So with the new JB coming soon I am finally updating to 5.1.1 and want to do so as in a restore. I have a question though, I don't want to use restore from backup and want to use a clean slate, could I still use iCloud this way and it would restore everything? I'm talking about my pics, and bookmarks would those all get restored through iCloud after updating even though I don't use the "restore from backup" feature in iTunes?
I had a problem with my pc and i must format my pc. So i downloaded itunes again and try to sync with my ipad, but all application in my ipad was dissapear and i don't know how to bring them back. I'm trying to bought the same application but it still not show on my application or my ipad.
I made a mistake and deleted the standard iPad Notes app that comes with the iPad. I do not want to do a full restore and Notes has been deleted about 10 backups ago. Is there a quick and easy way of reinstalling just this one app? I cannot locate it in my Mobile Apps folder in iTunes and cannot find it in the iTunes iPad apps area.
Yes, this was a dumb mistake, but I am counting on some of the bright minds in this forum to show me the way.
Information: iMac (Intel Duo), G5 PPC, iPad, iPod Touch, MacBook Pro (Intel) Mac OS X (10.6.3)
I have seen that in Mac or other linux based operating system, you get a trash option which is similar to Recylebin which allows you to restore data after deleting.As far as I can see, there is no any such option in iPad.Yesterday I deleted some important videos accidentally.Is there any method to restore it? If yes the how?
It is possible to restore deleted files from a iPad1? Any software existing for this purpose?
I have no backup - I lost all my unique photos in a sync with a new pc that deleted all the files (photos) on the iPad and ended up adding two unwanted pictures from the pc instead of transferring the photos from the iPad TO the pc.
If deleting a note page from your note apps by mistake is there anyway of retrieving it without going through iTunes or iCloud. Is there a deleted bin that is installed where you could decide if you want to have it deleted for good or restored. This is the new age of technology and there should be a deleted bin as in most computers or websites. There must be a way..
Pages deleted all my documents when I opened it and it told me there was an update. I clicked the update button, but when I saw the update was 250 MB I thought I would wait to update. I returned to Pages and all my documents were gone.
How do I get them back?
If I go to the settings I can see several of my Pages documents (maybe all of them) are stored in my iCloud. That's great, but how do I get them back on my iPad 2 in my Pages App?
I was just using my ipad mini and then safari crashed and exited by itself when I went back I looked at my reading list and half of it was gone.:thumbsdown: And then I accidentally deleted my history along with the cookies and cache.