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How to Jailbreak and Unlock iOS 4.2.1 on iPhone 4 using Greenpois0n [Mac]

This guide will help you perform an iOS 4.2.1 untethered jailbreak on your iPhone 4 and also unlock it if required. We will be using Greenpois0n's latest release to jailbreak iPhone 4 using a Mac computer. Please note that Unlock is only available to iPhone 4's at baseband version 1.59.00 What Files do you need? Greenpois0n - Link iOS 4.2.1 firmware file for iPhone 4 - Link iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak [...]

How to Update iPhone 4 to iOS 4.2.1 Safely Without Upgrading Baseband

This tutorial will show you show how to update iPhone 4 to iOS 4.2.1 without upgrading your baseband. This method will preserve iPhone 4's baseband at 1.59.00 so you don't lose your software unlock using Ultrasn0w in case you don't have a factory unlocked iPhone. If you have a factory unlocked iPhone 4 you don't need to worry about your baseband since your iPhone will always stay unlocked. In case [...]

AirPrint for Dummies: How to Use AirPrint on iPhone

This guide will show you how to use AirPrint on iPhone or any other iOS device. AirPrint was introduced by Apple in iOS 4.2 to allow wireless printing from iOS devices using compatible printers. You can print photos, documents, emails, attachments among other things right from your iPhone. The best part about AirPrint is that you don't have to worry about any drivers or cables. There are absolutely no settings [...]

How to Add Locations to iPhone Calender Event

Well if you are an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch user and wondering that how to view your calendar event location on iDevice mapping app then today’s post is worth a read for you. If you happen to be a tech savvy traveler then clicking on your calendar and pulling up Maps showing the event location will indeed be very helpful for you.

After Gmail, Hotmail Rolls Out New Alias Feature

Back in November Hotmail came up with a new feature of managing multiple email accounts and today Hotmail added a new email Alias feature. This feature will help you to create, read, reply to mulitple email from single inbox that is no need to log-in to all the email accounts. The good part about the new alias feature is that now you can create a totally different email address that [...]

5 Free and Addictive Games in Mac App Store

Mac App Store is having lots of applications which includes both paid and free apps. Few days back we have shared with you free productive apps for Mac and today I am sharing with you few free games from Mac App Store which you will love to play. Here are 5 free games from Mac App Store: Vroom Vroom: If you like racing games then you will like Vroom Vroom [...]

GetGlue: A Social Networking Based iPhone/iPad App

GetGlue for iDevices is basically a social networking based App where users can tell their friends about what they are reading, watching, playing or in some instances thinking about. Just like Foursquare and Gowalla, GetGlue enable users to check that what their Friend’s are upto anytime, moreover users can also leave any kind of a review on any activity that a friend has mentioned and resultantly people can like your [...]

5 Apps To Improve Your Driving Experience

This is a guest post by Hal who is a freelancer writer for BenchMarkEmail. If you would  like to write for CallingAllGeeks, check our guest posting guidelines. Ah, driving. For many of us, it’s a necessity and not a choice, and even more so, a royal pain. Thankfully, the app gnomes have been working overtime to improve the very experience of getting behind the wheel. There may be thousands of [...]

Download Honeycomb for Nook Color Now

Few days ago I shared about the not so expensive e-book reader, the Nook Color, being cracked to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb. A developer from the famous XDA-Developers tried with the NookColor and was successful in porting Android Honeycomb to the device. Although the port wasn't that successful, but the developer promised that he would work on the issues and try to sort it out and give out the build [...]

Control Your iPhone via Voice Commands Using VoiceActivator

Isn't it too bad that devices running on the Android OS can enjoy voice based commands on the entire operating system? The voice search tool for the Android OS can literally search anything on the web, your phone, call contacts, give commands and complete a lot of other operations. The Apple iOS lacked this feature, although there is a voice command feature for the iPhone and the iPod Touch, these [...]