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The short answer is yes (anything is possible), but is it feasible? There's a ton of responses out there whether you can/cannot resolder memory chips to Apple logic boards in an attempt to upgrade RAM. Unfortunately, there is a lot of mis-information out there. Basically, they all revolve around one of the following three themes: It's extremely ...


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You can definitely buy the requisite parts aftermarket - DigiKey would be the first place I would look. You could also remove the parts from another rMBP (e.g. flood damaged or something). You can probably do the modification without damaging other things on the board, but it would be difficult. You are not going to do it at home. You're going to need ...


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As mentioned in the comments, your iPad (MC764LL/A) is an iPad 2, and not the original iPad as mentioned. The latest version of iOS on your iPad is iOS 9.3.2. Since you are using iOS 9.1, you will get an update notification. You could, however, choose to ignore it. I would suggest you install the new OS. To answer your question: No, you cannot turn off ...


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I don't think this will be possible. The board will be manufactured with only that size of memory in mind, so the memory controller or other hardware would have to be changed too, and its not like there will be place for more memory chips. One exception I can think of is if some higher model has more memory, then there might be some unpopulated place for ...


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Yes, use Cydia Impactor. It is available in the Telesphoreo repository (of Cydia), in the Utilities category.


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Warning: before trying my solution, ensure you have a complete backup of your hard drive (usually Macintosh HD) Before trying the method below, try the following: Open Disk Utility (booting to Recovery Mode by holding cmdR while starting your Mac, select Disk Utility in the OS X Utilities menu) Select your main volume (usually Macintosh HD) Select First ...



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