Question about Cell Phones
My iPad folder icons are sitting on top of each other. (2 folders per "stack") Top folder will open when pressed. When I swipe there are non-functional folders in the background. When I try to move a folder it will snap back to sit on any other folder, they won't stay where I put them. Have rebooted, that didn't help. Have taken all of the icons out of the folders and now they are stacking on top of each other too. Top icon will open when pressed. Please help? Thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This issue may have resulted from a virus infection on the machine the drive was plugged into.
You’ll need to delete the file autoruns.inf located on your flash drive.
By default, Windows hides this file, so before you can delete it you must make a couple of changes (you may reverse these after you’ve finished):
Open My Computer
Click on the View tab
Under “Hidden files and folder” choose “Show hidden files and folders”
Remove the tick from “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)
Go back to My Computer and click on your flash drive. If you can’t open it that way, try right clicking on it and choose “Explore.”
Find the autoruns.inf file, right click on it and choose “Delete.” Confirm “Yes.”
Unplug and re-plug the drive in. You should be back to normal.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: I have accidentally hidden my
Try MENU button
Go to APPLICATIONS
Look for the SMS & MMS icon
select it just moving the touchpad over the icon
press MENU button again
MOVE TO FOLDER
Hope it helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
SOURCE: I cannot connect to Ipad
iPads, in fact all Apple products are very picky about connecting with other brands. iPods, for example are notorious for not allowing you to transfer data (i.e. MP3s) to them.
I am pretty sure Steve Jobs wants you to buy more Apple stuff and will not allow you to talk to Samsung kit. Sorry.
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
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