I use my own bookmarklet to save other bookmarklets (ironically) on ipad right from safari. While this can be done by other ways (modify long touch menu) they require editing system files. So obviously js comes to help as links are in DOM. All we need is to extract href from tag. Here's the code of my simple bookmarklet, just copy and paste as any bookmark ...
Actually, you can run Linux on iOS and therefore you can run Docker. There's an app called UTM that I've recently been working with and have been quite surprised by what I've been able to do on my iPad Pro 11 2nd Gen.
The app does NOT require jailbreaking. In iOS 11-13, it just needs to be side-loaded since it isn't an appstore app (not surprising). On ...
Steps to bring up onscreen keyboard (tested on ipadOS 13)
Tab on screen where you want to type. Cursor should be blinking now.
A bottom line should come up now with Chevron arrow down at right corner. Press and hold the button.
Note: If the bottom line doesn't show or you just tab on the arrow without holding, the line will disappear, in which you may ...
I recently had the same (weird!) issue after changing the password for a POP-based.
After some testing, I found that the following procedure reproducibly solves the issue:
Close the Mail app
Power off the phone
Change the password of your mail account again. I mean in the web interface of your mail provider.
Power on your phone
Open the settings app and ...
Disabling the text insertion gesture may be impossible unless you consider adding an external keyboard or setting up voiceover to intercept and remap that gesture. I have had good success with peers using physical keyboards or accessories and propping up their iPad. Or use an Apple Pencil for many gestures and scribbles, which lessens the time fingers are on ...
As of June 17, 2020 you can not turn off two-factor authentication and you can not use some features without enabling it. It was optional, highly encouraged and opt-in on iOS 12 and iOS 13.
Can I turn off two-factor authentication after I’ve turned it on?
If you already use two-factor authentication, you can no ...
To me it seems like iOS 12 is consuming up to 7 GB of the disk on a relatively clean install.
Below are my details (same iPad model as original poster with iOS 12.4.8):
After doing a factory reset and importing a very modest iCloud backup:
After doing a factory reset and not doing any iCloud backup:
A few days after the factory reset while doing ...
No, the built-in Camera app does not support recording directly to iCloud Drive or Google Drive.
A third party app could record directly to the cloud - similar to how apps like Facebook does live streaming that is not recorded in local storage, but only transmitted to a server (that you could then store it in cloud storage).
This solves your problem: Upload the videos to YouTube; (mark them private if you wish.) Then send her the YouTube links, e.g. with Messages. Easy, foolproof.
In fact there are several easy ways to make it work once they're on YouTube - just use YouTube running directly on the Chromecast - as foolproof as it gets) or help her set up YouTube on the iPad so ...
ICloud messaging only keep your messages in sync - it doesn’t prevent all your devices from receiving messages and that in and of itself is dependent on how you’ve configured Messages to “reach you.” In other words, there are several ways that you can be reached - AppleID, alternate email, phone number, etc.
If another iOS user sends you a message via SMS, ...
I seem to have found a solution to my own problem, so posting it here in case others have the same issue.
I have been charging my iPad from my Macbook, which was also charging at the same time. As soon as I remove my Macbook from its power source, the issue disappears. It seems that the AC power entering the Macbook was somehow interfering with the iPad!
This is related to iPadOS 14 and all apps that screen share will need to update and use a new SDK/API or Apple needs to ship a new update for one app to broadcast the content of another sandboxed app.
On iPadOS 14.0.1 only local recordings can record split screen multitasking, no apps I’ve tested can broadcast. We are evaluating if we use a video capture ...
She can use the Files app on the iPad to copy the files into Photos (what you call the camera roll). Simply open Files, navigate to the "my files" directory, tap on the video and press the Share icon (square with arrow pointing upwards). In the Share sheet she should select "Save video". This stores a copy of the video in Photos.
So, I have same issue. Turns out it’s fault of files app. I have corrupted files only when I try to copy from iPad.
But there is a way, you can try FileBrowserGO app. Just drag folder from files and land it on disk in FileBrowserGO app. It works without any issues for me, and it’s way faster to!
This annoyed me too. Solved in 2 seconds.
Go to phone icon:
Contacts (next to Favorites, Recent, Keypad, Voicemail) like you want to make a call.
Your contacts should all be in view.
Go to Top Left GROUPS.
Un-check everything except: All iCloud and Trade Directory (leave checked)
Click DONE at Top Right.
I discovered this by trial and error, and it did help.
Tap on the Share icon in Notability
Tap on Other Apps
Choose the File format = Image, Image type = PNG, Page Range = All, or whatever you want
Tap on Share Note
Choose Print from the options which come up
You will see a preview. Pinch out to expand that to fill the whole page
Share again to Files app or ...
It is not necessary that the charger is MFI certified to work at all, nor is it necessary to get fast charging working. Depending on the model of your iPhone and iPad, you can use a standard USB-C charger to charge the device - fast or slow.
The good folks at Air Squirrels have just the software you request. I have used them in the past, was delighted by the previous version of their Reflector app and it looks like they have a trial version so you can be sure of the value before buying it.
Open up Diagnostic tests, by clicking About MY Mac, and run the test. This will also test which USB ports on the Mac are working. If your iPad charges then the power is working on the USB port, but the data transfer is probably not.
The iPad itself could also has a fault, and to test this, use a different device and see if that shows up on the device. Also ...