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How to Delete iTunes from Mac OS X in Few Easy Steps is a post from: iPhnoeStuffs4U.com
If you try to delete iTunes.app, then, you will see a dialog box with popup infront of you… saying that iTunes.app cannot be modified or deleted, because Mac OS X will need it.
Although it is possible to delete iTunes.app from Mac, it is not suitable to do it without any perfect reason as with the help of iTunes, you can easily sync with other Apple products such as: iPad, iPhone, iPod, or even Apple TV. It allows you to store data like music, books, movies, etc.
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with all this drawbacks and you still want to delete iTunes from Mac OS X. Thus, we will show you how to delete iTunes From Mac OS X…
How to delete iTunes from Mac OS X:
Deleting iTunes is not advisable to you, unless you are aware with the drawbacks. So, let’s see how you can delete iTunes from your Mac OS X:
Step 1: You will need to launch terminal within the application through utility folder.
Step 2: Type the following command:
cd /Applications/
Once you enter the above command, then, you will be promoted to Applications directory
Step 3:  Here, you need to type the second command which will be deleting iTunes.
sudo rm -rf iTunes.app/
Step 4: Last you need to do is to enter your administrative password to complete the procedure.
Please note that there will be no other alert message will display on the screen, so, please be careful .Once you are done with the above procedure, automatically iTunes will get deleted from your Mac.
If you delete the iTunes applications, it doesn’t mean that you will not be able to enjoy the iTunes music or library. Also, any iTunes purchase, which has been brought by you, will remain the same.
Furthermore, there are many people who will say that their iTunes got deleted automatically… no need to worry as we have some remedial steps for them.
Got your iTunes deleted automatically??? If you face such problem, then, do need to panic… because it is easy to reinstall. You can easily download the latest version of iTunes directly from Apple. By running the same application you can also receive your iTunes back!
Via: osXDaily
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The latest update to Alfred adds a selection of smart new features, one of which is a new way of grabbing selected text from any Mac app and pushing it straight into one of your other Alfred actions – such as a web search, for example.

It’s a cool little feature but a little hard to find, so here’s how to set it up. You’ll need to have paid for the Alfred Powerpack to make it work.
In Alfred’s preferences, go to Hotkeys and click the little plus symbol at the bottom-right. In the list that appears, click General, then Show Alfred (as shown ab
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ove).
Now you’ll be able to configure an alternative way of invoking the Alfred command window.

At the top, you can choose a keyboard combo. I usually call up Alfred with Command+Space, so for this alternative I’ve set up Shift+Command+Space.
This grabs whatever text I’ve selected and puts it into Alfred. The other options below the key combo setting allow you to add a keyword in front – in my case, I’ve used the letter ‘l’, which is already set up inside Alfred as a shortcut to Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky”.
Result? I can select text anywhere, hit four keys in rapid succession, and see the top Google result. (Which, despite Google’s flaws in other areas, is still almost always the one I want.)
Got any useful Alfred tips or shortcuts of your own? Share them in the comments.
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If you’ve jailbroken your iPhone 4S with the Absinthe jailbreak, you might have run into the issue of having white icons on your home ...How to Fix White Icons Bug from Absinthe Jailbreak is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource


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With their touch-screen interface and small display size (iPad aside), iDevices aren’t known for their addiction to ambitious action titles. Regardless, that’s just what’s on offer here. Set in a vibrant Japanese feudal environment, players will assume the role of your generic samurai character, destined to right a few wrongs using the pointy side of his blade.
Combat is kept relatively simple down to necessity more than any other factor. Three attack buttons only are afforded to the player — two covering quick and more considered strokes of the blade, one used to evade.
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Before you break out the Pop Tarts, though, be aware that Samurai II: Vengeance suffers from some perennial touch-screen problems. Too much of the screen can be obscured by the process of simply moving around each stage, while puzzles (such as they are) must employ only one generic action button and are hence neutered. Such cel-shaded graphics, though, do play entirely to the device’s strengths, giving many a reason to play on.

 
 

Samurai II: Vengeance For iPad | Adventure Games is a post from: TCGeeks
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George Francis Hotz (born October 2, 1989), alias geohot, million75 or simply mil is known for working with other people to unlock the iPhone, allowing the phone to be used with other wireless carriers, contrary to AT&T and Apple's intent.



 Blackra1n - Limera1n - Blacksn0w


He is also noted for jailbreaking the iPhone OS and developing a method for cracking the PlayStation 3.
On July 13th 2010: Hotz posted a message on his Twitter account stating that he was giving up trying to crack the PS3 any fur
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Hacking Apple iDevices :

According to Hotz's blog, he traded his unlocked 8GB iPhone to Terry Daidone, the founder of Certicell, for a Nissan 350Z and 3 8GB iPhones. Hotz said he wanted to give the iPhones to the other members of the team who created the hack with him. Hotz's hardware based unlocking technique has largely been replaced by software unlocking that does not require dis-assembly of the iPhone.

On February 8, 2008: Hotz developed the software unlock for the iPhone's new Bootloader Version 4.6 that was previously only achievable with a "testpoint based hardware unlock".

On July 3, 2009: Hotz announced purplera1n, the first public software exploit for jailbreaking the iPhone 3GS.

On October 11, 2009: Hotz released blackra1n, a jailbreak for all iPhones and iPod Touches. The only caveat was that the iPod touch third generation would need a "tethered jailbreak" to work.

On October 25, 2009: Hotz released Blackra1n RC2, an update to his previous blackra1n utility. This version allows MC Model iPod Touch 2G (8GB iPod Touch third generation) and new-bootrom iPhone 3GS users to jailbreak their iPod touches as well. (tethered jailbreak only)

On October 31, 2009: Hotz announced the impending release of Blackra1n RC3, this version will include blacksn0w which will allow SIM unlock of all iPhones using Blacksn0w RC1. Blacksn0w was originally scheduled for release  

on November 4, 2009: but due to positive test results it was moved to the 3rd. Blacksn0w was the #1 trending topic on Twitter as requested by GeoHot only moments after its release.

On April 13, 2010: Hotz established a website for his newest jailbreak software limera1n.
Limera1n was rumored to be his newest jailbreaking tool.

On June 24, 2010: Hotz wrote on Twitter that he had no plans to release a new jailbreak. He has told people looking for a jailbreak release to 'keep an eye on Spirit, the currently used program for 3.1.x jailbreaking, which lead to the belief there are plans to update the software to allow iOS 4.0jailbreaking. This however has not had a release date confirmed.

On July 10, 2010: Hotz published that he had been able to jailbreak an iPhone 4 running iOS 4.0. As evidence, he provided a picture of the device executing Cydia. This post has since been edited and blocked from public view, in which Hotz stated that the picture was "quite obviously fake", addressing himself to "the haters".

On July 13, 2010: Hotz announced his retirement from iDevices hacking, saying that it's not fun as it used to be, and people were taking too serious something he used to do just as a distraction.

On October 8, 2010: Hotz confirmed he was releasing a Jailbreak on 10/11/10; one day after therelease of GreenPois0n. He also posted a picture of limera1n running on an iPhone 3G S, iPod Touch fourth generation, iPhone 4.

On October 9th: Hotz released limera1n Beta 1 - without support for the 3GS (due to a problem with the bootrom) Fixed. Additionally, the exploit has been found to be moderately buggy, even on supported devices. This suspended the release of the SHatter exploit in the form of greenpois0n, due for release the next day. On the limera1n website, he claims this was to make the Chronic Dev team "do the right thing" - presumably implying that they should save their jailbreak exploit for fifth generation devices. He later went on to release three more betas, containing support for iPhone 3GS models and iPod Touch 2G models, along with various bug fixes and other stability enhancements.

Personal life

Hotz grew up in Glen Rock, New Jersey, where he attended the Bergen County Academies, a magnet public high school. He has one sister, Julia Hotz, alias "Fifty". He currently attends the Rochester Institute of Technology studying biotechnology.

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Assistant Extensions is a great new tweak that will allow you to open apps, send tweets and more via Siri. There are more and more tweaks released via Cydia every they and these allow jailbroken iDevices to get the most out of their devices. You could say that jailbreaks actually allow iOS to run the way it always should have run.

Since the release of the untethered jailbreak for A5 devices there have been more and more Siri tweaks released. Apple's voice recognition software has been the centre of so many developers attention since it launched with the iPhone 4S last Oc
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tober. Jailbreaking allows using to enjoy some great Siri perks and these include allowing simple SBSettings-like commands to be activated using Siri. There are many more Siri tweaks including SiriToggles and the soon to be released Sireet which will allow users to send Tweets using Siri.

AssitantExtensions has been released however and this allows users to send Tweets, activate SBSettings toggles and open various different apps without having to touch your screeen. This new tweak is available free of charge from the BigBoss repository. If you have SiriToggles the developer of AssitantExtensions does recommend that you remove it even though no conflicts between the two have been reported. The features of AssitantExtensions do however supersede SiriToggles so you won't need it anyway.

If you plan on downloading AssitantExtensions you will need a jailbroken iPhone and there are plenty of tools that you can use to do this including Absinthe, Sn0wbreeze and more.

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Yesterday I added a new listing for open source iOS games featuring source code for games which currently are or have been in the app store that are open source.
Today I’ve updated the open source iOS apps list which contains all the open source apps which I’ve found and the total has now reached 69 apps.
New to the list are:
Clearis – A Cocos2D built puzzle game.
LittleGo – The game of Go.
PWSafe – A password storage app.
Quickbright – An app for quickly adjusting brightness settings.
Vim – the classic text edi
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tor brought to iOS.
I also re-added the game of Canabalt which was removed in a previous update when the source link appeared date.
I also updated the list removing links to app store listings which no longer exists, and fixed up many other links.
Check out the open source iOS apps list here where you can find these apps along with their source code..
©2012 iPhone, iOS 5, iPad SDK Development Tutorial and Programming Tips. All Rights Reserved..

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Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 is the updated and revised version of iDevice software for the change of color and theme of the iDevice. This is one of the most used and well re-known software for the keyboard customization. This software is released at BigBoss repo by the author Yoo Seung Kim. Color Keyboard 1.1.9-2 has [...]

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Download Justin.tv 3.7.2 [v3.7.2] Justin.tv for iDevices is a wonderful little app. Justin.tv is a multimedia app for the iPhone – iPad – iPod touch. Now you can watch more than 2500 TV channels on Justin.tv. You can browse through different categories. Watching TV on the screen in your hand any where is a great freedom which [...]
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How to Sync Firefox Bookmarks with iPhone and iPad is a post from: iPhnoeStuffs4U.com
As such, it’s not possible to sync Firefox bookmarks with iPhone or sync iPhone bookmarks with Firefox because the iTunes library doesn’t have an option for that. You can however sync Safari bookmarks.
Of late, it’s been getting quite clear that quite a lot of users still prefer Firefox on their PCs or Laptops. The average household has become a combination of large-screen browsing (on PCs) and small-screen ones (on smartphones). When this is the case, syncing bookmarks becomes tou
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gh if you used Firefox on the PC and Safari on the iPhone. But there are two ways you can solve this problem of syncing.
Here’s how to sync Firefox bookmarks with iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch:
Method 1 – Export / Import
In this process, you will export the Firefox bookmarks, import them to Safari and just sync. As simple as that.

On your PC, where you have bookmarks on Firefox, just export the bookmarks as HTML.
To do this, go to Bookmarks → Show All Bookmarks.
Now, choose the Import and Backup → Export HTML…
Save the file to someplace you can access fast.
Now, open Safari.
File – Import Bookmarks
Choose the file you just saved.

Now, just connect your iPhone to the PC and Sync via iTunes. Make sure Sync Safari Bookmarks is checked (under the Info tab for your iPhone on iTunes).
Method 2 – Firefox Home Firefox Home is a simple app you can download on your iPhone. (it’s designed for iPhone, not iPad, but works on iPad too). It works via Firefox Sync (which is a service that syncs your personal bookmarks and stuff on your local desktop Firefox to the cloud) so you will need to have Firefox Sync enabled on your PC.
Firefox Home is not a browser – but a syncing service which connects and syncs all your bookmarks to your iPhone. You can then open them via Safari on your smartphone. Firefox Home is available as a free download on the iTunes App Store. It comes straight from Mozilla Corporation, so it’s highly trusted.
Interestingly, Firefox Home can also keep track of your Tabs and comes with search feature that helps you search from your history, bookmarks etc. easily.
You might want to check out:

How to Sync Safari Bookmarks with iPhone and iPad