Cloud Storage 101 for Business or Personal Use and iCloud for iOS



Gone are the days of carrying bulky hard disks and even diskettes. Data storage has evolved and improved into minimal products such as flash drives and memory cards used for hand held devices like phones and tablet PCs. But the most up to date technology when it comes to storing data is now readily available not only for business but for personal usage as well. What is it? Look up in the sky for clouds!

What is cloud storage?

I’m not talking about the quite literal cloud in the sky but the point of comparison is due to their similarity in some areas. Like clouds, cloud storage appears to be unreachable. Your data is saved in some remote location that’s physically inaccessible but can be accessed anywhere you are using devices with Internet connection. Companies offering this service employ the use of data centers that are secure both physically and online as well. Data centers can be comparable with an NAS or network attached storage which business use except that data saved through this system is only available within the network; whereas, cloud is literally available on any device capable of connecting to the Internet. The user will just need to login to the cloud account over the web.

The capability to access stored files online via cloud technology is also closely related to several applications online such as email, chat boxes, and document folders. In such sources, you are able to save a few files including images, videos, and the like within the message thread or a specific folder. The only difference is in terms of size. Naturally, profiles in websites can only save files within the set limit such as 15360 MB for public Gmail or 15 GB in Google Drive. Like the latter, cloud accounts allow file sharing, making it accessible to either everyone (when set to public) or to anyone who knows the file password.

Cloud Storage Companies

Cloud storage technology is often utilized by businesses in order to save money on paperwork or even NAS. Some of the most popular brands include JustCloud, Livedrive, SugarSync, Carbonite, BackBlaze, Mozy, Crashplan, Dropbox, SpiderOak, SOS Online Backup, MyPC Backup, Hightail, Zip Cloud and so much more. These companies differ in terms of storage size capacity, pricing, and features like number of computers and devices supported. Some support mobile devices while most do not.

Business Benefits of Cloud Storage

Cloud storage is beneficial for both business and personal use. Some of the advantages include the following:

  • Cost efficiency. Although cloud services come with a fee, it is still cost efficient because you will save money on procuring other products needed for storage purposes including additional computers, hard drives, and NAS. You will also no longer require paperwork and the need for filing systems including cabinets, drawers, and the like.
  • Space saver. In relation to the previous advantage, equipment and materials needed to file paperwork or keep data storage devices are no longer required, hence, saving office space too.
  • Security. Physical data, particularly those containing pertinent or financial information can be exposed to security threats. With cloud or online based storage, data is securely encrypted in transit (while being saved) and at rest, preventing possible threat from hackers and unauthorized users.
  • Backup and recovery. Cloud services back up your online data with a physical version located in secured data centers.  Most cloud providers also apply mirroring. Herewith, files are duplicated and saved in two separate centers in order to have an extra backup if anything happens to the primary data center. This makes it easy to recover your files too in case they are needed.
  • Accessible anywhere with Internet connection. As mentioned earlier, data saved on the cloud can be accessed through any device which can connect to the web. These include computers, smart phones, and tablet PCs.
  • Sync, share, and collaborate. Files are synced throughout all devices so in case you make changes in another, the updates will also reflect in the other devices. Files can also be shared with anyone (public) or with specific users. Multiple employees can also simultaneously make changes to a single file and collaborate.
  • Automated process. There is an option to automatically backup files based on a specified schedule. You can specify which types of files to backup and when it is done. It can be accomplished daily, weekly, monthly or so depending on your preferences.

Advantages of Personal Cloud Storage

Cloud storage is not limited for businesses alone. It can also be used for personal purposes. The same benefits listed above are also available for personal cloud as applied through the specific advantages below:

  • You save money because there will no longer be a need to purchase additional hard disk drives (HDD), flash drives, and memory cards.
  • It saves you space used when filing the items above.
  • While we don’t wish for robbers or even family members meddling with your files, there is a possibility that they may. Saving files on the cloud keeps your data secure and recoverable as well in case of fire or natural calamities due to the backup feature.
  •  Sync, share, and collaborate (see previous section) is also available for personal cloud storage.
  • Video, audio, and image file streaming from the cloud straight onto any device is possible in some service. For example, you can watch videos, view pictures, and listen to music saved on the cloud directly onto a smart phone, smart TV, tablet PC, and any other compatible device.

iCloud for iOS

While most cloud services, whether for personal or business are paid, iOS users will definitely love iCloud. It works on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, Apple TV, and even Windows. Over the web, it is accessed and setup via and comes with a free 5GB data storage space upon registration.


Some of the most notable specific features available with iCloud are as follows:

  • Apps available on all devices. Anything you’ve purchased through the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooks including applications, audio, video, and ebooks will be available on all devices. Your progress in one gadget is also automatically saved on all devices. For example, iCloud remembers which page you left off when reading an ebook. The same applies to applications played.
  • Photo sharing. iCloud makes it easy to share images with friends and family. You can even invite them to contribute their own photos in your photo stream. iCloud also automatically saves captured images via iPhoto or Aperture on Mac. It stores the first 1000 photos only for 30 days in order to save space.
  • Find my iPhone. This feature helps you locate a misplaced, lost, or stolen iPhone. See our previous post
    iCloud and Find my iPhone Lets You Locate a Lost or Stolen iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and PC for more information about this feature.
  • iWork. The same automatic synchronization where progress in one device is automatically made available on another device is also applicable for iWork apps including Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
  • Third-party apps compatibility. iCloud is compatible with third-party applications as well.
  • Safari tabs. Browsing has never been easier because iCloud saves your opened tabs in Safari when you reopen it through another device.
  • iCloud Keychain. This feature makes it easier to remember account usernames, passwords, and banking details online and is kept secure through 256-bit AES encryption.
  • Mail, contacts, calendar, etc. All important data such as these are stored and synchronized on all devices setup for iCloud under your account.
  • Easy setup on iOS, Mac, and also Windows.

Cloud storage makes data storage easy, cost efficient, space saving, and secure. With iCloud, all these benefits and more are readily available for iOS and other devices.

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How to Solve 5 Common iPhone Problems

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It is still mystery why even the latest gadgets such as an iPhone, which is fully equipped with the latest technology, suffer from several problems such as frozen or hanging applications, non-responding touch screen, too many apps hindering functionality, and on or off issues. While we often see YouTube videos featuring iPhone users banging or throwing their device and even regard it as entertaining, doing so would surely cause more pressing issues. Worry not; because there are troubleshooting steps you can perform to resolve your device’s issues.

Here are common iPhone problems (as mentioned earlier) and how to solve them:

Frozen and hanging applications

Upon purchase of the product, any sales assistant will inform you of what it can do and what it can’t.  Unfortunately, some of us don’t listen and insist on abusing the unit.  Thus, a lot of applications are enabled and when the main board of the unit gets confused, some applications or even the whole unit is frozen and no amount of finger twitching can help you.  How do you reboot your iPhone and make it function normally again?  Easy, just follow the steps below:

  1. Restarting the iPhone is the most obvious initiative. Do it by simply holding on the sleep/wake key located at the top for a few seconds until the red slider appears to turn off the unit, then turn it on again.
  2. Try quitting a frozen application.  You can simply quit the application without rebooting your iPhone.  It is just a matter of pushing and holding the Home button for six seconds to disable the frozen application.  Once done, you can re-enable the killed application and continue where you left off.
  3. Resetting the iPhone.  This is totally different from restoring the unit which is basically done through iTunes. Resetting erases all information stored in the phone.  It is not about disconnecting from the power and rebooting.  Resetting is done by pressing the wake/sleep button and Home key simultaneously for several seconds.  After which, you will notice that display will be gone and will be replaced by a black screen and the ever famous Apple logo.  When this happens, it means that resetting has been performed successfully.

Touch screen does not respond

It is a damning moment when you are in the middle of something and all of a sudden your iPhone touch screen does not react to each point and slide of your fingers.  This is a common problem in cases where the screens are dirty or loaded with fingerprints and other contaminants that causes the screen to turn numb and still.  Fortunately, the unit is packaged with a cleaning cloth to wipe the screen.  Just ensure that your hands are clean and dry when you do this.  If your phone is covered with a laminated sheet on the screen, be sure to remove this first prior to cleaning.

If cleaning the screen does not solve touch screen issues, this can be due to a hanging application.  No amount of cleaning can restore the function. You have to perform either of these recommended solutions: restart, reset, and quit.  You can find the procedure for these at the upper portion of this article.

Another method used to resolve not responding screen is to restore via iTunes.  Simply connect to a computer, log onto iTunes and select restore settings on the menu.

Too many applications hindering functionality

You should hide or even remove several applications that are not really used including weather apps, financial apps, or news apps to name a few.  These apps are embedded with shortcuts or are set as default applications and often affect product performance.  To get rid of such applications from your screen and default mode, try doing these:

  • Transfer all applications which you do not use such as weather, Dow Jones Financial, ebooks, games, and so on for example to page 9 of your unit.
  • If you want to delete some apps, arrange them on the right most portion of the page to easily segregate the ones worth keeping.
  • Transfer the apps to the hidden page (10th page) on the iPhone.  This is accomplished by pushing the icons away from the screen and dragging it from page to page until all apps reach the right section.  Ensure that page 8 has at least more application than the applications you want to delete on the 9th page.  Then, you press and hold selected apps on page 8 individually and move it to page 9.  You will see that once you release the button, the application on the right most portion of page nine will disappear and is hidden on page 10.

Turn off and on issues

Sometimes when you want to restart your phone to solve certain issues, the unit does not respond with attempts to close or open it.  This can be easily attributed to power supply problems.  To forcibly turn it off, you just have to press the sleep/wake button for about 5 seconds or until the Apple logo appears.  If you have problems turning it on, the first presumption should be that battery is at low level; thus, you have to recharge the unit first before attempting to power it on.

Final troubleshooting advice

Although these troubleshooting mechanisms may not work at times, never attempt to open the unit and check individual parts.  The gadget is secured with warranty stickers which are pasted on different portions of the device.  Once removed or tampered, warranty conditions will be voided and can be very expensive on your part.  It will mean that possible repair or replacement will no longer be covered by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), in this case, Apple. In addition, you do not have the skill to perform complicated repair options of your iPhone.  Thus, more problems will ensue when you attempt DIY repairs.

So after troubleshooting and the problem still occur, the next best thing to do is hand over the unit to company service centres if it is still under warranty.  If the warranty already expired, the last resort is to consult experts who are knowledgeable about iPhone repairs although their services are available with a price.  Discuss the problem and troubleshooting steps you have performed with the product specialists to make it easier for them to isolate factors and perform proper repair.

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How to Troubleshoot 6 Common iPad Problems



So you have finally purchased your dream iPad device? Great! Now, you are faced with several marvels the product has to offer.  It keeps you connected with your loop of friends and the rest of the world as well and enables you to be updated with what’s happening around us.  But along these are also problems you will encounter while using your latest iPad model.  And when one or two of the most common problems occur, you feel frustrated and even mad as it entails not only lost of connectivity but also additional expenses for repair.  Fortunately, some of these common issues can be fixed personally through easy do-it-yourself troubleshooting steps.

Some problems happen due to misuse and incorrect configurations or even compatibility and adaptability reasons.  So what are such common issues and how do you solve them ASAP?

Touch Screens are not Responding

It is indeed a life distracting event when you want to make an important call or compose new tweets and messages or is so eager to finish a suspense thriller ebook yet your fingers have become swollen as screens are totally unresponsive and won’t move sideways or up and down all of a sudden.  The trick here is to do the following:

  • Checking the Screens

Check if the screens are dirty or better yet, gently wipe it with soft and dry cloth. Just ensure that your gadget is not plugged in to avoid further issues such as power damage and to avoid electrocution if you want to clean it with slightly damp fabric.

If your screen has a protective cover, remove it, clean it, and test to see if it is functioning.

  • Power Charging

Basically, if it is not responding, it can be attributed as power issue, thus, charging your iPad is the most logical option.

If battery is not charging, you might be plugging in to a device which cannot hold on such as low powered netbooks and desktops.  Try using the AC adaptor and plug or use the USB connector for power surge.

  • Using Wake/Sleep Button

If the unit is frequently hanging, use the Wake/Sleep button for several seconds then press the Home button key and hold for while.  The application you are currently using will shut down.

Another way to reboot is to press the Sleep/Wake key and wait for the red slider to appear and drag it to the off button.  Then, press the Sleep/Wake key after a few second to boot your gadget again.

  • Resetting the iPad

If all of the above ideas are not working, reset the device by pressing the sleep/wake and home key at the same time and hold until the Apple logo crops up on the screen.

iPad is not Responding to Wi-Fi Connections

When this happens, the first thing you should do is check your Wi-Fi settings. Here are the step by step instructions on how it’s done:

  • First, find the Wi-Fi infra and move closer to it.  iPad gadgets have shorter reach when compared with laptops and netbooks.
  • Disable Wi-Fi and the turn it on by using the Settings option: go to general, then reset, reset networking settings, and reconfigure network settings.
  • Check if your router and modem is on.
  • Check if your Wi-Fi apps software is updated with the latest version
  • Turn off your iPad by pressing the on/off key for a little bit longer until the message “slide to power off” appears.

Frequent Connection Drop

When your connection experiences frequent disconnection, you may want to renew the DHCP or dynamic host configuration protocol by clicking on the network portion of the settings page, click on Wi-Fi and tap the small blue arrow to the connection you want to use, and refresh the connection of the router by clicking on the renew/lease button.

If there are still no improvement afterwards, then ignore DHCP and use static IP address by simply creating an IP address that is not used by the router; it is signified using a prefix of Go to the settings page and enter the address at the field provided through the static portion of the settings.

Shorter Battery Life

On the average, iPad power life runs up to eight hours of use.  If you suddenly noticed that your device is not showing maximum power during usage, what should you do?  It is very simple, reduce brightness, disable blue tooth, and disconnect modem.

  • Dimming the Screen

Reduce screen brightness by going to Settings, then click on brightness and wallpaper, disable auto bright and set the screen illumination at reduce levels.

  • Blue Tooth Deactivation

If you are not using wireless accessories like speaker and keyboard, disable Bluetooth by simply clicking on settings, go to the general portion, then find Bluetooth and click it off.

  • Turning off the Modem

If you just want a simple connection and have no use of 3G at the moment, turn it off by clicking on the settings, find modem and 3G settings, then click off.

Auto Shutdown

This is basically a temperature concern.  Bear in mind that the battery is made of lithium polymer and is very sensitive to changes in temperature.  The iPad will suffer shutdown problems if the environment is over 95 degrees hot and 32 degrees lower when it is cold.  When if it is affected by extreme weather conditions (too hot or too cold) and is automatically shutting off, the logical thing to do is to let it cool.  Always use it under a shade and never store it in a hot place such as car dashboards.  And if it is quite cold out there, a little warming up will do.

It is not Synchronizing

From time to time, your iPad gets to connect with a computer host and sometimes it doesn’t link.  There are probable reasons such as the following:

  • Dead battery – recharge it first before synchronizing.
  • Not recognized by your computer – this is due to a snag in the Apple Mobile Device Support or AMDS and restart.
  • iPad cannot connect to Windows PC – simply go to Control Panel and click on Administrative Tools, then click services, then Apple mobile device, click stop and restart the computer. If still not working, delete and reinstall the latest edition of iTunes (new version of AMDS is already attached to it) from your desktop.

As you can see, all common iPad problems are like Yellow Pages, the resolution is just within your fingertips.

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14 Alternative Apps or Ways to Locate a Lost or Stolen iPhone

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In the previous post, we have featured the Find my iPhone app coupled with iCloud in order to track the location of a lost or stolen iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and PC. There’s no doubt that this tandem may be the best ever security measure for your device straight from Apple. But there are also alternative products worthy of discussion. Some of which are featured below:

Mobile Spy

Mobile Spy can be considered the most advanced among alternative products intended to locate a missing device. It does not only track the unit, it can also provide real time reports of all activity including GPS locations, incoming and outgoing calls, text messages, emails, contact numbers (even newly added ones), website URLs browsed, and photos or videos (old and new). However, it comes with a hefty $99.97/year subscription or $49.97/quarter price. You can at least try it for free on a 7-day trial period. Mobile Spy is available for various compatible devices other than the iPhone.


GadgetTrak reports your device’s location yet prevents the thief from knowing so by setting a pass code. With the built-in camera, the unit can also take a snapshot of the thief with a onetime fee of .99 cents. GadgetTrak cannot be deleted from the phone too. Tracking it is enabled by logging in to GadgetTrak can be purchased by several compatible devices aside from the iPhone. On iTunes, it’s offered at $4.99.

Device Locator

Device Locator offers the same features as GadgetTrak. From, you can set the device to emergency mode and lock it. Furthermore, you can sound an alarm and send a message with sound to whoever has your gadget in possession. It’s available for $2.99 on iTunes and is exclusively offered for iOS only.


FoneHome is similar to Device Locator and is available on iTunes also for $2.99. It is compatible not only for iOS devices but for Android as well.


iHound allows you to play siren sounds like Device Locator and also enables you to remotely lock the phone, track its location, and erase data. You can also share the device’s location through social media. It’s available for iOS and Android devices. It’s $3.99 for 3 months of service on the App Store.

GPS Phone Tracker

GPS Phone Tracker is capable of tracking your lost device every two minutes and sets permissions for friends or family to view the phone’s location. It can be downloaded for free and is available for both iOS and Android.

If Found+

If Found+ allows you to lock the lost phone with a pass code but still displays a wallpaper containing your message. You can include your contact information in the hopes that a Good Samaritan will return it. It’s only $.99 on iTunes.

Phone Trace 4

Phone Trace 4 tracks a lost or stolen iPhone through real time location reports. It can also send text messages or emails and commands remotely. However, it cannot lock the phone or prevent anyone from using it. In fact, they can simply replace the SIM card. The app can at least provide you the new number so you can contact it. This app costs $7.99.


Navizon offers a global positioning system for Android and iOS for free. Hence, it can be used for a real time and precise live location of missing devices.

Motion Alarm

Motion Alarm triggers an alarm when a certain level of movement (set at the motion sensitivity option) is reached. It also comes with GPS tracking with the report sent via email. It can be purchased for download at the App Store for $1.99.

Find My Friends

Find My Friends is a free app that lets you see your iPhone’s location in a map using a friend or family member’s iPhone which was added and accepted beforehand. Supposedly, it’s intended to find everyone within your circle of family and friends only but it is also applicable when locating missing iPhones.


iLocalis only works with a jailbroken iPhone and is downloaded through Cydia, an alternative App Store. Thus, not everyone may be interested with it. In case you are, you can use this app to locate your iPhone and send commands remotely such as placing calls, deleting data, recording audio, sharing the unit’s location with others, and locking the device.


If you’re problem is not as complicated such as merely misplacing your iPhone often, you can use the BiKN system. This is a system of tags which can be attached to important devices such as a smart phone, keys, wallet, and so on, even your kids actually. The items locate each other through alert tones. If you have one of the tagged items, you can easily find the rest. It can support up to 8 items at once. Sets of two tags cost $49.99 while starter sets of 1 iPhone and 2 tags cost $129.99.

Where’s My Cellphone 

Where’s My Cellphone is simply a website which lets you call a missing or misplaced phone. It’s perfect when there is no other phone available to dial your number. Simply visit to start using the service for free.

There are actually numerous other apps, software, and tools you can use to locate a lost or stolen iPhone but these are our recommended top 14. Thanks for reading and best of luck keeping your iPhone safe and secure!


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iCloud and Find my iPhone Lets You Locate a Lost or Stolen iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and PC

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Prevention is better than cure, so they say. So before your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and PC gets lost or stolen, better install the Find my iPhone app as a precautionary measure. Although we hope you’ll never get to use it, it’s still best to be prepared for the unexpected.

It’s not the end of the world or at least your world in case your iOS device or PC gets lost or stolen. I’m sure that it’s not just about the hard earned money wasted that you’re bothered about, but it’s the personal data present on the phone that you’re mostly worried of. What happens to your messages, contacts, images, videos, and even passwords? Whoever gets a hold of the unit can gain access to your personally identifiable information.

But there is still hope if you have activated the Find my iPhone app by Apple beforehand for your gadgets. Whichever iOS device you own: iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac or even a PC, this application works with Apple’s iCloud feature.

How Find my iPhone Helps

There are several ways this tandem can help in case of a lost or stolen device. Here are the options:

1. Play Sound – In case the device is simply misplaced, your first option is to play a sound through Find my iPhone once you logon to iCloud online. This way, you can easily find the unit once you hear the song playing.

2. Lock Screen – You can place your device on ‘lost mode’ (for iOS6 and later versions) and secure it with a pass code to make its content inaccessible for anyone.

3. Display Message – You can request for the device to be returned by displaying a message and even including your contact information.

4. Notifications – You will be notified of any update and progress with regards to locating your gadget.

5. Track Location – Once set to ‘lost mode,’ your device’s location will be tracked on its whereabouts for the last 24 hours. You can use the Find my iPhone app or iCloud to view the device’s position in a map. You can even ask for driving directions to where your gadget is currently located. However, this is only possible if the gadget is powered on. When powered off, the map shows the unit’s last location. The map updates once the device is powered back on.

6. Activation Lock – Once Find my iPhone is activated, whoever grabbed a hold of your iOS7 gadget will not be able to access it. Reactivating the phone will require your Apple ID and password.

7. Remote Erase – You may also delete all personal data from your unit and restore the device to its factory settings remotely. With iOS7, your displayed message will continue to show even if the device had already been restored.

Setting Up iCloud

iCloud works on virtually all iOS devices including iPhone, iPad, and even iPod Touch. You can also set it up on Mac and PC. For iOS, make sure the device is running on the latest version, open iCloud, follow the instructions, enable automatic updates, and you’re good to go. For Mac, make sure that it’s similarly running on the latest OS X version, turn on iCloud, and enable Photo Stream as well as automatic downloads. iCloud also works for PC by downloading the iCloud Control Panel, turn on iCloud, and enable automatic downloads. iCloud comes with a free email account.

How to Use iCloud with Find my iPhone

Type on your web browser and logon to your account. The same account can manage as many registered devices. You can also use the same app on another iOS device to locate the missing one.

Soon as you login and click on the Find my iPhone button, it will begin locating your device and will show notifications of its progress on your screen. Once located, the map will zoom in on the device. You can also zoom in and out of the map and view it in satellite or hybrid mode much like Google Maps. The map lets you view its last known whereabouts although it may not necessarily be the most recent one. As mentioned earlier, the map is only updated real time when the gadget is powered on. The map is shown over the green dot. In case you click elsewhere on the page and lost the map, just click on the green dot again.

Other than the map, there are more options available to help your find a lost or stolen iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and even a PC. You can play a sound in case the device is merely misplaced. You can also click the ‘lost mode’ button which will enable you to lock the device’s screen, enter a pass code, and even optionally display a message to whomever has possession of your gadget. The message may include your contact information as well. If the device is on the move, just click the target icon to view a more updated map.

For further security, you may click on the ‘erase’ button to wipe out all data from the device; but do so only if you are sure. In case you get your device back and have previously synced data through a computer or a cloud account, you can recover data. See below.

Data Sync and Data Recovery

Before anything happens to your device (aside from being lost or stolen) such as damage, repair, and accidentally restoring to factor settings, you can recover your data from backup. Each time you sync your device with a computer or a cloud account like iCloud, all data and settings are saved. So in case there is a need to recover data, just connect the device onto the computer where it was backed up and click restore or sync it with the cloud account.


There are other software or applications you can install for this purpose. However, most of them only offer one or a few of the options that are all available with Find my iPhone coupled with iCloud. There are products that are also free like Find my iPhone but there are some which are available upon purchase. These will be discussed in an upcoming post.

All is not lost in case of a lost or stolen iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and even PC with Find my iPhone and iCloud, provided that you have installed the app and activated it with iCloud. If you haven’t done yet, don’t wait till it’s too late.

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