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Where are the images and videos from the Photos app saved on my Mac?

Not unlike iTunes, Photos for Mac defaults to copying every single imported photograph or video to its own library. You can change that behavior if you like, but most people prefer to not bother themselves with running managed photo libraries so they’ll keep the setting as is. In this post, we’ll explain where the images and videos from the Photos app are stored on your Mac and more.... Read the rest of this post here


"Where are the images and videos from the Photos app saved on my Mac?" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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How to restore your device to iOS 9.x with iDeviceReRestore

A while back we broke the story of a bug which was allowing restores to iOS 9 firmwares, without even needing a jailbreak. It was subsequently discovered that the bug was more far-reaching than originally thought, allowing restores to iOS 9.x from any firmware, not just from iOS 9.

The tool was released a week or so ago, and so we thought the time was right for a tutorial. Follow our instructions here to bring any 32-bit device back to any iOS 9.x firmware you have blobs for, from any starting firmware. No keys, bundles, nonces, or jailbreak required!... Read the rest of this post here


"How to restore your device to iOS 9.x with iDeviceReRestore" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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How to use CoolBooter CLI to dual-boot your device

You may have seen my report on the CoolBooter updates, in which I mentioned that both the app and the command line versions had seen changes. Whilst using the CoolBooter app is self-explanatory and will satisfy the needs of most, it does not currently support iOS 5 as the secondary OS, which may lead some to want to try out the command line utility instead. I will therefore be walking you through using CoolBooter CLI 0.3 to dual-boot your device.... Read the rest of this post here


"How to use CoolBooter CLI to dual-boot your device" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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How to fix: This is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?

One of the security features in macOS is a prompt which appears when opening a program for the first time: This is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?

Whilst this can be helpful to the average Joe, preventing him from opening programs he may have downloaded accidentally (such as malware), power users may wish to circumnavigate the prompt. If you already practice good housekeeping in what you download and open, this dialog can be a time waster. There are various ways to deal with it, and this guide will talk you through their pros and cons.... Read the rest of this post here


"How to fix: This is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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How to save posts on Instagram and organize them into collections

Instagram recently added a tool that permits you to save posts for later and organize them into Pinterest-like curated collections that only you can see. Whether you want to plan your next day trip, revisit your favorite artists’ illustrations or always have some animal videos on hand, our tutorial will get you up to speed on Instagram’s Saved Posts and Collections features and lay out the basics of keeping track of any posts you wish to remember.... Read the rest of this post here


"How to save posts on Instagram and organize them into collections" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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