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Not on the device, no—that's the purpose of the passcode lock. However, if you have access to the computer that has synced with the device, you can do a backup by connecting the device and pressing Sync even with it locked. Then, restore the device and restore the backup.
Exiftool is going to be the easiest way to do this. Here is a script that generates KML output for a list of images. You can modify this if you want a KML path, etc... #! /usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ Create a KML file based on exif data Requires exiftool to have been installed Usage: exif2kml.py *.jpg > output.kml """ import ...
Were you able to get your pictures? If not try Iexplorer. It shows all content on the phone and you can easily export the entire library.
After navigating to Settings > General > Usage as suggested by @dwightk at the top of the page you will see your Storage Available and Used. If your Storage Available is too low, you will not be able to take any more photos. Underneath this then is a list of all the storage space used by Apps, and how much each App uses. This list is sorted in descending ...
AFAIK you can't use the adaptor/cable for this. Alternatively you can email the photos to an account configured on the iPad or install Dropbox on both devices and use this for syncing photos.
The image is located at the following location. Change it and reboot. /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/LoginUIKit.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/LoginUICore.framework/Versions/A/Resources/GuestUser.png GuestUser@2x.png is the image used for Retina displays
Share does does not provide the option to send via email or other options except send in iOS 7.
If you had Photo Stream enabled, as many as the most recent thousand will be available on there. Unfortunately, without a backup to iTunes or import from another app, they will no longer be on the device in an accessible way. I'm surprised the Genius who helped you didn't stress this point more emphatically.
You can email it as an attachment to another email address. For emailing single photos, I got around this problem by setting up a secondary email account and emailing it to myself there. Then I checked the email account from my laptop. For multiple pictures, I had to use a windows machine (Windows 7). I just plugged the iphone into the PC's USB and it ...
The most efficient way would be to use Box or Dropbox. If you're looking for a "just works" solution, iCloud drive in iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite would also work.
I would recommend Pushbullet. You can send just about any message or file between a phone and a computer extremely simply. The catch is that the receiver of the pushbullet must have the Pushbullet chrome extension installed.
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