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Ah yes, Teletext! I always wished for something that cool back in the day...
LOL! My apologies. I'll go sit in the corner now
6. Interface I have a first-generation AppleTV (no airplay!) and a 360 and way prefer the AppleTV. The xbox is fine for gaming, but the media interface is horrendous. Not only is it ugly, but it takes so many clicks to drill down to what you want, if you can even do want you want... I can queue an album if I scroll through them all, but if I first select by genre then by artist/album, I have to queue up each song individually or create a playlist. That's just stupid. If...
That went well. I downloaded it just to see what I could do and got what appeared to be an embedded webpage saying, "Well, that shouldn't have happened..." Nice.
I'm not really sure what the point of this app is. I haven't seen much in the way of xbox-live content that isn't available (without a Live subscription) in iOS-native applications. I was hoping this would allow me to control and play streamed content through the XBOX, but that apparently requires the Windows Phone version of the XBOX application. Sigh... Then again, I suppose Microsoft should be praised for releasing an iOS application that interfaces at all with their...
I have this problem quite frequently on my 1st-gen ATV and the solution is the same. I have VNC on my iPhone and run the built-in VNC server on my Mac Mini upstairs so I can remote in on my phone and restart iTunes.300% agree. Just wait until this goes through...
Try the full package instead of downloading them individually under the 'manual' section of the page. Those versions will open a new page (so if you've already got eight open, you'll lose the oldest one), but the page will then close so you won't have an orphaned page.
It would, yeah - but sometimes I do want to connect to the network, and as the SID is not broadcast, it'd be a pain to set up on-the-fly. This is a nice solution that doesn't require jailbreaking, but I still miss the slide-to-SBSettings feature I used to have...
This isn't a hack - compare these URLs to those that take you directly into a section of the iTunes store. These work the same, only they take you to a specific settings area with far less clicking.Exactly why I like to turn WiFi on and off. When I get to my office, our company WiFi blocks access to parts of the Internet (and requires me to sign on to VPN to access anything), so I like to switch over to 3G. Then when I get home, I want to be back on WiFi. Likewise in the...
Sooooo completely concur. I've had my phone jailbroken until iOS5 (just haven't gotten around to it since the update) almost entirely because of SBSettings allowing quick access to toggle WiFi and adjust brightness (amongst other goodies). This may let me avoid jailbreaking again!
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