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I locked myself out of my iphone That was silly of you I don't know my password... Even sillier. You are required to know your password. It's 2015 - passwords are as essential to modern life as keys. Take your phone, contract, purchase receipt etc. to the nearest Apple store. They can reset your account access. Note that if your next comment is ...
Yes, what you need to do is go into settings on the iPhone, then iTunes & App Store, and disable Automatic Downloads of Music. Apple applied the U2 album to everyones account so if u have this option turned on, then it auto downloads.
No matter if you delete it on your developer account, the users will continue with that app until they will update or delete it. No more options here.
Removing them from your hard drive has no bearing on whether they show up in iTunes. You have to actually remove them from iTunes, too. (Right-click > Delete or Edit menu > Delete while the song is highlighted) The (nearly) only time iTunes knows whether a file in the iTunes library actually exists on the hard drive is when you try to play it. Also, if you ...
There's a kind of easy way to solve this as I found out recently. All it involves is using the same credit/debit card details on both iTunes accounts. Yes, a little bit of a nuisance and there's no logic at all as why it would be this way but it solved it for me with my Macbook that I share with my daughter. 2 separate Apple ID's and 2 separate iTunes match ...
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