How to Turn Off (disable) Raise to Wake Function on iPhone

One of the most surprising new features introduced with iOS 10 is raise to wake. Borrowed from Apple Watch, the new function will make the iPhone detect when it is raised, be it from your pocket, table or another surface and turning on the screen by itself. Moreover, once you put the phone down the function will turn off the screen automatically.

Raise to wake is very useful when you want to quickly check the time on your iPhone or read new notifications on the fly. In fact, once you get used to it you’ll quickly forget about pressing the Home or Power button to wake your phone’s screen. Just pick up your iPhone and it’s good to go.

And yet the raise to wake function can easily turn into a nightmare. Basically the iPhone’s super sensors can not differentiate between an intentional or accidental movement which obviously could cause many problems. Many users complain of low battery life, which is not surprising because every time the screen is on means additional energy consumption.

So if you’re unhappy that your iPhone’s screen turns on and off automatically, follow the steps below to see how to safely turn off raise to wake function.

How to Turn Off Raise to Wake on iPhone

Please note that raise to wake function works only on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus basically Apple device’s equipped with M9 co-processor running iOS 10.

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone’s home screen;
  2. Now select Display & Brightness;
  3. By default, Raise to Wake feature is turned on. Click on the slider to turn it off;

Once successfully disabled the raise to wake function, lock the iPhone’s screen and move it without touching any buttons. You’ll notice that the screen does not wake, the behavior being identical to the older iPhone models.

Set Alarm for 6 AM on iPhone (No Hands)

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Are you one of those iPhone users who use Apple’s personal voice assistant Siri for setting an alarm by saying: “Set a 6 am alarm for tomorrow morning’? But, were you aware that you can ask Siri to set your alarm for more than just one day? Well, you can! You can set the alarm for weekdays only, or every day of the week; both of which are a whole lot quicker than manually setting an alarm in the Clock app and checking every individual day.

Use Siri for Setting an Alarm

  • Hold down the Home button to activate Siri. If you’ve already enabled Hey Siri on your iPhone you can activate it that way;
  • Now say: “Set an alarm for 6 am” Siri will immediately respond with: “OK, I set an alarm for 6 am starting tomorrow

Weekdays 6 am Alarm

  • Hold down the Home button to activate Siri; perhaps you’ve already enabled Hey Siri on your iPhone so you could activate it that way;
  • Now say: “Set an alarm for weekdays at 6 am” Siri will respond with: “Your alarm is set for 6 am, starting Monday”. Of course, if ‘tomorrow’ is a weekday, Siri might also say “starting tomorrow”;

If you want to check your alarms, open the Clock app and at the bottom of the screen tap on Alarms.

Siri will occasionally provide a hilarious response to your task. Actually, There are dozens of things you can say to Siri to evoke kickass answers.

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However, waking up to the awful sound of your iPhone’s default Radar ring tone is a terrible way to start a new day! Fortunately, going right back to iOS 6, users have been able to choose a song from their music library in order to set their iPhone alarm. With iOS 8, simply grab some great tunes from Apple Music and choose one of these for your alarm sound.

Use Favorite Song for Alarm

If you have a special song you’d like to use as your alarm, simply add this song to My Music in Apple Music.

Now that you have the song you’d like to wake up to, tap the triple-dot button located on the right then select Add to My Music.

Close Apple Music now that you’ve added your favorite song and open the Clock app. Working from the Alarm tab, either tap the plus button + to add a new alarm or tap Edit to edit an existing alarm.

Next, tap Sound on the Edit Alarm screen. Tap on Pick a Song: now you can either search for your song or find it via Albums, Artists, Songs, or another grouping.

Once you’ve located the song you’re looking for, make it your alarm sound by tapping the plus button +.

Finally, return to the Edit Alarm screen by tapping the Back button – then tap Save. Voilà! that terrible radar tone is gone, and now you can awaken to your favorite song!

What is Data Roaming on iPhone: Everything you Need to Know!

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As you go through the Settings app on your iPhone, have you seen the word “Cellular“? And also why “Data Roaming” and “Cellular Data” options are turned on? Are you still in shock at the roaming charges from your previous phone bills? If so, believe us when we tell you that you’re not alone. It seems that very few people really understand what ‘roaming’ means for today’s iPhone’s and we could all use some updated information. So let’s dive in and find out what Data Roaming means on your iPhone and how Cellular Data works; we’ll also offer some helpful advice to ensure you don’t get overcharged for data.

What is Cellular Data On iPhone? Should be On or Off?

When you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, Cellular Data connects your iPhone to the Internet. Your iPhone won’t be able to access the Internet when you’re out and about if Cellular Data hasn’t been turned on.

To locate Cellular Data on your iPhone, go to Settings – Cellular – Cellular Data. You’ll notice a switch to the right of Cellular Data: this allows you to turn Cellular Data on and off. Cellular Data is turned ‘On’ when the switch is green. Cellular Data is turned ‘Off’ when the switch is gray.

When Cellular Data Is Turned ‘On’ you’ll notice LTE in the upper left-hand corner of your iPhone when Cellular Data is turned on. In case you’re wondering, LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. Unless you’re using Wi-Fi, LTE is the fastest data connection available. All you’ll see in the upper left-hand corner of your iPhone when Cellular Data is turned off are the signal strength bars.

In our opinion, it’s a good idea for almost everyone to leave Cellular Data turned On. Most people are very busy, and when they’re out and about they expect to have easy access to social networks, their email, and the Internet. If Cellular Data was turned Off, then none of these would be accessible unless you were on Wi-Fi.

Of course it’s okay to turn Cellular Data off if you’re at home and don’t need the Internet, or you have a minuscule data plan. Keep in mind, though, that if you’re not connected to Wi-Fi and Cellular Data is turned off, you’ll only be able to use your iPhone for sending text messages and making phone calls – this does not include iMessages, which require data. Interestingly, almost everything we use our iPhone’s for today uses data!

Enabling LTE

So, let’s take a closer look at LTE. As previously mentioned, LTE stands for Long-Term Evolution and, today, when it comes to wireless data technology, LTE is the latest and greatest. In fact, in certain cases LTE can be faster than your Wi-Fi at home. If you want to check to see if your phone is using LTE, simply go to Settings – Cellular – Enable LTE.

  1. The ‘Off’ Setting – turns LTE off, forcing your phone to use a lower data connection – like 3G or 4G. You may want to turn LTE off if you’re on a small data plan and you’re trying to avoid excessive data charges;
  2. Data and Voice – as we mentioned previously, today’s iPhone’s require a data connection for most of what we do. Even our phone calls can use LTE to ensure that our voice sounds crystal-clear;
  3. Enabling Data Only – when you enable Data Only, it means you’re enabling LTE for your iPhone’s connection to the Internet, your email, and other apps; however, LTE is not enabled for voice calls. You’ll only enable Data Only if you’re experiencing difficulty making phone calls with LTE.

Is Your Data Plan Being Used for LTE Voice Calls?

The answer to this question is, surprisingly, no!. At this point in time, AT&T and Verizon are the only wireless carriers using LTE for phone calls, and neither count LTE voice as part of your data plan. We have heard that, in the very near future, T-Mobile will be adding voice over LTE (known as VoLTE) to its line-up.

Advanced Calling and HD Voice

Advanced Calling from Verizon and HD Voice from AT&T are just different names for what iPhone calls Voice LTE. The obvious difference between regular cellular phone calls and LTE Voice is quite staggering, and you’ll be instantly aware the first time you hear it.

Verizon’s Advanced Calling and AT&T’s HD Voice, which are both LTE Voice, are both so new that they haven’t yet been deployed nationwide. It’s also important to note that both callers must have new phones supporting voice calls over LTE for LTE Voice to work. If you’re interested in learning more about AT&T’s HD Voice and Verizon’s Advanced Calling, why not check out their websites?

Data Roaming on iPhone

Most iPhone users cringe when they hear the term ‘roaming’. Let’s face it, paying your phone bill shouldn’t require a second mortgage on your home!

When your iPhone is on ‘roaming’ it means that it will connect to towers that are not owned and/or operated by your wireless carrier (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and so on). If you want to access Data Roaming on your iPhone, simply go to Settings – Cellular – Data Roaming.
And, as before, when the switch is green data roaming is turned on, and when the switch is grey data roaming is turned off.

If you’re anywhere in the United States you don’t need to worry, because data roaming will have no effect on your phone bill. Of course this was not always the case, but fortunately the wireless providers agreed a few years ago to permanently do away with roaming charges. For many people this decision was a huge relief.

Please take note here, because this is very important! When you’re traveling abroad, roaming charges can be extremely high. Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon charge exorbitant fees if you use their data whilst traveling overseas. You should also keep in mind that your iPhone is constantly using data even when you’re not using it, for things like updating your Facebook feed, checking your email, and many other things.

So, our advice to you if you’re traveling abroad and really want to be safe, is to turn off Cellular Data entirely. When you’re on Wi-Fi you’ll still be able to check your mail, sent photos, and so on, but you won’t have the shock of a massive phone bill when you arrive home.

How to Delete Old Music to Save Space on Your iPhone

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There comes a time for every iPhone user when you need to delete songs from your phone: perhaps you’re simply tired of a certain artist, or maybe you just want to free up some space. There’s certainly nothing better than carrying all your music around with you in your pocket, but we know that over time you’re going to be facing storage issues. Fortunately, there’s a fix for that!

You may be able to delete entire artist libraries, albums, or even a single song, depending on your iOS version. And if you’re having problems removing music from your iPhone, the solution is as simple as using iTunes to resync and delete the unwanted songs.

Remember that, if you delete a song or album and then change your mind, you can always download it again from the iTunes Store, which means that you still have access to your entire music catalogue with Apple’s iTunes Match – providing that you’re happy to selectively download or stream content as and when you need it. And don’t forget Apple Music! With Apple music you have access to a huge collection of videos and music, ready to stream at any time.

What we love about iTunes Match and Apple music is that, as long as there’s a data connection, you can download any song from your collection and it’s yours to listen to whenever you choose. And, of course, the other bonus is that you can delete tracks from your iPhone and know that the next time you want to play them they’ll still be there in the Cloud.

If you choose not to use the Cloud for storing your music, then the old way still works: use your PC or Mac as your central storage unit for your music library, then when you want to sync your albums you simply plug in your phone.

So, now that we know you’re safe to delete music from your iPhone, how do we go about doing this to free up space for photos, videos, and games?

Before you start deleting anything you need to see if iTunes Match has been enabled, so go to Settings – iTunes – App Store. You need to disable this option because, if you don’t, you won’t be able to delete music from your iPhone.

Delete Albums One by One

The first thing you need to understand is that, by default, the music stored on your iPhone is not the only music showing in your iPhone Music app: every album or song you’ve ever purchased from your iTunes account is also shown, regardless of whether it’s on your iPhone or not. You’ll be able to see every album and track you own if you’re an iTunes Match subscriber, even if some tracks are not on your phone and are only being stored in the Cloud.

  • The first step is to locate the playlist, album or song that you wish to delete;
  • On the right side of the screen tap the More Options [] icon;
  • Next, tap Delete;
  • Tap Delete when prompted (Purchased or Playlist) to confirm.

Note: when you remove music from your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, it’s also automatically removed from your iCloud Music Library. When you delete music from one Apple device it’s also deleted from other devices.

Delete All the Music from an iPhone

There’s a very simple way of deleting everything in one go if you’ve got too many albums stored on your phone; or perhaps you simply want to wipe everything and start afresh.

  • Go to Settings – General – Storage and iCloud Usage – Manage Storage;
  • Tap on Music;
  • Swipe left on All Songs under Music;
  • Now tap Delete.

Delete Songs using iTunes

If you’re happy plugging your iPhone into your computer, then another simple solution for deleting music is to use iTunes.
Connect your iPhone, then on the top left of the screen click on the iPhone icon. Next, in the left-hand column select Music from the On My Device section.

You’ll be able to see the various playlists, albums, and artists stored on your phone in the central pane. If you’re ready to delete them, select everything by using the cmd+A key combination, then tap the backspace/delete key.

You’ll be asked for confirmation that you want to delete the songs you’ve chosen, so, once you click Delete, those items will disappear.

Remember that the music will be available to you again, providing you’ve purchased them from iTunes itself or you have them in your iTunes library: you’re not deleting them from your computer, you’re only deleting them from your iPhone.

To complete the deleting process, at the top of the left-hand column click on the Summary option. Next, at the bottom right of the screen in the main pane click Apply.

My iPhone Stuck In Headphones Mode! This Steps May Do the Trick

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Your iPhone makes no sound even though, when you press the volume buttons, you see the word ‘headphones‘ above the volume slider. You’re absolutely convinced that there are no headphones plugged into your iPhone and tried everything you can, including restarting or plugging the headphones in and out again and again, but still not working.

In this article I will try, to the best of my ability, to explain why your iPhone may be stuck in headphone mode; also some great little tricks for getting junk out from headphone jack, and how you can finally fix the problem – permanently.

The reason your iPhone is stuck on headphone mode is because it thinks the headphone jack has headphones plugged into it, even though it doesn’t. Generally, this problem’s caused by the headphone jack itself. Almost 100% of the time this is not a software problem – it’s a hardware problem.

How Do You Know if It’s Hardware or Software

It’s very easy to determine if a software problem is causing your iPhone to stay stuck in headphone mode – simply turn it off, then back on again. Press and hold the Power (Sleep/Wake) button until the red slider appears. Drag the slider “Slide to Power Off” to turn your iPhone completely off (can take up to 20 seconds or even more). After the device turns off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button again until you see the Apple logo; then let go.

You know there’s a hardware problem with your iPhone if it’s still stuck on headphone mode after your iPhone turns on. You now know that the problem is being created by one of two different scenarios:

  • The headphone jack has been damaged either by liquid, or physical damage;
  • Your iPhone has been tricked into believing that headphones are plugged in due to some scrap being stuck inside the headphone jack;

Have a Good Look Inside the Headphone Jack

Using a strong flashlight, shine it inside the headphone jack of your iPhone. Can you see any scrap inside? Personally, I’ve seen everything from brown goo, to rice, to the remains of cheap headphones stuck inside. It’s not easy trying to extract scrap from the headphone jack.

You can easily damage your iPhone’s headphone jack by rummaging inside it, but most people seem to agree that, by this stage, you really have nothing to lose anyway.

What’s the Best Way of Getting Junk Out?

Obviously there’s no super formula or secret tools, and certainly you will not find any tools in the App Store for extracting scrap from headphone jacks. However, we are familiar with some unofficial tricks that Apple techs use to clear out debris. Remember, though, that these methods can cause damage, and they’re certainly not Apple-approved methods: however, I’ve had success with these methods in different situations.

Proper Headphone Jack Cleaning

You can remove any dirt or dust from the headphone jack by using a needle, a toothpick, or even a Bic pen (yes it works). You may think the headphone jack is perfectly clean, but you’ll be very surprised when you see the amount of scrap that’s inside. Be really careful, and do this as gently as possible. Here’s my method for using a Bic pen to remove dust and dirt from the headphone jack of your iPhone:

  1. Remove the cap from a standard Bic pen.
  2. Pull the pen tip away from the plastic housing using a pair of pliers. You’ll see that the tip is attached to a plastic cartridge containing the ink. It’s the opposite end of the cartridge that you need, because it’s the ideal size for cleaning dust and dirt from the headphone jack.
  3. Gently insert that end into the headphone jack, then carefully twist to loosen the dirt: shake the loosened dirt out of your iPhone. Don’t be tempted to press too hard.

Using Compressed Air

Try blowing air directly into your iPhone’s headphone jack by using a can of compressed air. This process could work well, even if you don’t notice anything stuck inside the headphone jack. Compressed air is great for loosening dust and dirt just enough to be able to blow it out or shake it out. Be very gentle when doing this: Start from the outside of your iPhone and carefully work your way in: don’t put the hose down into the headphone jack of your iPhone and start blowing.

You could try blowing it out yourself if you don’t have a can of compressed air; however, this is not a particularly good option because the moisture contained in your breath could damage the internal circuitry of your iPhone. But, if you feel at this point that you’re out of options, then certainly give it a try.

Try Using Tweezers

Sometimes, by using really thin tweezers you can reach far enough inside to pull any dust or dirt out of the headphone jack of your iPhone. It is risky, though, to use tweezers. If you push the tweezers in too far you risk damaging the sides of the headphone jack.

Restarting your iPhone

One of our solutions is simply to restart your iPhone because in many situations it does work. Press then hold the Sleep/Wake button: when you see the red slider, drag it and turn off your iPhone. To turn on your iPhone, simply press the same button the same way.

Still Can’t Get My iPhone Out Of “Headphone” Mode!

Your iPhone probably needs to be repaired if you’ve tried everything mentioned above and it still isn’t working. There are one of two reasons why headphone jacks and iPhones stop working.

Water or Liquid Damage

This is a very common problem with iPhone’s: they can get stuck in headphone mode through water damage, and most of the time the user has no idea how this occurred.

Many times this problem is caused by sweat running down the cord of an athlete’s headphone. Without the user realizing it, the iPhone gets stuck in headphone mode because a small amount of sweat is caught inside the headphone jack.

Why My iPhone Wont Turn On? [Step by Step Fix]

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Recently my iPhone shut down while I was using it, despite the fact that it still had battery power left. All that happens when I try to turn on again is that my iPhone stuck for a moment on Apple logo and goes black again – or just a black screen.

Annoyingly, this can happen to anyone at any time. In the course of a normal day you might decide to check your iPhone, and for no reason whatsoever you discover that it won’t respond to anything you do. If you press the Home button it doesn’t do anything, and you only get negative results if you press the Power button.

So now you’re wondering what on earth you’re supposed to do, because you simply have no clue what’s happened. It could be really simple to fix, but on the other hand it could be quite complicated, because it really depends on what’s actually happening with your iPhone. Fortunately, there are some things you might like to try to get your iPhone to turn on and start responding to your instructions.

Let iPhone Charge for 10 Minutes

If there is a red Empty Battery icon showing up on your iPhone, then it may not work until there is sufficient charge in the battery. Remember that you may not even see the image for battery recharge for several minutes because it may not be totally drained. So, if you plug it in and the display is blank, be patient and wait for a moment to see if the icon appears.

However, if the red filler of the battery icon flashes three times, followed by the screen going black, this means that your iPhone is not able to charge because it’s not receiving power.

Please Note: Your iPhone should always be plugged into a high powered USB source such as one of the main USB ports on a computer that’s plugged in, or to the mains charger. FireWire chargers won’t work.

Try Restarting Your iPhone

In order to restart your iPhone you should press, then keep holding down, the Sleep/Wake button found on the top of the handset: do this until the red slider appears onscreen. Slide it across in order to turn it off, then repeat this process to turn the iPhone back on.

See our instructions below if your iPhone is frozen and can’t be restarted in the normal manner:

  • Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button simultaneously for a minimum of 10 seconds;
  • If the screen dims or the red slider appears, continue pressing the two buttons until you can see the Apple logo;

Perform Soft Reset

  1. Click on SettingsGeneralReset All Settings;
  2. All the settings will now be re-set back to the factory defaults. Don’t worry about this because the content and data on your iPhone won’t be affected;

Backup and Restore Your iPhone

If nothing else works, you’ll need to perform a full backup and restore your iPhone. Before you do anything at all, be very sure that you’ve got the latest version of iTunes.

  • Next, connect your iPhone to your Mac or PC, and select it when it appears in iTunes under Devices. If you haven’t performed a sync for a while, then this is the time to do so – this is the only way to ensure that all your photos, contacts, and videos are up-to-date.
  • Next, click on the Summary tab, then click Restore. This is the time you’ll be told to back up your iPhone, if you haven’t already done so. All the settings and data on your iPhone will now be backed up.
  • Click ‘Restore’. Now wait until the restore process has been completed and your iPhone has been re-set to the Home screen.

Boot iPhone into Recovery Mode

Be cautious about taking this step, though, because Recovery Mode erases all the data from your device. You should only take this step if you’ve backed up to a computer or to iCloud.

  1. Start by turning off your iOS device;
  2. Next, plug the USB cable into your computer, but don’t plug it into the device;
  3. Hold down the Home button, then you can plug the USB into your device;
  4. Only release the Home button when you can see the ‘Connect to iTunes’ screen (see below). Repeat steps 1 to 3 if you don’t see this screen.

Check both the Cable and the Charger

Try charging someone else’s iPhone with your cable and your charger, or alternatively try charging your iPhone with someone else’s cable and charger.

You may or may not be aware that a fairly common and less documented issue with some iPhone’s is that they will charge when connected to a laptop computer, but not when connected to the wall charger. Just because your friends iPhone will charge with the same cable and wall charger, it doesn’t necessarily mean that your iPhone will too. We won’t use this post to discuss why this happens; we’ll simply say that if you usually use a wall outlet, try charging your iPhone using a USB port on your computer; and if you usually charge your iPhone with your laptop, then try using a wall charger.

iPhone Water Damage

Water damage to iPhone’s is insidious and can be very unpredictable. The problem you’re experiencing with your iPhone today could well be caused by a spill from a week ago. We hear these kinds of stories all the time, where your iPhone won’t charge because a drop of water got into the charging port, whereas your friend spilled a whole glass of water on his iPhone and it still works perfectly.

If you do a visual inspection of the exterior of your iPhone, you may be able to determine if there’s any damage? If the damage is minor, there’s a chance that Apple will ignore this and replace your iPhone under warranty.

iPhone Still Won’t Turn On!

Unfortunately, the problem may be too serious to fix on your own if your iPhone still won’t turn on, even after taking all these steps. It’s probably time to contact Apple technician and arrange an appointment at the Genius Bar. If there’s no water or physical damage to your iPhone and you’re still under warranty, there’s every reason to believe that Apple will cover the repair at no cost. However, if that’s not the case, Apple’s repair options can be quite expensive.

MovieBox for iPhone: Catch up on Movies and TV Shows Today

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In case you have lived under a rock for the last few month and not heard of MovieBox, this app has become a hugely popular portal for providing free access to TV shows and movies for iPhone users. From the left side of the screen simply swipe to the right side: you’ll now have access to the side menu where you’ll see different media types, downloads, favorites, and so much more. The video can be downloaded or viewed on any setting – low, medium, or high HD. And before committing to the full-length feature, users can access the trailer.

iPhone users running iOS 9, 9.2.1, and 9.3.1 can now download MovieBox.

And now, for those users who are not interested in jailbreaking their iPhone but want to access this type of functionality, there’s some great news. The MovieBox app works on iOS 9.3.1: at this point there’s no jailbreak solution available because Apple was able to quickly patch the vulnerabilities on iOS 9.2 which were exploited in Pangu’s iOS 9.1 jailbreak solution. Available via vShare, this latest version of MovieBox can be downloaded on iPhone the same way that previous versions were downloaded and accessed so many times.

If the MovieBox app is new to you, you should be aware that accessing and installing this app is not a simple matter: you don’t just do a search in Apple’s iOS App Store then hit the Install button. The fact that this app wouldn’t be approved for the App Store because it contravenes so many guidelines, and due to the nature of the service, the process of installing this app can be a little more complicated for those people who are not familiar with installing certificates onto a device in order to bypass Apple’s security mechanisms.

If you’re not familiar with Enterprise Profiles then you may experience issues when installing and running MovieBox on your iPhone running iOS 9. We know that Apple doesn’t want iPhone users running apps like MovieBox, and they’re probably right to feel this way. And so, users will probably receive a message stating that the MovieBox app is being offered by an ‘Untrusted Enterprise Developer’. Basically, this is iOS saying that, because MovieBox is from an unknown source, they’re not happy for you to run it, and that’s why you receive the message stating that the app is coming from an ‘Untrusted Enterprise Developer’, that is, until you give explicit permission to run it.

If you do get this message, it’s not a problem: simply go to Settings – General – Profile, remembering that you must have a profile installed for this to exist as a menu option. Select the certificate, then click on the Trust option. You should now be able to run the app on your iPhone.

Installing MovieBox on iPhone

  1. Go to vShare download page and click on the blue box to download vShare
  2. Install vShare by clicking on Install
  3. Next, go to Settings – General – Profile – Developer (Shenzhen Guotai Anbang…)
  4. Click on “Trust Developer (“Shenzhen Guotai Anbang…”)”
  5. Click ‘Trust‘ again
  6. Now launch ‘vShare
  7. Click on the search bar and search for MovieBox
  8. Next, download MovieBox
  9. In the Download tab you’ll be able to watch the progress of the download
  10. You’ll be prompted to install MovieBox once the file has finished downloading. Click on ‘Install

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Download MovieBox Directly

1.On your iPhone’s Safari browser, go to either of the following links: Movie Box .IPA (iOS 7 and up) – Password is moviebox
Old Movie Box .IPA (iOS 6 and under)
2.Click on the green Install button.
3.When the message box pops up, click on Install again.
4.Open the app once it’s been installed. Click on ‘Trust‘ if a warning appears

And that’s all there is to it!

If you continue receiving the ‘Unable to Download App’ error while downloading vShare, simply try again later.

It’s important to note that every iOS update seems to put a stop to the previous methods of installing MovieBox. So you may not want to update iOS with a new version if MovieBox is an important app to you.

Jailbreak -1100

Jailbreak -1100 it is a common error, especially when using jailbreaking tools like TaiG. If you are struggling with this error whilst jailbreaking your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, here’s a simple method for fixing it. Jailbreak -1100 comes in combination such as -1101, -1102, -1103 or stuck at 20%, 60%, and so on.

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Jailbreak Failed ( -1100)

At the moment TaiG is only available for Windows, and supports all iOS devices running iOS 8.4 or 8.3.

Jailbreak -1101 (Stuck at 20%)

If you end up with error 1101 at 20% during the jailbreaking process you should install iTunes 12.0.1. Here’s our guide: Fixing TaiG Jailbreak Stuck at 20% – Error 1101. Update: A new TaiG version has been released which we believe will fix the ‘jailbreak -1101 stuck at 20%’ issue. You can download it here.

Jailbreak -1102

Try the following if you get this error:

  • Put the device on AirPlane Mode;
  • Ensure that you’ve turned off Touch ID and Passcode: go to Settings > Touch ID and Passcode;

Jailbreak -1103

You may have downloaded a corrupt jailbreak tool file. Try again and download it from here: Download TaiG 2.1.2 if you jailbreak iOS 8.4 with support for Cydia Substrate then try again.

Jailbreak -1104 (Stuck at 30% or 40%)

You should try using a different USB port if you get this error. If that also fails then try it on another Windows computer.

Jailbreak -1105 (Stuck at 50%)

Try this if you get the above error:

  • You will have a Firewall or Antivirus program enabled on your computer. Disable the program then attempt jailbreaking again. You can enable this program again once you’ve succeeded in jailbreaking your device;
  • Be sure you’ve turned off Find My Phone. Go to Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone;