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Craig Hockenberry
Someday, my iPhone will trust my computer. Today, and yesterday, and the day before that, and the day before that day, and holy shit how long has this been going on, was not the day.
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Craig Hockenberry Feb 7
Replying to @mattro
Personal hotspot is "not discoverable" in Control Center, so 🤷‍♂️
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timo Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
Did you earn that trust? Tell your computer something you’ve never told anyone else before.
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Dave Wood 🇨🇦 Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
Do you have Personal Hotspot turned on? That seems to trigger this issue.
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Sebastjan Valič Feb 6
No, it’s not that.
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Chris Paveglio Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
It's better than my issue: phone randomly disconnects from Xcode. Many times a day. Then reconnects for no reason. Quick, build and run now, it's connected! Oops too slow.
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Sebastjan Valič Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
But how? You’re not logged into iCloud, into your computer and not even using your iPhone the whole day. Not even connected once before and not even remotely in the same spot at the same time.
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Mike Cohen🥑 #Warren2020 Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
I just love when my Apple Watch randomly asks if I want to trust this computer and I have no idea which one.
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JuanT ツ Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
OMG it’s so annoying!
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Doug Broussard Feb 6
Replying to @chockenberry
Mine’s doing that too, which is extremely annoying.
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