iTunes (or iCloud).


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The best apple can do is this http://store.apple.com/us/product/MD824ZM/A/lightning-to-30-pin-adapter-02-m?fnode=3c But this kit could be closer to what you need, but as its 3rd party could be compatibility issues http://www.lightinthebox.com/30-pin-female-to-lightning-adapter-with-1m-cable-for-iphone-5-ipad-mini-and-ipod-touch-5_p461318.html The kit ...


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Well, I am not entirely sure why a specific Google contacts will not show up on your iPhone, however, here's a workaround so you can make the son of a gun appear on the iPhone and in your Google account at the same time (the end result is the same as to what you want to achieve). On your iPhone go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and under ...


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Since iOS 7, Apple has employed Activation Lock. Once Find my iPhone has been enabled, the device is bound to the user's Apple ID and will require the username and password of that particular Apple ID to restore or activate. Remote wipes put a lock on the device on top of clearing out the data. Once that phone is turned back on, a password will be required. ...


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This is total possible even without expert knowledge about that topic. There are tons of YouTube videos teaching you how to do that. However, you should be no worries about the data being leaked as it has been wiped remotely. Better to contact apple support for more accurate information.


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It may help to add that this is done by clicking on your profile picture and touching the +Manage Accounts item that then appears below your profile picture.



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