Not sure which of the settings I'd fiddled with did the trick, but the error message is GONE and I have 23.6GBs of FREE Storage Space in iCloud! I'd turned off "Back-Ups" in "Settings" I plugged the iPhone into iTunes to check
I knew Liberace was wealthy but not that damn wealthy! His estate was worth $115 million. Quote:Liberace left his sister more than $500,000. He still left the dogs he always called "my children" $50,000. He left his companion, Cary Jame
Yes, I'd found myway there before I'd asked for help, and followed your path there as well... ...it's more of less the same page, but mine certainly doesn't offer the "DELETE BACK-UP" Option (or I'd have done so.) edit: As far as I know
Originally Posted By: Jim_I guarantee it's not mail. Mail doesn't take up that much room to fill up storage. It's either photos, music, or movies is my guess. I take it you have a 32G iPhone? Are you looking in, Settings, iCloud, Storage & Backu
I guarantee it's not mail. Mail doesn't take up that much room to fill up storage. It's either photos, music, or movies is my guess. I take it you have a 32G iPhone? Are you looking in, Settings, iCloud, Storage & Backup, Manage Storage? Are yo
I was researching food eaten during the Wild West and found this piece. It's about an English gentleman traveling the route and eating in the way stations of the Pony Express riders. He has a way with words. "'A weary drive over a rough and d
Figured it out! The intake holes on the bottom of the iMac were clogged with dust. I wish there was an easier way to unclog them besides wiping down and using compressed air. Feel like I'm shoving more dust into the machine.
Can I ferinstance, dump any accumulated old mail off the server? (I ain't done that since Kriste was a Corporal ) then do a second back up through iTunes? ...would that (and redoing my photo option) get me more room in iCloud?
Worked for a music stage show for a number of years, one season we needed a Tanya Tucker type for the show...found a great look a like and best of all she fit the costume...but could not sing a lick...so when she was on stage the sound guy would cut
After playing with the Virginia state orchestra for three seasons and having to read those little black dots.(53 years ago) I got away from sight reading...and never looked back...did use fake books for a while but even those are now old hat
Originally Posted By: Jim_Even the spammers are taking the night off. SERIOUSLY!!! That was the very first thing I'd noticed... ...so I'd naturally assumed that Neil finally figured a way of Blocking Them... ...but then I took note that NOBO
I'm not really sure of which is the proper forum to ask my question in, inasmuch as it involves a Software Update to iOS6, on my iPhone 3Gs, that's affected my iCloud account. I'd waited to this long before UpDating, hoping that they'd have time
About a year ago, I was invited to participate in the praise band at church. The idea was to spell the regular bass player when he needed a day off. So I've been re-learning how to read music, but with a limited amount of time to devote to it, it's
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