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Saturday, September 29, 2012

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How to install a game from PC to iPhone, iPod, iPad

Installation guide: (when you downloading files to your PC)

1. Download the ipa game file.
2. Install the game.

How to install the game on the iPhone, iPod, iPad

Internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, GPRS)
Jailbreaked device
Account in the App Store

Installed ITunes on your PC

Necessary steps to prepare your device:
1. Open Cydia
2. Go to Manage > Sources > Edit > Add > > Add Source (on iPad: Sources > Edit > Add)
3. Then go to Sections >
4. Select AppSync for 5.x+ (or OS 3.x+, or 4.x+ depending on your firmware)
5. Click Install > Confirm
6. Reboot your device

Necessary steps to install the game:
1. Download any game to your computer.
2. Double click it and it appears in iTunes > iTunes Software
3. Go to your device via iTunes > iPhone > Programs and check the game/app (or make sure that it is already checked)
4. Click Synchronize

How To Use Cydia, The other App Store

When you jailbreak your phone you get access to Cydia, the iOS app store that exists outside of Apple's reach.

There are a number of cool apps and tweaks available there, from apps that turns your phone into a WiFi hotspot to tools that let you completely customize your iPhone's interface.
It can be a little daunting at first, especially if you're only familiar with Apple's App Store. Here's a tour on how to install and uninstall apps from Cydia.

Fire up Cydia

Fire up Cydia

If you want to browse around, tap on "Sections"

If you want to browse around, tap on "Sections"

Let's find a new game

Let's find a new game

Abaia is a chess game. Let's give it a try

Abaia is a chess game. Let's give it a try

Here's the app info page. If we scroll down...

Here's the app info page. If we scroll down...

...we can read about the app. It sounds like a good one to us, so let's tap "Install"

...we can read about the app. It sounds like a good one to us, so let's tap "Install"

Tap "Confirm" to verify that you want to install it

Tap "Confirm" to verify that you want to install it

Cydia instantly starts installing the app

Cydia instantly starts installing the app

Tap the button that appears at the bottom once it's done

Tap the button that appears at the bottom once it's done

This returns us to Cydia, but we want to take that chess game for a test drive. Press the home button to get back to your apps

This returns us to Cydia, but we want to take that chess game for a test drive. Press the home button to get back to your apps

Tap Abaia to start it up

Tap Abaia to start it up

Boom! A chess app on your iPhone, totally outside of Apple's approval. But what if we want to uninstall it now?

Boom! A chess app on your iPhone, totally outside of Apple's approval. But what if we want to uninstall it now?

Start Cydia back up, tap the "Manage" button at the bottom, and tap the "Packages" button on top

Start Cydia back up, tap the "Manage" button at the bottom, and tap the "Packages" button on top

This shows you a list of the jailbreak apps you have installed. We want to uninstall Abaia, so tap on it

This shows you a list of the jailbreak apps you have installed. We want to uninstall Abaia, so tap on it

Tap the "Modify" button in the top right corner

Tap the "Modify" button in the top right corner

Tap "Remove"

Tap "Remove"

Once again, confirm you want to do it

Once again, confirm you want to do it

Cydia runs through the uninstall process

Cydia runs through the uninstall process

When it finishes, return to Cydia and find your next app

When it finishes, return to Cydia and find your next app

Now that you know how to use Cydia...

Now that you know how to use Cydia...

Friday, September 28, 2012

Find My iPhone in action..

Bad boys, bad boys what you going to do when the cops get you... iPad Tracked to TSA Agent's Home

Bad Piggies Free no Bull Sh*t with Patch Enjoy for Windows, ISO and Android

P2P group THETA with a great release, they brought us the new game made by Rovio – creators of the Angry Birds franchise. Here’s the already popular and brand new Bad Piggies for PC. Played it on my Android phone and honestly it’s quite funny to play, only got passed the first few levels yet though. Enjoy guys!
Description: Create the ultimate machine and get the pigs safely to the eggs! The Bad Piggies are after the eggs again! Can you create the ultimate flying/driving/crawling machine and steer them safely to their destination? With your help and lots of creativity, a few basic pieces can turn into the most amazing transportation! Bad Piggies has more than 90 levels, plus free updates, so there’s no end to the crashing, driving, and flying fun! Use 33 different objects to explore the world with the most fantastic machines you can imagine!

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

AVG Antivirus Free 2013 download available

AVG Technologies today has released the annual update for their AVG Free Antivirus 2013 security application for Windows introducing new and improved features as well as a new user interface. AVG Anti-virus Free is one of the most popular free antivirus solutions for Windows PCs. It has grown in recent years from an application that was designed purely to protect the system from malicious software, to a program that does a lot more than just that. Critics say the program has become bloated because of that and there is certainly some truth to that when you look at the included modules:

  • Antivirus protection
  • Email Scanner
  • Linkscanner
  • Social Networking Protection
  • Do Not Track
  • Identity Protection
  • WiFi Guard

Good news is that you can disable several of the modules that you do not need during installation, so that they won’t be installed along with the core antivirus app. You can block the installation of the AVG gadget, personal e-mail scanner, identity protection and AVG Surf-Shield during installation.
Bad news that the installer contains offers to install AVG Secure Search as the default search provider and the AVG Security toolbar in supported web browsers. To avoid this, select custom install and make sure the items are unchecked before you proceed with a click on next.
First thing you will notice when you start the program is the new user interface that displays the protection status and links to core program features.
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You do find advertisement for the company’s own Antivirus 2013 and Internet Security scattered throughout the interface. About a fifths of the interface is reserved for ads that highlight some of the benefits of upgrading to one of the company’s commercial offerings. AVG thankfully included an option to hide that notification so that it does not get into your way all the time.
You will also find upgrade hints in various modules. The email scanner for instance highlights that spam protection is available in the commercial products on top of the email scanning of the free version.
So what is new in AVG Antivirus Free 2013?
We have previously mentioned that AVG Linkscanner has been discontinued and replaced by AVG Secure Search. The tool is available as a standalone download and also as part of the latest Antivirus free iteration. It is basically Linkscanner plus the AVG Security Toolbar, and – optional – changes to the browser’s default homepage and search provider. You can disable the inclusion by selecting the custom install option.
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WiFi Guard is another new feature, which according to AVG, “helps you avoid rogue Wifi access points used by hackers by alerting you when your PC tries to access such a network”. Windows may connect your PC to a wireless network that you have been connected to in the past if it has the same name, even though it may not be the same network. WiFi Guard will recognize this for you and display a notification so that you have time to disconnect from the network. This module has actually been included in AVG 2012 updates.
Do not track is another feature that AVG introduced in a 2012 lineup update. It informs AVG users about data collected by Internet sites. The feature collects information about ad networks, social buttons and web analytics that you come across on the Internet, giving you options to block some or all of the scripts from your browser to protect yourself from being tracked by the scripts.
AVG Antivirus Free 2012 includes the following additional changes and improvements:

  • Reduced footprint while running when compared to the 2012 release
  • Better detection algorithm
  • File reputation, a cloud based service that improves the program’s detection capabilities

The program is a bit heavy on the notification side of things. You can disable some or all notifications, e.g. scan finished, under Options > Advanced Settings. Here you can also disable the boot time improvement notifications that you may see on reboots or new starts of the system.
Here is a video that is announcing the new version and the thought process behind it.

AVG Antivirus Free 2013 is available as a web installer and offline installer. The web installer has a size of 4 Megabytes and will download the rest of the installation files from the Internet during installation. The offline installer is available as a 32-bit and 64-bit version, with a size of 118 Megabytes and 130 Megabytes respectively, that includes all components and does not require an Internet connection during installation. Both versions can be downloaded on this page.

AVG uses several processes while running. You need to enable Show processes from all users to display them all. Please note that you may have additional or less processes depending on the modules that you have installed with the program:

  • avgcsrva.exe – the core scanning module, server part
  • avgemca.exe – the email scanner
  • avgidsagent.exe – the identity protection service
  • avgnsa.exe – AVG online shield service and resident shield service
  • avgui.exe – user interface, only process running under the user account
  • avgwdsvc.exe – watchdog service

Closing Words

The new interface is definitely a step in the right direction, as are the options to block certain modules from being installed with the program. I’d highly suggest to use a custom install to remove all the security modules and offers that you do not want installed on your system.

Name Version Type Date Size
AVG for Windows
AVG Online Installer
2013.2677 exe September 18, 2012 4 MB
AVG for Windows (32bit)
2013.2677 exe September 18, 2012 114 MB
AVG for Windows (64bit)
2013.2677 exe September 18, 2012 125 MB


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iPhone 5 and iPhone 4 ISO 6 APN settings

How to Manually Set-Up APN Internet Settings on iPhone 5 / 4 iOS 6.0

 This article explains how to view or edit the Access Point Name (APN) for cellular data services on iPhone. This information applies only if your carrier allows editing the APN.

Step 1.Go to home page and tap Settings.
Step 2.Scroll down and tap General.
Step 3.Tap Cellular.

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Step 4.Tap Cellular Data Network. Make sure ‘Cellular Data’ is ON.
Step 5.Under Cellular Data, tap the APN field and type in the APN parameter, tap the user name and password fields and type in the the right parameters.

Type in “Internet” in the APN field and leave the Username and Password fields blank. Often this is the default parameter settings used by operators.

iOS: Editing APN settings using iPhone Configuration Utility


This article explains how to edit your cellular data settings using iPhone Configuration Utility.

Products Affected

iPad, iPhone

Cellular data settings determine how your iOS device accesses the carrier's cellular data network. This article explains how to edit your cellular data settings using iPhone Configuration Utility. This may be necessary if your carrier requires you to use a different APN from the default APN.
Learn about APN and cellular data settings before using iPhone Configuration utility to edit your APN. For additional information on configuration profiles and the iPhone Configuration Utility, visit iOS Enterprise Deployment Resources and the iPhone Enterprise Support site.
Note: Editing your APN can result in a loss of functionality or features and may result in additional charges. Do not edit the APN unless you are directed by your carrier or IT manager and you have been provided with the correct APN settings for your carrier and account provisioning.

Creating a new configuration profile

  1. Launch iPhone Configuration Utility and choose File > New Configuration Profile.
  2. Fill out the required details in the General section of the configuration profile:
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  3. Select the advanced settings section and enter the necessary Access Point Name (APN) details provided by your carrier. If these settings are incorrect, the device may be unable to access data using the cellular network.
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Installing a configuration profile

  1. Connect the device to a USB port on your computer and wait for the device to appear in the devices list in iPhone Configuration Utility.
  2. Select the device. Then click the Configuration Profiles tab.
  3. Select the configuration profile you're about to install from the list, and then click Install.
  4. On the device, tap Install to install the profile.
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Additional Information

You can view and remove an installed profile on the device in Settings > General > Profiles or in iPhone Configuration Utility by selecting the device and viewing the Configuration Profiles tab. A profile can be configured so that it cannot be removed by the user on the device. If the Remove button is missing, contact your administrator for assistance.
Note: Removing a configuration profile removes all policies and information (including contacts and mail accounts) associated with the profile.

Find more information on configuration profiles and the iPhone Configuration Utility.
Find more information about cellular data settings.

iPhone Configuration Utility go to:

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Want A Cheap Unlocked iPhone 5? Choose Verizon

The iPhone 5 as apple says is the most powerful smartphone ever and the best thing to have happened to the iPhone since it came out in 2007, With record selling and highly recommended by reviewers you might be thinking of getting one. Well if you are thinking to get an iPhone 5 on contract, Verizon is the best carrier you can buy with, yes the largest Wireless network across united states is providing the iPhone 5 in just 199$ and that too Unlocked.

The Verizon’s iPhone 5 comes out as unlocked from the box, and you can use it with other CDMA and GSM networks including its rival AT&T. Well after reading reading this, the first thing which will hit your mind is that why is Verizon being so nice to us all of a sudden? Maybe they’ll lock it later? Well to avoid that confusion, Verizon themselves have issued an official statement today that they will let their users switch to other carriers, and they are not gonna lock it again ever.

This is for the first time ever that Verizon is letting their iPhone users switch to other network without any unlock, and give an unlock iPhone 5 for the same price. The reason behind it is FCC, yes an order issued by FCC for using the 700 MHz spectrum which is being used in the iPhone 5 having LTE. So they don’t have any choice, either they sell it without locking it or they stop making the iPhone 5.

So folks, if you are thinking of buying the iPhone 5, Verizon should be the first and last choice to you, because in just 199$ you get an unlocked iPhone 5 with 4G LTE.

So about the contract???

NEW YORK (AP) — Verizon Wireless said Monday that it won't prevent its version of the iPhone 5 from being used on AT&T's network.

The Verizon version of the iPhone 5, which went on sale Friday, came with an unexpected feature: it works on the network of AT&T and many other phone companies, as well as on Verizon's.

It's the first time Verizon, the country's largest cellphone company, has sold a phone that works on competing U.S. networks with no complicated hacking, or "unlocking," procedures.

Last year, the first shipments of the Sprint iPhone 4S were unlocked and worked on AT&T, but Sprint later issued software updates that turned off that capability.

Verizon Wireless spokeswoman Brenda Raney said Monday that Verizon does not plan to relock the iPhone 5.

The feature may mean little initially to most buyers, since they sign up for two years of Verizon service when buying the phone. But it does give them the option to switch carriers when the contract expires, or they can sell the phone to someone who plans to use it on a competing network. They also have the option of breaking the contract, paying an early termination fee, and signing up for cheaper service —the Verizon iPhone 5 even works on prepaid service plans.

Verizon and Sprint do "unlock" other phones on request, but only for use on non-U.S. networks. They do so to let travelers save money by using local SIM cards and accounts when overseas.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Free AT&T iPhone unlock by AT&T

Request a device unlock for your iPhone

Requesting iPhone Unlock is now available online. Simply review the requirements and complete the information below to submit an iPhone Unlock request.
All requests for iPhone unlock must meet general iPhone unlock eligibility requirements before an iPhone can be unlocked.

General Eligibility Requirements for Unlocking iPhone

AT&T will unlock an iPhone under the following circumstances:
  • The person requesting the unlock is:
    • a current AT&T customer or
    • a former AT&T customer who can provide the phone number or account number for the account
  • The iPhone was designed for use on AT&T's network;
  • All contract obligations, including any term commitment, associated with the device to be unlocked have been fully satisfied; and
  • The iPhone has not been reported lost or stolen.

Additional Information about iPhone Unlocks

Current customers will be allowed five (5) unlocks per account, per year, so long as their account is in good standing with no past-due amount or unpaid balance and has been active for at least sixty (60) days.
Former customers will be allowed five (5) unlocks per former account so long as they owe AT&T no Early Termination Fee or other unpaid balance.
In addition, AT&T will unlock an iPhone for: (i) an active and deployed member of the military who is a current AT&T customer in good standing and is able to provide AT&T with deployment verification; and (ii) a person who purchased the iPhone from an authorized location at the "no commitment" price and can provide proof of purchase.

iPhone Unlock Requests

Requests may take up to 5 to 7 days to complete.
For additional information, refer to Apple's article about unlocking iPhone.
Important Note
AT&T reserves the right to deny any unlock request that it concludes would result in an abuse of this policy or is part of an effort to defraud AT&T or its customers. AT&T further reserves the right to alter this unlocking policy at its discretion without advance notice.

Request a device unlock for your iPhone

Saturday, September 22, 2012

iPhone 5 jailbroken

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It looks like Grant Paul, aka Chpwn, is in possession of a jailbroken iPhone 5.

We can’t really say much more, other than the fact that he posted a screenshot of Cydia running on the iPhone 5 a few moments ago. More details of the exciting news inside…
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This is awesome news, for this to 1). Come from a respected jailbreak dev, and 2). For it to come on the same day of the iPhone 5 release. It also means that there is hope for jailbreaking A5X devices on iOS 6 as well.
Also, I should mention, that if you’re running iOS 6 on an older A4 device, you can already jailbreak now.
Update: and here’s the Cydia home page.
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Looks nice, no? Again, thanks to Chpwn.

Friday, September 21, 2012

How to back up your iOS device in five minutes via iCloud


If you've invested in an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you probably keep some very important information on your device that you won't want to lose. What would happen to your files, photos, and everything else on your iOS device if it were lost, stolen, or severely damaged?
The best way to safeguard your Apple mobile device is to back up your data. With iOS, you have two simple options for backing up: Use iCloud or use iTunes. This article explains how to back up using iCloud.
iCloud is Apple's own cloud-based storage and backup solution. It comes included with your device, so it's free to use (for up to 5GB worth of data, as I'll explain in more detail below). You should be able to progress through the following instructions for backing up using iCloud in about five minutes. Below the step-by-step instructions, you'll also find a quick overview of how to restore your device using iCloud, should you need to. As well as that, I've included a list of things that do get backed up using this method, along with a list of things that don't.

How to back up iPhone and iPad using iCloud

  • Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup.
  • Under Backup, turn on the switch for iCloud Backup.
  • Go back one screen and turn on or off the data you want backed up from the selections. You'll notice that not all your apps appear here, only the pre-installed Apple apps. At this stage, you can consider yourself finished with the backup if don't want to back up anything else on your phone. If you're finished, skip ahead to the final step in this section (“Connect your iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi signal”). If you do want to back up more of your non-Apple apps, continue through the rest of the following steps.
  • Scroll all the way down to Storage & Backup, and tap it.
  • Choose the third choice shown, Manage Storage.
  • Under the heading Backups, select the entry for your phone. Mine is simply named "Jill's Phone." The resulting page may take a moment or two to load.
  • You should now be on a page called Info. Under the heading Backup Options, you'll see a list of the top five storage-using apps, plus another button labelled "Show All Apps." Press Show All Apps, and you can now choose which items you want to back up. You should back up apps that contain important information or files, as well as apps that you have taken a lot of time to customise. I personally wouldn't back up most apps that use a cloud service because all the app data you care about is already being hosted by the provider – not locally on your phone.

  • As you decide which of your apps you don't want to back up, toggle those to "off." A red button reading "Turn Off & Delete" will appear. If you click it, you'll still have the app and its data locally on your iPhone. All you're "deleting" is the data from iCloud's backup. At the bottom of the screen, you'll see how much space you have available. Apple gives you 5GB of iCloud storage free. Of course, if you want to back up more, you can pay Apple for extra storage space, starting at £14 a year for an additional 10GB.
  • Connect your iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi signal, plug it into a power outlet, and leave the screen locked (in other words, don't use the device). Your iPhone or iPad will automatically backup once a day when it meets these three conditions. You can also manually initiate a backup to iCloud by connecting your iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi signal, and selecting Back Up Now under Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup.

How to restore iPhone and iPad using iCloud

  • When launching a new (or newly wiped) iOS device, a Setup Assistant will automatically ask if you want to "Restore from iCloud Backup." Choose this option to restore your old iPhone or iPad's data, apps and settings.
  • Enter your iCloud username and password.
  • You'll see the three most recent backups to choose from. In most cases, you'll want the latest one.
  • From this point, the iPhone or iPad will pretty much do the rest. Enter passwords when prompted, and don't mess with your phone while that progress bar is still doing its thing. iCloud will restore your apps to the version you had rather than the most up-to-date version, unless the previously stored version is no longer available, in which case it defaults to the most recent.

What will be backed up

  • Music purchased through iTunes (but not in all countries).
  • Apps.
  • Books purchased through iTunes.
  • Photos in the Camera Roll.
  • Videos in the Camera Roll.
  • Notes in the Notes app.
  • Device settings (for example, Phone Favourites, Wallpaper, and Mail, Contacts, Calendar accounts).
  • App data.
  • Home screen and app organisation.
  • Messages (iMessage, SMS, and MMS).
  • Ringtones.

What won't be backed up

  • Media files synced from your computer aren't backed up, but can be restored by syncing with iTunes.
  • Apps, books, and music that have subsequently been removed from the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBookstore since you downloaded or purchased them

How to Use 3D Maps on the iPad or Phone

With the launch of iOS 6, iPad and iPhone users will now have the ability to view 3D maps on their devices. Curious how you can get in on this 3D mapping action? Then continue reading below for instructions on how to use 3D maps on the iPad and iPhone.

To clear up any misconceptions, you’re not going to be needing special glasses because this is not “Avatar throw your popcorn in the air” 3D. This 3D map mode provides three-dimensional renderings of things such as buildings and so on. It can be viewed “Standard” map mode or “Satellite” mode, which overlays aerial photography onto the 3D geometry.

Apple is dropping Google Maps as the mapping service that powers the Maps app and is instead rolling out their own mapping service. This has been made possible by Apple’s acquisition of multiple companies over the last several years. Let’s take a look at each of these companies annual reports. Not interested? Ok, let’s just focus on how to turn on 3D maps on your iPad or iPhone.
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You Will Need:
1. Open the Maps app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Navigate to whatever location you wish to view in 3D.
3. Touch the “3D” button in the bottom left of the screen to enable 3D. Once you are in 3D mode, you can switch to Satellite view just as you would in normal 2D maps by touching the “peeling paper” button in the bottom right of the screen and selecting “Satellite”.
4. To change the angle that you are viewing the 3D maps, swipe the screen up and down with 2 fingers.
5. To turn off 3D, simply touch “3D” again to go back to Standard view.

Note that not all locations will have 3D buildings available, but this will improve over time as Apple builds out the database.

How to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 6 in four steps

Apple's iOS 6, the next major update to the iPhone maker's mobile operating system, was unleashed yesterday evening.

Okay, so how do you get it?
First you need to make sure you have a compatible device in hand. iOS 6 will support the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and the new but as-yet-unavailable iPhone 5 (which will hit stores tomorrow), as well as the iPad 2, the new third-generation iPad, and the fourth-gen iPod Touch.

If your device isn't on this list, it won't be able to run iOS 6, and it might be time to consider upgrading to a new phone or tablet. Additionally, some of the devices that are supported won't get every single feature. For example, the iPhone 3GS won't have any of the new Siri features.
How to get iOS 6 in four easy steps

1. Update iTunes
If you haven't recently updated iTunes, take a moment to check whether you're running version 10.7.
Launch iTunes.
Go to Help > Check for Updates.
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You want to update iTunes if you use it to back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Backing up with iTunes has one very big advantage over backing up with iCloud: Space. With iCloud, you have 5GB of free space (with more available if you pay for it), but with iTunes and your own computer, you're likely to have a lot more room to save your phone or tablet data.

2. Back up your device
This step may be the single most important one to follow. Back up your stuff!
With the latest version of iTunes installed, you can go ahead and back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch using iTunes. To do this, connect your device to your computer and launch iTunes. Make sure iCloud is turned off on your iPhone or iPad. You can't create backups using iTunes when iCloud is enabled. Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup, and turn off the iCloud Backup switch.

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Then in iTunes, right click (or Ctrl-click) on your device, which appears in the leftmost pane under Devices, and select Back Up.
Alternatively, if you have enough space, back up using iCloud. Check out this article for full instructions on how to go about this.

3. Update to iOS 6
You can update to iOS 6 wirelessly, also known as over-the-air (OTA), which for most people with a good Wi-Fi connection will be the simplest method, but it could take much longer than the second method, which I'll explain afterwards.

On your device, go to:
Settings > General > Software Update
You'll see instructions there to download and install iOS 6.
Alternatively, you can update your software via iTunes. This is the method I used, and which I recommend.

Plug your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch into your computer with the USB cord and launch iTunes (if it doesn't open automatically). On the left side of iTunes, find your device, for example, "Jill's Phone," and click on it.
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In the centre of the screen, you'll see "Version" and a button "Check for Update." Click "Check for Update" (see the above screenshot).

A dialog box will tell you that a new software version is available. Select "Download and Update" or just "Download."

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