Ugh, I have to install iTunes so I can activate this old iPhone 3GS. Wish I had a Steady State like back in the XP days on my Windows 8.1 system. Shoulda fired up a VM instead maybe. I’ll probably never get this thing fully uninstalled.
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I’m in Resistance. I first played this when I had my invite and was using my Samsung Galaxy S2. I never really got into it, but maybe I’ll put some effort into it and see how it goes.
Read More Ingress is on iPhone
Got a call that there was a problem viewing emails with attached PDFs today. PDFs were getting mangled up when viewing them on the iPhone (iOS 7.1 and 7.1.1). Did some general testing on the MS Exchange server (2003, btw) and disabled A/V, Firewall and some other things to make sure it wasn’t causing the problem. Outlook and OWA were able to open the PDF without issue so it was targeted at iOS devices it seemed.
Read More Workaround: Trouble Viewing PDF Attachments in iOS 7.1 with Exchange Account
Apple has a few tools to help aid in managing iPhones in the enterprise environment. From configuring VPN profiles, eMail accounts, wireless network configurations and ActiveSync. You can download the iPCU (iPhone Configuration Utility) from Apple’s website: http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/enterprise/ Enterprise iOS Enterprise Deployment Resources How to integrate iOS devices with your enterprise systems, including mail, calendaring…
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So I was grandfathered into AT&T unlimited data plan and was excited I still had it even though they changed their data plans… sadly, its not still truly unlimited. Since I’m over my 3GB as of today, here’s a speedtest. I’ll compare results after the 4th when my new billing cycle starts.
Read More AT&T unlimited, limited, data plan.
Cacti mobile browser for android. Direct link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.fabworxs.cactiviewer
Read More Mobile App: Check out CactiViewer