DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. Normally people access DFU mode on their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch is to change the firmware on their device. DFU mode is not the same as Recovery Mode. DFU mode bypasses the current OS installed and allows you to upgrade, downgrade your OS or jailbreak.
Here are the simple steps to show you how to enter DFU Mode in iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: Continue reading
If you have recently Purchased new Apple ipad 2, i’m sure you will facing a problem on how to insert micro-SIM card to your new ipad2.
Here i going to show you how to do it. Just follow the below steps:
- Place the iPad 2 face down on a soft surface.
- Locate the SIM eject tool that came with your iPad 2 or alternatively you could use paper clip
- Insert the SIM eject tool into the hold in the SIM tray.
- Push firmly and push the SIM eject tool straight in until the tray pop out.
- Press firmly and push the tool straight in until the tray pops out
- Pull out the SIM tray to remove or install the micro-SIM card from the tray.
If you have another tips and trick on ipad2, please share with me via leaving your comment here. 🙂
If you suspect your Mac machine might have a hardware failure, you can use the bundled Apple Hardware Test that came with your Mac to do a diagnostics.
Apple Hardware Test is a diagnostic tool for detecting issues with your computer’s internal hardware components such as the logic board, memory, modem, video RAM, and Apple’s AirPort card. It does not check externally connected hardware components such as USB drives or Firewire devices; it does not check non-Apple devices such as PCI cards from other vendors.
Apple Hardware Test does not check your computer for issues with the Operating System (OS) or other software related issues such as application or extension conflicts. Continue reading