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Actually the easiest way I found was to: export excel file as CSV import CSV file in Mac OS contacts (it allows to separate the various fields and assign them to a traditional vCard field) create a group within contacts (optional step) sync my iPhone with the group via iTunes
I think you need to uncheck the "Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected" option from ONE of your iTunes accounts. This option is shown in the Summary tab of the iPhone section of iTunes. You can leave the phone plugged in and switch back and forth between accounts, and it will only sync with the one(s) that is/are enabled with this option. And ...
Your iPhone screen is dead and you can't access your iPhone now. Things are really complicated. Since your iPhone are out of reach, I'm afraid what you can do is to save the file in it. If you have backed up your iPhone through iTunes, you can use third-party software to restore your backup file on your iPhone through iTunes. Sorry.
Just do it with your iTunes. Every time you connect your iPhone with your PC, it will prompt you to backup your iPhone. You can choose to back up your iPhone through iTunes on this chosen PC. When you need this photo backup file, you can restore from your iTunes backup file.
I'm afraid you can't do it only with your iTunes. You have to apply for third-party software to achieve the goal. One more thing to be mentioned, the format of the video must be compatible with which is in iPhone. iPhone can only recognize file with .M4V, .MP4, and .MOV extensions and compressed in H.264 or MPEG-4.
Skyhook wireless is a company that works towards precise location. Each router has a MAC address, which has to be unique against every other device in the world. These people drive around and map out where each MAC address of a router is. Your phone can then query this service (give the service that MAC address to lookup), and tell it the devices location. ...
Using GPS is just one of the ways to determine your location. Using a WiFi point is another. If you get an Android tablet or phone, you'll get a notification that it can use GPS based on wifi rather than actual sattelite communication. The benefit of using Wifi over GPS is that the battery will work much longer. The downside is that there isn't wifi ...
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