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How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: freeradical
Date: December 28, 2020 08:13PM
I just opened up the calendar app on my laptop, and all of my data is gone. Gone, Gone, Gone. Thanks AAPL.

Earlier today, I logged out of iCloud on this machine. I really don't even know how I gt logged into iCloud in the first place.

I logged out because any time I opened up system preferences, AAPL was trying to get me to do the 2FA thing, and I had to back out of that control panel to change anything else.

Did they just bone me out of spite, or can I somehow get my data back.

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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: Speedy
Date: December 28, 2020 08:14PM
Ouch! Use Google calendar.



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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: AllGold
Date: December 28, 2020 09:08PM
If you logged out of iCloud and your calendar data disappeared, then it's probably because it is stored in iCloud. Log back in and it should be there.



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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: freeradical
Date: December 28, 2020 09:30PM
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AllGold
If you logged out of iCloud and your calendar data disappeared, then it's probably because it is stored in iCloud. Log back in and it should be there.

I just tried, and it's gone, so I signed out.

AAPL tried to get me to do that 2FA thing again. Boo Hiss!!!!
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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: AllGold
Date: December 28, 2020 09:33PM
Apple tries to get me to turn on 2FA, too, and I refuse.

I don't understand exactly how it works, but iCloud can trick you into deleting all your data. Do you use another device where it's still there?



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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: vision63
Date: December 29, 2020 01:25AM
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freeradical
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AllGold
If you logged out of iCloud and your calendar data disappeared, then it's probably because it is stored in iCloud. Log back in and it should be there.

I just tried, and it's gone, so I signed out.

AAPL tried to get me to do that 2FA thing again. Boo Hiss!!!!

We got 'chu bruh. See if this works.

[support.apple.com]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/29/2020 01:25AM by vision63.
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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: freeradical
Date: December 29, 2020 02:04AM
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vision63
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freeradical
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AllGold
If you logged out of iCloud and your calendar data disappeared, then it's probably because it is stored in iCloud. Log back in and it should be there.

I just tried, and it's gone, so I signed out.

AAPL tried to get me to do that 2FA thing again. Boo Hiss!!!!

We got 'chu bruh. See if this works.

[support.apple.com]

Didn't work...but thanks anyway!
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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: freeradical
Date: December 29, 2020 02:54PM
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Speedy
Ouch! Use Google calendar.


Yeah, but I want something local, as in not cloud. Maybe some third party app will do.
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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: The UnDoug
Date: December 29, 2020 05:28PM
Are you an investor? You keep referring to the stock ticker (AAPL).

Sorry about your data issue.



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Re: How in the world did AAPL nuke all of my calendar data?
Posted by: decay
Date: December 30, 2020 08:50AM
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The UnDoug
Are you an investor? You keep referring to the stock ticker (AAPL).

Sorry about your data issue.

That confused me, too.



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