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Yes, generic earphones/headphones/earpods will work fine with an iPhone. I have several non-Apple headphones and earphones from various manufacturers and they've all worked, including the play/pause, ff/rw, volume buttons. As long as you purchase from a reputable company and manufacturer, like you've indicated in your question, you'll be ok.
No, you don't have to be concerned. Open up Activity Monitor, select All Processes from the menu at the top and look for something like "WirelessRadioManagerd". If you see that, there's the source of the logs. Regarding the log's contents: they are debug (trace level, as the log suggest) logs for some of the Handoff functionality. The WirelessRadioManagerd ...
This is an old question, but I just face the same problem without finding any quick solution. CUPS documentation indicates that the use of ServerName "does not work on OS X 10.7 or later because sandboxed applications do not always have direct network access." :'( One possible workaround is to use the terminal and send the jobs to the server using the lp/...
On your PC/Mac, go to http://youtube.com/tv (that's not your usual URL, it's the "Lean Back" mode) Go to settings -> Pair a Device (on the sidebar, on the PC) Once instructed to do so, go to your phone and just navigate to http://youtube.com/pair ... if you have the YouTube app, it will ask if you want to open on that app, say yes - if you don't - just move ...
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