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Try out Crisp, the email template keyboard, just released for iOS. It allows you to save unlimited templates and has iCloud sync across your devices. The best part - you can quickly send the template from any app (email, messages, social media) just by using the custom keyboard. You can download the Crisp - Email Template Keyboard at ...


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Try this. 1. Go to Settings > General > Date & Time Untoggle "Set Automatically" Manually set the date a year or two in the past Open "Photos" Select "Albums" If, like me, you had already cleared out everything from the Camera Roll and "Recently Deleted" folder, you'll smile to see that your "Recently Deleted" folder now has thousands of images back. ...


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No, your iPhone won't automatically update its software when connected to iTunes. You get an alert that your iPhone can be updated to newer version of iOS, but you can just close out of the window that the alert is in. Your iPhone may, however, automatically sync with iTunes when connected to your computer, but this can be disabled by unchecking a box in ...


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You'll get a notification to download and install it. You can opt out of this though.


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The latest iOS version supported by iPhone 4 is 7.1.2. There is no official way to install iOS 8 or newer on older iDevices. You can find a compatability list on Wikipedia.


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As another answer pointed out, iOS 8 uses FDE with passcode enabled, much the same way FileVault encrypts a hard drive on a Mac. The more data you have, the longer it will take to de-crypt or re-encrypt all this stuff as you toggle it. The secondary reason for this is by design: Mac OS and iOS have strong UNIX and BSD underpinnings, as most are aware (side ...


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Here are a few things that you can try. These will be non-technical answers to you question. Go to Settings>General>Date and Time and toggle the Automatic switch. This will set the correct time for your iPhone, as sometimes the App Store does not download apps to iPhones with their clock set in the future. Restart the iPhone by holding down on the ...


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as answered by stuffe, one of the possibilities is to use keychain syncing. there are 2 requirements phone must have the wifi password already computer must be able to access the internet if your iPhone is able to use "personal hotspot", then you can do this: turn on personal hotspot connect computer to personal hotspot - this will initiate the ...


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Everytime you turn passcode on, all your datas on device get crypted immediately, that's why it takes so much time!


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Download Microsoft Groove from the iTunes Store. Groove brings you all the music you love, every way you want it. OneDrive • Add your MP3s to OneDrive and play them wherever you go • Download playlists, albums and songs from OneDrive to enjoy your favourites even when you're off the grid • See at a glance what's available where (online, ...


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I have observed a similar problem with RunKeeper in the past (not on my iPhone 6 as of yet) and I believe it has to do with the phone struggling to accurately locate itself at that moment. iPhone's "zero-in" on their current location, starting with a big radius and shrinking it as it gets more accurate information. With that, it always assumes that it is in ...


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Make sure that there is no spinning wheel on top of the "Manage Storage" settings for if there is such a wheel, it indicates the loading of extra elements i.e. Music, Photos, etc. If you have lot's of Music i.e. above 4 or 5 GB, it could take time for the "Manage Storage" settings to bring the Music element on top. As a last resort, you can simply sync an ...


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Not sure about the legality of this, but there exist ways to transfer non-purchased songs from iPhone to iTunes. If you are on Mac, try Senuti (iTunes spelled backwards, mind the pun). If you are on Windows, try CopyTrans.


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Yes, as long as the iPhone is returned back to non-activated state, all contents are erased with no trace. The iPhone is returned back to non-activated state during both "Erase all Contents and Settings" and iTunes set up as new iPhone.


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If you already took notes locally on your iPad or iPhone prior to enabling iCloud note sync, there is not much you can do to push these notes to iCloud once you enable iCloud note sync. I believe that there are some paid apps for Windows that can do the trick all at once but not sure if it would not just be better to copy the notes one by one.


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There are two approaches that could lead to less power consumption: a display that is enabled to have a dedicated greyscale mode; less pixels to be in charge of software that automatically renders "less" if you tell it not to render any colors Whilst the first is definitely not applicable as the iPhone features an LCD screen, the latter is something I ...


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No, I'm afraid it does not reduce the power consumption of your device. LCD screens (which the iPhones use) use - almost - the same amount of power no matter what colour is being displayed, and the majority of this power is used by the backlight, so if you lower the brightness of the display you can actually save power. As far as I know, the Galaxy Note ...


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If you have only an iCloud account, it is probable that the contacts that don't appear there are local i.e. On your phone only. To upload them, do the following: Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars Select your iCloud account Find the "Contacts" switch and turn it off; it will ask if you want to keep the contacts on your phone or delete them ...


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Sorry, but the answer is no. There is no native solution to this. You can always turn off the camera settings though


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I had the same problem - not being able to update my apps under IOS 8.4.1. It had always worked before, but seemingly that function just randomly stopped working. Internet access was not the problem. DDPWNAGE's answer worked for me - well kind of. When I went to Settings/iTunes & App Store I didn't find a 'log out' option - instead I had a 'sign in' ...


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To add the person as a Contact so the caller ID displays as his/her name: Go to the Contacts App in your iPhone. Create a new contact by clicking the + icon at the top right. Enter a First name and other information. Tap the add phone (Green + icon) and add the phone number for the person. Repeat for other numbers such as Home and Work. Now when the ...


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iPhones will display the name of the caller if the incoming number is a match with a phone number field in one of your Contacts.


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No - iOS versions up to and including iOS 9 do not allow you to forward, edit, share or otherwise push a voicemail that is stored on the device. You'll need to avail yourself to a jailbreak mod (I don't recommend this) or a tool to read the files from the phone when it's paired with a computer. You can use USB or WiFi pairing and there are many choices of ...


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It's likely Apple can support you with iCloud if your account has a problem. Before calling them, though you will want to check and see under the Settings app what you have configured under Mail, Contacts, Calendars. It's entirely likely your iCloud contacts are exactly what https://www.icloud.com/#contacts shows. Make a backup of the phone to a computer ...


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Contacts app have groups of contacts, ie. Google contacts, Hotmail contacts, Facebook contacts and then iCloud contacts. To see the different groups, go to Contacts, at the very top you will see Groups, just tick iCloud and untick the rest. Now scroll down to the bottom and see if you have 500 contacts or 203. If you have 203, it means that all your ...


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Well you would need to get the Apple ID first, then reset it with your Apple ID. To recover your ID password: iForgot


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The only thing you can do is jailbreak your iphone and download fake gps you can put a fake location anywhere you want on the map and they will see that while you are some where else


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Just press on "send to voicemail" (the middle option) and the call will be rejected.


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First, check to see what application is consuming battery power. To check this, open Settings>General>Usage. Under Battery, touch 'Battery Usage'. After some loading time, you will see a list of Applications that have used Battery power in the last 24 hrs and last 7 days. If there is an application using a significant percentage of power that you have not ...


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From your description, they had the PIN for only the time it took to unlock it, check it was working & hand it to you - a matter of seconds. There's nothing else they can do with it unless they also still have your phone. The PIN itself doesn't provide access to anything other than the phone, has nothing to do with your iCloud account, App Store, ...


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Apple has a battery replacement program for iPhone 5. You can check eligibility on this Apple page Apple has determined that a very small percentage of iPhone 5 devices may suddenly experience shorter battery life or need to be charged more frequently. The affected iPhone 5 devices were sold between September 2012 and January 2013 and fall within a ...


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Try Image Capture. In the bottom left is (maybe just a small arrow in a box that expands to) a dropdown titled "Connecting this iPhone opens:". Select "No application." This should disable iTunes, iPhoto, Photos, etc.


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Unless you're jailbroken, there's no way to recover them if you don't have a backup.


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You can only get them back if you happen to have a recent ( iTunes / iCloud ) backup of your device before you deleted those memos.


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You need to make your apps in Xcode 7 to run on your iDevice without any developer program. You need to sign in with your Apple ID. For more details visit the Xcode 7 site. It's in beta 6 now. https://developer.apple.com/xcode/ If you need Xcode 6 or lower, paying the fee is the only alternative.


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You need to turn off WiFi before you leave the coverage area (or more precisely - before you reach the point where WiFi is still "connected" but not viable.) In iOS 9 there will be a system setting to allow cellular data to take over sooner, but on iOS 8 and less, your device will throw errors when WiFi fails you and before the radio disconnects from WiFi. ...


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It sounds (no pun intended) like a software issue. Try this: Hard reset Hold down the home and reset buttons simultaneously until you see the  logo. let go of both buttons together The phone will restart. This may fix your issue. I had a similar problem recently. A reset did the trick. If this doesn't work, a trip to the Genius Bar at your local ...


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Get some compressed air (don't just blow into it) and blow the headphone jack clean of any dirt, lint, or other debris. A toothpick might help clean it out, too.


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even if you think you do not need to know the endianness someone might do. No need to explain why someone does not need it because you may do not know the context. The question is not "do I need to know endianness" but rather "is it big- or little endian". So concentrate on the subject please! Having said that probably it is the best practice if we do not ...


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If you go to the folder that the backup was made there is a list of different coded long numbered folders there, use the list of the available iphone backups to determine the backup you want to restore. Inside that folder there will be an info.plist file open it with a text editor. It will have the version of the IPSW in that file. Search for "Product ...


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I don't believe that there is any spinning pinwheels in iOS. What your users are likely reporting is a UIActivityView spinning round and round and don't understand the difference between the two (you know how some users are...).


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Double click the home button. Double tapping without clicking will do as you have observed. Be sure to depress the home button twice. The behavior of the double tap is to allow for easy reach of the top of the interface when using one hand.


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Ive noticed this is now solved on my iphone, im not 100% sure how i did it but the 2 notable things i did very recently were : a) rename the iphone from "iphone(3)" to "Sam's iPhone" b) turned off icloud on the iphone then turned in back on Not sure which one solved it, would be good if any one who has this issue does the same and report back to be able ...


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Open iTunes, then (if on mac) click the word iTunes in the menu bar and turn on "iCloud Music Library" this will sync all music and playlists to your iCloud, and will be matched with content found on iTunes. If on Windows, open iTunes. Then in the File menu, click preferences, and turn on iCloud Music Library. After this, you will need to open settings ...


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It depends on the other device that shows your online status, If you sync the device it will show your status online.


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You may be able to access individual iCloud files if you have a Mac. I've done this (admittedly not recently though). There are instructions here: http://www.macworld.com/article/2310807/how-to-access-icloud-files-from-your-mac.html


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Apple has provided detailed steps about how to restore files from iCloud on this page, you should have a look. https://support.apple.com/kb/ph12521?locale=en_US


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Really, like with all beta software, bugs are to be encountered in the iOS 9 Beta. In fact, that's the point of betas, let certain users find and report bugs so that Apple, or whatever developer, can fix them before the software reaches mainstream adoption. So, unfortunately, all you can really do is report those bugs to Apple, using Feedback Assistant, then ...


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If you did a full backup, then yes, you can recover your voice memos again. I found this even works across phones when I have tried it -- awesome! But if not, they are lost for good, afaik, and you cannot recover them again. They're gone. This is why I usually consider Voice Memos obsolete, and would recommend recording voice snippets with the Camera ...


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If you have GarageBand ( on you iPhone will be best) You can create a ringtone using the instruments and recoding features. Open GarageBand. Click the (+) symbol to open a new Song . Choose your instrument or sample. Play something you like while recording. (red button) Stop the recording when done. ( I assume you can do an edit if need be.) Click ...



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