Tips & How-to

How to Take Screenshots / Record Video of your Apple TV

December 21, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Taking screenshots is something that everyone of us does on a daily basis if not really often. It allows you to capture glitches on the screen, show off your high scores, and making tutorials. Unlike iOS devices (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad) taking a screenshot on your Apple TV require a bit of work but we will get through that together.

The first thing you want to do is take out your Mac with Xcode 7 or higher installed and turn on your Apple TV, of course. Once you have those materials out, connect your tvOS to your Mac computer and open Xcode. Now you either go to Window > Devices in the menu bar or press Command + Shift + 2 as a shortcut. Select Apple TV on the sidebar and click on Take Screenshot.

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What to do when AirDrop Isn’t Working? Here’s How to Fix

December 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


One of the most common problem that users faced while using AirDrop is getting it to start. That’s correct, before you can share any files with an iPhone or iPad you must know how to set it up correctly and enable it. AirDrop only let you share files with other iOS devices that are running on iOS 7/8/9 and Mac OS X Yosemite.

Before showing you how to get AirDrop to work, please make sure that:

  • Check for AirDrop compatibility from a particular app
  • A Sending and Receiving device has AirDrop turned On
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are enabled


How to Delete Multiple Cydia Tweaks at Once

December 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Most users once awhile tried to clean up their iOS devices by removing unused apps, data, and photos. What about people with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad with a bunch of tweaks and themes that are no longer in use? That’s when they started to freak out. It’s easy to remove one or two, but it will surely take forever to get rid of many tweaks because each one required a “respring” before you can process to the next.

However, the founder of Cydia has thought about this situation that’s why he added the queue feature. It allows you to easily uninstall multiple Cydia tweaks at the same time and only needed to restart the device once. Here is how you can do it.

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How to Unlock iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus using iTunes

October 2, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple recently released two new iPhone models at their press conference in San Francisco on September 25, 2015, dubbed iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus running on the latest iOS 9 and built-in 3D Touch. Last year’s iPhone 6 was something that people didn’t expect because it came out with a larger screen size, bigger than anyone could imagine it would come from Apple. However, the company once again upgraded one of their model from the 4.7-inch screen to the 5.5-inch screen (iPhone 6s Plus).

With these new features and speculations landed on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, it’s doubtful that iFans are not going to give them a try. For those who are thinking about buying either of these models, you definitely should because getting an unlocked iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus is now easier than ever.

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5 iPhone Tricks That Will Make Your Life Easier

November 30, 2012 — by Simon Ng0


This is a guest post by Twila B.

Studies show that the average smartphone owner uses their mobile phones primarily for texting (92%) and taking photos (92%). With all the hidden tweaks and features hidden inside the iPhone’s core, it’s not surprising that a lot of people haven’t yet realized how much potential their smartphones hold. The iOS 6, for example, has lots of new tweaks that you can use to make your life easier! Like…

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How to Record Skype Voice Calls on Jailbroken iPhone

April 27, 2012 — by Sette Capati2


Everyone is trying to make a solution to a problem. The advent of technology makes things easier and convenient. Communication is extremely fast. Thanks to Skype, which is available to almost portable devices you can find.

Microsoft released their additional mobile version of Skype’s service for Windows Phone. In addition to that, gaming enthusiasts can now experience Skype voice calls, free of charge with PlayStation Vita app on their gaming device.

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How To Hide Purchased Apps on iPhone and iTunes

October 26, 2011 — by Simon Ng5


App Store Purchased OptionIn early June, Apple updated the iTunes App Store and introduced you the purchase history. You can make use of it for viewing all your purchased apps, as well as, re-downloading them. Quite a number of readers have raised the concern about privacy as they used to share the same Apple ID with their family members. One of the common questions is how you can remove the apps from the purchase history.

Along with the release of iOS 5, Apple has updated the iTunes App Store and allows you to hide any apps in your purchase history. There are two ways to hide the apps. You can either do it on iPhone (or iPad) or simply remove the apps using iTunes.

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How to Optimize iCloud to Maximize Storage

October 25, 2011 — by Seuli B.5


When Steve Jobs in his June’11 WWDC speech introduced iCloud to a packed house of cheering Apple enthusiasts and media; anticipation of a technological marvel was sowed. The release of the iOS 5 recently brought to rest all speculations and buzz related to this amazing creation from Apple Inc. – The iCloud.

The new iOS 5 comes loaded with an online backup and syncing service iCloud, however, its allotted 5 GB space is considered by many to be too economical a space for geeks, without much storage space to spare. Thereby, the next option would be to maximize your back-up and storage space. So more the space, you can save and back-up all the apps, Contacts, messages, calendar events, and other important data stored on your iPhone to Apple’s remote servers rather than your local computer. And this is applicable for all your Apple devices like the iPad, iPod touch and the iMac.

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iPhone Tip: Show Up Birthday in Calendar

October 2, 2011 — by Simon Ng6


iPhone Calendar LogoDo you know you can keep track of birthday using the built-in Calendar. If you are already using iOS 4.2 or up, you’re allowed to show up your friends’ birthday in the Calendar application.

How to Show up Birthday in Calendar App

To show up the birthday in Calendar, you have to setup the birthday of your contacts. Open Contacts, select any of your contacts and tap the “Edit” button on the top-right corner.