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Although excluding specific contact's text from being shown on the Lock Screen is not possible, you could always switch off the Show Preview option. Therefore a notification of your bank will be shown, but no portion of this message will be previewed, safeguarding your five-letter PIN. To do so just go to Settings / Notification Center / Messages and turn ...
You can do this with Onavo Count Onavo Count monitors and analyzes all types of mobile data and phone use. This includes background, foreground, and Wi-Fi use.
Pretty simple, and it will zoom anything on the screen, not just text, so that's even better. On your iPhone go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Zoom > Click to turn on. See my attached screenshot for a few more commands while zoomed in.
There isn't a practical way for your iPad to be hacked and/or for the system to be moved into, at least without physical access or a jailbreak running. They could, however, get your Apple ID password if it's not particularly strong or if you reuse the same password on multiple websites, and that can give them access to backups, your calendar, location via ...
I apologize because I don't have an iPhone to reference right now, but I will try to help. If you enter your settings and navigate to the accessibility settings, there should be an option to allow screen zooming (or something similar to that name). This is different from regular zooming for two reasons - one, the screen can be zoomed anywhere on the phone - ...
Voltage does matter, it must be =<5V. You can use a simple voltage regulator to keep yourself from going over. You can also wire the panels so that they don't go over 5 (if each panel does 1.5V, 3 panels get you 4.5V, which will work but be slower. So the 4 panels will give 6 Volt and the 5 Volt Zener diode will cut off the access 1 volt Wattage is ...
Just go to http://www.unlockit.co.nz on your iPhone and follow the instructions. There are similar sites as well that do the same thing, and you don't even have to be jailbroken. There are some tweaks that enable the APN settings in the Cellular section of the Settings app, though, if that's what you really want.
Regarding step 6 in the article you linked: There is a difference between destroying the encryption key and writing over the data on your iPhone with new data a la "Secure Empty Trash" in Mac OS X. As far as I was able to find (searching a lot on the net), iOS 2.0 + on original and 3G, data was actually securely erased by writing over it. iPhone 3GS and ...
I had the same problem with my iPhone and MyFordTouch, incoming calls would go to privacy setting turned ON and I would have to use the iPhone to talk. I had the iPhone setting for incoming calls to answer to go to "Speaker". but having this setting caused the MyFordtouch to go to "Privacy" for all incoming calls To fix this on the iPhone, go to Settings ...
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