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Here is a possible fix for the trouble you are having: Before continuing, if you know your iCloud password, follow the instructions here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1212#recoverymode. Remember to still backup anyways (just in case). If you have forgotten your password, continue. 1) Connect your phone to iTunes on a Mac or PC. Next, back it up to either ...


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Your question isn't making sense. If your device is without a network connection, you can remove find my phone from the device and then restore it on any iTunes. If your device has network connection, you can remote wipe it and start over to set it up. What happens when you plug it into iTunes to restore it?


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They are still two separate devices. Restoring from a backup does not change that. So the next time each one runs a backup, it will be done separately, even if the devices have the same name. (That said, I would suggest for ease of identification, you change the name on one.)


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In Contacts Version 8.0 (1371) running on OS X 10.9.4, you can export a multi-card file in the .vcf format as follows: Launch the Contacts application. Ensure that all your contacts are showing by clicking "All Contacts" in the Groups panel. (If you don't see the Groups panel, which starts with "All Contacts," on the left side of the window, choose View > ...


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Near the top of the page it says "[#] items downloading". Tap on that statement and you get a new page with all the stuck episodes. You can swipe each one to delete them. That worked for me.


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When you find the file in Time Machine, you can right-click it and select "Restore xyz to ..." . That lets you choose a destination folder.


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There is a free application called iPhone Backup Extractor that will help you extract data from an iPhone backup. it will convert the files you see in the backup with randomly generated names to things you will recognise. When you run the application and identify the backup you want it to use it'll give you a list of all the application data contained ...


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Yes, the factory reset deletes all contents and restores your phone to its newly-bought condition but other than that, you can still call/text whoever you like.


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Try using cmd + R during startup and booting to the Recovery HD. Booting to Recovery HD. Open up DiskUtility from the menu and you should be able to access the drives and re-partition them and restore the OS again.


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@grgarside is correct. I will add a couple other notes. I have used this iPhone 3GS since it was released 5 years ago, most of the time, I have not even used a case. It just keeps going. Just a couple of week ago, I decided that it was getting unacceptably slow and so I decided to do a full reset. Most of your apps should restore just fine with this ...


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Connect the device to iTunes and click Back Up Device. Once the backup is complete, click Restore iPhone and follow the instructions to restore iOS on your iPhone. Once this is complete, iTunes will prompt you to restore your backup which will restore all your data back to your device. All your data will be restored to your device except account passwords ...


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I was able to solve the problem through a combination of updating to iOS 8 and restoring to a new phone. I can't say for sure which step solved the problem but I suspect it was the new version of the Podcast app in iOS 8. The ghost podcasts did show up after the restore to the new phone but the episodes weren't trying to download. A quick delete of the ...


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Apple is no longer signing iOS 7, while you can manually update to v7.1.2, it won't activate. http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/09/26/apple-stops-ios-712-code-signing-restricts-downgrading-from-ios-8


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You can not use the find my phone if it was not activated. The next best thing you can do is report it as stolen, and it will be added to the world wide IMEI data base so it can not be used legally. And there is this option but http://www.gsma.com/technicalprojects/fraud-security/stolen-phone-checking need to be fulfilled. IMEI Look Up Service – ...


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I'm not sure of the exact steps, but after backing up and updating the OS to 7.0.1 via iTunes, the warnings went away.


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It is odd that you didn't ever set up a password but when restoring, iTunes still asks for password. Here are several ways you can have a try: Sign Out of and In Again to iTunes Account Disconnect your iPhone with computer by extracting your iPhone digital cable out of the USB port. Sign out of your iTunes account. Connect your iPhone again back to ...



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