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I have been trying to download Xcode 13.1 on the new 16" MacBook pro-2021, with iOS Monterey and it keeps getting stuck at the very end. I have tried restarting and redownloading it on my computer, but it keeps getting stuck. Is anyone else having this issue? There should be no reason that Xcode won't run on the new M1 Pro chips, so I am wondering if it is an issue with iOS Monterey.
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same exact problem using a 2021 14 inch m1 pro. Tried to use app store to update xcode to 13.2.1 or something, and now it's stuck "installing" in launchpad. I tried deleted the xcode app and also Alt and clicking X, then shutting down, but cannot get it to stop trying to install. In AppStore in xcode page there's a spinning circle but no stop button in the middle.
I'm currently on El Capitan 10.11.6 but I need to update my MacOS. I've clicked on the 'update' section of app store but it says no updates available. I've also clicked on "software update" from "about this mac" and nothing shows up either. I have checked my System Preferences and the box for "automatically check for updates" has been ticked already. I've tried to restart my computer but it still hasn't worked.
Most devices provide Netflix as a pre-installed app that you can access from the main menu, or from a Netflix button on your remote. If you can't find Netflix from the main menu or remote, it's possible that your device has an app store you can download the Netflix app from. If you can't find the app store or don't see Netflix offered, contact your device manufacturer to learn how you can access Netflix.
If tax season or client invoicing has you searching for the record of an item you bought from Apple, you can access the data using the iTunes software on your computer. Past purchases from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store and Mac App Store are individually listed by date and order number -- with content title, price, tax and payment information displayed for viewing or printing. You can also use this information to report a problem with a past order if the transaction in question is less than 90 days old.
The original files uploaded from Lightroom Classic remain on your desktop and are not stored, synced, or used by Adobe Lightroom for mobile. Lightroom desktop app uploads all your original photos to the cloud. This means that all your photos are safely backed up.
Adobe will continue to store your original images and videos for one year or so before they're deleted. You can use the Adobe Lightroom Downloader app to download your photos from Creative Cloud within this period after your membership or trial expires. See Lightroom Cloud deletion for details.
After you download an EPUB or PDF ebook to your computer, you can find its ACSM file in your computer's "Downloads" folder. The ACSM file is not the actual ebook; instead, it's a file that Adobe Digital Editions uses to download and open the ebook.
The iTunes App Store on my laptop computer opens in English. The credit card tied to my iTunes account is a US address. My iPad an I are in Mexico. My iPad is set to English for language in the general setting, but when I open the iTunes app on my iPad (iOS 6.0), it is all in Spanish with no way to change it. What do I do to get the iTunes app to appear in English?
if you taking about the iTunes Store navigation, this will reflected our current store country (I presume Mexico as per iTunes terms and condition you should match the iTunes Store country with your billing address).
Obviously, if I send the laptop back, I'll try to make perfect image copies of the drives, but my experience has been that nothing's perfect and restored images sometimes don't restore well enough to work without hassle.
Or, you could see if the Windows 8 app store works for you. I'm seriously considering taking advantage of the Windows 8 $39 upgrade price for all my PCs, just so I can move to an app store model for as many products as possible. That and the new storage pooling architecture of Windows 8 makes me tingle all over, but we'll talk about that (the storage pooling, not the tingling) in another article.
Sadly, the fringe products I need for development probably will never be in the app store, so I'll probably have licensing hassles for as long as I use Windows. Since I'm probably always going to need a real computer for real work, and I probably won't just be able to rely on a toy tablet like the iPad, licensing and upgrading will always be something of a pain.
Across the world, admirers of Apple computers are constructing impromptu shrines outside Apple Stores. Guy Raz hears from people in Santa Monica, Calif., and Washington, D.C., about what Apple means to them.
From NPR News, This is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. I'm Guy Raz. We begin this hour with an ending. Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, died yesterday at the age of 56. He'd struggled with pancreatic cancer since being diagnosed in 2003. Jobs was celebrated around the world today with mourners gathering at Apple stores, leaving flowers, candles, iPod earbuds and notes of appreciation. Heads of state, from Mexico to India, spoke admiringly of the man who breathed life into the personal computer and revolutionized the way we listen to music.
In a moment, we'll take a closer look at the Steve Jobs aesthetic and the importance of design to Apple's remarkable success. But first, we visited two Apple stores here in Washington, D.C. and in Santa Monica, California, and we asked people for their first Apple memories.
Is there any way to create these myself without having to ask my client for their primary login? They're not particulary tech savy so it would be difficult to walk them through the process to create the necessary certificates (and would require me giving them a certificate request from my computer, etc. etc.). But it seems like there should be some way to create a distribution build without "agent" rights, right? Could Apple seriously expect only one person from a company to do all the building and uploading of apps to the store?
As the Monty Python song goes, I try to always look at the bright side of life. I had been meaning to do a clean install of Lion anyways, so this way I can go through and see what things I really need from my old computer and what had been junking up my computer over the last four years.
Recently, I did update one computer at work without critical info (so I did not make a backup before updating to Lion). After the update all user accounts were gone, except one non admn account and the password did not work. I quickly Googled and it was a common bug, so I was able to re-create an admn account and all data was there. It was a good reminder to always run SuperDuper and TimeMachine before updating.
Yes. If you're running Android 4.5 or higher, you can install the GoToMyPC app from the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for Android. We recommend using devices with a 1Ghz processor or higher for optimal performance.
There is no cost for the GoToMyPC app. You can easily download the app from the Google Play Store. However, you will need a GoToMyPC subscription in order to connect to your computer. If you're not a subscriber, you can try GoToMyPC free for 30 days at www.GoToMyPC.com.
Sign in with your Amazon credentials on your Android device. Tap the Shop icon and search for "GoToMyPC" and click Go. Tap the Buy from Amazon Appstore button to view the details of the GoToMyPC app.
All data, including screen images, and keyboard and mouse input, is fully encrypted from end to end using 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption. No unencrypted information is ever stored on our system.
So I installed a new tmobile modem the other day, quick and easy, the last one worked just fine with spotify, no issues. This new modem is plug and play, nothing to adjust or anything, exactly same model as the old one. Now spotify will play from everything, my phone, EVEN THE WEB PLAYER to my denon surround sound, but it WILL NOT play from the desktop app now. I enjoy having my songs on my computer for when there is an outage and i don't have internet, but I can't play them.So in the app I can actually see the stereo, it tries to connect, if something else is playing, it will stop it from playing, but it will NOT sync up or play except through the computer speakers. It will actually play on my computer speakers and the webplayer going to the denon surround sound at the same time! I don't have that plan either. I rolled back the version to previous version. So i just reinstalled it.Everything has been disconnected, restarted, reconnected multiple times. This is day three trying to fix this and my last resort.
I have the same problem right now. My desktop PC (I tried with windows app store version and the website installer version) is connected via Ethernet, is completely outcast from the rest of my home home devices (all of those detect each-other with zero problems). I have an amazon echo household group. When I play something in my desktop it wont show with my Alexa speakers and wont show with my mobile apps, and vice-versa. The desktop app only show my NVIDIA shield as available devices, when in fact I have iPad, mobile and about 8 amazon echos.
Saint Mary's College recommends that you check Automatically keep my Mac up to date so your computer will download and install app updates automatically.This is the best way to keep your computer's software up-to-date and ensure you have anysecurity updates installed promptly.