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How to take a Screenshot on iPhone

Apple has never made taking a screenshot a tough task. Doing so allows you to capture an enlarged version of what’s display on your device as a PNG file, letting you quickly share the image among friends via Viber, Skype, text, or through social websites such as Facebook and Twitter. It’s even possible send the screenshot to tech support for further analysis. Never before has it been so easy to share pictorial proof of your high score in favorite games. Press and hold the Home button once the image you’d like to capture is displayed on your screen, followed by the Sleep button. The device touch display will then briefly flash white and you’ll hear a shutter sound, signaling that the screen capture was taken. Screenshot photo will be found in Camera Roll photos gallery.

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10 Ways to Keep Your Phone Safe

If you’re one of the 58 percent of Americans who own a smartphone, then you probably use it every day: In addition to making calls and sending texts, you might use it for directions, to post to social media, browse the Internet and shop. It’s those last few activities that can put your privacy most at risk. Cyber experts say the rapid adoption of smartphones into daily life – especially for shopping, which requires the exchange of payment information – leaves many people vulnerable to financial attacks. A 2013 Norton report found that 1 in 3 smartphone users have experienced some form of cybercrime. Protecting yourself doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming, but you should consider following these 10 steps: 1. When browsing or shopping on your phone (or computer), always look for “https” in the url instead of “http.” That indicates an added level of security, which should always appear ...

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iGO Primo Europe 2.5.2

iGO Primo app – powered by the same tried-and-trusted iGO Engine used in millions of GPS navigation devices around the world: faster & more reliable than ever before, with a set of new features for a more intelligent navigation. Only for jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Languages: English, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian. Countries covered: Andorra, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Vatican. Compatibility: From iOS 4.3 to iOS 7.x Can only be installed on jailbroken idevices. Don’t know how? Click on this tutorial. iGO Primo will not work on devices that do not have built-in GPS receivers, ...

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How to add Source/Repo to Cydia

Manually adding Sources/Repositories to Cydia: 1. Open Cydia and select Manage option on the lower menu bar. 2. Select Sources option and click Edit then Add on the upper menu bar. 3. In pop-up window type Source/Repo url correctly and click Add Source. 4. After source have been added click Return to Cydia then Done. 5. That’s it! Installing Sources to Cydia from menu: 1. Launch Cydia and sellect Home option on the lower menu bar. 2. Select More Package Sources option. 3. From the list of all the sources, choose the exact one that can be installed through Cydia. 4. Select Install in the upper right corner and click Confirm. 5. After installation select Return to Cydia and that’s it!

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