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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by SweetPoison, Dec 26, 2010.
We have multiple users in iTunes. And yes, sign in, sign out.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single person in possession of an iPad, must guard it carefully from other members of their household.
I don't know anyone else's password, and no one knows mine. Although, sometimes my daughter won't sign out but that is easily remedied.
Very true, my friend. And I can tell if someone has touched, moved, used, or breathed on my Paddy.
Every.single.time. I catch them. They use it in the place I put it, they wouldn't dare move it without asking.
But I can tell if anyone touches it.
Oh. Do you send those prints off to CSI?
I can tell because they will close my case, when I left it open. Or leave it open when I had it closed.
Or, the main thing, is that when I hit Safari, it takes me to where they all have been.
Crappy iTune - you probably need to learn how to use it
I have three iPods, two iPhones, and one iPad all linked to one PC. No problems but, then again, I read the directions.
I Have A Friend who Travels A Lot...
He comes and visits once a month, and while in residence he syncs his iPad with my PC. Why? The only PC he has is his company's PC. They have a very strict work only policy. He was going to buy a laptop of his own but along came the iPad, bought it, and that met his needs.
When he plugs in his iPad to my PC, iTunes recognizes it as Dave's iPad. When I plug in my iPad, iTunes recognizes it as Matt's iPad. When we got our iPads we had to name it and from that day forward iTunes has kept track of each iPad. What apps he has bought, remains his apps and vice versa.
We haven't figured out how he can get some of my games that cost some money onto his iPad, but then again we haven't really tried.
We have three in our family but only my elder brother and my younger brother too and his wife, but i dont know what the model is...
Well said, Matt!