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iCloud's "play a sound" feature will ding even with the phone on silent.
It looks like the developers have decided to isolate each new version to be an app in its own right. Owning v1, 2 or 3 does not automatically get you v4. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/goodreader/id777310222?mt=8 The amazing 4th edition of GoodReader® app is a universal app for all your iOS devices. This version is a further step in development ...
Not on iOS 9.1 and earlier. Also, the wifi isn't always "randomized"
In Gmail Settings, under General, check the following option: Then go to Contacts and delete all the Other Contacts that were previously added automatically. Performing this action in Gmail will be faster than on your iPhone because you can select all those contacts with a single click. Then, just wait for the deletions to propagate to your iPhone.
Yes - it's a built in formatting command so you don't have too mess with formulas like FLOOR or ROUND. Here are the steps: 1) Select the cell containing the number 2) Select the paint brush from top bar (4th from right) 3) Then select Format Tab (rightmost) 4) From dropdown select Number 5) Tap the i to the right of Number 6) From Number tab and under ...
At the time of deleting the app there was a popup: "Remove Angry Birds from Game Center? You will no longer be listed on leaderboards for Angry Birds. Keep / Remove". If you clicked "Remove", there is no possibly recovery for your game data in iCloud.
The generic Selfie Stick button emulates the volume down button action on the iPhone. Initial iterations of iPhone(3G,4,4S) did not use the volume button as a shutter. iPhone 5 and above introduced the volume down button as the "shutter key" Alternatively, [Camera+] built the feature into their app back in 2011 for this purpose. Try the Selfie stick ...
You can only change what a right swipe does in iOS. You can change what the middle option on a left swipe is, but a full left swipe will still be delete/archive. Check out settings -> mail, contacts and calendar -> swipe options.
This video shows that you can use MacBook 12" 29W USB-C Power Adapter with iPad and iPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWzbaH24Q0Y
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