how to show detailed data usage/consumpotion on iPad (iOS 11 /12)

I want to have an eye on consumption of the 4GB traffic available on a mobile data plan.

All I found thus far is consumption in GB, counting from a certain point in time (which u can reset and likewise start counting at 0 again) in the >Settings

What I’d like to see is

  1. a smaller unit then GB (MB’s would be good)
  2. data consumption per day

is there any way to achieve this?

Why doesn’t screen capture videos doesn’t show up in Video app or any other video players in iPad?

I’m using the built in screen capture to capture videos. They only seem to show up in the “Photos” app under “Videos” section. I really don’t like the Video player (with frames and stuff at the bottom). Why doesn’t a screen capture show up in “Videos” app or any other external players like VLC? What can I do to change the default player of screen captures on iPad?

Incorrect screen size of Cordova project on iPhone XR / XS / iPad Pro 11

I need help. I was able to export my test project from Rpg Maker MV tool using Cordovafor iOS. The resolution of the project is 1920×1080. When I export no problems, it works perfectly and the screen measurements are almost correct on all iPhones and iPads except:

  • iPhone XR / XS / XS Max
  • the New iPad Pro 11 and 12.9 “

How can I resolve via Xcode and insert the correct visualization?

I always see a white bar on the left side, as in the picture.

I read between the various posts of solutions to white bars, such as inserting the string in the index.html file:

<meta name="viewport" content="user-scalable=no", initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, minimum-scale=1, width=device-width, viewport-fit=cover"> 

After that I deleted the splash screen assets, and inserted it into the config.xml this string:

<splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@2x~iphone~anyany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@2x~iphone~comany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@2x~iphone~comcom.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@3x~iphone~anyany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@3x~iphone~anycom.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@3x~iphone~comany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@2x~ipad~anyany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default@2x~ipad~comany.png" /> <splash src="res/screen/ios/Default-Landscape-1242h@3x~iphone" /> 

Nothing to do, it is as if it did not find the files, and the visualization becomes smaller even though centered.

How can I solve it? Thank you all.

*Use xCode 10.2.1

iPad wifi greyed out; Can’t reset

So my iPad’s (running iOS 9.3.5) WiFi toggle of set to off and greyed out. I have not encountered such a problem on any iOS device before.

To make matters worse, when I try to reset the iPad to solve this problem, I am asked to enter my iCloud password, but when I do, I get an error saying the Id server could not be contacted (which obviously will happen since my WiFi is not working.)

So is this a catch-22 that cannot be solved?

My Books app in my ipad pro deletes/disappears my pdfs. I am on IOS 12.2 and it is was updated a couple weeks back without issue

What did happen is that I was reading one of the PDFs and the next time I opened it, the Book app was frozen. So, I shut off the ipad. When I turned it back on, I realized that I went from 130 PDFs to 4 losing nearly everything. Luckily, about 105 of the PDFs were on my iphone. So, I quickly bought more iCloud storage and transferred that there and then those PDFs were now back to my ipad, but I did lose 25 or so documents. I would really like to get these back and I do not know which ones I lost.

I tried all kinds of remedies I found on the web – including one that worked after an IOS update that zapped my PDFs a couple months back (no IOS update this time):

Restoring Missing PDFs in iBooks

There have been a few other ideas tossed around, like deleting the Books app and reinstalling it – that failed too.

Oh – and today my 105 documents became 95.

Very trumping irritating!

I am pretty bearish on a solution as many people appear to have this problem and have posted about it with some solutions that worked for them, but none of which worke for me on this cut.

Not sure why such a monumental bug is so difficult for Apple to handle.

PS: Another thing worth mentioning is that when I re-downloaded one of the missing PDFs (Actually, the one that was frozen), the document ended up in the correct folder in my collection and when I opened it, it was on the page I was last looking at – so Book still has some kind of memory of the PDF – I just hope that it can eventually make all the missing PDFs – reappear. It is very scary to me that I cannot trust the Book app – or even iCloud – after all, the 105 documents that became 95 today were theoretically on iCloud!