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If you need a fix for this, use Siri or a Mac using iMessage to send yourself a new message. As to why it happens, it's a specific bug in the way Notification Center renders the Unicode content of this message. The code performs an "unsafe" operation (something akin to 5 divided by 0 and then doesn't check for an unexpected results) that causes an unhandled ...


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This alert does not show up unless you have opted in to iCloud calendars that include that alert. You are most likely subscribed to a US holidays calender. Open Calenders, then click "Calenders" just above the home button. Select that calender using the "i" button on the right and you will be able to turn off alerts for events originating from that ...


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You can't expand the memory, and there is little in the way of dealing with external USB storage other than importing photos from camera cards. There are several products such as the mophie space pack that have a battery and external storage that is accessible via an app. These are typically cumbersome and fairly limited in how they can be used. Check out ...


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In fact, there are lots of options: HandBrake: free. But the quality will loss. Online-Converter: paid. And you have to upload your source file. Time! Some third party software like Video Converter tool: paid. But most of them are professional and reliable.


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It is something for Apple to fix. The problem appears to come from the way that the phone tries to show the message in notifications. The characters cause that system to break, so that it briefly tries to show it before crashing and then re-setting the phone in an attempt to fix it. Here are some short term fixes you can do till Apple fixes the problem. ...


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If you buy a mobile phone that is locked to a carrier (as is common practice in the US), then you can only use it on that carrier. If you buy an unlocked mobile phone, then you can use it on any carrier. This is true for all mobile phones, including the iPhone. It sounds like getting an unlocked iPhone in Japan might be difficult, but other Asian countries ...


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Kindle App Store linkDid you try the official Kindle app? It is a universal app (for iPhone and iPad)


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If you've tried all physical options, removing hubs, changing cables, ports etc, then the remaining likelihood is that the existing backup is corrupt. Simplest method would be to find your backups folder & rename/delete the corrupt one, then test again… Disconnect phone, quit iTunes Switch to Finder Cmd ⌘ N for new window Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ G for ...


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Go to general settings ->usage and delete the app from the list.


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You can use this app to import your contacts from CSV file to your iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/contacts-in-import-csv-contacts/id549639443?mt=8 You can send CSV file to app via email attachment or iTunes. More details: http://csvcontacts.wordpress.com/user-instructions/ You can handle phone number types correctly ("mobile","work","home"), ...


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Those are system wide commands, not exclusive to your app: Fast forward To speed up your track simply tap the Play/Pause button rapidly twice and hold the control down after the second tap -- the track will skip forward. Rewind Similarly, to rewind a song tap the Play/Pause button three times and hold the control down for the track to skip ...


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Search for mapstr app on apple store.. It helps you to “never forget places” .. This iPhone app lets you pin places you’ve loved in the past or want to try out in the future, and there are both map and list views to help you keep track of your venues.


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I'm the founder of Mapstr... And I don't know how to describe it better than you did with your requirements. It's just the exact same app you describe: It allows you to save places on a map and group them by categories (e.g. restaurants, bars, clubs, ...). You can change the name of the location and add some comments to remember what the place was. You ...


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AFIK the Do Not Disturb does not have setting to let Text Messages through like phone calls. You can join the large group asking Apple to do it http://www.apple.com/feedback/


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You can't. Restoring from another device's backup will update to the latest iOS the restored device can use. The only way would be to restore from a backup initially made from that same device, using that iOS.


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The app iExplorer can export one, several, or all messages from your iPhone and save them in a number of ways. Once you have exported and archived the conversations onto your Mac or PC, you can delete them from your phone & reclaim space. The easiest takes each conversation and exports PDFs out of them with images attached in-line: Other options ...


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You need the original Apple ID to deactivate the Find my iPhone function on the phone. If the person who has it has put it on DFU mode, and its iOS version is 7 or higher, he will need the original Apple ID to reactivate it. You may wish to put the phone on "Lost Mode", that will put a message on the phone lock screen with information of your choice. ...


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It's not only possible – it's mandatory! Apple knew that they can't trust their fingerprint sensor to work 100% of the time, so they won't even allow you to enable Touch ID unless you also set a passcode. Once you've set them up, they're both equally capable of unlocking your phone. You can either "slide to unlock" and enter your passcode or just scan your ...


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[edit] Apparently the questioner didn't actually mean "Is there any way I can bu[y] an iPhone 6 in Japan And use it in Kazakhstan?" when he wrote that, but merely wanted to ask how to buy an unlocked iPhone in Japan. Here is a link to do so: http://kakaku.com/item/J0000013571/ Original answer below. Yes, you can use a Japanese iPhone in Kazakhstan. You ...



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