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Resetting your iPhone will not impact the contract (data plan) you have with a carrier. You will loose all data stored on the phone itself though, so make sure you have a backup (or, if you store your data in the cloud, the login/password data for all your online accounts).


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If you want it back to the default setting, then in a Terminal run the following commands: defaults delete com.apple.screencapture location killall SystemUIServer The default location is the User's Desktop and does not require the location key to be set in the com.apple.screencapture.plist file, hence the location key is just deleted as it only exists ...


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The problem is that the command: defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Desktop/ will set the default location for screenshots to be /Desktop/. What you actually want is to set it to be /Users/yourusername/Desktop/. Try this, replacing yourusername with the username for your account: defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Users/...


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I like to use BackupLoupe to locate the files I want to restore and not actually do the lifting. Once you have a Finder window - you could use Finder to show you the progress of the copy or even use a tool custom designed for syncing folders that can be paused / stopped / resumed. http://www.kaleidoscopeapp.com does file merges primarily but it's also ...


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I know that this is an old thread, but I have recently struggled with that problem so I thought that I would post what seems to have fix the problem for me. After upgrading my iPhone 5S to an iPhone 6, I restored my profile and started re-downloading all the data and files. When I got to the Podcasts app, it tried to re-download a podcast episode from a ...



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