iPhone 7 Calendar Not Syncing with iPad/iPod touch

“I have synced my iPad calendar to iCloud, and now why my iPhone 7 calendar not syncing with iCloud? I have updated my iPhone 7 to the latest software. Still not work!”

iPhone Calendar app always contains something important you need, such as meeting date and sb’s birthday. After purchasing a new iPhone 7, you may want to sync these important info from old device to your new iPhone 7, keep the info with you on the way.

However, you may have encountered some issues that stop you from syncing your iPhone calendar with iCloud. Then how to fix it? Below we gives you some tips that may be helpful.

How to Fix “iPhone Calendar Not Syncing with iCloud”

Tip 1. Turn off iCloud Calendar and then turn on.

Tip 2. Restart your iPhone and re-try.

Tip 3. Check whether you turn on Push by going to Settings > Calendar > Accounts > Fetch New Data > iCloud.

Tip 4. Check your network connection, make sure it works well.

Tip 5. Use alternative way, some transferring tool, for example AnyTrans can merge Calendar, contacts and messages from old device to new device.

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How to Print Messages Conversations on iPhone 7 (Plus)

How to Print Messages on iPhone 7

How to Print Messages on iPhone 7

Have been using iPhone 7 for some days, you stored so many messages threads on new mobile phone? With various effects and emojis, you are suggested to clean your Messages app. But before deleting messages, you may want to backup and print some funny, valuable and important messages conversation. So how to print messages on iPhone 7?

How to Print A Messages on iPhone 7?

If you just want to print a message, it could be very simple. Just capture a screenshot of the message and send the screenshot to your computer, then you can print it.

  1. Capture a screenshot >
  2. Send screenshot to computer using email or instant messaging service >
  3. Print the screenshot with printer >

How to Print Whole Message Conversation on iPhone 7?

But what if you want to print a complete message conversation.? It seems a little hard.

If you plan to print message chatting history of one person, you may need the help of some professional iPhone managing tool, such as AnyTrans. This tool helps you save message conversation to printable files on your computer. In this way, you can print the whole message conversation on your iPhone 7.

Source: Print Text Messages on iPhone – AnyTrans

2 Ways to Sync Ringtones to New iPhone 7

Recently I went through a question on Apple Communities sayingI bought a new iphone 7. I did the backup and restore, and everything is good, but I don’t have any of my ringtones on my new iphone 7. How can I get them without having to buy them again?”.

As it said in the question, you cannot put ringtones to new iPhone 7 from your old device by restoring with iTunes or iCloud. Because you can’t backup ringtones to iTunes or iCloud. So what can you do to sync ringtones from iPhone to iPhone?

Sync Purchased Ringtones to New iPhone 7 with iTunes

With iTunes, you can sync all purchased items from old iPhone to new iPhone. In this way, you can transfer some purchased ringtones to your new iPhone 7.

1, Transfer Purchased Items from Old iPhone to iTunes

Actually, iTunes allows you to sync purchased items to iTunes from your iPhone. After launch iTunes on your computer and connect your old iPhone to iTunes, you can find one item named “Transfer Purchased from…” under iTunes menu > File > Devices, which helps you import purchased songs, ringtones and others from your iPhone to iTunes.

transfer purchased ringtones from old iPhone

transfer purchased ringtones from old iPhone

2, Sync All Items from iTunes to iPhone 7

After importing all purchased items to iTunes, now you can sync your iTunes library to iPhone 7. You should connect your iPhone 7 to computer. After iTunes recognizes your device, click your iPhone 7 icon and go to Settings > Tones to Sync Tones to your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.

sync tones to new iPhone 7

sync tones to new iPhone 7

Transfer Non-Purchased Ringtones to iPhone 7

iTunes and iCloud are unhelpful in transferring Non-Purchased items between your old iPhone and new iPhone. And AirDrop cannot transfer ringtones, too. In this case, you have to re-make some custom ringtones by using some best iPhone ringtone apps and sync them to your iPhone 7, or using some professional transfer tools, such as AnyTrans, which allows you to transfer selected ringtones between two iOS devices.

AnyTrans official download url: AnyTrans Mac and Windows Verson >>

How to Recover Old Messages in iOS 10

Normally if we choose to keep messages forever under Settings > Messages > Messages History, we can store all messages conversations on our device. However, recently some users reported that their old iMessages conversations disappeared accidentally in iOS 10 even though they’ve chosen it be forever.

“I keep all my texts from the people I regularly text and I was going back on a convo and wanted to see something they texted me a month ago, but i was scrolling up like I normally do, and it stopped at a certain point and wouldn’t load anymore.

Now I know I didn’t delete the texts before that point, and I tried with other people and it’s letting me go back up to a year. I tried force closing the Messages app and restarting my phone and nothing. 

What’s weird is the person in particular’s messages wont load after a certain point but all the photos/gifs we’ve sent each other still appear in the “details” button.

Any advice or people having a similar issue?”

Above is one of iPhone 7 Plus users reported on Apple Communities saying iMessages not loading old messages in iOS 10 and all old messages missing from iPhone.

Among all messages issues in iOS 10, this issue can be the biggest because you would lose something. And if we get this issue, is there some tips to fix it and get back lost messages?

How to Fix Won’t Load Old Messages and Recovery Messages in iOS 10

  1. Turn off iMessages and then turn on it by going to Settings > Messages.
  2. Power off your iPhone and restart your device. Or hold on both “Power” and “Home” to force restart your device.
  3. Restore your iPhone from recently backup to get back old messages.
  4. If you have so many backups, you may need an iPhone backup extractor for help to view contents on backups without restoring.

If you have some better ideas to get back disappearing old messages, please let us know by leaving a comment. Many thanks!

iPhone 6/6s App Disappeared After Updating to iOS 9.3.4/10

“After updating to iOS 9.3.4, noticed my twitter app accidentally missing from my iPhone 6s. And I searched it on Spotlight, but there was no result. How can I get back my missing app?”

Normally, we can quickly find one app by searching its name in Spotlight bar on our iPhone. If we can’t find what we want in this way, the app may be deleted. In this situation, we can re-download it from App Store.

However, there is one iOS problem: after updating to a new iOS or restoring from iTunes/iCloud, some apps disappear from screen, and you cannot re-download it from App Store, and sometimes, it shows “Open” (App Store shows it was installed). So what can you do to get out of this trouble?

How to Recover Disappeared App on iPhone 6/6s

Tip 1. restart your iPhone.

Tip 2. check whether iPhone restriction prevent the app showing up.

Tip 3. delete the apps on Settings

  • Step 1. Run Settings app on your iPhone 6,  and then go to General > Storage & iCloud Storage > Mange Storage (Storage).
  • Step 2. Find whether the app is listed. If it is listed, tap it and delete it.
  • Step 3. Run App Store, tap “Updated” on the bottom menu bar, and download your wanted app from Purchased on iCloud.

If you have some better ideas of fixing missing apps on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, be free to share them on the comment section.

Source: Fix App Problems on iPhone iPad

How to See All Call History on iPhone 6/6S/SE/5S

You may wander a way to get old call log of some specific contact on your iPhone, maybe the call history was created some months ago. You may have tried to unlock your iPhone and check the call log, but eventually you found there was only some recently call history listed. So how to get old call history of one specific contact?

Actually, some data recovery software can easily make it to help you view all call history, and even some deleted ones on your iPhone for free. Now let’s follow this post to know how it work.

How to View Call History on iPhone

  1. You can download PhoneRescue and install it on your computer. It’s compatible with both of Mac and Windows.
  2. Connect your iPhone to computer by using your cable. Select “Recover from iOS device” and go forward to scan data on your iPhone.

    How to Get All Call History on iPhone

    How to Get All Call History on iPhone

  3. After scanning, PhoneRescue will lists most of iOS built-in apps with its related data. Just select call history, now you can view all call log here. In addition, it shows you clearly what people called you.
    Recover iPhone Call Log

    Recover iPhone Call Log

    Source: How to Recover Deleted iPhone Call Log

AirDrop Won’t Work in iOS 9.3.2

airdrop not working

airdrop not working

“After latest update of iOS 9.3.2 and hard reset and network reset, no resolvement. Anyone else having this problem? When tapping on air drop and sharing photos, won’t search for nearby contacts or anyone if tapped on contacts Only / Everyone”

One iPhone 6 users asked for help on iOS 9.3.2 Airdrop not working problem.

As one of iPhone or iPad users, you may also catch this issue and find your Airdrop won’t work on your device. In this situation, what can you do to get your airdrop work again. Below are some basic tips to this issue. Now let’s check the list.

How To Fix AirDrop Not Working in iOS 9/9.3.1/9.3.2

Source: AirDrop Not Working

  • Turn off and then turn on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
  • Force restart your devices. Hold on both of “Power” and “Home” buttons for several seconds.
  • Turn off and then turn on iCloud at Settings > iCloud.
  • Update iOS to latest version.
  • Reset Networks at Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
  • Use alternative tools, such as iTunes, Email, Instant Messenger,or professional transfer tool – AnyTrans, to share songs, pictures, contacts, etc on your device.

Share your opinion on the comment section if you have some other solutions!