Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

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Re: Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

Postby lajackson » Sun Dec 04, 2016 8:52 pm

mhinatsu wrote:I have paid for the iPad in full, and I am wondering why it still says this. Is it still supervised, even though I now own it?

Work through your clerk to contact the Global Service Center. They will be able to help you unlock the device for your own personal use.

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Re: Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

Postby chrispadilla » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:06 am

It takes up to 14 days after you return from your mission for the command to comedown to your device. Make sure your data is off the device.

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Re: Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

Postby katielynbennett » Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:53 am

My iPad is still locked by the church from when I got home, is there a way to get it reset?

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Re: Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

Postby flyingbeefhead » Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:44 pm

I have a missionary out in the field and his iPad was left on top of his car and run over by other cars when it fell off.
Is there any insurance on the iPad for damage? Or do I get to pay the $81 fee and then buy him another $380 iPad??
If I have to do that, is there any way to get insurance on the next one???
They make kids (their parents mostly) buy them and if anyone knows a kid with a phone, you NEED the insurance plan!

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Re: Ipad Mini's for Missionaries

Postby tomcatt » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:05 pm

The church doesn't not have insurance on missionary iPads/tablets. However, in the new android tablet program (my mission had it rolled out to them 9 months ago), missionaries can buy their Samsung S2 tablets with insurance from the place of purchase.

My mission office has a loaner program for missionaries that can't afford, or can't afford to replace, an iPad/S2 tablet. The missionary can borrow a tablet from the mission office.

That being said, you will need to contact the mission office of your Missionary's mission for more details about your options. You likely have more than you think! Please reply if this helps, or if you have any other questions.
-Elder Thomas Parker, Colorado Fort Collins Mission

I'm just a regular missionary. 8-)
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