1. Drizzt6969's Avatar
    Not sure if this has been posted yet, but lets say you are browsing the web on your iPhone 4 and you come across a pic that you wish you had. If you open the pic up and push the home button and the top power button at the same time it will take a screen shot and put it in your camera roll.
    2012-05-01 06:38 PM
  2. Simon's Avatar
    Or you can hold down on the picture and just save it to your camera roll.
    2012-05-01 07:32 PM
  3. Sanady361's Avatar
    Or you can hold down on the picture and just save it to your camera roll.
    Lol. Some things in here are helpful for beginners though. :-)
    My latest theme - -
    2012-05-03 03:06 PM
  4. angelalee12's Avatar
    can u demonstrate them by putting in a video?
    2012-07-13 08:54 AM
  5. raduga's Avatar
    ha ha its pretty interesting. I didn't know that.
    Actually I was try to download one attachment file, which size is 1.4 Mb but I am able to download that file. Don't know why and it's also not given any kind of error message.
    huh, what?
    2012-08-11 01:59 AM
  6. recellseo's Avatar
    Wow thank you very much i will definitely try this with my Iphone 5! i was wondering what that button was for thank you for explaining it to us. it definitely be wise to read the user manuals one and a while.
    2013-08-05 11:56 AM
  7. ipanadol's Avatar
    one more thing .. if you want to delete number from the calculator just swipe right on numbers to delete the last number

    haaa how is that ? 😱
    2013-12-30 11:36 AM
  8. docmagoo2's Avatar
    Wow thank you very much i will definitely try this with my Iphone 5! i was wondering what that button was for thank you for explaining it to us. it definitely be wise to read the user manuals one and a while.
    What button?
    2014-10-19 06:40 PM
  9. eprisencc's Avatar
    How to save iOS icon and folder layout Springboard Home Screen information when restoring as new as of iOS 8.1

    You need to be jailbroken for this to work.

    Transfer all your apps to iTunes so you can get them back.

    Backup the following file using iFile in the following directory: private/var/mobile/Library/SpringBoard
    IconState.plist

    Backup this file to dropbox using iFile.

    Restore iPhone as new. Sync apps back using iTunes. Re-jailbreak phone. Install iFile.

    To restore springboard organization, rename the backed up file IconState.plist to DesiredIconState.plist and then copy to private/var/mobile/Library/SpringBoard. Overwrite the existing file if necessary. Respring and springboard layout should be restored. Now all you have to do is go through the tedious process of logging into apps and setting the phone back up the way you like it.


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    2014-11-17 03:54 PM
  10. SidneyJohnson's Avatar
    How to say "thank you" here?
    2016-08-27 10:20 PM
  11. Bo Troxell's Avatar
    How to say "thank you" here?
    Click on the "Thanks" button at the bottom of the post.
    2016-08-27 10:23 PM
  12. Crouggen1969's Avatar
    it seems a rather funny post to me
    2016-09-24 12:53 PM
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