Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Rambo, Oct 23, 2011.
Yes I use it with all my Google calendars.
That's a good question. Anybody?
Was passing by an Apple store so I went in and asked one of the employees. That's just how it's meant to be. You basically have two options:
1. Copy over your music to the other computer so you can resync after your phone is erased.
2. Use something other than itunes to transfer.
I did a little Googling myself - it seems that there are a number of outside programs for OSX that work as file browsers/transferers. As to which one is best, maybe someone in here can recommend one.
I think icloud helps as well.
Would dropbox work?
Possibly, but he'd have to have dropbox setup on that other computer as well, and then sync it with his account. I think some sort of phone file explorer would be the best bet.
A good link on some ios5 tips and tricks:
Got a weird one here: How do I stop the text message alert noise when I'm on a call? I can't seem to google the correct answer.
^^^I'm interested in an answer to this, too. The noise is distracting when I'm trying to have a conversation with someone, but I don't know how to turn it off.
Bad news, there is no real fix for this. What you have to do is flip the ringer switch to silent every time you're on a call. Ran this by both Apple Care and the Apple Store
Make sure to put your iPad into developer mode via Xcode, it allows for multi-task and a few extra features, my favorite is pinching with your hand to close applications
I was hoping you'd come up with a fix for this. It's so distracting.
Tell me about it. I was on an important call and I had the DA-DA-DADAA-DA-DDAAA-DA blaring in the earpiece. Person on the other end is all "Uh, what the hell was that?" Me - "Yeah, sorry about that, its my $800 smartphone that's too stupid to know when NOT TO PLAY SOUNDS."
Where are my iclouded photos at? Does Photo Stream backup only to other IOS devices?
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.
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