In the past when I have had that problem, I would disconnect the USB, restart both the phone and the client system, then reconnect the phone. Make sure you are logged on to your phone and it is open before you make the connection. When it asks if you want to share the content of your phone with the system you just connected to, be sure to answer yes.
Turning it off and on again
The first and easiest solution was to restart the iOS device (I found this while trying the second solution). Then both Image Capture and Photos were able to see and download the photos and videos, although Image Capture gave an error 50:
I needed to restart the device to import a few remaining photos. Image Capture is still ...
For me QuickTime was not sharing my iphone screen as well. My QuickTime started showing this warning:
can not use Vaibhav's iphone. This app is not authorized to use Vaibhav's iphone quicktime
What I did:
Go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy and follow these steps:
Edit: Unfortunately YouTube is dependent on cookies set across multiple domains, so this approach probably will not work there.
youtube-dl has an ...
There are two parts to this:
Preparing your content: screenshot the pages you want to present. Use Cmd+Shift+4 to get all the screens. Don't worry about getting some incorrectly, just do a few tries is you have to, you can filter them out later.
Build a presentation: create slides, add highlights and transition animations, time it just right and practice ...
That's more about how non-apple apps can access your private data (which by default are only accessible to built-in apps) - Check if there are any privacy/accessibility settings that needs extra user consent - either 'access to' and/or 'access from' - should be in the privacy tab - if you still can't share it directly you probably must use the [share/copy to/...
Currently there is no way to change the default app that opens a particular file type, hyperlink, etc.
However, many 3rd party apps allow you to import and/or open photos, videos etc directly from their default locations without first having to transfer the files via iTunes or an online cloud service.
With regard to VLC, if you don't want to connect your ...