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I had same problem and fixed it by closing the app down then reopening it, selecting the updates tab, then quickly press on 'update all' before the app updates revert back to 'open'.. You only have a split second to do this but it did work


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Actually, Do Not Disturb is indeed your solution as it blocks ALL notifications EXCEPT the calls which you specifically allow. It will block message notifications. After you have configured the settings in Settings -> Do Not Disturb, all you need to do to enable it is swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap the moon icon. You can configure it to ...


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Try this... Put your iPhone in AirPlane Mode Go to Settings > General > Reset Reset Network Settings Reboot your Router Take you iPhone out of AirPlane mode.. You will be prompted to join your network again, and it should work this time...


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Try adding the video in iTunes and sync. You can create a playlist of all the videos you want to upload and then sync the playlist.


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I most definitely would not use the new MacBook for iOS development. The screen is too small, the hard disk is too small, the RAM is barely enough. And to add insult to injury, you have to buy a dongle in order to get access to more than one port. No thanks! Get a refurb 13-inch or 15-inch MacBook Pro (perhaps with Retina display), max out the RAM (from a ...


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I've actually noticed the opposite until recently - I used to lose all 'backlog' if my phone couldn't receive the message at the appropriate moment (I even tried to work round it - How to tell Messages "I'm not at home"?) However, your issue is slightly different, you are intentionally 'removing' your phone from any possible reception for ...


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I was looking for this 'automatic uploader' too. I downloaded the IFTTT app and added a recipe that checks if any new item is added to the camera row and, if so, store to google drive.


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It is possible that there is a problem with the port on the computer, either with the device now being blocked (which is sometimes done via policy in enterprise environments) or the port malfunctioning/disabled altogether. Do other devices, such as flash drives, work if you plug them into the same USB port you were using with your iPhone? If no devices are ...


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My resolution was to quit and reopen the Image Capture application. My iPhone then appeared as a connected device. In Image Capture, I then selected the device from the right sidebar and clicked on the triangle icon at the bottom left of the application's window. I set this to "No application" when the iPhone is connected. This way I don't have Image Capture ...


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The MacBook Retina models have a combined Airport/BT card. Before actually spending any money on parts I would suggest deleting the BT preference file, then perform an SMC reset. The file to delete is com.apple.bluetooth.xxxxx.plist (xxxxx = a string of charcters unique to your machine) and will be in /Library/Preferences/ByHost/ in your Home folder. If ...


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Your bluetooth controller is probably kaput. If your MBP is under AppleCare (hopefully still since it's a 2014), this should be covered under warranty. I would take to the local Apple Store for service If not, go to your local electronics retailer (Walmart will work here), get a usb bluetooth dongle, install and see if devices can connect. If they can, ...


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If you don't have "Find my iPhone" installed, alternatively call to your service provider (if the phone is on contract so they've the details). Some mobile companies can lock your phone with immediately effect over the phone.


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The "Current Period" time listed under iOS -> Settings -> Cellular only shows the amount of call time spent, or time you have used the phone, and not how long data has been in use for. Data only shows usage and does not reflect the amount of time. You'll have to mark when you reset the statistics to get an accurate count. An easy way to do this (one I use ...


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You can also try to click the circle / arrow thing in the upper left corner in the Contacts app.


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Apple removed the device list from Organizer in Xcode 6. Try going to Window->Devices. You should see your attached device in the list and from there you can enable development.


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I'd go for the 'not quite cave-man' approach - though still a bit manual... Launch Image Capture. Plug in iDevice Select any/all photos you wish to delete The Delete button is at the bottom of the window [the 'no-entry sign] Hope they fix it before they come out of beta.


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Best you can do is to tap the Home button. Green Battery level, top right, & briefly a charge percentage under the current time are your easiest indicators. When you first plug it in a double-buzz or a 'mim' sound is your clue it recognised the charger & is now charging.


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To go to the iOS AppStore from a Windows on OS X machine you need iTunes as that is the only app that knows about IOS things. However if you browse on the iOS device you go direct to the AppStore and don't need iTunes


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Sadly there is no led light for when it is charging it only vibrates/shows a picture of a battery


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You can't do it from a browser. iTunes is the only way to actually purchase something. However, you can use Settings > iTunes and App Store on your iDevices to configure them to automatically download any new media that gets attributed to your Apple ID, such that you'll automatically get any new apps that your Apple ID buys on any device.


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I think an App called "pushbullet" can probably do what you want. Pushbullet by Pushbullet https://appsto.re/us/02ptW.i Quick video of setup and demonstration: https://youtu.be/BVpUbJFLRvs


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I see this on my phone when the carrier name on the left is quite long, and icons on the left can get "pushed out" to the right of the time display.


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Its correct that you can click on Groups and then uncheck suggested contacts and it fixes the problem. However, in 15 or 20 min (Im assuming this is when the phone syncs back to exchange server) the suggested contracts gets checked again and the problem is back. Im not sure how to stop it from checking itself back on.


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Your account needs to have no money on it to change the region.


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You can use Photo Gallery [freeware - part of Microsoft Essentials] to import pictures from an iPhone/Pad to a Windows PC. To import photos from a camera, phone or other device, CD, or DVD Make sure that your device is turned on and connected to your PC, or that the disc is inserted into your PC's CD or DVD drive. Open Photo Gallery. Click ...


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You may be inadvertently saving the event to the wrong calendar. Often email accounts, such as Gmail automatically enable a calendar when being set up. If the event shows up only on your iPhone, and nowhere else, chances are your default calendar is set to something that you are not used to checking. When you create an event, scroll down to where you can ...


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It wasn't showing in Image Capture to me. What I was missing was to sync my iTunes and my iPhone (as I has recently upgraded to Yosemite). Syncing both solved the problem to me. Right after, I opened Image Capture again and my iPhone was there and all the photos were showing.


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When you create a new event, scroll down half way through the field and you will find a field called "Calendar". Tap this to find out which calendar your events are being written to. Then back at the main screen click on "Calendar" at the centre of the bottom bar. This will take you to a list of all your calendars where you can choose which calendar you ...


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Try downloading redsn0w and creating a DFU mode IPSW. Restore the IPSW with iTunes. Now that your phone is in DFU mode, you can totally wipe the iPhone and restore. You can download redsn0w here.


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It seems like you are pretty up on WiFi, so I won't go into all the inner workings. However, you did mention that the "handover takes ages." The handover is handled by both the device AND a controller. There is a setting (and generally not accessible by users) at what threshold the adapter begins looking for another good network. It is taking ages ...


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You can have the same SSID for multiple APs, this is how our campus network is set up, but there is a caveat that's worth knowing. When moving between APs we've noticed OS X has a tendency to "stick" to the first AP it has joined even if it's in the presence of another AP offering a stronger signal. Cycling the wi-fi can help with re-association to an AP ...


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To toggle from month to week view, turn the phone sideways. Day view is dependant on whether or not you have the list view on or off [highlighted in blue] If that's on, the day's events appear underneath the month. If it's off, tapping a day will take you to that day's view. Once in Day view, the same button will then toggle between single day & list ...


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Whilst you can pair one master with many slaves, as far as I'm aware, you cannot connect one slave to many masters simultaneously. You need to un-pair & re-pair each time. There is a rather complex guide to piconet & scatternet technology at the Bluetooth Developer Portal Bluetooth v4.0 spec distinctly says it cannot be done, however v4.1 says it ...


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When flashing custom firmware, you need to be very careful. Some firmwares can cause hardware-software communication issues, so when you think a setting has been changed, it may not have been. DO NOT send it in for repair. You've probably already voided the warranty. Try to go back to your original firmware and see if it works. Any communication errors ...


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Complete the form below to de-register from iMessage. It will send you an authorisation code via SMS to verify you own the phone number. https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage


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There could be several reasons for this as far as I can tell, but my solution, after hours of research was rebuilding the iTunes library. You might be able to check if this will actually work by addig some new music to your library and then trying to sync it to your device. If becomes available (black instead of gray in the Music section), then this might ...


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If you delete the app, all the data from that app gets deleted. That is how the phone forgets that app. If the app uses Game Center or another log in to retrieve game state from servers online, then you'll need to temporarily sign out of Game Center and possibly iCloud to remove those files from the phone as well. I'd start by signing out of Game Center ...


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It's a bit black magic - but after a wired sync with iTunes there's always some extra space freed up. I suppose this does some extra cleaning tasks the iDevice won't do by itself.


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Everything must first be on iTunes before it can be put on the iPhone. If the playlists and songs are not on iTunes on this new computer, it won't work, and syncing will only erase what you have on the iPhone, as it apparently has. In this case, all you can do to recover is: Restore from a backup previous to trying to sync music to this new computer, ...


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Looks like that iOS is taking some space since it says the capacity is 12GB even though (I'm guessing) your device is 16GB.


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I personally had this same message. I turned off iCloud backups, then turned it back on. Settings > iCloud > Backup. While it did as for my password the firs time, it has not asked since. If that dons't work, I suggest to again, turn off iCloud backup, delete the backup, then turn it back on. Settings > iCloud > Backup, turn off Settings > iCloud > ...


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iPhone 4s, both the CDMA and GSM models, has GSM hardware built-in. The only difference between the two models is whether the device supports CDMA, and in that case, which network it supports. A device sold by Virgin Mobile, which piggybacks on Sprint's network, may work in CDMA mode on the Sprint network once unlocked, though you would need to confirm this ...


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As an expansion to Macjack's answer, here's the process I just followed to retrieve the lock screen wallpaper on my phone. Looking in the /Users/<youruser>/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backups folder is effective but very time consuming, especially if you have a lot of files/images in your backup (my phone a 16GB iPhone 5 that is pretty full ...


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On the new Apple stores, for iOS 7.0 and 8.0 I think, at the top there is an option to switch between "iPad only" apps and "iPhone only" apps.


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Just remove your SIM. Then there's no chance of incurring any cellular charges, as you won't be able to connect to any network, but wifi and GPS should still work. (If you have a CDMA phone with no SIM then you can't roam anyway.)


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Try booting into Safe Mode. Safe Mode disables all tweaks, and unless the tweaks use something else, will not start Mobile Substrate. Force shutdown your phone. Now, turn it on. Hold down the volume up button until the phone turns on. Now you are in Safe Mode. Delete all tweaks, and slowly install them back, one by one, so you can see which one is causing ...


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According to this Apple documentation: When you archive a message, it moves to the All Mail folder. Mail doesn't delete the message from the Gmail account. Using the Archive setting replaces all delete options, including tapping the Trash icon while you view a message, and selecting Edit to manage multiple messages. Mostly important, turning it off ...


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No. The missing "bands" are physically missing hardware (antennas).


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An iTunes backup includes text messages. See this Apple page for what is included. Notice that to restore everything, including passwords, you need to encrypt the iTunes backup with a password.



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