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Hit “enter Time Machine” Press the key combination shift-command-C Then (very important) select a red bar to go back in time Explanation: dull red bars represent backups you cannot access, bright red bars you can Then from Macintosh HD navigate to desired folder you want to restore Backups will now be accessible and you can select the folder you want to ...


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When you delete a file, the file is not actually deleted. The file will actually just be hidden and marked by the system as 'deleted'. When you download something from the internet par example, the files marked as 'deleted' will be overwritten by the downloaded file. On Mac it's possible to safe those files marked as 'deleted' before they are overwritten by ...


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I found the answer with iMazing https://imazing.com . What I did was copy the entire iTunes backup folder from my USB drive to the iTunes backup folder in my machine. Then I ran the app and went to the app (app has to be installed) in the connected phone. Then I right clicked the app and select extract. At this point, I selected extract from current backup (...


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If you see this isn't eligible for the requested build this means that Apple has stopped signing the 4.3.3 update. Sorry.


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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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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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Looks like I got it...I noticed my iTunes would say there was no updated version available, but the latest version to download (new) from the website was a higher version number. So I re-installed iTunes on my computer and it seemed to work! Yay!


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I had a hardware problem showing error 29.Had to take the phone to a hardware engineer who fixed the chip.


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Three things come to mind one have you tried resetting doing a hard reset by holding home button and the power off button till the apple logo comes up and says to connect to iTunes then connect to iTunes and restore another couple of lil tricks are hold the power button till it brings up slide to power of instead of powering off ur phone hold down the home ...


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The only option will be to wipe your iPad (restore it to factory settings). Apple talks about this on their support site: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204306 You'll want to restore the phone, but not restore the backup.


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You can issue "Forgot Apple ID or password?" on https://www.icloud.com/ open this link on your computer. Hope you get your password back!


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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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Although I cannot account for the loss of the media, and the used storage on the phone may or may not include the ghosts of those files, here is what I did. I first backed up iTunes and archived the iPhone backup for safety, and then I synced (as per Apple Support advice) to iTunes, and everything copied itself over to the iPhone, it appears like normal ...


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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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I thought I had this problem but in fact I just needed to let iTunes sync the iPhone after the backup had initially restored and I'd registered the new handset on the phone network. The phone appeared fine and I had many apps - but not all. After letting it sync they all returned :)


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I've ended up answering my own question as follows: I wasn't able to delete files from the Time Machine backup and got the following message: The operation can't be completed because backup items can't be modified I rebooted using Command+R and then tried to restore from Time Machine. I kept getting errors saying the new drive was too small. I then ...


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If it is an IMAP account (don't know if GMAIL accepts POP3) I'm afraid the Time Machine is useless because those mails were not in the local storage - your HDD or SDD, so there is no way Time Machine keep it in backup files. This emails was in a remote Google server and you will have to try their recovery tools. Usually, the server will keep the deleted ...



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