I just plugged my iPad into my Win 7 PC for the first time in a long time and it started backing up. Twice during this backup process, my McAfee triggered a detection and subsequent deletion of PWS-Zbot.gen.vv in my backup files. My iPad is not jailbroken, but I download a lot of documents and pdfs straight to my iPad and I do not know if this is a false trigger or whether something I have downloaded is a potential danger to any Windows device to which I sync or backup my iPad. Is there any way to tell which file is causing the issue from the crazy alphanumeric path or to scan the iPad for potentially dangerous files? The other discussions of trojans in this forum have concluded that since non-jailbroken apps are safe that the iPad itself is safe and that these are false triggers, but they did not discuss files downloaded through Safari.
I use tapatalk when on my iPhome & iPad, but at work I use a pc. I just found out that I got a Trojan virus 'maljava' from visiting one of the forums I frequent on the PC. Can the same virus infect my iDevices if I go to that forum through tapatalk?
I recently purchased an ipad3 and am looking for a fast and effective way to convert my HD MKV collection to mp4 or any HD format supported by the iPad 3.Batch conversion would be ideal and I don't mind paying for the right software. (OS is Windows 7 BTW )
http://gizmodo.com/5461810/windows-7...pad-via-citrixI've used them on my ipod touch, like VNC, but they never worked too well. they never would render the screen fast enough but would the iPad have the juice to do this efficiently enough to say watch a movie? what about use flash apps?
My i pad started playing up a few weeks ago with not charging battery when connected to my laptop. Now it doesn't detect anything when I plug it into any of the USB's. I have tried all I can find on the web, hard reset, re install i tunes, make sure any drivers are working, ensure the apple mobile app is on, it is not showing on the pc full stop. It works fine as a pad but won't be able to sync it.
(sorry for the long descriptions but thought it might be also useful to others who run into some issues I have).Last night i struggled a lot with upgrading to the latest version. At first I couldn't complete the install and got error messages from iTunes that the system update failed and I should perform "system restore". After pressing the restore, got an error of unable to complete install (error 1016). After many failed attempts involving all sorts of different boots (pressing home while connecting the cable and different USB ports) with no success I finally tried rebooting the PC and going through the process again and this time it sort of worked.
I recently had some problem with my Ipad 2. Originally it was jailbroken on iOS 4.3. I gave it to my dad, since I bought the new iPad.
Last month he updated it to 6.1 over the air (OTA), and you already knew, the iPad cannot be used anymore. When he showed it to me, I can only see the "plug in to iTunes" on the screen.
When I try to restore the firmware for it, here comes the issue. iTunes cannot recognize my iPad. Specifically, Windows has some problem in installing the driver for it.
Here is the warning message when I plug the iPad in and Windows finishes installing the driver.
In "Device Manager" I can only see the "Unknown Device" which is supposed to be my iPad.
I tried to follow the troubleshooting on Apple support page by manually installing the driver from "C:Program FilesCommon FilesAppleMobile Device SupportDrivers". After doing this here is what I saw in "Device Manager". Notice the exclamation mark on the "Apple Device".
I have updated my iTunes to the latest version, by the way, I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits. I have tried on 2 3 other Win7 machines (32/64 bits), and tried to change other cable as well. So now I am sure the problem is with my iPad.
my Itunes V 22.214.171.124.1 and Ipad v 3.2, have not use Ipad with Itunes for a while, and my pc just being fixed yesterday, tried to sync some songs to Ipad, unfortunately itunes won't detected my ipad, anyone know how to fix this issue? thanks in advance
My iPad is unable to detect that my earphones have a mic with them. when I am making a call (Skype), or recording a memo, my iPad uses the built in mic and ignores the ones with my earphones. this gets annoying as I had to speak closer to the iPad for my voice to be detected.
iPad Maps detects my IP Address 126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52 that I'm in Russia. I am however in the Philippines for a long vacation. I hope this gets corrected as this is a will be a reliability issue for me.
Itunes detects an ipod nano but does not detect my iPad. Windows does detect it and dings and gives the popup options as a camera.
I have rebooted, updated bonjour, uninstalled itunes and downloaded the most recent version and installed it. Went into Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and stopped Bonjour AND AMDS and started both of them and still no go. Went through the MSCONFIG that Apple lists here:
http:(url)and still no go. If I go into Preferences in iTunes and go to Sharing and it says "The Bonjour service has been disabled. Bonjour is required to share music with others.
After many sucessful iPad syncs, last night when I connected the ipad I got a, "No Camera Detected error" in itunes. I selected OK, the message went away and continue to sync normally. Message now shows up everytime I connect to sync iPad.
I've been trying to connect my sister's ipad to a Windows PC to sync some music however when I connect it to the pc the ipad is not being detected at all. Here are some of the details and things I've tried already.
First machine ever synced with (windows7) Current PC/ My PC ( windows7) Other ipads and apple products connect to my PC and are automatically detected and displayed in itunes.
Itunes is up to date. Restarted Ipad (holding sleep/wake button) Reset ipad (holding sleep/wake and home buttons) Reset all settings in General Settings. tried connecting the ipad to another pc (windows XP) which also automatically detects other apple products. Tried connecting the ipad using different cables incase of a short.
I've officially run out of things to try. Right now I'm thinking the one last thing I can try is Erasing the ipad using the option in General Settings. Ive also noticed that when the Ipad is plugged into the Wall Charger it sometimes says 'Not Charging' however it does eventually charge very slowly.
Ipad info: Ipad 1 Capacity 29.0GB Version 4.3(8F190) Model MB293LL
Alright, so I had a problem where I rebuilt my home PC but kept my iTunes library on a seperate drive from my OS, so I still kept it. Then, when I'd finished rebuilding my machine, I installed iTunes and told it to use the same directory as it had previously for the library. Of course, it didn't do that, it created a whole new folder within that folder, and ignored all the previous library data. No big deal, I'll just wipe the old stuff and transfer the purchases from my iPad. Except that didn't work either, I got a message saying iTunes was waiting for something (can't remember the exact text off-hand) everytime I tried to transfer purchaes from my iPad.
Looked through the communities and found out that a few things can cause that problem (apparently voice memos were at fault for some people, improperly authorized machine, and a couple other items), but none of the fixes did anything for me. So I looked around for the alternative to restore my iTunes library on my machine so I look at the Apple support page for backing up your iPad [URL] and it says the backup function will save your apps, which is all I cared about since I didn't store my media in my iTunes library. Since I'd also been having a problem with an Ubisoft game and they recommended wiping my iPad to fix it, I made a backup and wiped the iPad then restored from a backup. Except not a single freaking one of my apps backed up despite having done it just minutes before wiping the iPad. All the default Apps and settings information were saved, but every single purchased app is gone.
What did I do wrong, or is Apple support flat out wrong, or (and god I hope not or I'll blow a gasket) did Apple decides "apps" really means "Apple apps"?
My problem is this: I am travelling throughout Asia with my ipad2 and using it to store photos. Recently my camera started playing up and the photos stored on the ipad are the only backup i have. I want to back them up. I have the camera kit so can connect USB and SD, however I was looking to use an online backup service like Carbonite or Sugarsynch. I've found out that they can only back up one photo at a time if at all.
How else can i back up the photos currently on my ipad? As additional information, i do have remote access through Teamviewer, to my laptop back in the US. I've tried to remote to thea laptop, thean remote back to the ipad in order to pull picture files off but couldn't seem to get it to work....thought it was a longshot anyway. So, how do youbackup photos without a computer to synch with?