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Go to your Settings app, then Cellular. Make sure that Cellular Data is on, then go to Cellular Data Options and make sure that all settings (except Data Roaming) are enabled.


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Ok, so there's at least one solution: Establish a Wi-Fi connection using Settings > Wi-Fi (switch on, etc.). Log-in the iphone **using AppleID* when prompted. Disconnect cellular using Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data (switch to OFF). Switch iMessage on (Facetime, etc.) in Settings > Messages > iMessage. Switch cellular data on by reversing step 3. ...


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In iOS 9, go to Contacts and start typing the contact name of phone number. The cached contact will appear after any actual matching contacts. Touch the cached contact, then Edit, and then Delete Contact.


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Get an app on the App Store which will tell you the MAC address of the AP you're connected to. There are many, and they are free. Then, enable the WiFi scanner in the AirPort Utility app: go to Settings > AirPort Utility to enable it. The scanner will tell you the MAC addresses of the detected APs and the frequencies used. Since APs use different MACs for ...


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On iPhone 5, my wife's phone was showing no events. Went to Calendar, (bottom center) at top of next page page I found that the show all calendars was turned off. I changed it and all her events showed up.


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No your not able to do this.. You always need to promt the password on your phone via touch. Or.. you can try to connect with a wireless bluetooth keyboard, but still you will need to touch the screen to do this.


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Do you mean an Apple ID, right? There are one method that will be helpful to you. Find a Forgotten Apple ID by Email. It is incredibly helpful if you switched email accounts at some point in time and that’s what has caused the login problem. This can be done with any web browser in iOS, OS X, or Windows: Open the web browser of choice and go to this ...



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