I have been using the iPhone Analytics App available via the iTunes App Store for quite some time. It allows you to view all of the sites you have configured in Google Analytics in a very clean interface on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Recently when logging in I have been getting an error that my username and password are incorrect. The issue appears to be that Google recently modified the way others can access the web analytics data and have now provided a new API so the developers have mentioned that they are completely rewriting the application and will launch a new version in 2 to 3 weeks. The developers also have offered a refund to anyone asking though I would suggest everyone to hold on as they are being up front and they have the best Google Analytics application for the iPhone.
I recently got into some trouble while playing around with my iPod Touch 2G in which I thought the device was bricked. It was not recognized when plugged into the USB port on a Windows XP computer and it appeared no matter what I did it was not able to power on. When restoring some firmware onto the iPod Touch 2G the device never came back from a reboot. Even worse yet was the fact that the power button was not fully operational so I was never sure if I was actually getting the correct button press to put the device into DFU mode. Below are some tips that could assist you to recover the device from this step.
I decided to erase the contents of my iPhone by going to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Contents and Settings. Unfortunately, my power cable was loose and it lost power in the middle of the erasing. After that, I tried hard resetting (holding down Home button and pressing the power key for…
Over the past couple months there have been numerous UPC bar code scanners available for install on your iPhone via the iTunes app store all of which seem to not function so well. Recently I noticed a UPC bar code scanner titled Red Laser that blows all of the competition out of the water and functions really well.
The UPC bar code scanner applications for the iPhone all have the same similar features which include launching the application, clicking the scan UPC code button, focusing with the camera on a UPC bar code, waiting for it to register, and then viewing results. The results of the various applications differs however many use Google Products or Amazon to provide pricing of the product you have scanned the UPC bar code on.
We wrote an article recently about restoring your iPhone to the original settings by restoring the firmware on the iPhone and then backing up your settings. Sometimes simply resetting the iPhone settings will resolve conflicts or functionality you may have lost because of a setting that was changed. There may also be cases where you need to reset the iPhone network settings which can be completed from the same location. Follow the directions below to factory default the settings on your iPhone or to factory default the network settings only.