Couple of days back I jailbroke my iPad2 and I have been enjoying the power of jailbroken iOS device. Anyways, this is not about Jailbreaking but a small issue which I faced yesterday and I’m sure many other iPad users are facing the same issue.
I was playing some video on iPad video app and suddenly video apps froze and since then, when ever I open iPad video app, it was showing blank page. I can’t go back to video library. I tried hard resetting my iPad and restoring to earlier version but it didn’t helped.
Here is one quick work around which worked for me to fix frozen iPad video apps issue and I believe it might work for you too.
Go to spotlight search and search for any existing video by typing the name. Click on video and it will start playing again and your frozen iPad video app issue will be solved within seconds.
Do let us know if this helped you to fix your iPad video app problem or you still facing the same issue?
If you recently tried updating your iPhone or any other iOS device to Apple’s iOS 5 Beta 1 it’s quite possible you might have run into the iTunes error 3002. So, here’s a simple solution on how to fix this error and successfully install iOS 5.0 on your iPhone.
A lot of iTunes users have been recently getting errors like “iTunes was unable to load data class information from sync services” or “iTunes was unable to load provider data from sync services” when they connect their iPhone to iTunes on Mac or Windows computer. Most users, like me, see this error after they have installed Xcode 4 from the App Store. Here’s the fix that worked for me.
A lot of users have asked us in the CAG help forum to help with the iTunes error “iTunes cannot read the contents of the iPhone. Go to the Summary tab in iPhone preferences and click Restore to restore this iPhone to factory settings.” No matter how many times you restore it doesn’t help. Here’s a simple fix to get rid of this error.
Yesterday, I was trying to access internet on my laptop running Windows Vista through iPhone. On earlier occasions iPhone’s Internet Tethering worked easily with Mac OS X and Windows XP but it was not working on Windows Vista. Here’s what finally worked for me.
I use Nokia OVI Suite with my Nokia phone to transfer media as well as send/receive text messages through my computer. Recently I had an unusual problem regarding Nokia OVI Suite.
When I used the cable to plug my phone into my computer, it was recognized as an external device by Windows however Nokia OVI Suite did not detect the phone.
After numerous attempts in which I unplugged and then plugged the phone and hoped the problem to automatically solve itself, I Google’d for answers. The only ‘solution’ I found was to reinstall the Nokia Cable Drivers. If you are facing the same problem, then let me save your time by telling you that simply reinstalling these drivers will not solve the problem at all.
If your Nokia phone is not being detected by the OVI or PC Suite software while being detected by your Windows OS, then follow these steps to solve the problem. I have learned that these 12 steps are the only solution to the problem.
1. Unplug the phone from your computer.
2. Uninstall all Nokia related applications. These applications include Nokia OVI / PC Suite, Nokia Cable Drivers, and PC Connectivity solution.
3. Restart your computer.
4. This step is necessary only in a few cases. If you do not have one already, install a registry cleaning application. My recommendation is CCleaner along with Registry Mechanic. Clean your registry using these applications.
5. Restart your computer.
6. Install Nokia OVI Suite or PC Suite, whichever is your preference. Make sure that you have the latest setup file.
7. Download the Nokia Cable Drivers setup files from your region’s official Nokia website.
8. Install the Nokia Cable Drivers setup file.
9. Restart your computer.
10. Plug in your phone and wait while its drivers are installed by Windows.
11. Restart your computer.
12. Run Nokia OVI / PC Suite. Your phone will now be detected by the application.
I know a lot of Restarts are involved. But patiently follow the steps exactly and you would have solved the problem.
Few days back I told you about latest iTunes 9.1 and yesterday when I was connecting my iPhone to iTunes, it was not recognizing my iPhone 3GS 32 Gb. For an instance I find it big issue for me as I was stuck nowhere.
Here is the simple solution to this problem:
Restart your iPhone and Reconnect Else
Restart your iTunes and connect Else
Restart your Laptop/PC
In my case last one worked and I’m sure it will help you, if you find yourself in such issue.