Wednesday, July 10, 2013

The best way to successfully restore data from iOS devices

Freaking out cause youaccidently erased photos, sms messages or another important stuff on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? iPhone is broken or damaged and after this the data’s gone? Unsuccessful updates kill your data? All these problems could be solved if you have owned a Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS.

Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS is a fantastic tool for iOS devices users to get better data just like photos & videos, contacts, SMS, call logs, memos plus more! It includes the two of you sorts of recovery mode: to get better data right from the iOS device and to retrieve previous data by extracting it from iTunes backup! On this page, we're going to primarily present you ways to retrieve lost data right from iOS devices.

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Part 1: Right retrieve from iPhone 5/4S, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, The new iPad, iPad 2 & iPod touch 5

Step1. Connect your device to the computer

Run it on your laptop or computer, and connect your device (eg. iPhone 5). Then you’ll start to see the window underneath.

Step2. Will scan your device for deleted data on it

If your device is organized by the software, just click “Start” to start with scanning it.

Step3. Preview and recover your data selectively

Following the scan, you are able to preview all data found on your device in the scan result. Go through the categories on the left side of the window like camera roll, contacts, messages, etc. You are able to preview all the information of them (except for videos). Mark what you look for and click on “Recover” to save them on your computer with single click.

Part 2: Recover Data Completely from iPhone 4/3GS, iPad 1 & iPod touch 4

Step1. Connect your device to the computer

Run the application on your laptop or computer, and connect your device (e.g. apple iphone 4). After that you’ll view the window underneath.

Step2. Download a plug-in to your device before scanning it

For the unit, you'll want to download a plug-in prior to deciding to scan them. It’s very easy. You only need to click the “Download” option on the window, and it will get you 1-2 minutes.

Step3. Enter in the device’s scanning mode and scan it

Following downloading the plug-in, you can enter the device’s scanning mode now. Adhere to the steps below.

1. Hold your device and click on “Start” on the window of the software.

2. Hold the"Power"and"Home"buttons on your device simultaneously for just 10 seconds.

3. As soon as 10 seconds have passed, release the"Power"button right away, but maintain holding the"Home"button for another 15 seconds.

When you’re informed that you’ve successfully entered the device’s scanning mode, Wondershaer Dr.Fone for iOS may automatically begin scanning your device for data on it these.

Step4. Preview and recover your data precisely

After the scan, it is possible to preview all data located on your device in the scan result. Press the categories on the left side of the window for instance camera roll, contacts, messages, and so on. You can preview all the specifics of them (except for videos). Mark what you would like and click on “Recover” to save them on your computer with a single click.

Note: The data displayed in the scan result consists of deleted and existing items on your device. Each of them have their own color. If you need to separate them, you should use the button on the top:"Only display the deleted items.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Using iCloud to restore app downloads

Thanks to iCloud you can now access every single app you have downloaded, whether free or paid-for, with ease and without the need to pay for it again.

Open the App Store application and tap the Purchased link in the bottom menu bar.

You can now access all your app downloads since you set up your Apple ID.

From this screen, tap the "Not On This iPad" link at the top of the page to access iCloud and the downloads contained within.

Having selected the app you wish to download simply click the iCloud icon beside the app and it will instantly start to install.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Customising iCloud

iCloud is a huge leap both in terms of data storage and how you manage the content on your iDevice. iCloud links to a large array of iPad applications and although all of these links will prove exceptionally useful you may want to only use the applications that will directly benefit. For this guide we will take you through each stage of optimising your iCloud usage.

From the home screen select the Settings option and scroll down to iCloud link and tap it.

On this page you can choose which content you wish to share over Cloud. Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Safari Bookmarks and Notes are rather straightforward. By checking the slider to the "On" position, all new content to sent to or generated by these apps will be automatically uploaded to iCloud during sync.

The Photo stream option is a little different as all images taken or downloaded via your iDevice will be uploaded to the iCloud as usual but these images will be also be shared over all other iCloud linked devices on your network. This may cause problems due to the size of your images and the memory capacity of your other devices.

By choosing to share through the Documents & Data option all documents generated via your device or a host of applications will be uploaded to iCloud. This is very useful but we suggest you maintain a close eye on your iCloud data storage levels. From this link you can also choose to upload data via mobile data transfer. We advise you to checkyour data package with the network provider before selecting this link.

The Storage & Backup link at the bottom of this page offers you access to your iCloud account to purchase more storage space and check current volume levels.

Also on this screen you can choose to use the iCloud Backup option which enables you to sync directly with iCloud without needing to connect your iDevice to the charger. By selecting this option you can automatically back ups all new data in real time when the device is connected to your Wi-Fi network.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Your Guide to iCloud

iCloud has changed the way we store everything on our Apple devices. From photographs, music and videos to simple notes, if it's important then it can be saved to you’re your iDevice and your iCloud account. Now if the worst was to happen and you lose your iPad your data is safe and can be easily and securely restored within moments.

Signing up for iCloud - step-by-step

Linking your iDevice to iCloud is extremely easy. Having initially set up your device via iTunes, or via your Wi-Fi connection using the PC Free set-up option, you will have reached the iCloud link screen. If you linked to iCloud at this point during set up please skip to "Customising iCloud" feature below. If you didn't then carry on and we will take you though this process from start to end.

From the Settings app on your home screen, scroll down the options until you find the iCloud link, then tap it to move on.

On this screen you will have to enter your Apple ID details, or if you are a first time user you can sign up for an account via the "Get A Free Apple ID" link at the bottom of the screen.

Once you have completed the registration and/or signed in, you will receive the following request asking you if want to merge your account with iCloud. Assuming you want to go ahead, click the "Merge" link.

You will now receive a second request.This simply asks to confirm the use of your locational service on your device. Make your selection to proceed. A positive reply is not necessary but is suggested.

From this page you can choose which file types and apps you wish to link to your iCloud account. Do bear in mind that there is a five gigabyte size limit placed upon your account. Additional space is available for an extra cost.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the Storage and Backup link. Here you can check your storage volumes and choose to activate the iCloud Backup option. This way any time you plug your iPad in to charge, as long as it is connected to a Wi-Fi account it will automatically back up any new content to your iCloud account; it doesn't even need to be activated. If you wish to use this extremely useful ability slide the switch to the on position and agree to bypass iTunes back-up. You are now connected to iCloud.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

The new iPad Out of the Box

With its ultra-fast A5X processor, beautiful Retina display and powerful new camera, the new iPad is the best tablet computer money can buy. Want to know more about it? Here's the low-down on this high-tech marvel.

Anyone who has seen the various videos of the iPad being shown off will already have an idea of what those dimensions will look like in your hand. Imagine holding a shiny, very slightly oversized A5 notepad and you will have a good idea of how big (or small) the iPad actually is. The weight is significantly less than even the smallest netbook!

Because the high definition Retina screen is so important to the success ofthe iPad, you would expect some serious features here, and Apple hasn't failed us.The IPS (or In Plane Switching) technology is usually only found on high-end LCD products and means that the iPad offers users an impressive viewing angle of 178 degrees. This is important because the iPad is designed to be used in a variety of non-fixed situations, unlike a laptop or netbook. Oleophobic coating? We don't want to get mired down in the chemistry ofthis, so to put it simply the glass Apple uses for the new iPad is coated with a polymer to which the oil from human skin does not adhere very well. The result? A shiny, clean and easily viewable 2048-by-1536 resolution screen.

The Accelerometer is used by the iPad to detect the current orientation and to flip the screen according ly.The ambient light sensor tells the iPad how bright the screen needs to be.

While it is safe to say that the custom-designed Apple A5X chip in the iPad isn't going to outperform a Macbook Pro CPU it does come surprisingly close, and is more than enough to handle tasks such as such as watching video, viewing photos or playing the currently available games, and it certainly outperforms anything seen so far from the competition.

Both the Wi-Fi only and the Wi-Fi +4G LTE version ofthe iPad can connect to the Internet using superbly fast 802.11 wireless when in range of a wirelesshetwork.The 4G LTE version can also connect via the 4G network at speeds of up to 42 mbps (Over 6 times the speed of a standard 3G connection) when you are out and about, so buffering is a thing of the past! The new iPad's 802.11 wireless is very fast and can easily handle most home and office connections.

Undeniably one ofthe most importantfeatures for any mobile device, the battery life on the new iPad is very impressive, considering the numerous enhancements ofthis 3rd generation model. There are few netbooks that can match the iPad's 10 hours of life without upgrading the battery pack. As with the iPhone and iPod Touch, the iPadis charged eitherthrough a power adapter or by connecting it to a PC or MAC via a USB port.