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As far as Yosemite goes, selecting no application is still the same, just adding a screenshot for clarity. Make sure the iPhone is selected, otherwise the bottom settings will not appear.


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Have you tried Guided Access? I use it when I want to restrict my kids to play only one game, they cannot switch application while Guided Access is enabled, and to turn it off you just triple press the home button and type in the pin you set when activating it. If you want to activate Guided Access just head to iPhone Settings > General > Accessibility > ...


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If Ubuntu has access to a dual-boot Windows partition, with iTunes synchronization : open your apple folder (somewhere inside c:\users...\appdata\Apple...\MobileSync/Backup// ) --> you should find this file "3d0d7e5fb2ce288813306e4d4636395e047a3d28" Then open it with sqlite (eg sqlite firefox plugin), and execute this sql query : select message.rowid, ...


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No additional drivers are needed, just launch iPhoto; then in prefs you can set whether it (or any other capable app) should auto-launch if you plug in your iPhone. Otherwise, it will only offer to import photos if you manually launch one of these apps, & plug in the iPhone.


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Scrolling through a VNC or emulation program doesn't work like you'd assume. Because iOS recognizes touch events, you have to actually click your mouse on the VNC window and drag, as if you were touching the screen with your finger.


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A little googling for stanza ios brought up "Farewell, Stanza. Hello, Marvin! | Emptybottle.org" which references an app called "Marvin", which sublines itself with "Your books, everywhere. Dropbox. iTunes. Web. OPDS. calibre." See http://marvinapp.com/ In general: Not all files are allowed to be downloaded to IOS via Safari (mainly because you have no real ...


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Use a 3rd Party app - RDP is behaving as intended; only one user can be logged to any given session, logging from any other location will, as you discovered, terminate any other session.


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There was an issue with early versions of iOS7 that would cause iOS devices to take ownership of a meeting that was accessed through Exchange services. Upgrading to the 7.1 fixed the issue. The exchange server would actually make the iOS user the owner of the meeting in it's database so only they could make changes to the meeting. If you were to send an ...


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Yes for sure, if it's set at 802.11ac (5Ghz mandatory) The answer is yes too, since WiFi ac works on a 5Ghz frequency, while N can use 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz and then B/G that only works on 2.4Ghz. The surest way to make everything work at full speed is to let your actual WiFi router on N @2.4Ghz, and use the shiny new one on ac at 5Ghz Note that if your first ...


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For internet sharing to work with non i-devices, please check that your device name doesn't contain any apostrophes / other non-alphabetic characters. This should enable you to connect. (You might need to turn the hotspot off/on again after changing your device name.)


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The new place to find this option: Right (or control) Click on the dropbox icon on your menu bar. Click preferences, then the Import icon at the top of the menu. Uncheck Enable camera uploads for: If you left your dialog box open while you did this, you'll notice that it goes away immediately. Really easy to find, once you realize what you're looking ...


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The location of dmg file downloaded by Xcode is placed here. ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.dt.Xcode/Downloads


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Sounds like you have icloud backup setup on that iphone and on your home computer. Assuming you mean the pictures are being synced while they're away at college. It actually may be the photostream service apple offers. You should be able to figure out how to have the student disable it using this info: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4486


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This may sound crazy but there really isn't a way to sync photos to your iOS devices without removing photos synced from an another computer - particularly because you have a slow internet connection. You may argue it's for a security or performance reason, but I personally think it's the laziness of Apple's engineers. If you have a faster internet, ...


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For iTunes select your device and uncheck Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected For Image Capture, select the up symbol and then select No Application



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