|Jan 26, 2014, 01:57 PM||#26|
It makes as much sense as my car navigation forcing me select "I agree" to not look at the screen while driving. It is just those who deem themselves to be smarter than the rest of us trying to protect us from ourself.
In the case of a dock it might not be possible for the IOS to recognize one dock from another. In the case of a computer that should not be difficult to implement. My guess is the engineer just found it easier to have the consumer do the work.
|Jan 26, 2014, 03:16 PM||#27|
It is two button clicks. Not really that long out of your life compared to the money, data loss or time loss if you get hacked.
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(She's family so I'm biased )
|Jun 24, 2014, 01:51 PM||#29|
I found that going to the control panel -> hardware -> right-click 'Apple iPhone'|properties (assuming phone is plugged in).
Click on 'Hardware' tab -> Properties button -> 'Driver' tab -> 'Disable' button.
Now the 'Trust' message doesn't pop-up on my iPhone 4s anymore (I just use the PC to recharge my iPhone).
Last edited by alkodo; Jun 24, 2014 at 01:48 PM. Reason: Posted in wrong thread
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