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  1. Does anyone know the name of that Mac SSH app that has a trash truck for the icon if so where do I get it and how do I get it for free?
  2. Apple has formally changed the name of its desktop operating system, moving from OS X to macOS with its latest release, Sierra. macOS Sierra features a major focus on Continuity iCloud, and Mac experiences. One of the key new features with Sierra is Auto-lock, which allows you to automatically unlock your macOS computer if your Apple Watch is on your wrist. There's also the new universal clipboard, a shared clipboard between macOS and iOS that allows you to easily share text, images, and video between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Siri will also be coming to Mac desktops for the first time, and Safari will get picture-in-picture support. There are also changes coming to iCloud Drive. Your desktop folder and files will now be visible on other Macs and iOS devices. macOS will optimize storage in concert with iCloud Drive, moving your older documents from your hard drive to the cloud. This includes full-resolution photos and movies. It will also automatically delete your trash, old mail attachments, and more if your want. Apple will also be moving the free storage in iCloud Drive from 20GB to 150GB when you use optimized storage. One other major feature coming in macOS Sierra is Apple Pay for the web, which allows you to tap an Apple Pay button on a website, then authenticate the payment on your Apple Watch or with Touch ID on your iPhone. macOS will launch in developer preview later today, withe a public beta coming in July. The update will support every Mac from 2010 onward.
  3. I work with an iMac intel (early 2008) and a G5 PowerPC. My principal activity is graphism but i do video and photo too. Since 10 years. I have often heard this advice : If your system works well do not recent update. Waiting to be sure that all of your software are compatible, all the (very many video) codecs and your camera also. Yosemite was very long to works fine and Finalcut Pro X is not compatible with computers few years old… To find FCP 7 is not easy… With Mavericks we can t use After Effect… Encore gets lots of problems … One of my friends was happy To install Capitan. Two days after she notes macbook doesn t recognize his cam… The exemples are very many… (fortunatly i was keeping iDVD, iPhotos and i stay in Yosemite) When i ll be rich i ll try new Os but with a new MacPro… Apple seem changed regard to our job. Hardware like software… the R&D forgets us and some pros switch to Windows or Linux. Don't forget: if your system works fine keep it. thanks for your time ?
  4. A new OS X extension from Hasbrang Productions, the prominent jailbreak community development team, makes it easy to open and switch a new Terminal window to the current working directory, right from the Finder’s contextual menu. Available at no charge on the Mac App Store, the aptly named TermHere installs itself as a Finder file extension, readily accessible from the right-click menu. It works as advertised and is pretty convenient, more so if you use Terminal frequently. Installing TermHere After downloading the app from the Mac App Store, make sure that TermHere is enabled in the Extensions preferences: go to System Preferences → Extensions, click Finder in the lefthand column and then tick the checkbox next to “TermHere Finder Extension”. Convenient Terminal shortcut You can now navigate to any folder in the Finder and quickly open a new Terminal window with the working directory automatically set to that folder: just right-click inside the current Finder window, then select New Terminal Here from the contextual menu. You can also select a folder in the Finder and then right-click. Either way, a Terminal window opens with the working directory set to the selected folder. The extensions is available even if you right-click the files inside an app bundle or other Finder bundles. If you select multiple directories, each one will be opened in its own tab. If you select one or more files, the directory that contains the item(s) will be used instead. It’s a pretty straightforward app that will save you some typing in Terminal, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that it’s provided at no charge. Developers in particular will find that jumping from a Finder window to a Terminal window in the same directory is a breeze with TermHere. Or use Terminal’s drag and drop Changing the working directory of a Terminal window can be manually accomplished by typing the “cd ” command (with the space included) and then dropping any folder on the Finder window, which’ll automatically add the full file path to the command. Wrapping it up If you don’t use Terminal, you can set TermHere to use any other command-line app on your computer, like iTerm2. Some apps like Cathode and MacTerm do not support being opened by other apps and as such won’t work with TermHere. Pricing and availability TermHere requires an Intel-based Mac with a 64-bit Intel processor and OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later. The app is currently English-only. Download TermHere at no charge from the Mac App Store. To acknowledge the developer’s work, you can say thanks by sending a one-time $4.99 donation to them through the In-App Purchase mechanism.
  5. Apple on Friday confirmed to iMore that a very small number of users have reported seeing issues with iTunes removing their locally-stored music library. The company has yet to be able to reproduce the error, but plans to release an update to iTunes next week in hopes of fixing this issue and reducing customer confusion. A spokesperson for Apple said: In an extremely small number of cases users have reported that music files saved on their computer were removed without their permission. We're taking these reports seriously as we know how important music is to our customers and our teams are focused on identifying the cause. We have not been able to reproduce this issue, however, we're releasing an update to iTunes early next week which includes additional safeguards. If a user experiences this issue they should contact AppleCare. I'll note that because Apple has yet to reproduce the issue, we still don't know for sure what caused this mass deletion — whether it's a bug with iTunes or elsewhere. Regardless, this is not deliberate behavior on the part of Apple Music or the company, and I'm glad to see the company reaching out to affected users; I'm also hopeful that the forthcoming iTunes update will also address accidental music deletion from a primary music library by changing the wording on the download removal dialog box, or another similar step. iTunes and Apple Music are far from perfect, and any steps the company takes to improve the software and service are welcome ones.
  6. WhatsApp on Tuesday launched a native desktop app for Mac and Windows computers. The Facebook-owned messaging service says the app provides a “new way to stay in touch anytime and anywhere – whether on your phone or computer at home or work.” To download the new desktop version of WhatsApp, visit from your desktop browser. Then, open the app and scan the QR code using the WhatsApp app on your smartphone (be sure to look for WhatsApp Web menu under Settings). WhatsApp is one of the largest cross-platform messaging services in the world. In February, Facebook announced that it is now seeing 1 billion active users per month. And in April, the company introduced end-to-end encryption for increased security and privacy. Source: WhatsApp
  7. Maybe you didn't know but your Mac is tracking all your downloads. I don't like that so here is the way how to delete those logs and how to export it to .txt file. 1. Launch Terminal and type: sqlite3 ~/Library/Preferences/* 'select LSQuarantineDataURLString from LSQuarantineEvent' 2. Hit Return and you'll see the list of downloaded files. Depending on how much stuff you have downloaded, it can take a while to query/dump the results. 3. For the easier look you can export the list into a text file with command: sqlite3 ~/Library/Preferences/* 'select LSQuarantineDataURLString from LSQuarantineEvent' > ~/Desktop/QuarantineEventList.txt 4. If you want to delete the list, in Terminal type: sqlite3 ~/Library/Preferences/* 'delete from LSQuarantineEvent' 5. Now you can run the 1st command again just to check if its deleted. For my needs, I've created an app in Automator app and scheduled my Calendar to run the app once everyday so that log stays neat and clean. Let me know if you want to learn how to create the app.
  8. First of all, do not attempt this if you are on iOS 8.1.2 and jailbroken. This is only for people forced to be on iOS 8.1.3, with no jailbreak available. iOS 8.2 betas do not expire, are still being signed by Apple for updates/restores, and a developer account/certificate is not necessary, unless you click "restore" in iTunes instead of "update". The PPghost tool for mac will jailbreak iOS 8.2b2 without any modification to the binary whatsoever. 1. First, download the appropriate iOS 8.2beta2 IPSW for your device. (the site should have what you're looking for, or you can always google) 2. Make sure that you are on iOS 8.1.3 and that the device is fully activated. 3. Open iTunes, and backup & sync the device (just in case anything goes wrong, which it shouldn't). 4. Once the backup/sync is complete, hold the option key (might be the shift, cmd or ctrl key, just try & cancel until you get the pop-up window to pick the IPSW, but I'm pretty sure it's the option key) & press the "update" button & choose your 8.2b2 IPSW (DO NOT USE THE RESTORE BUTTON OR YOUR ACTIVATION WILL BE LOST & iOS 8.2b2 WILL NOT ACTIVATE. BE SURE YOU USE THE "UPDATE" BUTTON). 5. Once the update to 8.2b2 is complete you should be activated and ready for use. You should now be able to restore your backup and sync your content back, if necessary, but using the "update" button you should not need to sync/restore your backup. 6. Next open the PPghost jailbreak tool and press the jailbreak button (download the tool from here & sorry but it's in Chinese) Once complete, you should be fully activated on iOS 8.2b2 with the nice jailbreak we all love! AGAIN, DO NOT DO THIS IF YOU ARE ALREADY JAILBROKEN ON A STABLE RELEASE. YOU'RE NOT MISSING ANYTHING, TRUST ME!! Consider yourself warned. This should be good until the next public jailbreak is released, but remember, Apple could stop signing (disallowing restores/updates to) the earlier betas at any point. Good luck, and have a great day!
  9. I figured I'd do something different when it came to theming and having a document to show users how to set up the theme. I know a lot of users don't know how to use iFile yet alone know how to navigate through the file system like most people like myself know how to do. But anyways back to my problem I have my PreferenceBundle complied and installed on my phone but nothing is showing up when I open the setting. Here is my code: #import "InnerCircleListController.h" @implementation InnerCircleListController - (id)specifiers { if (_specifiers == nil) { _specifiers = [[self loadSpecifiersFromPlistName:@"InnerCirlcle" target:self] retain]; } return _specifiers; } -(void)respring { system("killall -9 SpringBoard"); } -(void)apply { UIAlertView *alert1 = [[UIAlertView alloc]initWithTitle:@"About Me!" message:@"I'm married with a 1yr old son & step-daughter who both loves me to death. I enjoy creating stuff, my slogan is We make things happen!" delegate:self cancelButtonTitle:@"Thanks" otherButtonTitles:nil]; [alert1 show]; } - (void)twitter { [[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""]]; } - (void)facebook { [[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""]]; } @end I'm on iOS 6.1.6 with a 3GS
  10. Hi Guys, I'm wondering if somebody could help me at all as i am really struggling, I have an iPhone 5 thats jailbroken with Pangu, when i plug it in my macbook detects it in iTunes but i am unable to click on the phone (it is a light grey colour, like it is greyed out) when i try & quit iTunes it freezes (coloured wheel) until i remove the USB, i have tried uninstalling & reinstalling iTunes but still no luck, I am unable to re-jailbreak my phone, it picks it up in the Pangu app but when i pressed "got it" it then just sits on "start jailbreak..." at the top & "Jailbreaking...." at the bottom but no progress is made, I am unable to update the iPhone software through iTunes or OTA, I am at a loss totally, Can somebody help? Thanks
  11. Let's see....Where do I start... I've tried the Mac route....No luck in any successful root using Mac OS X. With that being said, I have done the following. I have virtually booted my Mac OS X to simultaneously boot into Windows XP SP3 Home Edition using VMWare Fusion Professional Version 5.0.3 (1040386). I went to this link here ( after deleting all Samsung drivers from previous tries and restarted windows ) and installed the driver on the Windows XP Virtual Machine. (25.32MB) I then went and downloaded two versions of Odin. Version 1.87 and Version 3.07. I also downloaded Heimdall Suite V 1.4.0 I essentially followed the steps in this Youtube video by qbking77. How to Root the Samsung Epic 4G on FC09 - Latest With everything said and done, my phone isn't recognized in Odin or Heimdall. However, it's recognized in normal mode. It obviously doesn't root like that. I put my phone in download mode, plug it in. Let it sit for at least 5 minutes even though it technically should be less than a minute for the USB detection to come up. It doesn't detect anything at all. I've used 3 other cables. I've double checked the settings with VMware Fusion for the USB Configuration. Essentially, when I have XP running, anything that is plugged in via USB will automatically connect to XP rather than OS X. Any help on this would be great! Thanks in advance.
  12. Step 1. Choose the drive with files you'd like to see. Step 2. Scan drive. Step 3. Visualize whats on your drive. Step 4. Locate your files. (Example of all my IPSW files and where they are) Step 5. Manage your files. Windirstat info: Download: WANT A VERSION FOR MAC? Disk Inventory X or GrandPerspective WANT A VERSION FOR LINUX? KDirStat