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post #31 of 53
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I thought I could only hear it on my end. People on the other end haven't commented, but I didn't think they could hear it. The problem is worse than I thought.

I had it on LOUD since I was doing some noisy manual labor. That was probably the reason.
post #32 of 53
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Ok, this one is really annoying: If you have it set to noise alerts, and you get a text, it plays the text sound. But, if you don't swipe the screen within a few minutes, it makes the sound again. And keeps on doing it.
post #33 of 53
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Ok, this one is really annoying: If you have it set to noise alerts, and you get a text, it plays the text sound. But, if you don't swipe the screen within a few minutes, it makes the sound again. And keeps on doing it.

Just set the tone to not repeat.
post #34 of 53
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Do you guys like Calendar? Anyone here use it with Google Calendar?

Not sure if anyone answered this, but I sync my Outlook calendar with Google and then use the google calendar for the calendar app on iPhone and it works really well.... only it doesn't adjust time zones in the display (probably a setting I don't know) - so if I have a noon meeting in NY, it will show 11am on the calendar, but the alert will happen 15 min. before noon if I'm sitting in NY.
post #35 of 53
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Originally Posted by ChicagoRon View Post

Not sure if anyone answered this, but I sync my Outlook calendar with Google and then use the google calendar for the calendar app on iPhone and it works really well.... only it doesn't adjust time zones in the display (probably a setting I don't know) - so if I have a noon meeting in NY, it will show 11am on the calendar, but the alert will happen 15 min. before noon if I'm sitting in NY.


settings>mailcontactcalendars>timezonesupport> off
post #36 of 53
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Just set the tone to not repeat.

How?
post #37 of 53
settings>notifications>messagfes>repeatalert>never

anyways, where are my photos backed up?
post #38 of 53
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settings>notifications>messagfes>repeatalert>never
anyways, where are my photos backed up?

Nice. Thanks. I didn't know that the setting pane scrolled down. That's why I missed it the first time.

Backed up in iTunes or in iCloud?
post #39 of 53
icloud...
post #40 of 53
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icloud...

How do I view my Photo Stream?

On your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, your photos will appear in the Photos app in the Photo Stream album.

On your Mac, they appear in the Photo Stream view in iPhoto or Aperture.

On a PC, your photos download to the Photo Stream download folder. By default, this folder is located at C:\Users\Apple\Pictures\Photo Stream\My Photo Stream. You can change this location by visiting Photo Stream Options in the iCloud Control Panel for Windows.

On Apple TV, your photos will appear in the Photo Stream view under Internet in the main Apple TV menu after you sign in with your iCloud account.
post #41 of 53
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On a PC, your photos download to the Photo Stream download folder. By default, this folder is located at C:\Users\Apple\Pictures\Photo Stream\My Photo Stream. You can change this location by visiting Photo Stream Options in the iCloud Control Panel for Windows.

Thanks.

WTF, I didn't even know there was an iCloud application. Why is this separate from iTunes? So in order to sync music, I need to run Itunes, and in order to sync other stuff, I need to run "iCloud", and I dunno wtf icloud.apple.com website is for. And where is my phone's "backup"? I believe it's on some sort of itunes server, but not icloud? I have no idea. grrrr. This type of headache is by far the worst part of apple.
post #42 of 53
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Yeah its confusing as fuck. If I open iPhoto, it doesn't store my photos, just views them from the iCloud backup. I can't seem to get all my photos in one spot to view. Very frustrating.
post #43 of 53
Just had to re-buy my B&O Earset 3 (now 3i) as I lost mine on Friday facepalm.gif

I haven't opened them yet, but the improvements look significant. B&O gave me 2 warranty replacements on the previous pair because the wire connecting the mic kept breaking (it took a little over a year each time, and they were very happy to replace).

Anyway, great product.. worth the money.. highly recommended, but I'm still pissed.
post #44 of 53
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Thanks.
WTF, I didn't even know there was an iCloud application. Why is this separate from iTunes? So in order to sync music, I need to run Itunes, and in order to sync other stuff, I need to run "iCloud", and I dunno wtf icloud.apple.com website is for. And where is my phone's "backup"? I believe it's on some sort of itunes server, but not icloud? I have no idea. grrrr. This type of headache is by far the worst part of apple.

Now I'm confused. Isn't everything on all devices backed up on iTunes without me having to plug my devices into my pc? I hate having to sync using my pc.
post #45 of 53
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Originally Posted by ChicagoRon View Post

Not sure if anyone answered this, but I sync my Outlook calendar with Google and then use the google calendar for the calendar app on iPhone and it works really well.... only it doesn't adjust time zones in the display (probably a setting I don't know) - so if I have a noon meeting in NY, it will show 11am on the calendar, but the alert will happen 15 min. before noon if I'm sitting in NY.

+1, nice setup.
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