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Friday, October 30, 2009

iPhone: How to Turn your iPhone into a Hard Drive

By avi90

Ever need to take a decent amount of files with you but you didn't have a portable drive or numerous thumb drive? Do you have an iPhone? If so you can use your iPhone as a portable hard drive and take your files where ever you go comfortably and without having to lug around an extra device

Sunday, October 25, 2009

iPhone Internet Connection: How to Connect to a VPN From an iPhone

By Alexia Petrakos

A VPN (or Virtual Private Network) is a technology that allows you to connect to a remote network from wherever you happen to be using the Internet. VPN is encrypted, so it's safe, and once you are connected it's exactly like physically being on the other network.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

iPone: How to Unlock iPhone 3.0 3G/3GS Firmware with Ultrasnow

By nickkho

Step 1
I strongly recommend you backup your iPhone via iTunes BEFORE you begin this guide.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

iPhone Repair: How to Fix a Broken iPhone Speaker

By Doug Akridge

Are your speakers not working on your iPhone? You can't hear anything when someone tries to call you? This is a fairly common problem and unfortunately it is a hardware issue instead of a software issue, this means that simply rebooting the phone won't fix it. However there is a fix! I'll explain it:

Saturday, October 10, 2009

iPhone Repair: How to Carry Out An iPhone Screen Replacement Repair

By markfreelance

One of the most complex repairs on an iPhone is a screen replacement repair, before you attempt this repair be sure to have sufficient time to complete the task, and have a clear working space for your iPhone and the replacement screen to sit in while working on them.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Free iTunes: How to Convert iTunes Files to MP3

By Amanda K.

he iTunes program is compatible with all different kinds of audio files, but if you use iTunes to rip a CD or download music from the iTunes store, you will notice that it is in an AAC format. While this format works perfectly with many personal music players, including iPods and Zunes, the MP3 format is nearly universal among digital music players. If you have a heap of iTunes-specific music files, you can convert them into the more conventional MP3 format in a few short steps.

Step 1
Remove the Digital Rights Management (DRM) from any files purchased from iTunes. Any files you have purchased directly from iTunes will have DRM, which will prevent the file from being converted. However, if you click on these songs, there should be an option to remove the DRM, usually for about 20 to 30 cents. If you do not have the latest version of iTunes, you will not see this option, so it is vital that you update your iTunes before proceeding.