Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Cannot connect to YouTube using iPhone

Posted: August 13, 2010 in Mobile
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Do you guys also get the ”Cannot connect to YouTube” error on your iPhone when using the provided YouTube application?

If yes follow the steps below to get it fixed.

1. Open Cydia from your spring board.

2. Press on the Manage tab in the bottom.

 

3. Press on Sources, then on Edit and press again on Add to add a new source.

4. Type the URL http://apt.iphonemodding.com and press on Add Source button.

5. Now find the iPhoneModding item and press on the triangle ‘>’.

6. Scroll down and find the “Push Fix” item and press on it.

7. Press Install to get Push Fix installed on your iPhone.

8. After pressing confirm on the confirmation screen the application will get installed on your iPhone.

9. After a complete restart you will be able to use YouTube application within your iPhone.

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iPhone 4

Posted: June 10, 2010 in Mobile
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If you are a iPhone lover then your next dream is in stores.

Apple had released iPhone 4 with many improvements.

Go and have look into it at Apple.

iPhone / iPod Not Shown in iTunes

Posted: September 4, 2009 in Mobile
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Is your iPhone or iPod not getting detected by iTunes?
If yes here is the way to get your device back to the iTunes.
 
iTunes is using two background services (Apple Mobile Device Service and iPod Service) while it is running. These services will be watching your USB ports and if an iPhone or iPod is connected they will detect those.
If your device is not getting detected first thing you need to do is to check the service statuses. It is always good to stop and restart the services using the Services in your machine.
To check the statuses first making sure iTunes is closed and your device is disconnected from USB ports then go to Start -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.
There you will find Apple Mobile Device Service and iPod Service.
Right click on each service and Restart (Better to Stop and Start) them.

Then start iTunes and connect your iPhone or iPod and the device will get detected again in iTunes.
 
If this fails you need to restart your machine and check again and if that also fails better try reinstalling iTunes with the latest version from Apple.