new iPhone 4s
chipp at altuit.com
Wed Oct 5 17:17:27 EDT 2011
A quicker way would to use a widget, something iOS does not support. As long as we're looking at workflow and use cases, here is the only way I know how to simply add a folder to my photos collection:
1. Dock my iPad/iPhone to my desktop computer
2. Wait for it to sync, and install an OS update (30-45 min)
2a. restart iDevice and hope it resumes correctly. If it doesn't (has happened to me on numerous occasions) wipe device and reinstall new iOS and sync again, while waving a dead chicken above the device for good pluck!
3. Use iTunes to create a folder for photos.
4. un dock and enjoy the new folder!
CEO, Shafer Walters Group, Inc
On Oct 5, 2011, at 11:34 AM, Colin Holgate <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:
> As an example if this, here's the standard built in way I've found to close a few apps (and please let me know if there is a quicker way!):
> iOS: double press the Home button, press and hold on any icon, then touch the X to close any of the apps you want to close.
> 1. Touch the Clock in the lower right.
> 2. In the popup that appears there are some sliders to the right. Touch those.
> 3. In the popup that appears, touch Settings at the bottom.
> 4. Touch Applications in the list on the left.
> 5. Touch Manage applications at the top of the list on the right.
> 6. In the next screen, touch Running on the right.
> 7. This next step can take a while, because it lists all of the processes running. Scroll through the list to find the app you want to close, and touch that.
> 8. There may be more than one sub process listed. Touch Stop for each one.
> 9. You're back at the previous list now, scroll until you find the next app you want to close. Touch Stop.
> 10. If greeted with a "Stop system service?" dialog, touch OK.
> 11. Repeat steps 9 and 10 for each of the other apps you want to close.
> I have installed "Advanced Task Killer", which does allow me to quickly close all the processes I want, but I'm only comparing the standard features here.
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