Friday, April 30, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
you will need
1.diskaid and you can get it form here
2."Mobile terminal" and you can find it in cydia/rock
3. the deb file
then open diskaid and connect your ipod/iphone to the pc and then select root folder and scroll down till you find "tmp" file
and then you will take the "sb rotator.deb" file and paste it the tmp file
and then open mobile terminal and type the following commands1
1) enter: su
2) enter: alpine
3) dpkg -i /tmp/"enter here the name of the deb file you downloaded"
4) delete the deb file
and your done..!
Saturday, April 24, 2010
TeamViewer Pro provides easy, fast and secure remote access to PCs and Macs.
App for iPhone and iPod Touch you are able to:
- spontaneously support your clients and colleagues
- have access to your office desktop with all of its documents and installed applications
- remotely administer unattended computers (e.g. servers)]
1. Install and start TeamViewer Pro on the ipod
2. Install and start TeamViewer 5 on your PC or TeamViewer 4 on your Mac and you can get it for free from here
3. Enter your PC’s or Mac’s ID and password directly in the TeamViewer interface on your iPhone / iPod Touch to connect.
download from here (4.3 mega)
(more links will arrive)
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Well it's that time of year again, and the number of speculations, leaks and purported photos and videos of the next-generation iPhone is sure to increase. The latest blurb to sweep the web involves tech pundit John Gruber mocking the Wall Street Journal for not having any interesting information. He then goes on to drop some killer specs for the upcoming iPhone release.
This mockup of the next generation iPhone has nothing to do with Gruber's information (predictions?) but we liked the fact that it resembles the iPad. Back to the specifications of the iPhone 4G:
Screen resolution improvement to surpass the competition. Gruber claims Yukari Iwatani Kane gave him the scoop on a 960 x 640 resolution screen. This would beat the Droid (854 x 480) and the Nexus One (800 x 480).
The same source claims the iPhone HD, as some are dubbing the new device, will have an A4 system on a chip, or something from the same family. For those not familiar, this processor was developed by Apple in-house specifically for the iPad.
But wait, there's more. Gruber continues by saying there will be third-party application multitasking. Apple watchers and iPhone fans have been waiting for this feature since day one. Finally the "battery issues" and other excuses Apple has been giving us for no multitasking except native apps (iPod for example) have been overcome.
Last but not least Gruber also drops "second front-facing camera." Video conferencing anyone? This jives with the photos and videos that have been coming out showing a longer iPhone frame and possibly space at the top for new hardware. Many have speculated the aspect ratio on the new screen could be 16:9.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
http://www.digidna.net/products/diskaid , which is a free file explorer for iPhone
step 2: Download the Winterboard theme you love and extract the zipped file in the download folder.( you can download themes from here
Step 3: Connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable and launch DiskAid. Then select “Root folder” in the lower-left option. Answer “yes” for the warning. This option will let you browse the whole iPhone file system.
Step 4: On the left pane, go to “Library” and then access “Themes” folder. All Winterboard theme files are placed under this folder. If you have already installed some Winterboard themes on your iPhone, you’ll see those theme folders.
Step 5: Copy the themes you have download, click “Copy Folder to Device” and select the theme folder you just extracted. Click “OK” to confirm and wait for the transfer process to complete.
Step 6: The Winterboard theme is installed on your iPhone. Go back to your iPhone and launch Winterboard. Tap and select “Super Mario Sunshine” to activate your new theme. WinterBoard will mark for you. Press “Home” button and your SpringBoard will restart automatically.