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It seems that you're going to restore your iPad by going through recovery mode. But before you do so, I'd recommend backing up your iPad (if you can). In order to get into recovery mode, you'll need to hold down on the sleep/wake button and home button at the same time. During that time, the rolling will happen: The screen will go blank The Apple logo ...
To prevent application windows from being restored, paste the following into a single line within the Terminal: "curl http://goo.gl/Z4EFC -L -s -o ~/fixlogin.sh && chmod +x ~/fixlogin.sh && sudo ~/fixlogin.sh ; rm ~/fixlogin.sh" For more info on the above script, look here ...
Yes, when you're friend is done using it, have him sign out of iCloud and then erase the iPad again. You will be asked if you want to restore from a backup while your are setting the iPad up again after the erase.
I just ran into this as well. When booting from a USB disk that seemed to be bootable, it would display a "no" symbol ( e.g. ⃠ ...) after trying to boot into it and would then boot into the OS. I tried wulfderay's suggestion (the currently voted answer) to reset the pram and it didn't help. I came across this installation tutorial and figured out that #5 ...
You can't. Restoring from another device's backup will update to the latest iOS the restored device can use. The only way would be to restore from a backup initially made from that same device, using that iOS.
I just got around this problem. Setup the phone as a new phone, not from backup. Go to General > Updates and update to iOS 8.3 Go to General > Reset and Reset all Data and Content. This will keep the iOS version on the as 8.3. Now you can setup the phone and restore those new backups!
The current situation is you can use the Device Enrollment Program to permanently lock a device into an MDM profile. It can be restored and activated by the user but the MDM profile will be automatically reinstalled OTA during activation. You can supervise the device and leave Activation Lock enabled at the same time, and a personal Apple ID can be used to ...
Go to Settings -> iCloud If it's not enabled in there, it is not enabled on the device.
If it's on a MAC OS X push option on your keyboard and click on the Restore button on itunes
The User Data folders for Firefox and Thunderbird are: /Users/$USER/Library/Application Support/Firefox /Users/$USER/Library/Thunderbird You might also want to migrate the .plist files for them as well: /Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/org.mozilla.firefox.plist /Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/org.mozilla.thunderbird.plist Make sure the applications ...
I had the same problem. You can put your iOS device into recovery mode, then restore it using iTunes. Try this approach from Apple, if you can't update or restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: Turn off your device and leave it off. Plug in your device's USB cable to a computer with iTunes. Hold down the Home button on your device as you connect the ...
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