What you are observing is due to a security related change made in iOS 11.4.1.
Using USB accessories with iOS 11.4.1 and later
Starting with iOS 11.4.1, if you use USB accessories with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, or if you connect your device to a Mac or PC, you might need to unlock your device for it to recognize and use the accessory. Your ...
You could use something like this to turn 802.3at POE+ into data and USB-C power, then use a short USB-C cable and a short CAT6 cable to immediately patch into one of these (haven't personally tested this adapter but it should work in theory). Not ideal since it requires multiple adapters, but a workable solution.
No, it cannot be configured to be more reliable.
In practical terms, you'll need to ensure that the devices are within range of WiFi and Bluetooth. Besides that, there's not more that can be done.
As you have indicated in comments that you do not want suggestions for alternative solutions, I'll refrain from that.
I know of two ways (I use iPhone 6s plus):
Once you are in the locked screen you may press the volume button in intervals of few seconds as long as you want the screen to remain on.
You may alternatively slide to get your widget screen (that is on the left, right side is camera). You need to remove all items from the widget first. This will not stop the ...
Adobe apps which fit your need according to editing photos or graphic designing.
Canva online editor and app. I haven't used it, but have seen people.
In order to start wifi syncing with a new computer, you must first attach your iPad, over your charging cable, to the computer with iTunes running. Then select 'Sync this iPad over Wifi' in the Options in the iPad Summary screen in iTunes.
To get rid of a sync 'host', you need to connect your iPad to iTunes on the host, then deselect 'Sync this ipad over ...
There actually is a way to find out when your iPad was disconnected from the charging cable. If you have iOS 12, you can go to Settings -> Battery and look at the graph.
The part with the light green shadow with the little lightning symbol is the time when it is charging. When it gets unplugged, the light green section will stop and you can tell when ...
If you iPad is currently spinning trying to boot and you don’t have access to the power button there isn’t much you can do at the moment. Hopefully allowing you Device to continue to try to boot will drain the batteries. This will allow your device to shut down, then start charging and hopefully it will boot up. Start charging with your computer so you can ...
This can be a software issue or a combination of software issues. But if the power button could not work it cant be put into recovery mode or DFU mode. Or you couldn't force start it. Did you check it while charging cable attached?
The thing is this device is so old so there are not many things that can be done. So I guess if it does not start its own. Its ...
I would try plugging it into your computer to see if it's recognized by iTunes or your computer in general. Outside of that, you'd most likely need to visit an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider, as you would most likely need a unit replacement or a button replacement.
connect the ipod to a different computer - one with only a few songs in the library you should find the verifying message disappears and does not come back when you connect it again on the other computer
I had the same problem. One suggestion on the web was deleting the gmail app from my iPad and downloading it again. I tried that, but I couldn't download the app again because it said the new version of gmail didn't work on my old iPad.
So now we know why the links weren't working.
So then I went into Google on my iPad and opened my gmail account from ...
I did figure this out, sort of. In some configuration, after you make the chart, there is an opportunity to select chart type and see a list. You can select a two axis chart. Then you have to find your way to the menu that lets you edit the series and edit them one by one to have the axis you want.
I find this all very non-intuitive. After solving these ...
There has been no mention of enabling video or audio streaming over the usb-c connector. The two features they are adding is to allow your iPad as a monitor for your mac, and now you can use a thumb drive or external drive via a usb-c and access the files via the file browser on iPadOS.
"Connect an external hard drive, SD card reader, and, yes, even a USB ...
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205223 explains what is under Apple's control.
Ads that are delivered by Apple’s advertising platform may appear in the App Store on iOS, Apple News, and Stocks.
Other websites use a lot of other methods to collect advertising data
including browser cookies, mobile advertising identifiers as well as other non-cookie ...
A third, more crude method, which you can use if a certain part of your doodle requires background lines/grids is taking screenshot of the doodle.
Expand the note using the button in the top right of the screen.
Hide the panel showing pens and colors using the “x” at the bottom right of the panel.
Take a screenshot by pressing the ...
Yes it works. I have VISA Debit card issues by ICICI Bank in India. I bought the Apple Developer Program enrolment with that card and it was successful. I do not know about other banks. But in India and with ICICI it certainly works.
You can save the notes you want as PDF's by using 'Export as PDF' under the file menu while in Notes. There is an app on the App Store called 'PDF to Pages Free'. This free version will convert up to 3 pages from a PDF to a Pages document. Once the file is converted you can edit it further in Pages.
There are two methods of saving a doodle in notes to Photos I have seen so far. First one saves the doodle as JPG and the latter as PNG. JPG would keep the background as the default white while PNG would render pixel-less areas.
Method 1. On the image, tap for some seconds and select share from the tooltip that appears. Tap save image.
Method 2. ...
Take and post a macro photo of the corner of the screen with very good light (and possibly use a prop to keep the camera still) and you might not need a magnifying glass to show if the cover was removed by someone when you didn’t realize it.
If you’re sure it’s on and cant make a purchase, I suppose you would want to use a copper wire or nail that you know ...