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How To Send Multiple Photos From iPhone or iPad

The iPhone and iPads are all about sharing your precious moments with your loved ones one the go. The devices have been made extremely easy to enable collaborations. Users can easily share multiple photos at the same time using their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. In this article we will explain how to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad.

How To Send Multiple Photos From iPhone or iPad

In order to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad, perform the following the steps:

  1. Go to the Photos app.
  2. Now tap on the arrow icon in the lower left corner.
  3. Select the photos that you want to send by tapping on them. The selected photos will have a red check appear on them.send-multiple-photos-iphone
  4. You can now tap on ‘Share’ or ‘Email’. The one thing to keep in mind is that the email option has a 5 photo limit.send-multiple-pictures-iphone
  5. You can get around the 5 photo limit, by sending the photos via the ‘Message’ app. The Message app also allows you to send photos to a Mac having iMessage.

That was all that you have to do in order to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad.

via osxdaily

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How To View Page Source On Safari In An iPhone or iPad

Some users from time to time have a need to view page source of certain websites. However, mobile Safari i.e. the default browser for iPhone and iPad does not include the feature to view page source. However, there is a bookmarklet that can enable you to view source of any webpage from an iPhone or iPad. The bookmarklet has been created by Michelsen.dk. In this article we will explain how to view page source on Safari in an iPhone or iPad.

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How To View Page Source On Safari In An iPhone or iPad

In order to view page source on Safari in an iPhone or iPad, perform the following steps:

  • Bookmark this page or any other page on Mobile Safari in iPhone or iPad and rename it to be ‘View Source’.
  • The bookmarklet is available on this link. View it and select the entire javascript.
  • Tap on the bookmark icon in Safari and tap ‘Edit’.
  • Tap on the bookmark that you saved in the first step.
  • Paste the javascript code from the second step into the URL bar and tapping ‘Done’.
  • Whenever you want to view the source of a web page, open the Bookmarks menu and tap on the ‘View Source’ bookmark. This will enable you to see the source code in highlighted syntax along with source urls that you can click on.

The only caveat in this entire process is that whenever you click on view source the page is sent to michelsen.dk server for processing. This will normally not be a problem, however, if you want to protect your privacy you can try out some other mechanisms.

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How to Backup iOS 5.1 SHSH Blobs using iSHSHit on iPhone or iPad

iOS has a pretty good app called TinyUmbrella to backup SHSH Blogs on the iOS devices. However, we now have a new app called iSHSHit that can allow you to backup your SHSH Blobs. The current version of iSHSHit which is 1.0.14 can backup iOS 5.1 firmware SHSH Blobs directly on your iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch. In this article we will explain how to Back iOS 5.1 SHSH Blobs using iSHSHit on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

How to Backup iOS 5.1 SHSH Blobs using iSHSHit on iPhone or iPad

  1. You would need to have a jailbroken device to proceed. Once you have a jailbroken device, you can move ahead by following the steps listed below:
  2. Open Cydia on your jailbroken iDevice and search for iSHSHit. You will be able to find iSHSHit under the BigBoss repository.Backup-iOS-5.1-SHSH-Blobs-with-iSHSHit-Directly-on-iPhone
  3. Install iSHSHit.How-to-Backup-iOS-5.1-SHSH-Blobs-with-iSHSHit-Directly-on-iPhone-iPad-iPod-touch
  4. Restart your spring board after installing iSHSHit.
  5. Now launch iSHSHit app by tapping on its icon which can be found on the homescreen.
  6. You would now see a screen showing a unique chip ID. In addition to this you would also see an option to change your model and an option to select the SHSH blob which you want to backup.
  7. Tap on ‘Manage SHSH’. This will provide you with the list of all earlier SHSH blogs which you have saved using the iSHSHit app.
  8. Tap the ‘Save’ button after you have selected the desired options in settings pane. Now the SHSH Blobs would be downloaded and saved to your device from Apple’s server.
  9. You can also permanently store the SHSH Blobs by emailing them to yourself.
  10. Finally you would have to Tap ‘OK’ to complete the entire process once you are done with saving and emailing iOS 5.1 SHSH Blob.

via iphonestuffs4u

How to ‘Find On Page’ on an iPhone or iPad with Safari

Finding text on a website in a desktop browser is pretty easy and straight forward. However, the same can not be said about iPhone or iPad. In this article we will explain how to ‘Find on Page’ on an iPhone or iPad with Safari.

How to ‘Find On Page’ on an iPhone or iPad with Safari

  • If you want to search for a text or phrase on a page, type that text or phrase on the Search box in the upper right corner.
  • Once you have typed in the text or phrase, swipe down to the bottom of the suggestion list that would appear and tap on ‘Find “search text”’ under ‘On This Page (x matches)’search-on-page-ios
  • Once you have tapped, the searched text would be highlighted in yellow on the webpage, just like in Safari on Mac OS X or Windows.

After you have finished with finding the text, tap on the blue ‘Done’ button. This will remove the highlighting from the webpage.

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How to Restore an iPhone or iPad to Default Using iTunes

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If you want to sell your iPhone or iPad to someone, it is better to transfer ownership of your device with default factory settings. Restoring your device to its factory settings is an easy process and you may have to do this as a troubleshooting step again and again if you face problems. Even though, you can reset the device on its own, but if your iPhone or iPad become unresponsive, needs restoration, stuck on a boot loop, then you have to connect computer to your iOS device to access iTunes.

If you want to restore your device quickly, using iTunes is much faster option than resetting through the iPad or iPhone itself, so if you are trying for on-device restoration and it took forever, we already warned you.

How to Restore an iPhone or iPad to Default  using iTunes

Do not restore from a backup If you want to restore to factory settings during following process:

  1. Launch iTunes
  2. Connect the iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone  to your computer and select it within iTunes, check the “Show” button if it is not visible
  3. Click on the “Summary” tab and then click on the “Restore” buttonrestore-iphone-factory-settings
  4. iTunes will show you a message asking you to back up the device, although this is recommended in most cases but for restoring factory settings,  just click “Don’t Back Up”
  5. The confirmation screen will appear, click “Restore” and it will begin restoration of factory settings on your device.

You will receive an alert message from iTunes when restoration is finished. It takes sometime before iTunes show you an alert message. As soon as restoration is done, your device will boot up and will reset to default factory settings. You need to connect all devices that are pre iOS 5 to iTunes to complete the process. With iOS 5 devices, your device will show you set up screens that will guide you for booting process.

In we already mentioned in our steps, if you are restoring factory settings, do not select to restore from a backup during the process as it will only make a new installation and your device will contain the same old data you had before the restoration began.

If your device is already Jailbroken, you may encounter with error 3194 during this process. If you face such situation,  just change the the hosts file before starting to restore your device to factory settings.

Feel free to share your feedback in the comments below!!

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How to Hide Your Caller ID on iPhone

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Some people might want to make phone calls from their iPhones without having their Caller ID being showed to the recipient of the call. One way to do that is to pre-dial *67 before making your calls. In this article we will explain how to hide your Caller ID on iPhone while calling a business/landline or mobile phone.

How to Hide Your Caller ID on iPhone

In order to hide your Caller ID on iPhone, perform the following steps:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Now scroll through the list of settings and tap on Phone.
  3. Scroll to Calls.
  4. Now tap on Show My Caller ID.
  5. You would now see a switch. Turn it OFF.
This would disable your Caller ID for all calls that you would made from your iPhone.
You can test your iPhone by shutting it off and then on again and making a call to a line on which you can view the Caller ID.

How to Forward an SMS or iMessage on iPhone and iPad

Many of us receive interesting text messages that we want to share with our family and friends. The easiest way to do this on iPhone is to forward the text messages. In this article we will explain how to forward an SMS or iMessage on iPhone.

How to Forward an SMS or iMessage on iPhone and iPad

In order to forward an SMS or iMessage on iPhone and iPad, perform the following steps:

  • Open the message that you want to forward in the Message app.
  • Now Tap on the ‘Edit’ button. The edit button is present in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Select the message that you want to forward.
  • Now Tap the ‘Forward’ button. The Forward button can be found at the bottom right corner.forward-sms-on-iphone
  • iPhone or iPad would now open up the message. Just type the recipient’s phone number or contact details from your contact list tap Send.

That’s it. Your message would be forwarded to your friends or family.

via iphonestuffs4u

How to Unlock AT&T iPhone 4S Without Losing Your Jailbreak

AT&T now allows its subscribers to unlock their iPhones. However, the only caveat was that in doing so users would lose their jailbreak. However, it is now possible to unlock AT&T iPhone 4S without losing your jailbreak. In this article we will explain how to unlock AT&T iPhone 4S without losing your jailbreak.SAM to Unlock iPhone 4S

The new unlock method uses SAM (Subscriber Authentication Module), which fakes your subscriber authentication to make iTunes believe that your phone is already activated. Thus iTunes does not activates your phone using your officially supported carrier. Therefore, your iPhone can continue to run on an unofficial carrier’s SIM.

How to Unlock AT&T iPhone 4S Without Losing Your Jailbreak

In order to unlock AT&T iPhone 4S, perform the following steps:

  1. Go to the Cydia Store and add the following repo to the list of sources:http://repo.bingner.comrepo SAM
  2. Now install SAM from the newly added Repo.
  3. Once SAM is installed, go back to the Settings app.
  4. Now press the De-Activate iPhone button and connect your phone to iTunes.unlock iphone
  5. iTunes will think that the SIM in your device is from an official carrier and will activate your iPhone.

That’s it! You will now have an unlocked iPhone 4S!

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How to Recover Archived or Deleted Emails on iPhone or iPad

Most iPhone users have to frequently archive or delete their email. However, if you accidently deleted or archived an email, you can recover it back. In this article we will explain how to recover archived or deleted emails on iPhone.

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How to Recover Archived or Deleted Emails on iPhone
Before we move ahead you should know that deleted messages go to the Trash folder and archived messages go to the All Mail folder. Now in order to retrieve the archived or deleted emails, do the following:
  1. From your iPhone inbox, tap the Mailboxes button in the upper-left corner.
  2. This will take you to the main screen of the Mail app.
  3. Now, tap your account below the Accounts header.
  4. In here you would be able to see both the Trash and All Mail folder.Recover Archived or Deleted Emails
  5. For deleted messages, tap on Trash and for archived messages tap on All Mail folder.
  6. Now tap on the deleted or archived message that you want to retrieve and tap the folder icon button at the bottom.
  7. Now you can move the deleted or archived message to the Inbox or any other folder.
That’s it, you would now have your archived or deleted emails back.

via cnet

How to Set iPhone or iPad Calendar Entries for different Time Zones

iPhone or iPad calendar entriesIf you are a frequent traveler, you might have to to set your iOS devices like iPhone, iPad or iPod touch calendar for the proper time zone. You can learn in this article how to set calendar entries for different time zones. The Calendar app on your Home screen allows you to change and adjust the time zone for any meeting or an event with just a few taps. This will allow you to set specific meetings or events for the time zone where they are going to occur instead of trying to add and subtract time from your own time zone. By default, Calendar app use the same time zone you set for your clock in settings. iPhone or iPad calendar entries

  1. Go to Calendar app on your home screen and launch Calendar app. Tap on the “+” sign at the upper right corner of your screen that will create a new event or meeting. You can also tap the same sign to edit a current event or meeting.
  2. Provide all necessary information for the entry you are creating on the next screen.iPhone or iPad calendar entries
  3. Tap on the “Start & End” button.
  4. Now tap on the “Time Zone” button on the next screen.iPhone or iPad calendar entries
  5. On the next screen, you can search for the city that you are visiting for your event or meeting.
  6. As last step, tap save to create the entry.

This is a great way to keep yourself clear on timings about your important meetings when you are traveling between different time zones. The only thing you need is to update your iPhone’s time and your calendar will change with it automatically.

I hope you will find this tutorial useful. Feel free to provide us feedback in the comments below!!

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