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Yes it should be possible to install a SSD with SATA 6Gb/s. The MacPro5,1 was offered with a 512 GB SSD by Apple actually. The internal interface is limited to 3 Gb/s (which roughly translates to 300 MByte/s max) though. As a consequence you will not benefit from the faster transfer rate of the SATA III SSD. The same is valid for MacBookPro6,1 and ...


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Cydia is installed when the iPhone is jailbroken. iOS 8 Pangu Jailbreak installs the Pangu app during the jailbreak process. So the answer to your question is Yes, the iPhone is jailbroken. How to remove the jailbreak from your iPhone Connect your phone to iTunes Do a factory reset Restore back to the most recent iPhone backup When you're done with the ...


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I solved the issue by removing all Internal Testers. Then I disabled Testflight Beta Testing on the Pre-release page. Then I enabled Pre-release, navigated to Internal Testers and selected users to invite - and that invite worked fine.


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Above all, text must be legible. If users can’t read the words in your app, it doesn’t matter how beautiful the typography is. When you adopt Dynamic Type in your app, you get: Automatic adjustments to letter spacing and line height for every font size The ability to specify different text styles for semantically distinct blocks of text, such as Body, ...


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They just send a code in form of a text to your phone, you accept the code and send it back. That's all.


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"It told me to "save the recovery key in a safe place like your wallet" so I just took that suggestion." It also said "You should consider printing more than one copy, so that you can keep your key in more than one place." It also encouraged you to register more than one phone number that can receive SMS messages and made you tick that you understood what ...


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Addressing: "How difficult is it to crack an encryption that is based on simple four digits?!" This is a deeper question than you might expect. And much of the following is over-simplified to save time and explaining background concepts. If you are talking about ios8 the answer is different than if you were talking about ios7 or earlier. In iOS7 and ...


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Swipe right at the unlock screen during an active call and the controls are displayed. There's no need to unlock the phone to access the mute.


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There's a company called SkyHook that sells a wifi-based geolocation product to many companies, but not sure if Apple is one of them. It was a couple of years ago though. You can ask them to update their database here: http://www.skyhookwireless.com/submit-access-point. If Apple is doing their own geolocation services now, you're likely out of luck. ETA: ...


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If you have a Mac, connect your iPhone to it. There is a build in app (from Apple) called Image Capture in your Applications folder. Use it to bulk delete Photos on iPhone.


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On iOS devices that is the default setting for whatsapp you cannot change it :-/


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Either because of a bad cable or a bad connector in the phone, you are disconnecting the phone by touching/moving the cable. Either - 1. Don't touch it. 2. Try a new cable. 3. Worst case, will require a new charging port. I just had this happen on my iPhone 5 and had a non Apple repair done for $50 at the familiar repair kiosks you find outside most Apple ...


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The best practice in storing app credentials is the Keychain. If you really need to recover the password check out this guide http://www.iphonehacks.com/2013/08/transfer-passwords-to-new-iphone-itunes-backup.html In iTunes, go to the “Summary” section, scroll to Backups, and enable the “Encrypt iPhone backup” option. After recovery, feel free to wipe ...


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In iOS if an app does not do background processing it does not take up battery. Games should not be doing background processing. When you get low on memory iOS will send a signal to all apps so that they can reduce their memory usage and some will free memory. If there is still not enough memory for the current app iOS will terminate other apps. Thus iOS ...


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A Macbook Pro USB port will supply power to devices if the Macbook is on or asleep. It will not do so if the Macbook is powered off, completely shutdown. See here for more details on how the power is supplied, it can get tricky: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT4049


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Try rebooting the phone. Press and hold Home+Sleep until the Apple logo appears. If that doesn't work, and the email account you are using with Mail is not connected using POP3, then try removing the email account and re-adding it. Go to Settings app > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > tap on the specific account > Delete Account. Confirm that you want to delete ...


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Tubedogg is correct, but I would like to add that his method for rebooting the phone actually forces the phone to reboot. This is good for when the phone is non-responsive or you are doing other troubleshooting steps. But it should not be necessary for most applications, including this one. Simply holding down the Sleep button (at the top of the phone, or ...


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Yes, sure - so long as the phone can currently find a net connection. Either from another iPhone, using the Find my iPhone app & entering your own Apple ID, or from the website - https://www.icloud.com/#find It will show on the map & give you options to Play Sound - useful if it's somewhere near you, down the back of the sofa, in a coat pocket ...


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When an iPhone is plugged in, it will boot up (that is actually a common techniques used for restarting an iPhone if the power button doesn't work for some reason). If the iPhone is powered off while charging, it will remain powered off and will not automatically come back on. I understand that you have an iPhone 4 and there is the chance that it was ...



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