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How to Delete Bluetooth Devices from the iPhone

Once paired with the iPhone, Bluetooth devices are remembered for future use, even after they are disconnected. In some cases, a long list of Bluetooth devices can be confusing, especially if some are duplicates or will never be used again. Removing paired Bluetooth devices from the iPhone can solve this problem.

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Once removed, a device will need to be re-paired from the beginning in order to be used again. To begin the process of removing a Bluetooth device from iOS 7, first navigate to Settings -> Bluetooth. Bluetooth must be switched ON for the list of paired devices to be displayed.

How to Create an Apple ID with No Credit Card

Creating a new Apple ID no longer requires a credit card to be linked to the account. For those who are only interested in accessing free content, skipping the credit card entry can save some hassle. It can also be a good to way to prevent any spending on a device. Without a payment method linked to the Apple ID, purchasing any items that cost money will be impossible.

Apple ID no credit card how to

There is a trick to creating an Apple ID without a credit card. The process must begin in the App Store on an iOS device or in iTunes. First, make sure you are not logged in using an existing Apple ID. Sign out if necessary then open the App Store to follow these steps:

How to Create Contact Groups on the iPhone

Organizing contacts into groups can help to locate specific contacts faster with iOS. Unfortunately, the stock iOS Contacts app does not have built-in support for creating new contact groups. While existing groups can be accessed directly from iOS, new groups must be created and populated with contacts by using iCloud.

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This process will only work if iCloud is enabled to sync with the iPhone under Settings -> iCloud -> Contacts. To begin, access the iCloud website at iCloud.com and sign in using the same Apple ID and password that is connected to your iOS device. Once logged in follow these steps:

How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.x with Pangu on Mac OS X

Mac users can now join in on iOS 7.1.x jailbreak fun. Pangu 1.1 has been released, adding a Mac OS X version along with several improvements. The update removes references to PPSync and the Chinese pirate app store, and adds English to the user interface.

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Pangu is compatible with all iPhones going back to the iPhone 4, all iPads except for the original model, and the iPod touch 5G running iOS 7.1 or iOS 7.1.1. OS X users can jailbreak iOS devices untethered using the Mac version of Pangu 1.1 in just a few minutes. Here are complete instructions on jailbreaking iOS 7.1.1 on a Mac:

How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.x with Pangu 1.1 on Windows

Pangu received an update to version 1.1, bringing an English interface and other improvements to the jailbreaking tool. In addition to the new Windows software, a version of Pangu 1.1 for Mac OS X was also released.

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Jailbreaking iOS 7.1.x untethered is now a simplified process thanks to Pangu. The update also removes references to PPSync and the pirated app store that were initially included in Pangu 1.0. Pangu is compatible with iPhones going back to the iPhone 4, all iPads except for the original model, and the iPod touch 5G. Here are instructions on how to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x with Pangu 1.1 on Windows:

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