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Try this: Setting > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings


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You can double click the Home Button to see recently run apps and choose the previous one. There is not a hardware or software back button as there is on Android phones. Here is an apple article on iOS multitasking and background activity.


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This happens sometimes when an app installation or update fails and SpringBoard still shows the icon from cache. To fix it, try any of the following: Sometimes, holding down on any icon to start edit mode, then tapping the × to delete the placeholder will work fine. Reboot—this clears SpringBoard cache. If your device is jailbroken, run uicache as mobile, ...


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I was able to refresh my google calendars on iOS 8 by clicking on "Calendars" on the bottom of the screen, then just swiping down, just like you would when refreshing your mail inbox.


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iOS8 introduced a new Family Sharing feature; I would recommend that you keep separate IDs and invite your children to your account as family members: Family Sharing A new way to bring harmony to your family’s digital life. Family Sharing makes it easy for up to six people in your family to share each other’s iTunes, iBooks, and App Store ...


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If you visit the conversation in your iPhone/iPad in Messages, click on the 'Details' button in the upper right hand corner, scroll down to attachments, then press and hold one of the photos you'd like to transfer. Select "More" from the menu that appears. You should then see Apple's 'Select' arrows appear in the bottom of each attachment. From there, ...


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On your phone, open the Photos app and select Albums from the bottom. One of the albums is Recently Deleted. Once you delete the photos from there, and sync your phone, they should all be off the phone. The Recently Deleted album appears to work sort of like a trash can for deleted photos and videos, but with a 30 day expiration. If a photo or video ...


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Your phone is fine. The Speck CandyShell cases offer excellent protection. In general, the iPhone often takes falls quite well with the particular exception of shattered screens if it falls onto concrete/rock. I dropped my previous iPhone 4S multiple times and it was still in great condition. One time it fell from about 3' onto concrete and survived with ...


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I know there are some Bluetooth headphones (such as these ones that I can talk about from personal experience) that come with an optional audio cable, enabling them to be used as a standard pair of wired headphones in case the pairing malfunctions or something. It has the really awesome side effect of enabling the headphones to play two streams of audio at ...


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Sounds like you have bad EarPods. Take them back to the store where you purchased them if they are new.


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I went to a shop where there is a specialized department for iphone/ipad repairments (as suggested by @Tetsuiin). They told me the display was no longer working and it had to be replaced. They also replaced the home button. Now i got my iphone 4 back working like a charm again. By the way, i have noticed that my battery lasts more time. Looks like this new ...


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Actually this is possible!... Use the following instructions: 1. Tap the blue arrow next to the name of the AirPort Express WiFi network to view more options. 2. Select "Static" as the type of IP address, and then enter the following IP address and Subnet Mask : IP Address : 10.0.1.4 (for example) Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 Make sure you leave Router, DNS, ...


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You should be able to do something like this with a product like IK Multimedia's iRig (or a generic equivalent... of which there are plenty). The iRig splits the shared audio input and output on the iPhone/iPad headphone port. Plug a patch cable from your Mac's headphone port to the input on the iRig (you might need adapters to go from mini headphone to ...



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