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Apple has a utility called Apple Configurator, available on the mac app store, that allows you to make a profile for a device and restrict certain features. Preventing updating is on the home screen of the app: You can find guides on how to install, and other features on Apple's website: https://www.apple.com/support/business-education/apple-configurator/


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Have you tried pairing your iPhone with your android device via bluetooth? that just might give you exactly what you want without having to worry about whether your work calls will get sent to your personal voicemail.


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Yes, you can do this by going to the iOS device's Settings, then to Phone and tap on Call Forwarding, turn that on and input the number you want to forward calls to from your iOS device.


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I'm pretty sure you're looking for the "Manually manage music and videos" option since videos taken with the iPhone are stored within the same folder(s) that pictures are. To enable/disable "Manually manage music and videos", select your iPhone device within iTunes, make sure you're looking at "Settings-->Summary" and you'll find it under "Options".


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I searched for "mac action on iphone connection" and found How to Keep iPhoto from Launching When Connecting Your iPhone to Your Mac, which says, Connect your iPhone to your computer. Close iPhoto when it opens up. Open your applications folder and launch the "Image Capture" app. This app detects when you connect a camera (or camera-containing device, ...


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Unfortunately not, you can however download entire playlists to your device, so that could be a way of getting around this.


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If you don't want to install a complete iTunes, you can also just use the drivers from the iTunes installation package as shown here: http://www.khngai.com/blog/index.php?/archives/620-iPhone-USB-Tethering-without-iTunes.html This is the basic process: Install AppleApplicationSupport.msi (must be installed before AppleMobileDeviceSupport.msi) Install ...


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It automatically does it for you when you log in with the same Apple ID from any iPhone.


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Because your last backup has been used when you plug in your phone. Try moving the backup file to another folder (just in case you may need it), then delete the contacts you want to delete on your phone. Once you got rid of the contacts you wanted to remove, create a new backup. This should stop adding the contacts when syncing.



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