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Answered by macnlos : Mar 11 2011 06:36 AM
IMPORTANT: you should be talking to Apple or a data recovery specialist.
If the os on your phone is intact and just in recovery mode (DFU) then there are utilities available to break out and it MAY ... full answer >
The common way to add a book purchased outside of the iBooks store is to add it to the library and sync it to your iPhone/iPad. But what happens when the publisher releases an updated book? How do y...
Answered by macnlos : Mar 08 2011 11:39 AM
I haven't found a smooth way to do this. I usually will remove, sync, re-add, sync the books. This is a pain to do and it happens a lot when you buy rough-cuts. I've been doing some searchi... full answer >
The following excerpt from iPhone: The Missing Manual, Fourth Edition gives some tips on various ways to get some music or video onto your iPhone.Once you have iTunes, the next step is to start fillin...
Last week, @OReillyMedia received a tweet from an ebook bundle customer that piqued my interest:
QuoteIf I get an updated ePub book from @OReillyMedia, how do I get iTunes to update it without creati...
Answered by Aaron Miller : Aug 04 2010 07:59 PM
Hi, Peiter. Sorry to hear about the trouble you had with the audio. You're right that iMovie doesn't make copies of the songs you import into a project. That means if the drive holding your mu... full answer >