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One known condition for the install is that the device must have ~5GB free space for the temporary download of the installer file. You should delete unused apps, music and photos/movies from your iPod before you run the installation. The iPod should give you an error message saying the device doesn't have enough room.


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So far we concluded it is a iOS- 8 issue. My online chat with Bose support came with same result, it is not a Bose problem. It is not officially confirmed by Apple, but sure they are working on a fix already.


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Squeeze the phone right above the headphone jack. If this works, you have a bad connection in the internal jack. It could be from lint, or a damaged internal connector. The connection is not being made soundly against the jack, and squeezing the phone, forces the physical connection. Repair may be as easy as cleaning out the jack, or using compressed air, ...


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Nobody can answer that with 100% certainty. We do not know your workmanship skills, and if you made any errors. You could charge the battery without the screen connected. Using the Computer to charge it is safer anyway since the current from computer is limited and less then from the charger for what ever is it worth.


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They are referring to the "Purchased" under the "Quick Links" section on the right of the iTunes Store Home Page. Once you do this "Songs of Innocence" will be added to your "Purchased" playlist on the left.


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It is confusing because it says it is already downloaded to your "Purchased" folder in itunes but I couldn't find it there. Eventually I found it sitting in the "Recently Added" folder. Just click the cloud icon to download it to your library.


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I had the same problem in iTunes on the Mac. To "resolve", I logged out of the store in iTunes. After this, the "purchased" label on the album turns to "free" and allows you to download the album including the booklet.


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Following your hint on Headphone jack. When using headphones only (no microphone) (the ones with the 2 black ring plug) the system activates the built in microphone. When not plugged in, the system now thinks you plugged in an external microphone and it will not activate the built in one. The reason for that would be a STUCK contact pin in the jack. It ...


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If you go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account, then choose iCloud. At the bottom of the next screen you'll see Get a Free Apple ID.


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Open System Preferences Go to General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch Turn assistive touch on Then, an icon that looks like: Will pop up somewhere on you screen. Tap it. Then: Tap device Tap more and finally tap shake Hope that helps!


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There are two ways: Search the App Store to see if there are any apps that do this (see Google Search) Write an App that does it (see StackOverflow)



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