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What I have found is the ability to export the .JPG and .MOV versions of the same photo to a folder in Mac. Go to File-> Export-> Export unmodified original. Then chose the folder. This created a .JPG and a .MOV file with the same first name. I imported both of them together using cmd+shift+I and they appeared as one. I checked (but not thoroughly) ...


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If you connect the phone to iTunes on a mac you can turn on VoiceOver from the Accessibility Settings there, then double-tap on text and tap again to enter it. Idea from https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/303020/288316


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Believe it or not, this is easy. You must have access to a mac and the right cable for your phone With the phone at the setup welcome screen, you plug the phone in and iTunes should pop up. Open the Summary page for the device, and scroll to the Options section at the bottom. Select "Configure Accessibility", and turn on Voice Over. Now you can double-tap ...


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Believe it or not, this is easy. You must have access to a mac and the right cable for your phone With the phone at the setup welcome screen, you plug the phone in and iTunes should pop up. Open the Summary page for the device, and scroll to the Options section at the bottom. Select "Configure Accessibility", and turn on Voice Over. Now you can double-tap ...


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I want to check iPhone's battery charge level from my MacBook Pro. Is it possible to do so? There's a neat trick that lets you check the battery charge level/percentage on your iPhone even without touching it. For this to work, you'll need to: have mobile data enabled on your iPhone. be logged into both your MacBook Pro and the iPhone with the same Apple ...


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Inspired by @Andrew Kozelski's approach, I created a UNIX shell script oneliner that achieves a similar result. This might be useful if like me you run iTunes and Windows inside a VM but do everything else in Linux. (Same as the above first two steps on Windows) Get your Voice Memos into a playlist and export it as a text file (say, "playlist.txt"). Drag ...


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I don’t think there’s a global undo buffer for iOS notes like there is for macOS notes with versions of documents being stored like TextEdit. There is a “deleted notes” section you can reference from the notes web app, but it’s not like Time Machine for going to an earlier version. I think you might need to change how you listen. Is it possible to speak ...


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What you are observing is not really random. It is programmatically possible to remember the last used keyboard language, from among the set of languages chosen by user under Settings app → General → Keyboard → Keyboards, on a per text input field basis. This is employed by apps which present multiple text entry fields (such as messaging apps) to ...


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They could change your password on any website that has a password reset mechanism based on either: sending a password reset email to an email account set up on your device, or two-factor authentication using your device. They could order goods or services or make payments if you have apps that allow this. With access to your email and any other sources ...


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No, water isn’t safe for any electronics. Neither are cleaning products, including soap. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207123 Avoid moisture and clean as lightly and dryly as possible is best for the hardware - especially hardware that’s been used and bumped and dropped. Small cracks will grab water and soap, a surfactant, causes capillary action to ...


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I hope the information in the answer is used keeping ethical intent in mind, and there's no intention to misuse the information. What harmful things can they do? Playing devil here, I would do the following: Change fingerprint/face data for use with Touch ID/Face ID. I'd remove existing fingerprints/faces and add mine. (This action could go somewhat ...


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libimobiledevice (and technically, usbmuxd as well), like you mentioned, is the functional equivalent of adb in the iOS world, in the sense that it allows you to communicate with your iOS devices over USB. libimobiledevice doesn't provide any API that I know of which allows you to toggle Airplane mode. However, what you can use is UI Automation on an iOS ...


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The video you're referencing appears to be a hoax of some sort. The steps shown in the video make no sense. If your screen stopped working after your phone was dropped, the screen or some other part of the phone has probably been damaged, and will need to be replaced.


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With Microsoft Exchange server all information is stored on the server itself, the only thing that is stored on your iOS device are the message headers and a few of the most recent messages that you have recently read. Once you delete an email account (of any kind) from the iPhone the message headers and messages stored there are deleted. I suppose that if ...


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You could use another app (such as iMazing 2, AnyTrans, TunesGo... you can find a nice conparative here) to get files from your friend´s phone into your computer. And then, you just have to add them manually to iTunes.


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So, finally I got the workaround to solve this issue. You need to setup a VPN connection for that. Probably you can use any VPN connection, but I used OpenVPN and used Viscosity as a client. You can install OpenVPN either locally or using remote server using this bash script. After connecting to the VPN it assumes that it connected to the real internet ...


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At the bottom of the iPhone photos app, in photos tab, see if the photos has been synced. Also in iCloud.com, Please check and confirm if the photos has been uploaded. Maybe other uploads are jamming the networks. As mentioned in the comments, Quicktime files are doing so


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It appears that if you have Messages in iCloud enabled on the iPhone, and you're also signed in to Messages on a Mac with the same Apple ID, and the Mac is logged in and awake, then the iPhone doesn't make an alert sound for new messages. Presumably the idea is that you're at the Mac and will see the message alert there. I don't know of a way to configure ...


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I can’t say for certain which of these mattered but here is what led to this bing fixed for me. Update to iOS 12.3 Update AppleTV to tvOS 12.3 Reset Network Settings on iPhone Add AppleTV to a room in Home.app Delete all paired “extra” remotes on AppleTV (apps and other devices) Give iPhone new, not-previously used name Re-pair iPhone Remote app (which, ...


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This is not possible with the built-in Camera app, or with any other built-in app. The built-in Camera app doesn't provide options to completely hide the top toolbar and the controls shown at the bottom. Since this is technically feasible, you may search the App Store for any 3rd-party app(s) which offers the said functionality. For e.g., try searching for ...


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Xcode 5.1.0 include iOS 7.1 SDK. You cannot debug an app build with this Xcode/iOS SDK combination on your iPhone 6s running iOS 12.2 (iOS 12 was non-existent when Xcode 5.1 was released and Xcode is not aware of it). You can however, in-theory generate the app IPA and deploy it on iOS 12. iOS 11 and later require your app to have executable support for 64-...


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Actually you can do this. It's quite a bit hacking but you are able to link most mails to your calendar via deeplinking with iOS 7 or higher. What you need to do: First thing you need to do is to figure out the Message-ID of an email. This message ID is enough to get you to the desired mail Unfortunately, you cannot get message-ID on the iOS (AFAIK, maybe ...


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After you install any of the apps published by Google on your iPhone, it can determine whether you have the other Google apps installed on your iPhone by using the following API call available in iOS: canOpenURL: - UIApplication Based on this, it could be determined what apps you do not have installed on your iPhone, and Google can suggest you to install ...


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It appears that this could be a long-standing bug in iTunes. I noticed that if you edit the Voice Memo's metadata via "Get Info" before exporting it out of iTunes, that ONLY edited metadata fields remain in-tact when you export and open the file elsewhere or in iTunes again. I filed a bug report with Apple, but until then we have some options. Here's 2 ...


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Well, I´m not a pro-windows user here, but I do use some good old USB connection from my Iphone and my work computer using Autoplay So, if you did save your images locally into your device, you should be able to get them from there ! Otherwise you should change the parameters of Whatsapp to save your image into your Photos and then try Autoplay. As you ...


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Don't know if this still is an issue, but here's a fix that worked for me.. KEEP IN MIND: Although the screenshots are in Danish, the instructions below are in English, and the placement of the marked settings are the same in both English and Danish running iOS 12.2. Hope This helps :-) Go to "Settings" in your iPhone. Scroll down until you find "Photos". ...


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When using "Import from iPhone" (same for "Import from iPad"), the captured photo is never saved on the iDevice nor is it saved somewhere on the Mac, say, in the Photos.app.It only exists in the document you captured into. To get the image, select the image in Pages, go to the Image tab in the Format sidebar, then drag the image icon or image title above ...


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The best way to assess how much privacy you've ceded to Google is to review their privacy policy. No other site or company will provide you a more accurate look at what Google does with your info than Google itself. Google can know what other Google apps you have installed on your device based on assigning your device a unique key and then having every ...


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Your iphone name may have an apostrophe (')in it and windows does not like them in a file path. You can try changing the name of your iphone from "Torben's iphone" to "Torben iphone" in the iphone general:about:name settigns. Then connect to your computer again and try the copy. The same thing happens with wifi hotspots- see this article for an example: ...


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Can you try to check EXIF Data on iPhone using Third party apps like EXIF Viewer by Fluntro or any other EXIF Apps you can get for free on Appstore. Chances are high that, EXIF informations are stripped while you transferred photo from iPhone to Windows. Normally, iPhone to Mac photo transfer over airdrop doesn't strip EXIF Metadata. But since I am not sure ...


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This can be done from the Settings on any iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: Open Settings, and go to “iTunes & App Stores” Tap on the Apple ID Enterr the associated password Choose “Country/Region” Select the new country to associate the account with Check http://osxdaily.com/2013/05/24/change-country-itunes-app-store/


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Sometimes things unexpectedly happen and won't occur again. The alert on your iPhone was probably related to iMessage communicating with Apple's servers after the restart in an odd way and not something to worry about if it happened right at that time. A box appears asking if I want to open the applications that were open before the computer restarted ...


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Under Account section click on edit and click on the ⓧ button shown besides the email address that you wish to remove.


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I ended up finding an answer in a YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuJgHIipTvM I will summarize in the event of link rot: Connect the iPhone to the PC with a USB cable Click the Start button in the lower left corner, and open the Devices and Printers window At the bottom of the window you will see a section labeled "Unspecified" Right click ...


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Some providers require you to register for international roaming if you change continents. If you are lucky, you can do that on the homepage of your provider. It will probably cost a fee, and there will be far higher charges for calls and texts. Internet may be very limited. My advice: Get a phone with 2 sim cards. One for local calls, the other one so you ...


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SanDisk already make the iXpand thumbdrive series from small to damned big, which have USB 2-3 and lightning connectors on them from the manufacturer. I use one routinely without issue.


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There might be some weird network configuration on your iPhone. Try forgetting your network and reconnecting. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Tap the next to your home WiFi settings. Tap Forget This Network, then tap Forget to confirm. Quit the settings app from the app switcher, then reopen it to add your Wi-Fi network again.


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Although discontinued in March 2016, iPhone 5s is still supported for service and parts replacement by Apple (as of this writing). Check with your local authorised service centre for availability.


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The Joe Friday Answer: The picture was never recorded on your iPhone. That's the way the "Import" and Insert features work in Pages. You can get your picture from the Pages document easily: Open the document in the Preview app control-click on the picture, then select Share, Add to Photos. From there, you can export if you wish. The Long Answer: As I ...


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When you click Import from iPhone it does not save the photo on your iPhone, only wherever you import it to on your Mac.


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She's most likely out of iCloud storage space. The edited video is likely to be beyond the allowed limit of email attachment. Her iPhone is attempting to upload the video on iCloud, and send a link to the same. The current iCloud storage usage can be checked by going to Settings app → Her name (at the top) → iCloud → Manage Storage. If she's out of storage ...


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You can do this on your iphone by switching from the Irish to UK account. Go to Settings Tap on your name at the top of the page Scroll to the bottom of page and sign out Now go to the app store and sign in to the UK account Update all your apps Once done sign back into your usual account.


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I've been happily using my iPhone GPS while flying in Europe without a problem, mainly to ID my photos. But here's a curious sudden change. I often fly from Switzerland to southern Spain and have been able to get clear IDs for the entire flight. This week it worked fine over Switzerland and France but all GPS ID's stopped as soon as we entered Spanish ...


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If you deleted those apps, you would only not be able to get ads provided by Apple's AdSheet API. Apple doesn't support this API anymore, so it would only affect a very limited number of old(er) apps.


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Unless you jailbreak the phone, no...can't be done. The startup screen even ignores the accessibility settings.


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It's a few years later, and there are finally a couple of apps available that do this. Most don't work, but foobar2000 seems to do the job. At the time of this writing it does not support the Files app but it does at least have its own FTP server, making it fairly easy to transfer files regardless of your OS. (No iTunes required!)


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A phone does not and should not reboot just because of some misbehaving app. The problem you have occurs due to issues on a lower level, such as battery or memory fault. You don't have any means to determine and fix those issues, so just hand it over to a repair shop.


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Go to Settings -> Control Center and add Wallet to the active list. Then you can swipe from Control Center and select Wallet any time the phone is unlocked.


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Option 1: You can use the Apple Find My iPhone service to track and find your missing Apple device. Use Find My iPhone When you sign in to iCloud.com or the Find My iPhone app, you can see your missing device on a map or play a sound. And you can use Lost Mode to lock, track, or remotely erase all of your personal information. More information ...


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Quit iTunes. Under Terminal.app: defaults write com.apple.iTunes DeviceBackupsDisabled -bool true If you ever want to reenable the backups: defaults write com.apple.iTunes DeviceBackupsDisabled -bool false Tested on iTunes 12.9.0 / Photos 4.0 / MacOS 10.14.1. Source


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