iCloud Drive Not working

Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by Jimbo Asprilla, Jul 26, 2014.

  1. Jimbo Asprilla macrumors regular

    Jimbo Asprilla

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    Does iCloud Drive need to be enabled? Mine won't do anything, I can't drag and drop to it, I can't save docs to it and if I try creating a folder in it it just disappears.
     
  2. SandboxGeneral Moderator

    SandboxGeneral

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    No it doesn't. I did not enable it at all during installation because I am too afraid it will mess things up for my iCloud account, being in beta.
     
  3. SanFran95 macrumors member

    SanFran95

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    About enabling iCloud Drive, Apple have stated following until Yosemite leave it's beta phase:
    After you install the OS X Yosemite Beta, you will be asked whether you wish to upgrade your account to iCloud Drive. If you choose to upgrade your account, iCloud Documents and Data will be disabled on devices that are not running OS X Yosemite or iOS 8. iCloud Drive will be available only on other Macs using the OS X Yosemite Beta and iOS devices running iOS 8. If you want to continue using iCloud Documents and Data on devices with earlier versions of OS X and iOS, you should not upgrade your account to iCloud Drive.
     
  4. Siderz macrumors 6502a

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    Yeah, according to the program guide it turns off Documents & Data for any devices not running iOS8/Yosemite:

    I'm not doing that
     

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