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How to stop sending info to apple automatically

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by minovsky, Jun 10, 2010.

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    Whenever I sync my iPad in iTunes, there will be a prompt asking me to send data back to Apple. The check box "don't ask me again" or sth similar is checked by default. I don't have an issue of sending the crash data to Apple, but I want to be able to take control in that. Normally I will uncheck that box and then send, but just now in a hurry i clicked send without unchecking the box. I tried to look for an option to disable the auto sending in the preferences but can't find it. can someone please tell me how i can disable it again?

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