Minggu, 20 Oktober 2013

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How to instal Blackberry Messenger on iPad Mini

How to instal Blackberry Messenger on iPad Mini

everything do you need
1. bbm ipa file on ur iTunes
2. ifunbox http://www.i-funbox.com
3. offcourse ipad mini(no need Jailbreak) and mac/pc

1. search bbm ipa on ur itunes library
2. open ifunbox app
3. choose ur device
4. instal app using ifunbox and bbm ipa file
5. done enjoy

Thank You

How to edit host file on OSX Mountain Lion

How to edit host file on OSX Mountain Lion

The hosts file in Mac OS X is stored at /private/etc/hosts but can also be accessed at the more traditional location of /etc/hosts. If you’re looking to edit hosts, you’ll want to target the file located in /private/etc/ though.
We’ll walk through how to manually edit the hosts file in OS X Lion and OS X Mountain Lion with the command line using the simple text editor called nano. If you’d prefer to avoid the Terminal, you could try the easier method of using a preference pane.
  1. Launch Terminal , found in /Applications/Utilities/ or launched through Spotlight
  2. Type the following command at the prompt:
  3. sudo nano /private/etc/hosts
  4. Enter the administrator password when requested, you will not see it typed on screen as usual with the command line
  5. Once the hosts file is loaded within nano, use the arrow keys to navigate to the bottom of the hosts file to make your modifications
  6. When finished, hit Control+O followed by ENTER/RETURN to save changes to /private/etc/hosts, then hit Control+X to exit out of nano
  7. Quit out of Terminal when finished

How instal Leaked BB 10 OS

How instal Leaked BB 10 OS

What You'll Need
Your BlackBerry 10 device
microUSB cable
Autoloader for the OS you are installing
A Windows PC (the autoloader won't run in a virtual machine)
How to Install
First off, make sure you do a full backup of your device using BlackBerry Link. If you want to restore your device after installing the link you'll need a backup file and also, should something go wrong you'll be able to restore without having to start from scratch.

After backing up, run the autoloader file for the OS you are installing. You'll see a screen that looks something like this:

Connect your device to your PC via microUSB. Once the device is recognized the autoloader will do its thing. Your device will reboot and the LED will change from red to green. Don't touch it!

Let the autoloader work its magic. You'll be able to see the progress of the autoloader while it's running. 

When it's done installing, the autoloader will quit automatically and your device will reboot once more. If everything worked as it should you're phone will be up as new and running with the new OS.

From here you can either set up the device from scratch or restore using the backup file you created earlier. Note that with some OS leaks you may not be able to restore from an earlier backup. 

Keep in mind as well that you'll want to do your research before loading up a leaked OS. Some are not full OS versions and may require extra files to fully install and work properly.

Don't assume anything when using an autoloader and always fully read any disclaimers along with the OS version you're installing. Leaks are installed at your own risk so don't hold us (or anyone else) responsible should anything go wrong during this process.

If something does go wrong, you can always reload your current OS and try again.

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