On my iphone, I can not download an MP3 file. When I click on a DJ's mp3 file on his web site, it plays it with Quicktime, but it won't let me save it to my device. On my iphone, I can not copy music from more then one computer. I have both a PC and a Macbook pro at home, as well as a PC at work, and I had to make an unfortunate decision which computer to copy stuff from and that's the only one I get. If I try to copy from another computer, it erases all the music off my iphone to allow me to copy from the new computer.
I use the Social Security web site for the business I do for them. If I log in with my mac using Safari the files load just fine. PC they load fine.. Iphone or Ipad not so fine. I tried Opera and Atomic Web and still wouldn't load.
1st. I have 3 devices, 1 iPad and 2 ipods my Internet will not let me download new iOS, it times out. If I go to Starbucks, how do I only download one time and then transfer that to the other devices. 2nd. I have a windows computer and it seems to lose my library once in a while. It will say that this iPod is synced to another library. I have created another user for the one iPod. While this iPod has a different iTunes account I would like to be able to share the music purchased. This is all on the same computer. 3rd. Is there some way to download part of the new iOS file, so that I dont have to go to Starbucks.
Is it possible to download a torrent file onto their iPad? I do it on my MacBook pro, but it would be nice to do it on the iPad. If so, what app do i use? Or does my iPad have to be jail broken in order to do this?
So now I get a message saying that I have switch to wifi to download any file over like 20 mb? I can't download any tv shows, movies, even some apps that are bigger than that? Steve Jobs lied to me on the "unlimited" downloads promise.
When I try to download a file, I get a blank Safari page that partly loads, but no indication of whether or not the file downloaded or where it might go. Does it just detect a non-iPad friendly file and disregard?
My internet connection isn't the fastest at home so I downloaded the update file at my office using the following link :http://appldnld.apple.com/iPad/061-9857.20101122.VGthy/iPad1,1_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipswAny tips on how to proceed with doing the update using this file? I know you have to Option-Click the Update or Restore button, and then browse to the update file, but I was wondering if there is anything else I should do first.
I am having trouble viewing certain websites, in particular my Lotus Notes company email, on my new iPad. I cannot see all my folders and in general, have a difficult time doing a number of things on several other web sites. I thought it might have been the Safari web browser. I attempted to download Firefox with the hope that it's formatting might allow me to see what I typically do on my company PC.
Three questions: 1 - Will Firefox or any other webs browser allow me to see most web sites like I typically do on my work PC? 2 - Is there a setting on my iPad or within Safari that might accomplish the same goal? 3 - Why my iPad doesn't allow me to download Firefox..."Safari cannot download this file?"
I just got and love my iPad2 and am learning a lot. What I can't do is download a pdf file that is an attachment to my gmails. It won't open the attachment nor when I click on it will it download. I have installed both the iBook app and pdf-notes free also. I have a number of large cross stitch charts which I have purchased in pdf format. Several people I know use the iPad instead of printing all the pages ( can be 20+ or much more), can easily enlarge portions of the chart and with pdf-notes can highlight sections that have been stitched. My Comcast email will open the pdf attachment using the xfinity app, but there is nothing that tells me to save it in either iBook or pdf. I don't know what I am doing wrong. If I have to do something to the settings,
I clicked on the Safari Browser to get to the apple download site. I attempted to download the file and got a message saying file too big for Safari. So I tried a different browser I had on the ipad. No Joy.
If I purchase an audiobook from Audible.com I can use Safari on my Macintosh to download the file to my computer and/or iTunes.But Safari on the iPad does not let me do that. It says "Safari can not download this file"I know the iPad doesn't do SWF/Flash content. But why can't it download audiobooks.This means I have to bring a computer along with the iPad to listen to new audiobooks on the iPad
I would like to get an ipad and use in place of my notebook computer when traveling.I know I can set up the email and that wouldn't be a problem.it is the files I would need.I have several word and excel files that I would need to access (that I currently have on my notebook),create and edit.Would it be possible with the iPad and would I need to download an app for that?
Information: MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.4.10) purchased 9-2007