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SOURCE: How can I adjust the settings on my iPad mini so I can enable the chat system.

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The iMessage system only works to another iDevice user.

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I don't know my password to Ipad need to hard reset


Can only be done via a computer that has iTunes on it. Log in with Apple ID, back up the device and then Reset.

If you know the password it can be reset via Settings.

Mar 23, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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Keeping Data Safe in iPad


With the evolution of iPad computing become more accessable at anywhere. In the IT industry iPad becoming the safest computing device to use. The hardware and software security combination of the iPad makes it more secure and safest computing device than Macintosh or PC. Recently no remote attacks are faced by the iPads, but the major security risk is physically losing the device.The passcode and encryption methods in iPad makes the data safe and secure.
With the use of data protection we can encrypt the e-mail messages and attachments. To enable the data protection go to Settings--> General-->Passcode Lock and then enter a four digit code twice.To make the passcode more safe tun off the Simple Passcode option on the same page then you can use longer codes. The passcodes can become more secure and strong by installing iPhone configuration utility.
Remote wiping is also another utility to delete data on a lost iPad when it connects to the internet.If you have MobileMe account, you can set this by
enabling My iPad in Settings--> Mail,Contacts,Calendars--> MobileMe.Corporate or Business users who are using Microsoft Exchange Server or Kerio Connect can use Exchange ActiveSync support to wipe their devices. All these things are managed on the server not on the iPad.So we will need to work with our IT administrator.
There is also availablity of secure email connection in iPad. Perfectly configured Microsoft Excange servers encrypt data by default. If you are using the IMAP or pop3 server and it supports SSL you can go to settings-->Mail,contacts, calendars-->youraccountname-->Advnace on iPad and enable it.
If you loose your iPad the first things you should do is change your password and deauthorize the device for any services such as Dropbox or iDisk that you used for connecting to it.

on May 22, 2011 | Apple iPad 32 GB WiFi Tablet PC

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<img src="ipad-2-camera.png" /> Your new iPad 2 might not be as full-featured (or as complicated) as a laptop or desktop PC, but a few neat tricks are still hidden between the surface. Read on to learn how to secure your iPad, sync your bookmarks, and more.<br /> 1.Download the free iPad User's Guide: You may have noticed that your iPad didn't come with a big printed manual--that's not Apple's style. However, you can download the PDF version of the iPad User's Guide from Apple's Web site, or you can read it in iBooks if you have that installed (iBooks is available as a free download in the App Store). Make sure to download the manual for iOS 4.3.<br /> 2.Multitask in iOS: You probably already know that you can press the Home button twice to bring up a list of currently running or suspended apps. However, you can also swipe the multitasking bar left to right to quickly access audio/video playback controls, a shortcut to the iTunes app itself, and volume controls. Also, when you choose whether the Side Switch should mute alert sounds or lock the screen orientation (see the item above), the function you didn't choose will appear in this shortcut bar.<br /> 3.Toggle data roaming: If you're using a 3G iPad, you can turn data roaming on in the Settings, Cellular Data menu in case you want to try receiving cellular Internet through a different provider (fees may apply). You can also check your data usage by going to Settings, General, Usage.<br /> 4.Make your passcode more complicated: iOS defaults to a four-number passcode, but you can turn it off by going to Settings, General, Passcode Lock, Simple Passcode. Now you can use any full keyboard password to lock the iPad. The password also helps to encrypt your mail and attachments on the iPad, so you probably want to make it safer than a four-digit number.<br /> 5.Set the iPad to self-destruct in 10 seconds: Okay, not really--but you can set the iPad to erase all data after ten failed passcode entry attempts by checking the Erase Data option under Settings, General, Passcode Lock.<br /> 6.Tweak AutoFill: You can choose to enable Safari's AutoFill feature in Settings, Safari, AutoFill. From there, you can tell Safari to fill forms automatically either by using your specified contact information or by remembering the names and passwords you've entered while logging in to Websites in the past.<br /> 7.Sync your bookmarks: You can use iTunes to sync your iPad's Safari bookmarks with your PC's Web browser. Open the iPad tab in iTunes, click the Info tab, scroll down to the Other heading, check Sync bookmarks with, and choose your preferred browser.<br /> 8.Show traffic conditions: Open Maps, press the dog-eared page icon in the lower right, and then turn the Traffic overlay on. If your iPad has an Internet connection, Maps will show real-time traffic conditions in the displayed area. Green means traffic is going at the posted speed limit, yellow means traffic is slower than the posted speed limit, and red means traffic is stop-and-go.<br /> 9.Don't forget your downloads: You can immediately see if your iTunes account is due for any incoming downloads by opening iTunes on your PC, clicking the Store menu, and selecting Check for available downloads. This trick can come in handy if your download process is interrupted, or if you missed some bonus iTunes content that came with an album you purchased.<br /> 10.Specify your Spotlight searches: The iPad uses Spotlight for its built-in search functions, and you can tweak it to your needs in Settings, General, Spotlight Search. If you have a lot of data on your iPad, for example, you can selectively disable search in different categories (Contacts, Applications, Audiobooks, Notes, Events, Mail, and so on) that you don't use so that your desired results show up faster. You can also simply change the order in which the search-result categories display by dragging them up and down, so that your more frequently used search categories show up at the top of the page.<br /> About author:<br /> Synder Bill has been writing articles online for nearly 3 years now. This author specialize in <a href="http://www.freedvdripper.org/freeresource/free-ipad-video-converters.html">free ipad video converter</a>. More info: <a href="http://www.freedvdripper.org/dvdvideoconverter/dvd-to-ipad-converter.html">best dvd to ipad converter</a>. Any suggestions please leave your precious words.<br />

on Apr 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My iPad is disabled,how can I reset.


iTunes enables you to restore iPad to factory settings. Before you start restoring iPad to factory settings, please note that you need to install the latest version of iTunes on your PC or MAC. Then go to Settings > iCloud to turn off Find My iPhone. Now, you can factory reset your iPad with iTunes as follows.

1. Plug iPad into the computer with the USB cable. The iTunes on your computer will automatically launch. If not, double-click the icon to start it.
2. Click the name of your iPad at the upper right corner of iTunes, and then the information of your iPad will be shown. Click the "Restore iPhone" button in the window to start.
3. iTunes will ask whether you want to back up iPad before restoring. You'd better choose "Yes" for the reset will erase the contents in your iPad. Then iTunes will start restoring your iPad to factory settings.
4. Click Restore again to confirm. Then iTunes erases your iPad and installs the latest iOS software. After you restore your iPad to factory settings, it will restart. Now you can set it up as new.

How to Restore iPhone 6 Plus to Factory Settings

Feb 08, 2017 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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How do I do a factory recovery on my mini ipad


iTunes enables you to restore iPad mini to factory settings. Before you start restoring iPad to factory settings, please note that you need to install the latest version of iTunes on your Windows computer or MAC. Then go to Settings > iCloud to turn off Find My iPhone. Now, you can factory reset your iPad with iTunes as follows.

1. Plug iPad into the computer with the USB cable. The iTunes on your computer will automatically launch. If not, double-click the icon to start it.
2. Click the name of your iPad at the upper right corner of iTunes, and then the information of your iPad will be shown. Click the "Restore iPhone" button in the window to start.
3. iTunes will ask whether you want to back up iPad before restoring. You'd better choose "Yes" for the reset will erase the contents in your iPad. Then iTunes will start restoring your tablet to factory settings.
4. Click Restore again to confirm. Then iTunes erases your iPad and installs the latest iOS software. After you restore your device to factory settings, it will restart. Now you can set it up as new.

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Nov 06, 2016 | Apple iPad Mini

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Why cant i find enable cookies on my ipad


The iPad's Safari browser allows you to enable or disable cookies. Most people will want to keep cookies enables. Websites use cookies to keep track of who you and various settings. Some websites will not work properly without cookies. However, if you are worried about websites keeping a piece of information on your iPad, you can easily disable cookies. Apple keeps all of custom options for most of the default apps (Safari, Notes, Photos, Music, etc.) in the iPad settings, which is where you need to go to enable or disable cookies.
First, go to the iPad settings by tapping the settings icon. (Get help getting into the iPad's settings.)
Next, scroll down the left-side window until you locate Safari. When you tap Safari, the safari's settings will show up in the main window.
To enable/disable cookies, simply locate the Privacy block and change the Block Cookies option. Your choices are "Never", "Always" and "From third parties and advertisers". The "From third parties" choice is the best for enabling cookies while keeping a moderate level of security by ensuring you have actually visited the website associated with the cookie. If you want the most secure experience, choosing "Never" will turn off cookies completely. Remember: Many websites are designed to work with cookies and may not work correctly with cookies turned off.

Jun 25, 2014 | Apple safari

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Upside down screen on ipad


The Auto-rotation setting must be disabled. Enable it on the settings menu. Or if your tablet is running iOS 7, then enable auto-rotation on the Control Center. Simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen to launch control center. (It is like the opposite of pulling out Status Bar or Notifications Bar above.)

Apr 22, 2014 | Apple iPad 2 Wifi 16GB

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Ipad and beikin keyboard


You will need to enable bluetooth on your iPad and then pair the keyboard to the iPad. Try the following:

  • On your iPad, tap the settings icon from the Home Screen.
  • Tap on General.
  • Tap on Bluetooth.
  • Toggle Bluetooth to On
  • Turn on the Belkin keyboard.
  • The keyboard will show up under Devices on the iPad.
    Select Belkin Bluetooth Keyboard.
  • A code will appear on the screen.
    Enter this code on the keyboard and click Enter.

A message will pop up when pairing is successful. If pairing fails, repeat the steps above. If you're still unable to pair the two leave a comment and I will help further troubleshoot.

Hope that helps!

Jan 15, 2014 | YouTube Videos

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Dear Mr Deacon. To enable your traffic subscription follow the steps below: Apply external power to the nüvi. Connect your FM Traffic Receiver to your nüvi using the USB cable. From...


Those were pretty good instructions that Garmin gave you.

If you have your owner's manual, refer to how to get into your settings. If you don't have the owner's manual, you will have to google it. Unfortunately, you did not provide the model number, otherwise, I would have provided the link to it.

Mar 17, 2017 | Garmin GPS

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