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Thursday, 8 January 2015

How to Recover Deleted WhatsApp Messages from iPhone

I accidentally deleted some Whatsapp messages from my iPhone, is it possible that I can get them back? The bad news is that I haven’t backup them with the app yet. Please do give me some suggestions. Many thanks.
Whatsapp is the most popular chatting app in the world. Most of us chat a lot with lovers, friends, work mates or family members with it. It keeps many great memories of our lives. However, problem happens when Whatsapp messages on your iPhone are accidentally deleted and you’re carelessly to sync them with the App’s cloud server.
The good news is that you can now use iSkysoft iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to recover deleted Whatsapp messages and attachments like videos, audios and images from iPhone on Mac. No matter what reasons causes the loss of Whatapp messages lost on your iPhone, iSkysoft can always help. It’s compatible with iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS.
Recover lost data from iOS 8 iPhone/iPad/iPod touch
Anyone can handle it to recover deleted files from iOS 8 iDevices.

  • 3 Recovery Modes: Allows to recover data directly from iPhone, extract iTunes backup and download iCloud backup.
  • Up to 18 File Types: Recover lost text messages, iMessages, contacts, photos, videos, notes, etc.
  • Various Data Loss: Retrieve data lost for deletion, factory settings restore, jailbreak failure, iPhone lost or broken, etc.
  • Preview: Lets you read and preview found data before recovery.
  • Flexible Recovery: Selectively recover any item you want from iPhone, iTunes and iCloud backup files.

Solution 1: Recover deleted WhatsApp messages directly from iPhone

When Whatsapp messages on your iPhone are lost, please don’t take any action on it or you can set it into flight mode to avoid data overwritten.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone and scan it

Connect the iPhone to your computer. Then launch iSkysoft iPhone Data Recovery and select the "Recover from iOS Device" mode to begin. When your iPhone is recognized by the program, please simply click the "Start Scan" button to scan lost messages from your iPhone.
Step 2. Preview and recover lost WhatsApp messages from iPhone

When the scan is complete, you can see all found data on your iPhone in categories. Choosing "WhatsApp", you can read the content in detail. If you only want back the attachment, you also can choose "WhatsApp Attachment". Then you can recover any item you want for your WhatsApp.

Solution 2: Recover WhatsApp messages from iTunes backup

Please make sure you have synced your iPhone with iTunes before Whatsapp messages were deleted.
Step 1. Choose your iTunes backup file to extract it

Select "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode from the window. And then the program will display all iTunes backup files on your Mac. You need to select the previous backup for your iPhone and click the "Start Scan" button to begin extracting Whatsapp messages from iTunes.
Step 2. Preview and recover iPhone WhatsApp messages from iTunes backup

You can read all found Whatsapp messages and attachments from "Whatsapp" category in the screen after scanning. Then you can selectively recover them.

Solution 3: Recover WhatsApp messages from iCloud backup

If you've ever synced your iPhone with iCloud, you still can try to retrieve your deleted WhatsApp messages from iCloud backup selectively.

Step 1. Sign in your iCloud and download the backup

Choose "Recover from iCloud Backup File" from the top menu and you're at the entrance of logging in your iCloud account. After entering, you can see all your backup files listed in the iCloud. Choose the one containing your lost WhatsApp messages and click "Download" to get it off to your computer.

Step 2. Extract the downloaded iCloud backup file.

When the downloading is complete, you'll see a button saying "Scan Downloaded". Click on it to extract so that you can preview the content in detail.

Step 3. Preview and recover iPhone WhatsApp messages now

Once the scan stops, you can check the iCloud backup content in detail now. Choose "WhatsApp" from the categories on the left and read the content one by one. Tick those you want and click "Recover" to save them to your computer.

Thursday, 25 September 2014

How to Enable 4G LTE on iPhone 5 on Omantel network

 SMS 4g to 91221
Jailbreak your iPhone 5 --> Jailbreak Software:

Follow steps below:

  • Open Cydia
  • Tap “Manage” and then tap “Sources”
  • Tap “Edit” then tap “Add” and put the following URL into the text box:

  • Once the URL is entered in tap “Add Source” and allow for it to download all of the repo’s info and packages.
  • After your iPhone has refreshed, tap the field or go to the search bar and find the package CommCenter* patch…

  • Once you have found it, install it and then reboot your iPhone once completed.
  • After the iPhone has restarted, open Cydia once again.
  • Tap “Manage” and then tap “Sources”
  • Tap “Edit” then tap “Add” and put the following URL into the text box:

  • 10. Once the URL is entered in tap “Add Source” and allow for it to download all of the repo’s info and packages.
  • 11. After your iPhone has refreshed, find the package XSERV LTE Enabler…
  • 12. Once you have found it, install it and then reboot your iPhone once completed.

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Review of New Announce iPhone 6 & iPhone 6+

Recently Apple has announce the New iPhone 6 with more incredible feature, the expectation of user with iPhone is pretty much.  

The new iPhone have more bigger and slim screen with retina display the more feature and details are mentioned below please have look.

iPhone 6 isn't simply bigger

It’s better in every way. Larger, yet dramatically thinner. More powerful, but remarkably power efficient. With a smooth metal surface that seamlessly meets the new Retina HD display. It’s one continuous form where hardware and software function in perfect unison, creating a new generation of iPhone that’s better by any measure.

iPhone at its largest. And thinnest

Developing an iPhone with a larger, more advanced display meant pushing the edge of design. From the seamless transition of glass and metal to the streamlined profile, every detail was carefully considered to enhance your experience. So while its display is larger, iPhone 6 feels just right.

Not just a bigger display. A better display

It’s one thing to make a bigger display. It’s something else entirely to make a bigger Multi Touch display with brilliant colors and higher contrast at even wider viewing angles. But that’s exactly what we did with the new Retina HD display.

Hugely powerful. Enormously efficient

Built on 64-bit desktop-class architecture, the new A8 chip delivers more power, even while driving a larger display. The M8 motion co-processor efficiently gathers data from advanced sensors and a new barometer. And with increased battery life, iPhone 6 lets you do more, for longer than ever.

The camera that changed photos now does the same for video.

More people take more photos with iPhone than with any other camera. And now the iSight camera has a new sensor with Focus Pixels and new video features, like 1080p HD at 60 fps, slo-mo at 240 fps, and time-lapse video mode. So you’ll have more reasons to capture more moments on video, too.

Faster wireless. Far and wide

iPhone 6 has faster LTE download speeds,* and it supports more LTE bands than any other smartphone so you can roam in more places. And when connected to Wi-Fi, you’ll get up to 3x faster speeds.

Security. Right at your fingertip

The breakthrough Touch ID technology lets you securely access your iPhone with the perfect password: your fingerprint. You can also use it to approve purchases from iTunes, iBooks, and the App Store without having to enter your password

Your wallet. Without the wallet

We completely rethought how you pay to make shopping faster, easier, and more secure. Apple Pay combines the convenience and security of Touch ID and Passbook with NFC technology. So you can use iPhone 6 to pay in stores and within apps with a single touch.
Coming in October

The biggest iOS release ever

iOS 8 is the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. And with incredible new capabilities and features designed to make the most of a larger display, iOS 8 doesn't just work seamlessly with iPhone 6. It makes every experience feel bigger and better.


Friday, 31 January 2014

9 Things to Do When You First Get an iPhone

You just got an iPhone, now what?  The amount of things to setup can be overwhelming for first-time users, but How-to Geek is here to guide you through the essential steps required to get your iPhone up and running.

1. Create an Apple Account

You’ll have to create an Apple account to use many of the features on your phone (iTunes, App Store, etc).  You can do so here, or just create one when prompted when you first turn on your iPhone.  You’ll need an email address in order to create your Apple ID, so have one in mind when you first power on your phone.  If you already have an iOS device and Apple ID, you may want to start syncing it with iCloud, so a lot of the data on your old device can be automatically downloaded on to your new one.
When signing in with your Apple ID on your iPhone for the first time, it’s also a good time to supply your credit card information for future app and music purchases.  If you don’t want to be troubled with it right then, you can always enter it later in Settings > iTunes & App Store > Apple ID > View Apple ID > Payment Information.

2. Learn Some Quick Usage Tips

This isn’t a comprehensive list of every touch gesture you can do, but it should be enough to get you around your phone so you can easily follow the rest of this guide.

Opening Apps

Ok, this one’s easy… to open an app, just click on the icon once.  If you need to get to another page to see your other apps, just swipe your finger in the opposite direction (if you need to move right, swipe your finger left).

Moving and Deleting Apps

If you hold down the icon of an App for a few seconds, all of your Apps will start to shake and can be moved by dragging them across your screen.  If you need to delete one, just click on the X in the upper left part of the icon.  Icons that don’t show an X are on the phone by default and can’t be removed.

Search for stuff

Swiping downwards on the home screen will bring up the spotlight search, which you can use to quickly find a needed app, contact, note, search the web, or other things.

Opening Control Center

Swiping up from the very bottom part of your screen will bring up the control center.  You can be on the lock screen or the home screen, and it’s even accessible in most apps (this is configured in Settings > Control Center).

Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, do not disturb, portrait orientation, brightness, music, Airdrop, flashlight, timer, calculator, and your camera can all be easily accessed from this menu.

Notification Center

Swipe down from the very top of your screen to access the notification center, which will show the last few missed phone calls, texts, emails, etc.  Reminders, calendar events, and messages from apps will also show here.  So if you miss something, you can come here to see your past alerts.  You can further configure this menu in Settings > Notification Center.

3. Setup an Email Account

Click the Mail app to start setting up an email account on your new phone.  Simply select your email provider and enter your address and password.

If you have another account not associated with any of these email services, just click other at the bottom and manually enter the server information. Your email provider’s help section should have instructions for manually entering this information.

4. Add Your Info

Another thing you’ll want to do is tell your phone who you are.  Open the contacts on your iPhone and click the plus sign in the upper right corner to create a new contact.  Adding basic information like your name is only helpful in that Siri knows how to address you.

If you’d like the ability to simply type “Home” into your Maps app, or tell Siri “Take me home,” and get the directions you need, this is the place to specify that information so your phone can reference it later.  If you scroll down a bit, you’ll see a spot to add addresses – fill in your home, work, or other address so your conversations with Siri can be more casual as you ask for directions.

It also comes in handy to specify the names of your relatives, so you can have Siri pull them up for you with phrases such as “Text my Mom” and “Where is my wife?”

After you setup your own contact record, you need to go to Settings > General > Siri > My Info and assign the contact to yourself.  If you need to continue adding relatives after this, you can have Siri do the work for you – “My wife’s name is Jacqueline.”
With your information setup, Siri will recognize phrases like “Remind me to take out the trash when I get home.”

5. Customize Your Contacts

While we’re on the subject of creating contacts, there are a few nifty things you can do to customize your contacts that you should know about.  Instead of just adding a first name, last name, and phone number, take some extra time to add an address and birthday.  The person’s birthday (or anniversary, or whatever else you decide to put) will appear on your Calendars app, and with their address stored in the contact info, you can simply type their name into Maps or ask Siri for directions to their house.

You can also set a custom ringtone for your contacts, so you’ll know who’s calling without needing to look at your phone.  You can even change the way your phone vibrates when they call, as well as change the sound it plays and the way it vibrates when you receive a text message from them.

6. Use iCloud

There are two main reasons you should care about Apple’s iCloud: It backs up the important content on your phone, and it allows you to seamlessly share that content across your other iOS devices.

Synchronizing iOS devices with iCloud

You can access your iCloud settings in Settings > iCloud.  In this menu, you’ll see a list of everything that you can synchronize to your other iOS devices.  Just click the button to the right of each option for the stuff you want to share (green indicates that it’s being shared).

With the settings shown above, contacts and photos are automatically synchronized with other iOS devices that are using the same iCloud account, while the other settings are turned off.

Backing up content with iCloud

iCloud shouldn’t be used as your only backup solution, particularly for photos, but you can use it to save some important information and act as a temporary backup for your photos until you’re able to properly back them up another way (on to an external hard drive, Dropbox, etc.)
Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup.  At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see an option to enable iCloud Backup, which will “Automatically back up your camera roll, accounts, documents, and settings when this iPhone is plugged in, locked, and connected to Wi-Fi.”

As we mentioned in the previously linked article, iCloud has quite a few limitations, so don’t rely on it to be anything more than a feature that provides a half-baked backup of some of your phone’s content.  However, its ability to synchronize your contacts, calendar events, reminders, and some other things to all of your Apple devices can prove incredibly convenient.

7. Use Find My iPhone

While still in the iCloud settings menu, you’ll want to make sure that you have Find My iPhone turned on.  In the event that you lose your iPhone, you can locate it on a map, make it play a sound (even if it’s on silent), send a message to someone who may have picked up your phone, lock it, erase it, and prevent another person from activating it.

Beyond simply turning the feature on, there’s not any configuration that you need to do. Log into iCloud or pull up the Find My iPhone app on another iOS device and you can locate your iPhone and test out some of the features, if you’d like.

You can even see how much battery life your phone has, and whether or not it’s currently being charged.

8. Use Find My Friends

You can use the Find My Friends app to locate your friends and family, as long as they have an iPhone.

When you first get your phone, you’ll have to add the contacts that you’d like to follow the location of.  Open the app, click Add in the upper right corner, and – this is the annoying part – type their email address that they use with their iPhone/iTunes.  Unless you know that information off-hand, you’ll have to ask them what email they use, which would also probably be a good time to ask them if they mind that you retain the ability to track their every movement from that moment on.
They will receive a request to allow you to see their location, and upon accepting it, probably send a counter-request for your location information as well.  If at any time you don’t want your friends to know your location, you can tap “Me” in the app and choose to hide your location.

9. Configure Your Social Networking Settings

In order to setup sharing features and turn on/off notifications for your Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking accounts, open up Settings and you’ll see the options when you scroll down a bit.  Setup is self-explanatory, just click on each one and login with your username and password.  After that, you can configure the related settings in the same menu.

Thursday, 12 September 2013

iPhone 5S and iOS 7 Announcements Coming Today at Apple's Campus

Capable of great things and all the little everyday things, too

iOS 7 introduces great new features like Control Center, AirDrop for iOS, and smarter multitasking. It also makes the things you do every day even easier, faster, and more enjoyable. And while many of the apps look different, the way you do things feels perfectly familiar. So from day one, you know how to use the world’s most advanced mobile OS. In its most advanced form.

Control Center 

Some things should be only a swipe away, and now they are.
Control Center gives you quick access to the controls and apps you always seem to need right this second. Just swipe up from any screen — including the Lock screen — to do things like switch to Airplane mode, turn Wi-Fi on or off, or adjust the brightness of your display. You can even shine a light on things with a new flashlight. Never has one swipe given you so much control.

Control Center : Do what you need to do. Quick.

Turn on or off Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb. Lock your screen’s orientation or adjust its brightness. Play, pause, or skip a song. Connect to AirPlay-enabled devices. And quickly access your flashlight, timer, calculator, and camera.

Notification Center 

Today is all about you
Notification Center lets you know about new mail, missed calls, to-dos that need doing, and more. And a new feature called Today gives you a convenient summary of, well, today. One glance at your iPhone and you’ll know if it’s a certain someone’s birthday, if you’ll need an umbrella, or if traffic will slow down your commute. You’ll even get a heads-up on tomorrow. You can access Notification Center from any screen, including the Lock screen. Just swipe down. And get up to speed.

What’s your day like?
Today view gives you a summary of what you need to know about for the day. And a peek at tomorrow.

See what you missed.
The new All and Missed views let you see all your alerts or just those you haven’t addressed in the last 24 hours.


While you multitask, it does, too
Multitasking has always been a smart way to switch between apps. Now it’s even smarter. Because iOS 7 learns when you like to use your apps and can update your content before you launch them. So if you tend to check your favorite social app at 9:00 a.m. every day, your feed will be ready and waiting for you. That’s multitasking in iOS 7. It knows what you want to do before you do.

Press the Home button twice to see preview screens of the apps you have open. To quit an app, just swipe it up and out of preview.

Intelligently scheduled updates.
iOS schedules updates during power-efficient times. Like when your device is on and connected to Wi-Fi. So your battery isn’t drained unnecessarily.


All the right formats rights at your fingertips.

Camera in iOS 7 puts all your shooting formats — still, video, panorama, and now square — front and center. With a swipe, you can capture what you want the way you want.1 Fast. And new filters let you do even more with each image. Give it a retro feel. Dial up the contrast.
Or go black and white. Artistic license is all yours.


Life is full of special moments. So is your photo library.

Now there are faster, easier, and more delightful ways to scroll down memory lane. Introducing Collections, Moments, and Years — smart groupings of your photos and videos based on time and place. Tap Years and all your shots fill the screen. Each year holds Collections, like your trip to San Francisco. And in that Collection are distinct Moments — photos from Union Square, videos from AT&T Park. So you can find a shot from whenever, wherever, in no time.

Inside a Collection.
Tap a Collection, like “Hawaii,” and see photos from your trip organized into Moments according to date and location.

A year — or years — in review.
Tap the Year view and prepare to be amazed. Every photo and video you've ever taken appears onscreen, almost like artwork.
iCloud Photo Sharing.
With iCloud, you can share your favorite moments with your favorite people by creating a shared photo stream. They can post photos, videos, and comments to your stream, and it all appears on everyone’s iOS devices — automatically. The new Activity view lets you see the latest updates from all your shared streams in one place.


Drop Everything 
Sending a photo or a document to someone via text or email is fine. But if that someone is right next to you, a text or an email suddenly feels like too many steps. Enter AirDrop for iOS. It lets you quickly and easily share photos, videos, contacts — and anything else from any app with a Share button. Just tap Share, then select the person you want to share with. AirDrop does the rest using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. No setup required. And transfers are encrypted, so what you share is highly secure.3

Share one to one. Or one to many.
With AirDrop, you can share, say, a photo or a video with a specific person or multiple people. Just tap the Share icon, select who you want to share with, and let AirDrop do its thing.

Make yourself available. Or not.
You’re automatically visible in AirDrop to your contacts running iOS 7. But you can also make yourself visible to anyone nearby using iOS 7 or to no one at all. One tap in Control Center is all it takes.

File received.
Recipients can choose to save whatever you send. When they do, the content is saved right where it should be — a photo in Photos, a pass in Passbook, a contact in Contacts, and so on.


With things out of the way, there’s way more web
Browsing is bigger, better, and more beautiful with Safari in iOS 7. Buttons and bars — like the unified smart search field — stay hidden until you scroll to reveal them. So you see more content than ever on your screen. And with a swipe, you can go back or forward a page. It’s all designed so nothing gets in your way or slows you down.

Unified smart search field.
Type a URL or search term in the unified smart search field, and Safari automatically suggests the closest match to what you’re looking for. So you find the right web page fast.
New tab view.
See your open web pages in a consolidated view that lets you scroll effortlessly from tab to tab. To close a page, just swipe it offscreen.

Shared Links.
See all the URLs in your Twitter timeline, who posted them, and what they had to say about them.

Reading List.
Reading through the articles in your Reading List is quick and easy. Simply scroll seamlessly from one to the next.

iCloud Keychain.

Lots of things you do on the web require passwords. Now iCloud can remember your account names, passwords, and credit card numbers for you. And Safari will enter them automatically whenever you need to sign in to a site or shop online. It works on all your approved iOS 7 devices and Mac computers running OS X Mavericks. And with 256-bit AES encryption, it’s highly secure.

Password Generator.
Every time you create an account, you can have Safari generate a unique, hard‑to‑guess password. And remember it for you.

iTune Radio

Hear where your music takes you
iTunes Radio features streaming radio stations you’ll love from day one — from the best selection of music. The more you listen, the more personalized it becomes. And it’s available on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, and Apple TV for free. Its radio re-imagined.Learn more about iTunes Radio

See what you've heard.
View the History of everything you've heard or added to your Wish List. Then tap to download the songs you want from iTunes.

Edit on the fly.
Build new stations while you listen, and control the balance between playing the hits and discovering less familiar songs.

Go from your music to more music.

You can access Featured Stations, stations inspired by music you choose or already listen to, and more than 200 genre based stations.

You're going to like what you hear. And see

Siri in iOS 7 gets a new look, a new sound, and new capabilities. It features a redesigned interface that fades into view — on top of whatever’s on your screen. A clearer, more natural-sounding female or male voice makes Siri even easier to understand. It’s faster at answering questions and it checks more sources, such as Bing, Wikipedia, and Twitter. And Siri takes on extra tasks, like returning calls, playing voicemail, controlling iTunes Radio, and more.

Siri knows you’re talking.
Now when you ask Siri something, audio waves move across your screen, letting you know Siri is listening and processing your request.

Start in Siri. Stay in Siri.
If you have questions, Siri has answers. And you’ll see them right on the screen. Even web search results from Bing. So you won’t be pulled out of Siri and into Safari just to see the same list.

Siri searches Wikipedia.
Siri now references Wikipedia to answer your questions.

Siri searches Twitter, too.
Want to know what people are tweeting about a certain topic? Just ask.

App Store : 
Find the right app for wherever you are.
Apps Near Me — a new feature of the App Store in iOS 7 — shows you a collection of popular apps relevant to your current location. And a new Kids category spotlights the best apps for children based on age. iOS 7 also keeps your apps up to date automatically, so you don’t have to bother. Another bonus of automatic updates: no more little red badge begging for your attention.

What’s popular near me?
Wherever you find yourself — the Louvre, for instance — tap Near Me and you’ll see a list of apps you might find useful.
Browse the best apps for kids.
Now parents and teachers can quickly find apps that are perfect for children. Just visit the new Kids category for a curated selection of age‑appropriate apps.

Find My iPhone 
And if you can’t at least there’s this

Losing your iPhone feels lousy. Thankfully, Find My iPhone can help you get it back. But if it looks like that’s not going to happen, new security features in iOS 7 make it harder for anyone who’s not you to use or sell your device. Now turning off Find My iPhone or erasing your device requires your Apple ID and password. Find My iPhone can also continue to display a custom message, even after your device is erased. And your Apple ID and password are required before anyone can reactivate it. Which means your iPhone is still your iPhone. No matter where it is.

Lock screen message.
Even after a remote erase, Find My iPhone can continue to display a message with your phone number on the Lock screen.
Your iPhone made it home.
If you get your iPhone back after you’ve already erased it, just enter your Apple ID and password to reactivate it.

Coming Soon

iOS in the Car 
Best passenger ever
iOS in the Car seamlessly integrates your iOS device — and the iOS experience — with your in-dash system. If your vehicle is equipped with iOS in the Car, you can connect your iPhone 5 and interact with it using the car’s built-in display and controls or Siri Eyes Free. Now you can easily and safely make phone calls, access your music, send and receive messages, get directions, and more. It’s all designed to let iPhone focus on what you need, so you can focus on the road.

Commute summary.
iOS in the Car knows when you’re leaving home for work — or vice versa — and displays traffic conditions and your ETA.

Siri handles calls.
Siri will play back your voicemail and return missed calls, if you ask.

iTunes Radio and more.
Use your car’s onboard controls for your music, including iTunes Radio, audiobooks, podcasts, third-party audio apps, and more.

Navigate with Maps.
Get turn-by-turn directions with Maps. Enter an address or let iOS in the Car serve up any address you received in an email or text.

Get the message. And send one, too.
Text messages appear right on your car’s display. Siri can read them to you while you listen over your car’s speakers. And to reply, just dictate to Siri.