Archive for the ‘Tutorials’ Category
Do you keep information on your iPad that you may not want thieves to steal or others to see? Have you wondered about how you can secure your iPad to lower the risk of theft or unwanted viewing? Here are some security tips that will help you minimize risk to your iPad and make it less vulnerable to attack:
Use a passcode when taking the iPad out in public. The … Read More
Since there are now a lot more Canadians with iPads, as of this weekend, I thought it would be a good idea to go over jailbreaking, and why it might be for you. We may have talked about this already, but I’m sure there are quite a few new visitors to the site, now that the iPad is finally available in Canada.
Let’s start fresh. What is jailbreaking? Jailbreaking … Read More
Canadians pre-ordered their iPads on May 10th. The arrival date for orders was supposed to be today but it seems that a FedEx delay has caused many orders to be late and not on time. This is a disappointment to everyone who pre-ordered if they can’t get the iPad on the launch date. What’s the point of pre-ordering if you could’ve gone to a store today and nabbed … Read More
I finally received my iPad….whoppeee! Now I’m in the process of setting it up. Rogers has conveniently posted a guide to assist iPad users with the setting up the 3G data plan.
The guide covers first-time activation, managing accounts, and offers details on data usage limits, plan cancellation and more.
Here are the highlights from Rogers on how to set up the initial 3G activation:
How to activate on the Rogers network:
**Disclaimer**: The following should ONLY be tried at your own risk. We assume no responsibility should any damage occur to your iPad or SIM card. This post is for educational purposes only. Repeat: Try at your own risk.
Now that the iPad has been jailbroken, a plethora of iPad hacks have been available via Cydia. One of these includes the app BTstack Mouse via Cydia that allows your Apple Magic Mouse to control the screen. I can see how this would be handy if you were using a Bluetooth keyboard with your iPad and Pages. However, anything else using a mouse to control the iPad instead of multitouch … Read More
Did you ever play Super Mario Kart on the SNES? That is one of my favourite SNES games of all time. It’s a classic and I remember playing one on one battles for hours on end ages ago. One of our find friends, Dusty, from iEvolution.ca has posted a video of playing Super Mario Kart on his iPad, controlled via a Wiimote.
This is an awesome way to bring back the … Read More
I forgot to mention. When you try to setup an account with Bell you need to give them the IMEI # of a device that their network support. In my case, I gave them the IMEI# of my Rogers iPhone 3GS. It worked like a charm. **
Today I decided to take a chance and get my iPad 3G working in Canada. Unfortunately, living in the Great White North, we aren’t … Read More
I’m still anxiously awaiting to get my iPad. While waiting for the arrival (and pre-order date) I have been researching what apps I will want to purchase and learning about other cool things about the iPad. For those of us who are waiting to receive the iPad, and for those who already have one, there is an app on the iTunes store that can help you discover ways to make … Read More
Disclaimer: For legal reasons we are stating that if you choose to use the method described below, you do so and your own risk and furthermore, you should also note that ABC states the broadcast of this US-Only TV content outside the United States of America is prohibited, due to international licensing agreements. This walk-through outlines a workaround for iPad users located outside the United States of America, and is … Read More