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You should be able to plug any iPhone into a PC and (if the phone is generally working) it will show up as a storage device under My Computer. On a Mac it may be a bit more problematic as you have to go through iTunes. Perhaps you could tell us what errors show up on the Mac or PC when you plug your iPhone into your Mac or PC? BTW I have never heard ...


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Inside your iPhoto Library is a folder named Caches. This folder contains temporary thumbnails generated in circumstances such as a pending import. You can delete the contents of this directory, although iPhoto should manage it itself.


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Apple apparently didn't realise just how many photos people were going to want to keep online, so they've dramatically reduced the retention. If you want to keep photos, don't keep them on iCloud, keep them on your computer.


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The geolocation of each photo is stored inside the photo file itself, and goes with the photo when it is transferred to a computer or another device. This information will remain visible after being transferred onto your new phone.


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Typically the size of the SMS package is controlled by the network provider but it is on average 3 Meg per message. So a single photo will look sharp. How ever if you try to send multiple photos they have to fit in the 3 Meg bucket, and will be reduced in size. You best option is to use Dropbox or Google drive, Photobucket ect.... if you want to send ...


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Use ExifTool as described here: exiftool -gps:all= image.jpg


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Yes Yen, whenever you sync, update or restore your iPhone, the first thing iTunes does is create a backup file. This contains settings, SMS, camera roll etc - pretty much everything except media and apps. You should be able to choose the backup date/time you want to restore from in iTunes if there's a previous backup that will have more of your content.


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This is speculation until Apple makes an official announcement. Given that the iCloud Photos page doesn't mention Photo Stream once, and refers to "shared albums" instead of shared Photo Streams, I would guess that Photo Stream will be retired, yes.


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As for now, the only way to access iCloud Photo Library on a non-iOS device is https://beta.icloud.com/.


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The Apple way is to pick a folder on your PC for sync. You do this through iTunes, by connecting your phone and picking the photos tab. Full information here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4236 However, if it's just 1 or 2 photos, the easiest way is to use Dropbox (you have Dropbox right?). Put the photo in your Dropbox, go to the same folder using the ...


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Go to iTunes. Click on your iPhone/iPod/iPad. Go to Photos. If the "Sync All Photos" option is checked, un check it. You can reenable it later. Then, select your photo, and hit sync.


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Go to the photo in Photos, tap Edit, then tap the Crop button to show the Rotate button. Tapping the Crop button is what's new here as in iOS 7 this wasn't required.


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Import photos in Windows 8 Import photos and video from your device to your PC: Connect your iOS device to your computer. Move the cursor to the upper-right corner and click the magnifying glass icon. Type Computer and press Return. Right-click the logo for your device and click "Import pictures and videos." Click More Options. Click the Browse ...


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PhotoScope is a paid app available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that allows you to browse an iPhoto library on the local network without using iCloud or other services. It does, however, require a free helper app be installed on the Mac to enable this. (Note that I have not used PhotoScope and therefore, YMMV.)


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This is a known behavior with the iOS photos app. When you try to share the image, It always uses the original version of the picture which means without the crop or the iOS camera filters. Solutions to cropping the photo on iOS Crop the picture using a third-party app and export the image to the photos app Crop the picture and take a screenshot of the ...


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Terminal: diff You can compare two folders in Terminal using the following command: diff -rq /path/to/folder1 /path/to/folder2 To ignore folder hierarchy you can copy all the files out of a folder into a third folder, then compare these: find /path/to/folder2 -mindepth 2 -type f -print -exec cp {} /path/to/folder3 \;


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Click Select from the right upper corner, select the photos you want deleted and click delete.


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I've had the same problem, and managed to solve it by opening iTunes, which would automatically try to sync my iPhone with the computer. I had to choose 'trust this computer' on my iPhone. Then I could access my pics on Image Capture.


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iCloud Photo Library is available starting 2015 on OS X Until now, you have the chance to sync between iOS devices running both iOS 8 and have Photo Library activated. activate Photo stream and see your photos in iPhoto iCloud Photo Library is still Beta, and will come to the Mac in 2015, and to the icloud.com as well.


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I'm actually guilty here because it was me who discovered the "default write" command a few years ago that activated the hidden text selection feature. It was in my book Mac Kung Fu. In addition to the above solution, I'd add that the following might be needed, depending on how you implemented text selection in Quick Look: defaults delete -g ...


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OK. Please follow those steps : Open IPhoto 9.5.1 while pressing the "alt" key. Select "New". Name it Iphoto Library 2 for exemple. Press Enter, let IPhoto open. Now, go into your Pictures folder. Find the IPhoto Library. Click right onto it, choose "Show packets". Find the "Masters" Folder. Drag it with your mouse and drop it inside the IPhoto's window. ...


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Try HoudahGeo. Full disclosure: I am the developer of HoudahGeo HoudahGeo offers several ways for geotagging photos. My favorite is automatic geocoding using a GPS track log. Such a track log can come from an iPhone app or a GPS track logger. It has your exact position recorded every second or so. HoudahGeo matches the times on your photos to the timestamps ...


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One option is to use a GPS tracker (e.g. MyTracks) on your iPhone while you are shooting with your camera and combine the GPS track with the photos in iPhoto (or wherever you manage your pictures) afterwards.


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I'm sorry, you can't manually upload files to iCloud from your iPhone. Since iOS 8 Apple introduced iCloud Drive, which makes it possible to upload any file with a Mac (on Yosemite). You can only access those files on an iPhone when you're, for example, in the Dropbox app.



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