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    by Published on 10-13-2011 02:05 PM
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    iOS 5 now comes with the ability to make your own text tones.

    You will need:
    1. A music file.
    2. iTunes 10.5.
    3. An iDevice running iOS 5 to sync it to.

    The ability to make your own ringtones has been a around for quite some time. With the release of iOS 5 yesterday, Apple seems to have let it slide under the door that you can make your own free text tones the same exact way that you can make a ringtone. This guide will explain how to do it.

    First, you need to get a music file that you ...
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    by Published on 10-05-2011 12:02 AM
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    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. iPad,
    5. Software
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    One of the biggest reasons to still be using a BlackBerry is BBM and with the release of iOS 5, the iPhone will have its own version called iMessage. It's better than normal texting but comes with its own qualms, including an endless array of scary social dilemmas which may arise. By being properly informed, anyone can navigate through iMessage and avoid an endless array of frustration. Below are some tips to use iMessage stress free:

    Inform Others You Have Read Their Messages

    If you are or ...
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    by Published on 10-04-2011 06:35 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    It was mentioned earlier today that Apple will be rolling out iOS 5 for anyone with a supported iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch on October 12th. The iOS 5 Gold Master is already available to Apple Developer accounts though and furthermore, developers can also jailbreak it.

    The iPhone Dev Team hasn’t yet released an official update to the RedSn0w jailbreak utility to support the latest release yet but MuscleNerd previously confirmed that you can use the recently updated RedSN0w 0.9.9b2 for Mac or Windows to jailbreak iOS 5 Gold Master. You will need to specificy the IPSW you want to chose and you should point it towards the iOS 5 beta 7 IPSW for now – until the new version of RedSn0w is out.

    Remember that this is a tethered jailbreak, which means if you reboot your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad – you’ll need to connect to a computer via a USB cable ...
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    by Published on 09-29-2011 12:20 PM
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    2. Apple,
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    Stitching your SHSH blobs to a firmware file makes it so that you don't have to do anything tricky to point iTunes to Cydia's server. The SHSH blobs are inserted directly into the firmware meaning that you can downgrade without having to edit your hosts file or use the TSS server. This is extremely helpful if you have been having issues downgrading to the last firmware that supports an untethered jailbreak: iOS 4.3.3. The best part about doing this is that your device does not need to be put into pwned DFU mode when you are restoring.

    CURRENTLY ...
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    by Published on 09-28-2011 04:11 PM
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    When downgrading from an iOS 5 beta back to the last firmware that supports an untethered jailbreak, users have been reporting strange iTunes errors. One of the rarer errors is the one shown above; it will leave your device in a recovery loop and can be very frustrating. Here is a guide for Mac users explaining how to get out of this recovery loop and get your device up and running on the latest firmware that supports an untethered jailbreak.

    YOU WILL NEED YOUR SHSH BLOBS TO DO THIS

    ...
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    by Published on 08-06-2011 08:06 AM
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    Alright guys this guide teaches you how to take apart an iPhone 4 GSM. The CDMA version of the iPhone 4 is a little different, but still following the same basic guidelines. I will get a guide on that up soon.

    Ok first thing- the supplies you will need:
    • Small Phillips screwdriver
    • Case opener tool
    • Pentalobe screwdriver (this is a
    ...
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    by Published on 08-06-2011 06:11 AM
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    This guide is to help with repairs on the iPhones 3G and 3G[S].

    The steps are virtually the same on both, and I will mention where they differ. I will be working on a 16gb 3G[S] - lets get started.

    Ok first thing - the supplies you will need:
    • Small phillips screwdriver
    • Suction cup w/ pull ring
    • Case opening tool

    I also ...
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    by Published on 06-30-2011 01:53 PM
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    2. iPad,
    3. Apple,
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    5. Mac,
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    Lifehacker has posted a nifty little guide that allows Mac users to lock and unlock their computers simply using any bluetooth capable device. The idea is that when the bluetooth device comes in range of the Mac, it would unlock your Mac without the need for user interaction. And when you leave the area, your Mac would lock on its own.

    The guide requires the use of a utility ...
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    by Published on 06-24-2011 08:42 PM
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    3. Mac,
    4. AppStore
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    Even with all the hideous backlash Apple is currently taking from video professionals for its newest Final Cut software, if you are simply a 'prosumer' and want to try at hand at the latest Final Cut, but don't quite meet those pesky minimum requirements on your current Mac, all is not lost, a workaround has been discovered.

    Final Cut Pro X requires users to be on a Mac that ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 11:00 AM
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    2. iOS
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    Andrea Oliva (@abart997 has developed and submitted a new tweak for the iDevice called FolderLock. Hence the name, this tweak gives you the ability to password lock your folders on the iDevice.

    Tweaks like Locktopus have given the user password protection on applications. With FolderLock upcoming soon, you'll be able to use the same principle with folders as well. Settings for FolderLock are located in the Settings.app under its name FolderLock. The settings are pretty simple with an Enable/Disable switch and Insert password. ...

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