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To turn off notifications: sudo defaults write com.apple.usbd NoiPadNotifications -bool YES sudo killall usbd To turn them back on: sudo defaults delete com.apple.usbd NoiPadNotifications Via Craig Hockenberry
An earlier post suggested deleting Basso.aiff and replacing it with a copy of another sound renamed "Basso.aiff". A safer alternative to deleting Basso is to rename it to something else (like "Basso-BACKUP.aiff"). That way, if you ever decide you want to get the sound back, it's not gone forever. Or you could make a backup copy of it in some other directory. ...
So far the only way I've found to do this is to manually choose the alert style for the app in Notification Center. The default is banner, so enabling push notifications requires setting the alert style to banner, turn on badging, sounds and enable in notification center, and similarly disabling all these (banner style to none) to disable. I really wish ...
If you ran sudo defaults write /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui KeepAlive -bool False, it actually disables Notification Center because it changes the permissions of the plist from 644 to 600. If you change KeepAlive to false some other way that doesn't change the permissions of the plist, the NotificationCenter process is still ...
Just unloading the plist still works for me: launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui.plist If the plist is not loaded, sudo defaults write /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui KeepAlive -bool False should have no effect.
You could assign a keyboard shortcut to a script like this: tell application "System Events" to click window 1 of process "Notification Center"
Have you tried using a powered USB hub that provides enough juice to actually charge the iPad?
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