Apr 282017
 

Do you love reading book by using iBooks? It is such a useful reading tool which allows you to open and read kinds of files like PDF, Word, EPUB, etc. And you can also regard it as a kindle that you are able to buy books that you like in the store. Still, do you like to read by your functional iPhone or a  larger screen iPad? If you find it hard to make decision, we will then going to tell you the top 3 ways to transfer iBooks from iDevice to iDevice, and you can enjoy read on whichever iOS device you like.

ibooks from idevice to idevice

1. Sync iBooks via iCloud

It is well known that iCloud will intelligently save the book which you have bought in the store, what you need to do is log in the same Apple Account in iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Then set the setting as follow:

For iOS 10.3,

Settings >> “Your User Name” >> iCloud >> iCloud Drive >> iBooks

For other iOS users,

Settings >> iCloud >>iCloud Drive >> iBooks

After turn on the iBooks setting, when you open iBooks app and connected to the net, those books you bought will automatically be in you shelf.

2. Send PDF iBooks as Attachment by Email

For books you have import to iBooks, you might find them unavailable to transfer via AirDrop, but Email can be a good choice.

First open the target PDF iBooks and tap share icon share icon which exist on the top left corner, then choose Email.

Import your Email information and send it. Receive the Email on another iOS device with PDF attachment and open through iBooks.

3. Export & Import iBooks through Tenorshare iCareFone

Use third party software can also be a good way to transfer files. Tenorshare-iCareFone, as a powerful iOS device manager can help you transfer lots of  different files which including iBooks. What makes it unique is because that, during the transferring process, iCareFone will help you remove the DRM lock of iBooks. And you are even able to read those DRM protected iBooks in your computer.

Launch the program, click “File Manager” >> “iBooks”, and you can preview the books in your iOS device.

icarefone manager ibooks

Export the selected book to your computer and connect another iOS device to iCareFone, then import the book into it.

Aug 192014
 

Press your iPhone’s POWER button and get no response at all? Don’t panic, you’re not the only one who encountered such issue. And fortunately, you can fix your iPhone won’t boot yourself in most cases.

iphone won't turn on

First all of, let’s find out which cases would lead to iPhone won’t start up.

  • Software update
  • Screen replacement
  • Black & blue screen
  • Fully charged
  • After restore
  • Water damaged
  • Update iOS 7/8

When your iPhone 4S/5/5C/5S couldn’t open after you have done any of the operation above, please try the 6 tips in the following to fix iPhone won’t turn on at all.

1.    Hold HOME and POWER Button

Hold the HOME and POWER button simultaneously for about 10 to 15 seconds, and release these two buttons if an Apple logo appears, then your iPhone should turn on after 5 seconds. This solution is very simple and usually works for the unknown situation.

2.    Charge your iPhone

Some running apps consume the battery without us knowing and iPhone will switch off when the battery is too low. Put your iPhone in charge and wait for one or more minutes to turn on your phone.
Note: However, after being fully charged, your iPhone still won’t turn on? At this time, you should try a hard reset.

3.    Hard Reset

To hard reset your iPhone, please keep holding the “Sleep/Wake” button on the top right of your phone until you can see the red slider pops up onscreen. And it usually works when your iPhone won’t turn on after screen replacement.

4.    Dry Your Phone

If your iPhone was water damaged, then please don’t rush into turning on it to makes the situation worse. Dry it and you’d better to turn on it five days later.
Or, take it to Apple Store to exchange a new one.

If your iPhone is not totally won’t turn on but some issues came across when turn on, go on and try these two ways. (Be aware: both of these operations on your iPhone may erase your iPhone data, please transfer iPhone data to computer first.)

5.    Put iPhone into DFU Mode  

iPhone is able to start but not boot properly, please put your iPhone into DFU mode by following these:
-Put your iPhone into PC
-Hold HOME and POWER button at the same time until iPhone screen turns to black.
-Release POWER button but keep pressing HOME button for 10 seconds.

get iphone into duf mode

6.    Get iPhone into Recovery Mode

When the Apple logo pops up but remains onscreen without progress bar, you need to put iPhone into Recovery Mode. ReiBoot is allowed to get iPhone into/out recovery with only one click. Or you can follow these steps:
Step 1: Turn off you iPhone and just plug the USB cable into computer
Step 2: Hold the HOME button when you connect USB to iPhone.
Step 3: Release the HOME button when you see the iTunes logo.
get iphone into dfu mode
Step 4: Use iTunes to restore your iPhone.

These are all the tricks you can try to fix iPhone won’t start up problem. And you should make an appointment at the Genius Bar if your iPhone still won’t turn on.

Jun 302014
 

Welcome to the Any Phone Data Transfer blog, where we are able to find the best solutions for data transfer of iOS device.

You are in this blog is most likely because:

> Want to backup iOS data to computer in case data loss caused by iOS upgrade, accidentally delete, iPhone is damaged etc.
> Want to transfer iOS data to pc to print out.
> Be afraid of data will lose after device is synced.
> Change phone but want to keep the data.
> Transfer iPhone data to Android phone.
> Transfer iPhone data to iPad, iPod Touch.
> Transfer iPad data to iPhone, iPod Touch.
> Transfer iPod data to iPhone iPad.
And more reasons.

You may have one or more demands as mentioned above, in order to help you solve all of the problems, I start this blog.

What you can do in this blog:

One, browse all the data transfer solution and use tips in this blog;
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