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How restore works on iOS: iTunes/iCloud extracts the backup onto the device into /var/mobile/Library/SafeHarbor, one directory per app. There it sits, having no effect whatsoever on the device until a corresponding app is installed. Whenever any app is being installed (whether from iTunes or from iCloud/Appstore), installd checks the SafeHarbor directory ...


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Did you change your Apple ID? If you bought iPhoto in [apple ID 1] and you are using [apple ID 2] now, may be it will charge you.


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Don't know your exact model but here is an example how to replace hard drive. Before starting consider that you should also know 1- how to back up the current dive 2- how to install the operating system


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Run software update from the apple icon. If there are any updates it will tell you but you should be good to go as the SATA interface is the same so the only firmware change needed is wear leveling and trim. You can check if that is enabled by clicking on About This Mac>system info> more details> then in the sidebar of system profiler click on the Sata ...


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Run Console to check the recent logs for more details (look for com.apple.installd). In example, I had something like: com.apple.launchd[1]: (com.apple.installd[69518]) Job appears to have crashed: Abort trap: 6 ReportCrash[69520]: Saved crash report for installd[69518] version 332 to /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/installd_2014*.crash If you see the ...


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My iphone 3gs is from US and I am using it India since 2 and half years, till now my sim card was working in it. Only after the update of my jailbroken device to ios 6.1.6 by restoring factory settings, its happining. Is it because my sim card is of INDIA or so, will i have to break my sim card or phone lock for that.


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I've updated my jailbroken iPhone 3GS via iTunes restore to iOS 6.1.6, but after the update I am not able to activate my iPhone and its showing no service. It says no sim card is installed in the device which you are activating, although it is inserted. My iPhone is stuck on the activation page and I cannot use the iPhone because activation is required. ...


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I have already tried it 4-5 times, even by removing sim card and inserting it again and switching on the device again, but still doesnt recognize and activate. My iphone 3gs is from US and I am using it India since 2 and half years, till now my sim card was working in it. Only after the update of my jailbroken device to ios 6.1.6 by restoring factory ...


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Try to remove the SIM card and insert it again. If it's doesn't help, try to restore the device again.


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You could do a clean install youself after formatting the disk. You will end up with exact the same result after doing this. Why the format, you ask? You won't have any Mountain Lion files on your system. Returning to the place you bought it from is as easy, you say? Returning the device to the store does not make any difference except spending (more) time ...


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Remove the Simcard and place it back, get a paperclip to do this for an iPhone 3GS. Try it (several times if it does not recognize it after one try) and it should recognize the simcard.


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Yes, you can restore your iPhone via iTunes. And because you have jailbroken your device it's the only way to do it. Many apps are compatible with iOS 6, but I cannot guarantee you every app will work. This is because some new apps are only written for and compatible to iOS 7.


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If you're referring to the Kingston RAM module in the picture then no, it won't fit a Mac Mini, this RAM module in the picture is too long, the Mac Mini requires 204 pin module, what you have in the picture has too many pins. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5475 2012 model: PC3-12800 DDR3 Unbuffered Non-parity 204-pin module 1600 MHz


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You didn't actually specify the model of your Mac Mini, but by going off the data from here, I think you have the mid 2011 model (Mac Mini 5,1). If that is correct, then Apple's technical specifications on this model confirm that the Mac Mini uses 1,333 MHz DDR3, up to 8 GB (4 GB x 2). HOWEVER, that memory that you linked to is "DESKTOP" MEMORY, a DIMM ...


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Are you attempting to update OTA on the device? Don't do this — the error message is helping you by preventing you from updating your jailbroken device like this. Instead, restore the device using iTunes to the latest iOS, then restore from backup if you wish.


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sudo defaults rm /Library/Preferences/com.apple.SoftwareUpdate then reboot


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You cannot use the IMac as a direct screen but you can use Remote Desktop to access other machines e.g. the new Mac Mini. Remote Desktop will be a slower screen and I think does not remote audio.


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You won't be abble to use the iMac as a screen. The Target Display Mode is only supported by iMacs since the late 2009 models.


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Solved this by reinstalling Windows 8.1 on the Bootcamp partition and the re-added it to Parallels. The suggestions from @foregon and @Nash were helpful, but unfortunately had no effect on my system.



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