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Ok. I think I have found a solution. If you have a dual-frequency router like I do, all you need to do is go into your router settings and set different SSIDs for your 2.4GHz and 5Ghz networks. Doing that has fixed my airplay issue instantly. Enjoy!!


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No, there's no way to see which words you have looked up previously in the dictionary using the "Define" shortcut in various apps.


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Yes, you need to be reasonably close to the 5v spec and supply at least 500 milliamps (directly via USB), or ~12w via the iPad charger but that will give losses on the DC-AC-DC conversion. There is a protocol to inform the iPad over USB that it can draw more than 500ma, but in practice it isn't required. Only the iPad 3 is insufferably slow to charge that ...


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Just leave it alone and it'll go away. I had the same problem on my phone and it didn't go away for about a day. It turned out that I was checking how much space I had used up and it was still loading all the information.


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this is all related to the new upgrade of IOS7, the charger and cable are still good but Apple is trying to stick us into their products... you can still charge your device by rebooting it while charging :)


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FaceTime is not implemented in this fashion. FaceTime is an Apple-to-Apple communication platform. From Apple's FaceTime for Mac troubleshooting page, they list the following devices as supported by FaceTime: Macs running Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.6 or later iPod touch (4th generation) or later iPhone 4 or later iPad 2 or later (including iPad mini) ...


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Voltage does matter, it must be =<5V. You can use a simple voltage regulator to keep yourself from going over. You can also wire the panels so that they don't go over 5 (if each panel does 1.5V, 3 panels get you 4.5V, which will work but be slower. So the 4 panels will give 6 Volt and the 5 Volt Zener diode will cut off the access 1 volt Wattage is ...


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What you are seeing is the visualizer in iTunes. Right now its just in idle mode. It will dance if you play something. Hold down Command and press T to turn it off.


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The iPad, having a bigger battery, is designed to pull up to 2.1 Amps at 5V. Most chargers are designed to be 5V at a max of 500mA. That 500mA is divided into both charging the iPad and running it at the same time. If you have the iPad on and doing stuff, most of the power being supplied is going to running, which will make charging take forever. When ...


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The recommended power for an iPad charger is 12W. The power of the iPhone charger is 5W. So you should get the iPad charger to charge your iPad.


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Just go to http://www.unlockit.co.nz on your iPhone and follow the instructions. There are similar sites as well that do the same thing, and you don't even have to be jailbroken. There are some tweaks that enable the APN settings in the Cellular section of the Settings app, though, if that's what you really want.


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You can do this with Onavo Count Onavo Count monitors and analyzes all types of mobile data and phone use. This includes background, foreground, and Wi-Fi use.


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First, check if their physical footprint still exists. Go to Settings > General > Usage and check the amount of storage available, do you notice that there is a lot of used storage ? You can also check it through iTunes, which might show used memory labeled as Other. I lost all my pictures and videos after jailbreaking my phone, yet iTunes showed that they ...


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If you want to remove your phone number from your iMessage account, go to http://appleid.apple.com and press the button for "Manage your Apple ID".


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Re-try again, then run Console for any further details. For advanced solution try to Download and install OS X USB Debug Kits which will provide more information about USB device and interface detection, driver and interface matching, driver loading and information generated as a result of normal and abnormal conditions.


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Free method that works, with a jailbroken iPhone at least: 1) Install openSSH on your iPhone from cydia, or apt-get, if you prefer the terminal. 2) Install python 2.7.x.      As of this writing the latest version is 2.7.6. 3) download libusbmuxd.      https://github.com/libimobiledevice/libusbmuxd ...


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Photo Timestamps is a third party app that provides this information. It's not free, but it's also not $4.99. It's got a really clean, minimal interface (obligatory disclosure: I made it).


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You can update your iPhone 3GS using iTunes as usual. For unlocking an iPhone 3GS I would suggest you with remote unlocking service from ClassicUnlocking.Com this method of unlocking is safe, simple, affordable, quick and permanent. It doesn't require a jailbreak too. Good luck.


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I've just been through this and this is what worked for me: First make sure your phone is unplugged from iTunes on your computer. Go to the iTunes Store on your computer and hide all your purchased music. (Probably you just need to hide the music you don't want but I hid everything because you can still select the song manually to sync to your phone). ...


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NEW: BETTER SOLUTION: If set up optimally, is USB or WIFI faster when syncing an iPhone 4 with iOS 5 to iTunes? Wi-Fi is MUCH FASTER. Lifehacker and company are wrong IF things are set up well/optimally!! Optimal: Use 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi ONLY between the iDevice and the router. Use a wired (Fast or Gigabit) Ethernet connection or 5 GHz between the router ...


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It used to happen to me on my iPhone 4S. either force reboot your iPhone, pressing home button and power button for a few seconds, or switch it off for a few mins and then start it again. It fixes the issue. I am not really sure what causes it, i guess it sometimes does it on extended use of phone.


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With iPhone 5+'s lightning port (I know this isn't for that model but still could be an overlap), my problem turned out to be that lint was inside of my iphone's charger port and was blocking one of the pins from making a connection. Cleaned that out and the problem was solved


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I face this issue in small businesses that with OS X. I have yet to find a good solution other than disconnect and reconnect to grab the closer IP.


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Remove the 2 screws next to the charging port and slide the back off. Carefully pry the battery clip out and your phone will shut off. Plug it back in and your phone will turn on again. NOTE: you can damage your phone if this isn't done correctly. Be careful!


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Assuming your iPhone is connected to Find iPhone, on erasing you should receive an email stating it has been erased. If its offline( assuming its still connected with your apple account), it will erase as soon as it comes online next. Login to your iCloud account, and go to Find my iPhone. click on the All Devices dropdown, It should show you the status of ...


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When the device is erased, you should receive an email notification informing you that the device has successfully been erased. This is regardless of whether the device was online or offline when you clicked Erase, since the next time the device is online the device will be erased and an email will be sent. If your device is online, the remote erase ...


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You can check iPhone/iPad purchase date and contract status with this IMEI checker - www.iphoneox.com It doesn't show where you purchased the phone, but it should show the original carrier which narrows things down substantially. Also this checker shows whether a carrier lock is active against that device.


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You can find your ios device originality by giving your model number or serial number into this link. The serial number contains 15 alphanumeric characters. It will display in back side of device or you can found by connecting your device in iTunes. https://selfsolve.apple.com/agreementWarrantyDynamic.do


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I found a quick way that worked. Go to the mail setting Unselect mail (checkbox) leave the others as they were. This takes a minute or so and the corrupt e-mail go. Then reselect mail and the correct ones appear.


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Restore the device with iTunes (connect the device and click Restore in iTunes). Once the device is restored, set up the device using an iTunes backup and select the iTunes backup that you made before you restored the device. If you want the device jailbroken, jailbreak the device using evasi0n 7.


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Bluetooth keyboards ARE available with the keys that you need. For example Apple makes this one: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC184S/B/apple-wireless-keyboard but I am sure there are others. You have to also set the layout in iOS. Tap on Finnish in the list of active keyboards and go to the Hardware part of the menu that appears and choose ...


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Apple will not link the Apple ID with the device unless you use the ID. Turning on services such as Find My iPhone will result in linking the device and the Apple ID so you can find it. This means that if you lose it, go to icloud.com, and report it as lost, the device will lock itself and ONLY the password of the linked ID can unlock the device (also known ...


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You can easily import photos from your iOS device using iPhoto, Image Capture, or Aperture. The easiest way is using Image Capture, to do so just: Connect the iPhone to the computer. If Image Capture doesn't open, you'll have to go to the Applications folder and open it. Now you could either just drag and drop the images you want to save or choose where ...


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Please check out What is other on iPhone Storage to get a nice way in finding your hidden storage waste. Also to give you a nice way to fix this. Restore your iPhone to the most recent version and then place the backup file back. Don't just update as it won't remove anything. Also check out this Apple KB about the space issue. To summarize Apple's ...


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this is an older version of iOS, so I'm going to take a wild guess and say Mail is probably taking you a few GBs.. and as answers I'd say you could either update your iOS version to latest or you could plug it into iTunes and it'll tell you what category data it's using space on, but I'm pretty sure it's your Mail. Go in your Mail settings to reduce the ...


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Try ubersense app. In my opinion you do not need the high speed video cameras to get 99% of the info you are after. You can also use your iPhone from on top of the fence with a qm-1 from mytennistools.com


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This should answer your questions: Advantages - http://www.onlinemobilesupport.com/the-advantages-of-jailbreaking-your-iphone/ Tethering Ultimate Customizations Download Useful Apps from Cydia Disadvantages - http://www.onlinemobilesupport.com/disadvantages-jailbreaking-iphone/ A Chance of Bricking your iPhone Temporary Void of Warranty SSH Hacking ...


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I had the same problem: Network Activity icon constantly spinning on home screen, even with all apps closed. I turned off my iPhone and then turned it back on. Problem solved.


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That was never gonna work, apple stop signing everything under iOS 7.1. So u cant downgrade at all. Unless you have an iPHone 4 with SHSH blobs and downgrade to iOS 6.1.3


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The MBA build in cameras wont do high rate frames per second needed for your purpose. They are a web camera type and the CCD/CMOS chip is not of a kind that can do that, regardless of the software. iSight is a webcam, with video capture at 30 frames per second in 24-bit color. On the iPhone there is a chance since it has an improved camera: The iPhone 5s ...


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Just clean the charger port using clean toothbrush and blowing air into the port...it could be because of some dust particle.


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/Library/Wallpaper is a symlink to the relevant location on the device. The actual location is /var/stash/Wallpaper.xxxxxx/<iOSdevice> with xxxxxx being a generated string and <iOSdevice> being the type of iOS device (e.g. iPhone). The wallpapers are contained within this folder along with the thumbnails.


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This method works 100%... Well, there may be some exclusions regarding the battery life of the iPhone, iPad or iPod. I'd say as long as the device has 30% + battery life remaining or it's currently being charged that this will absolutely work. I found that the easiest thing to do is to reboot your wireless router. This anyone can do easily and with ...


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Since you are using the DD-WRT on your router there is a set up you can use to limit the bandwidth for specific IP or MAC. Here are the instructions how to set up the QoS (Quality of Services) and more instructions here.


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If you have iCloud backup enabled, you can reset your iPhone and restore it from the backup, which should contain your photos. You can check this from Settings -> iCloud -> Storage & Backup -> Manage Storage -> (your phone's name) and there you'll see the size of the last backup. If this reflects the state your phone was in before you deleted the photos, ...


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Yes, downloads from iTunes on a desktop computer will count By account


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Plug your phone into iTunes to get a backup Get your husband to either remove your phone from his iCloud find my phone by logging into iCloud.com ( or he can type the password to allow you to remove his iCloud from your phone or he can tell you the password and the. Change it a third time) Until you have find my phone turned off with his permission, your ...


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As this is tagged photo-stream I presume that you 'backed up' to Photo Stream. You can recover the photos from your Photo Stream by opening the Photo Stream on your computer. ~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/sub Inside this folder are all the photos from your Photo Stream. Copy them to your new phone.


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It sounds like there was something wrong with your syncing... To back up photos, try to import them via dropbox. Just treat it like a camera: https://www.dropbox.com/help/307/en And for other data, try syncing over iTunes app via cable: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1386 Good luck!


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I don't really know why people always think their device is being hacked after something weird is happening in their eyes. If she made a backup on a computer, and someone put that version back - they have access to the complete iPhone after restoring it on another device. Can this be the case? If not, he said things during fights on iMessage? Maybe he just ...



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