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It's ready for you to connect to a Nike exercise wristband. It's a core structure & can't be deleted. It's been there since about iOS 4/5. If you update to iOS 8.2 you'll find there's a new app too, ready to connect to your shiny new Apple Watch… if you ever think of buying one…. again, a core app, can't be deleted.
I don't know why it happened but rebooting the mac solved this issue. I filed this issue to Apple.
What about when creating a new user? Does that work over there or has it the same behavior? If it DOES work on the new user, I would try this is in order inside the problem account: It is (hopefully) unnecessary to mention that you want to create a backup of your machine first before trying the following steps, but I still felt the urge to do so. flush ...
Macos X has changed over time in how it handles preferences. It used to be in most cases that you could just quit the App and delete its preference file. But now in many cases that will not work. Deleting the file will have no effect because the preference are read once from file and then stored in memory. Changes you then make are also only in the memory. ...
Traditionally, most Mac applications are reset by quitting the application then deleting the relevant preference file found in /Users/[your account]/Library/Preferences. The application will open with its default settings the next time it is run. There are a few exceptions to this, notably those with registration details that are stored in a hidden file ...
This could well be down to bad prefs, for either Finder or the Dock. Try running the following in Terminal and then testing the Finder icon again: mv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist.BAK killall Finder mv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.dock.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.dock.plist.BAK ...
Actually this is possible!... Use the following instructions: 1. Tap the blue arrow next to the name of the AirPort Express WiFi network to view more options. 2. Select "Static" as the type of IP address, and then enter the following IP address and Subnet Mask : IP Address : 10.0.1.4 (for example) Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 Make sure you leave Router, DNS, ...
This most likely means that his Wifi chip/antenna/thing is "burnt out". You can most likely get it replaced at an Apple Store, or through a 3rd party Apple approved technician.
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