I was going to install Visual Studio Community 2013, but it asked me to uninstall Visual Studio 2013. I started checking some demos about Visual Studio Community 2013 (you can check the demo from Channel 9) and noticed that you can install the same tools as in Visual Studio Community 2013 to Visual Studio 2013. So let’s get started.
The first thing I wanted to do when I got back an iPhone (again Hussaahhh :)… was to synchronise my contacts, calendars and emails. Everyday I use gmail as my main email, and store all my contacts and calendar events in my gmail account. So it was a no brainer to try to sync with google.
How it is done? Continue reading
- App Name: WinAdmin
- AppStore Cost: $11.99
- Download IPA from here
WinAdmin is the best app to connect to any Windows machine be it Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and even Windows Server 2008 and make any changes if you’re out of the office.
This app “uses the Windows Remote Desktop Protocol to let you manage and interact with any Windows computer from your iPhone or iPod Touch – so you can finally rest assured that you can quickly and easily fix a problem, view an important document, or use a desktop application on any of your Windows computers all from the palm of your hand.” Continue reading
One of the problems in iTunes is that you cannot sync your iPhone (or iPhone 3G) between different computers. So i started googling, and this is what I found…
In the instructions on the following website, you’ll find how to modify any iTunes Library so it can also be synced with your iPhone. You can then either manually manage your iPhone on a second computer, or sync different data on different machines (E.g. Music at home, Contacts/Calendar at work).
Click here for more info.
In my first take to sync the iphone with google calendar, it didn’t end well as apple doesn’t allow apps from it’s appstore change anything in its calendar application. But today, i found an app that will make synching iPhone with google calendar a breeze.
And this time, i tested it on two iphones so, it should work :). The only problem is that you’ll have to jailbreak your iPhone to do this. Why? Because the app that makes this magic is not on AppStore but on Cydia (if you don’t want to jailbreak your iPhone, please check the links at the bottom of this post).
First open Cydia, go to Search and type in “NemusSync”. Only one app is loaded. Select it and click “Install” at the top. Then click “Confirm” in the next window. After it’s installed, return to the main menu on your iPhone and select NemusSync… Continue reading
Finally, a solution on how to sync your iPhone Calendar with your Google Calendar exists.
Click here for the solution that works fine to start synching!
Apparently, as some have noted in the comments, the goosync isn’t working as Apple doesn’t let third party applications change and manage it’s calendar on the iPhone. I will be contacting GooSync support to see if there is a work around. Sorry to all those that tried the steps and not having it working. If anyone managed to make this work, please let me know in the comments. Thanks.
So we’ve covered how you can sync your iPhone with Windows Live Contacts on Windows Vista. Now’s the time for Google… for those people who for a reason or another prefer Google products’ over Microsoft’s.
This post will not only show you the how to sync iPhone Contacts with Google Contacts, but also how to sync iPhone Calendar with Google Calendar. This is now possible to an online service called GooSync. Toffa International, the developers of GooSync, has recently added iPhone support to its online service.
This means that when you change, create or delete a contact, or an appointment, GooSync takes care to always sync the iPhone with Google’s online services which is done automatically.
As for Requirements, you need to either have an iPhone 3G or iPhone with 2.0 Software or greater.
Now the How To?… after the break… it’s a bit long 🙂 Continue reading
Here’s a nice post about how to talk and chat with windows live messenger, google talk messenger, yahoo messenger, etc on your iPhone without installing apollo or anything else. Now you don’t need your laptop anymore to keep in contact with your friends.
Now the How To?
- Open Safari
- Log on to this website: www.meebo.com
- Select the network you want to access (for Windows Live users choose MSN)
- Enter your login email (your Windows Live Mail/Hotmail address)
- Enter your password
- Click Sign on
Now you’re ready to start chatting with your friends. Click read more for a preview of meebo (youtube) and a list of supported devices: Continue reading
During this last week, Microsoft released a new version of its Microsoft Outlook Connector. This happened to add support for the recent update done on Windows Live Calendar
which is still in Beta.
With this update you can now sync multiple Windows Live Calendars with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 or Office Outlook 2007. You can now take advantage of Outlook’s great calendar and time management features and still access your schedule on the web anytime, and anywhere… and always for free (ok you need to buy outlook first… although there are other ways to get outlook… like… maybe some special… very special promotions… :)…!! )
For those that never used the Windows Live Calendar
Beta, you can access it on this web address: http://calendar.live.com. It has a fast and functional Ajax user interface providing a rich experience on the web… supporting many new features making Outlook look even better!! For example, if you have multiple calendars (maybe one to use for work, another one for your events) or even shared calendars, each of them will sync with Microsoft Office Outlook always by using the Office Outlook Connector Beta.
Check out the How To? after the break… Continue reading
Ever wondered how you can sync all those Contacts you have in your MSN Messenger to your iPhone. Well wonder no more cause there’s a simple solution. The trick is to use Windows Vista and Windows Live Messenger (which is one of the many programs to manage your contacts). You must do the following:
- Install Windows Live Messenger (obviously, only if it’s not installed)
- log in using your Windows Live ID
- Open Live Messenger window
- From the Menu, choose Tools then select Options Continue reading