Posted by Mayank on July 9, 2012 in iPhone

Bought another iPhone and want to move Contacts from iPhone to iPhone? Well, it is very easy. In fact, moving contacts from iPhone ot iPhone makes sense because your iPhone lets you keep a lengthy list of contacts with details like phone numbers, email addresses, mailing addresses, websites and even Twitter accounts at one single place. To move Contacts from iPhone to iPhone, you will need to sync the first iPhone’s contacts with a computerRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 7, 2012 in iPhone

iPhone and Outlook are arguably the best products in their category. Before the frenzy of phones, contacts were best managed by Microsoft Outlook. Now there is basically two different means by which we maintain contacts – phone and email client. Today we will see how to sync iPhone Contacts with Outlook. Merging the iPhone Contacts and Microsoft Outlook address book ensures that both Outlook and your phone have up-to-date information. We wRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 4, 2012 in iPhone

Managing and dealing with Contacts was not easy before iPhone. Apple’s iPhone made it super easy to access and transfer iPhone contacts. Sharing option in Contacts in your iPhone makes it easy to share Contacts even if the user you wish to send contacts to is not an iPhone user. When you share iPhone Contacts, you have the option to either share it via email or message. To learn how to share iPhone contact on message. Here’s what you Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 4, 2012 in Android,iPhone,Windows

Though less likely for a iPhone user to switch to Android, but if you’re a iPhone user and got yourself a new Android phone and want to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android, you can make use of a really useful app – Moborobo. Moborobo allows you to seamlessly transfer contacts from iPhone to Android phone, you can safely export the contacts on your iPhone to PC then import your contacts seamlessly to your Android Phone. Let’Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 3, 2012 in iPhone

The iPhone does not support SIM card contact management (whatever you store in your Contacts – it gets stored in your iPhone by default and not to your SIM). However, there are times when you want to use some other phone and wouldn’t it be nice if your contacts were on the SIM, so that you can find them whenever you need, irrespective of the phone you use. Those who have jailbroken their phone are lucky – there are iPhone applRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on June 28, 2012 in iPhone

Managing and dealing with Contacts was not easy before iPhone. Apple’s iPhone made it super easy to access and transfer iPhone contacts. Sharing option in Contacts in your iPhone makes it easy to share Contacts even if the user you wish to send contacts to is not an iPhone user. Sharing Contacts gives you option either to email a particular contact to someone or message a particular contact to someone. Read To transfer iPhone contact in emaRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on June 19, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

Whether you have an iPhone or an iPad, it turns out that it’s the same basic method for changing the signature. The default signature on the iPhone reads “Sent from my iPhone” and the default signature on the iPad reads “Sent from my iPad”. You might not want everyone in the world to know that you own an iPhone or an iPad and would like to change the signature to something like your name. To change the default emailRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on June 9, 2012 in iPhone

Looking for information on how to find iPhone Baseband version? Well, from the nature of this query, I can tell you that you’re looking to jailbreak or unlock your iPhone 🙂 Either way, you need to be careful while jailbreaking or unlocking your iPhone as mistakes can turn your iPhone into a brick (Apple warranty gets void in case of jailbroken iPhone). So, it is essential that you do it correctly. Learn how to jailbreak our iPhone the riRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on June 9, 2012 in iPhone

A couple of months back, I had jailbroken and unlocked one of my iPhones. To prepare for WWDC 2012 starting next week, I decided to restore my iPhone to be in the good books of Apple and not having to carry around a jailbroken iPhone. However, when I tried to upgrade my iPhone to the latest version of iOS 5.1.1, I was greeted with error 21. Error 21 goes like this ” The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (21).” GRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 22, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

If you discover that a particular app icon has disappeared (including the default Apps from Apple) from your iPhone or iPad, do not worry a bit. Getting back the App Store app is as easy as making it disappear. This tip is valid for any of the following situation only: Safari app missing YouTube app missing Camera app missing FaceTime app missing iTunes app missing App Store app missing Below screenshot shows the missing App Store app in iPhoneRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 20, 2012 in iPhone

Everyone wants to personalize their iPhone, iPod and iPod. Some resort to jailbreaking their iOS device to make it truly personal. Not everyone is interested in jailbreaking their device. Most of the people are just content by using an iPhone or iPad cover, which truly reflects their personality. iPhone covers are the easiest way to personalize your iPhone. However, the standard covers sell in thousands or millions and are those available in the Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 20, 2012 in iPad,iPhone

A few of our readers came back to us informing us about the issue they’ve been having after Jailbreaking their iPhone or iPad iOS 5.1 or iOS 5.0. Issue is that Safari browser has become unstable after Jailbreak iOS 5.1 and Safari crashes immediately after you tap the Safari app logo. This issue has surfaced after jailbreaking iOS 5.1 Did you jailbreak your iOS 5.1 device using Snowbreeze? It is recommended that you use the latest version ofRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on May 20, 2012 in iPhone

Steve Jobs’ vision was that the products should be so simple and easy to use that there won’t be any use of user guides or manuals. In fact, he was surprised when he found a team of technical writers working on manuals/user guide during the time of release of Macintosh computers (story available in autobiography of Steve Jobs). Apple continues with the vision of simplistic design and easy to use devices. At the same time, Apple continRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on April 24, 2012 in Apple,iPad,iPhone

What is iPhone DFU mode DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. DFU mode is a state that you can put your iPhone into where it can interface with iTunes but does not load the iPhone operating system or boot loader. This sets the DFU mode apart from the recovery mode. What is DFU mode used for It is pretty easy to understand what is DFU mode used for. Since you’re looking for information on DFU mode – it is evident that you want to chaRead More...

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