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You may be able to perform a backup, even if you have forgotten your passcode, however you will be limited to a computer you have synced with in past. According to this Apple support article you should be able to get one last backup in before restoring. Good Luck
When you connect your iPhone to iTunes you can do a backup, you should be able to do this even without the pin. Then just restore last backup and you're fine! There is either a big "backup now" button or you can right click on the name of your iPhone and then select backup. Depends from the iTunes version. Hope this helps.
Here is what I did to get my screen working. Remove /Library/Preferences/com.apple.windowserver.plist Remove /Users/yourusername/Library/Preferences/ByHost/com.apple.windowserver.* Reset PRAM This didn't immediately fix the problem, but I tried rebooting into safe mode to make sure that still worked. I switched resolutions around in safe mode. I ...
Go to the menu bar when you open up Photo Booth, click on Edit, then click on "auto flip new items" make sure it's ticked next to it. Now you can enjoy perfect images!
Try clicking on "Scaled" while holding the ⌥ key. Regular click: ⌥ + click:
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It's exactly the same way you would upload a photo. Within the Google+ app on your iPhone. Tap the camera icon within the app. Select your video from the Camera Roll. Click the blue arrow in the top-right corner. Select some particular Recipients and maybe add some text. Click Share.
The little text snippet application they are using is called DemoMonkey. It's actually a sample code project on developer.apple.com from 2010.
You can use VLC to create a network stream, then open this network stream in the VLC app on your iPad. For more information, see: https://www.videolan.org/doc/streaming-howto/en/ch02.html Besides VLC you can use for example AirVideo, Plex or Infuse.
That is possible if: You have a DVD drive with WiFi capability. You could connect the DVD drive to your router and access it from your iPad.
There isn't a way to switch between recording frames per second whilst recording, or to record at 60fps at all. Recording with the video mode will record at 30fps and recording with the slow-mo mode will record at 120fps. This 120fps footage can be slowed to 60fps, or simply by removing frames as 30fps footage is recorded, in post processing.
the only option using the iphone's camera is by switching between Slow-Mo and Video modes. You can then speed up a Slow-Mo video to normal speed in the photos app pretty easily. You can't convert normal videos to Slow-Mo. There are probably a ton of apps that offer a bit more manual configuration than that. But I don't know of them.
VLC for iPhone works from iOS 6.1? If that's fine, heres the link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vlc-for-ios/id650377962?mt=8 Movie Player works from iOS 5.1, here's the link: https://itunes.apple.com/ae/app/movie-player-plays-any-video!/id406779775?mt=8
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