Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
One thing that is attractive to the iPhone and iPod touch is
the hardware. The robust and compact design is lightweight and easy to handle. There
is little variation in design as they are all in color black with coal even the
same black plain background. Apple, you can choose a custom image for the
background, but that's about all the changes allowed. There are some things you
can do to get out of your iPod touch.
1. Jailbreak the iPod touch. The jailbreak installs a
program on your desktop called Cydia that access to third-party applications
contains. The iPod must be connected to your computer through the USB cable
during the jailbreak and usually only lasts a few minutes. The jailbreak tool
you use must be compatible with the firmware version of your device.
2. Install a theme. Themes are available in Cydia and
customize your iPod with a bottom, custom fonts and sounds. This is the most
creative ways to your iPod touch the rest.
3. Create folders for your applications. If you have a lot
of downloading, the screen quickly filled with applications that are hard to
find. You can search for a specific application using the search screen, but it's
annoying. Drag an icon on the top half icon to merge them into one folder.
Enter a name for the folder in the box that will help you identify. Classify
applications in any way, such as alphabetically or by categories.
4. Buy a box of rubber boot. There are many different styles
available, and some additional features such as a belt clip or stand. The hard
plastic cases are cheap but offer good protection against falling. A case of
rubber is ideal because the iPod touch has a very smooth surface. In these
cases provides a good grip and add thickness, making it easier to handle.
5. Download a VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) app on the
App Store. VOIP uses your WiFi to make calls just like a real phone. You need a
headset with a microphone and an Internet connection high speed, high quality
talks. Some applications are offering free VOIP: Voice Textree, iCall and
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