If you have Jailbroken your iDevice then you might have experienced that the Cydia icon turns white So how to Fix White Cydia Icon After 5.0.1 / 5 Jailbreak ?
This issue is relevant for users of iPhone 4, 3GS, iPod touch 4G, 3G and iPad 1 operating in iOS 5.0.1 / 5.0 and who may have experienced the issue that the Cydia icon turns to white. This might happen while installing certain tweaks or operating in the tethered mode as well. At many times, updating the jailbreaks apps can solve the problems, but certain times the problem may persist. In this scenario, a feasible solution is to reinstall Cydia.
The three methods listed below have been known to work:
Step 1: Open Redsn0w 0.9.9b8 (You can download it from here)
Step 2: Click on “Extas” button Step 3: Click on “Just boot” button
If Trial A didn’t fix the issue you can follow Trial B
Trial B: Step 1: Once you have launched Cydia, tap on “Manage”. Step 2: There you would be able to see an Installed list and an option, “Cydia Installer”. Step 3: Select it and then modify it by tapping on the “Modify” button. Step 4: In the final step, all you have to do is to tap the “Re-install button”, and the job is done.
If Trial A and B didn’t fix white cydia icon issue you can follow Trial C.
Trial C: Step 1: When you launch Cydia, proceed to the “Changes” tab and hit the “Refresh” button. This would prompt Cydia to update all necessary packages. Step 2: You would get an option demanding an “Essential Upgrade”. In a few minutes duration, all the update procedure would be completed. Step 3: Once you have confirmed the update, all necessary changes would be completed.When this is completed, close Cydia and your job is done.
Now that 2011 has come to an end it is time to take a look at the most popular posts of the previous year, we have had a lot of interesting Apple news to report, and these are the ones that got most views on the page!
Many products follow the product lifecycle and are initially accepted only by the early adopters and then slowly gain mainstream popularity, the Apple iPad however doesn’t seem to follow this pattern, according to Apple execs the iPad is a runaway hit and it’s going mainstream faster than anything they’ve seen before.
The other day a friend of mine asked me how he could find the UDID for his new iPhone 4. Therefore I have decided to compile this quick How-To Guide. The UDID number is a 40-digit sequence of letters and numbers, associated with every iPhone and iPod touch device, it is really easy to find if you know how to.
So far connecting a USB drive has only been possible if you jailbreak the iPad, now since we are not going to post anything on here about jail breaking the iPad here is a way you can transfer files from the USB drive to the iPad without jail breaking it first.
One of the biggest changes that Apple has implemented in Mac OS X Lion is Mail version 5.0. The new version of Mail has a whole new look and feel to it that I’ve heard a few of you complain about. Well good news this tip will show you how to reverse the new modern look that Mail is sporting these days into something a bit more classical.
If you haven’t already launch Mail on your Mac running OS X Lion.
Open the preferences pane for Mail by selecting Preferences from the Mail menu or by pressing the Command key plus the comma key at the same time.
Select the Viewing tab in the preferences window that opens.
Click Use classic layout.
Mail will now change how its window is configured from the new modern look introduced in Mail 5.0 to one that looks a bit more classical like it did in Mail 4.0.
If you like you can tweak the classical look by selecting several sub-options under the Use classic layout. You can decide whether or not you want to show To/Cc labels, contact photos in the message list, or how many lines of a message you want to show in preview (the default is 2).
If you decide to change these sub-options you’ll have to do so without having the Use classic layout box checked, because if that option is checked these sub-options are grayed out. Personally I think that is a bug in the Mail application, but for now this work around will get you past that.
MacWorld has published a nice little tip that allows Lion users to reveal the Dock while in fullscreen apps. To do so, while in any fullscreen app, simply move the pointer all the way to the edge where the Dock is pinned. Once your cursor is resting on that edge of the screen, swipe or move the mouse in that same direction again, as if you were trying to move beyond the edge. The Dock will then spring right up. Pretty cool, huh?
MacWorld also points out that Apple didn’t simply go with the “Hide Automatically” Dock feature in fullscreen app mode because many fullscreen apps may have buttons at the bottom or on the sides and automatically displaying the Dock when moving your cursor to the edge of the screen could cause the Dock to block the buttons you are trying to click.
OS X Lion is the best version of OS X yet, but some of its design choices aren’t without controversy… especially the decision to make the whole operating system more like iOS.
In OS X Lion, scroll bars don’t exist unless you actually start scrolling. When you start moving up or down in a window, they pop up and function as normal, but it requires that you scroll first before you can actually access the scroll bar.
Here’s how to fix it:
1. Open Applications > System Preferences > General
2. Next to “Show scroll bars” tick the “Always” radio button.
Done! Now, scroll bars will automatically show in Lion as they did in Snow Leopard, even if you haven’t already scrolled.
Today is the day that all football fans have been waiting for, it is finally time for the Super Bowl however not everyone can sit at home in front of the TV and watch the game live, which is why we have compile this list of other ways to follow the game. ESPN ScoreCenter. If you are a sports fan, you probably have this one already. If you don’t, get it. It shows “live game details featuring last play, in-game stats, boxscores, game summaries and standings,” among other things. Free.
Super Bowl XLV Official NFL Game Program. This is the official Super Bowl program from the NFL in digital format for the iPad, showing video telling the Packers’ and Steelers’ road to the final, past Super Bowls and clips from the 2010 season. Free.
Fan Finder. If you are not going to watch the game at home, FanFinder Mobile locates Sports Bars around you. Not only that: It shows you those where you can find people supporting your team. Free.
NFL.com Game Center 2010 The official NFL.com Game Center Mobile App for the 2010 season. The app offers users In-game Big Play audio highlights of every game, Customized “My Team” game alerts, Quarterly audio highlights of the game, and Postgame press conference video of the game. Free
Many users, who are testing the Mac App Store have been hit with the message We could not complete your App Store request. An unknown error occurred (100).
According to TUAW.com The fix for this seems to be simple.
The release of the Mac App Store has provoked yet another set of iTunes Terms and Conditions for us all to agree with (seriously, Apple, I think we can all agree we’ve surely agreed enough by now?), but the App Store seems to be flakey about reporting this to you. Quitting the Store and reloading it appears to be enough to bring it to life; you’ll know when you get it right because you’ll be walked through the usual T&Cs process. Other users are reporting success with restarting iTunes instead, or restarting their entire Mac, so that’s also an option if the first approach doesn’t work for you.