金飯碗 v1.6.2

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因為呢個csb多多要求,又一個Minor Update,其實都真係無聊,你地係唔係好得閒呢,我都移除左廣告啦,仲想點呢?

-移除部門logo

-加入註明資料來源

尋求Ideas

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期待lion推出,因為可以用新xCode,有d ideas可以用得上,不過都係想尋求project ideas,大家不妨提出!

金飯碗 v1.6.1 推出!

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今次版本沒有太大更新,主要係由於正苦公務員事務局向app store投訴金飯碗侵權,要此程式移除廣告。無奈下唯有照做。當初見佢個網頁完全唔係人用,先寫個mobile版出黎,廣告只不不過為左cover番web hosting,雖然而家無左廣告支持,但亦希望大家能夠繼續支持~(大家唔update上去就係最好既支持,hehe)

[20/05] 六合彩一億等緊你!

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史上最多獎金的六合彩將於今個星期五開出!估計頭獎基金 $100,000,000!!!!

為迎接呢個歷史性時刻,M6 Pro特價發售中!$0.99就可以第一時間知道自己係咪一億得主!

http://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/m6-pro/id384383555?mt=8

 

Renew your Apple Push Notification Push SSL Certificate

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差唔多夠期要renew M6 Pro張Push Cert. 打篇文做個紀錄同時作個分享

先登入 iOS Provisioning Portal,左邊選取App IDs,如果差唔多到期,佢會提你Gen一張新SSL Cert.

成個過程跟足指示做就得,大致上係咁

1. Open Keychain Access

2. Menu Bar: Keychain Access->Certificate Assistant->Request a Certificate from a Certificate Authority

3. Type in User Email, Common Name (e.g. M6 Prod Push Cert), select Save to Disk.

4. 然後Upload上CA,等佢issue張cert。完成之後,download張cert落黎,drag去keychain access個icon度。

如果去番Keychain Access度,你就會見到Catetory->Certificates會有一張Apple Production Push Services: ID 既cert,expand佢就會見到有條private key。

5.  Right Click 張cert,export 去一個地方 (e.g. Desktop), 檔案名稱: prod-cert.p12

6. 然後Right Click條private key,同樣export去同一個地方, 檔案名稱: prod-key.p12

7. 之後輸入以下commands轉做pem format

openssl pkcs12 -clcerts -nokeys -out prod-cert.pem -in prod-cert.p12

openssl pkcs12 -nocerts -out prod-key.pem -in prod-key.p12

輸入以下commands 去remove passpharse

openssl rsa -in prod-key.pem -out prod-key-noenc.pem

8. 最後將cert同key merge番一齊

cat prod-cert.pem prod-key-noenc.pem > prod.pem

9. 大功告成,可以upload上prod server立即測試!

一週年

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今日係小弟寫iOS Apps的一週年,時間真係過得好快。

 

今年寫左三個App:金飯碗,M6 (Free/Pro), MobileBills。由始至終,小弟既出發點係想方便身邊的人,一年過去,多謝大家的支持,希望大家繼續支持小弟。由於一個人的能人同時間有限,未必每一個app都寫得好好。

 

每一個app小弟都想學更多技巧,亦盡量去改善,當中有想過放棄,因為我只係為興趣,小弟有正職在身,不過又想創迼有用既本地apps比大家,成到一個app滿足感其實好大。每一個comment小弟都用心去睇,做得到既我都會盡力去做。App裏面的廣告同埋M6 Pro既收費只係為左維持營運開支,iOS Developer Program要錢,Server亦要錢,希望大家能夠明白。

 

暫時未有時間同ideas,大家如果任何ideas,小弟亦會作參考!

3HK系統繁忙

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由於3HK網頁部分資料有系統繁忙訊息,MobileBills暫時未能新增3hk賬單,已新增賬單的用戶將不受影響.

請大家稍後再試

How to Save a Wet iPhone or iPod Touch

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You just dropped your beloved iPhone into the pool! Now what? Today we’ll take a look at the best way to ensure that this isn’t the end of your device.

In addition to outlining which recovery methods work best, we’ll also tell you some very important actions to avoid if you don’t want to ruin your phone while trying to save it!

 

A Lesson Learned the Hard Way

Like anyone with a modicum of sanity living in the arid desert of Phoenix Arizona, I own a swimming pool. I also own an iPod Touch. You can see where this is going. One day, as I was diligently brushing the walls of my pool, a friend stopped by. Being the polite guy that I am, I turned my back to the pool to engage in discussion.

The problem of course with turning your back on a swimming pool is that you forget that it’s there, which means when you take a step back, your friend has cause to roll on the ground with laughter as you fall helplessly through the air in slow motion with one thought on your mind: My iPod is in my pocket! Splash.

I was drenched, completely submerged. As I scrambled out of the water I handed my phone to my friend to dry off, he managed to suppress his laughter for long enough to comply. At this point, we have an all too familiar situation on our hands. This is no mere $20 mp3 player. This is a significant purchase that has possibly seen its last Words With Friends session.

In this situation there is a right and wrong way to react. Before we get into the steps that you should take, let’s look at one important thing not to do!

Don’t Turn Your Device On

This may sound like an obvious piece of advice, but trust me, it’s not. In fact, when as I climbed out of the pool having already handed my iPod to my friend, I found that this is exactly what he did. He quickly dried off the outside of the device with his shirt and then naturally wanted to see if everything still worked and tried to use it.

This is a fantastic way to fry your device permanently. Granted, it’s likely already on standby and not truly off, but you’re still only going to heighten the risk of permanent damage if you try to increase the electronic activity.

Fortunately, in the end, this action didn’t spell disaster for my iPod Touch, but you might not be so lucky.

Drying Out the Device

As soon as you recover your device from its watery grave, the first step is to get all of the water out that you can. This goes beyond wiping the device off to even gently shaking it to try to free any trapped water inside.

Be Wary of Heat

From here one of the most common ideas is to grab a hair dryer. The problem with this method is that you can do as much damage as you repair. We know that water and electronics don’t mix, but it turns out heat and electronics have a similar relationship.

I’ve talked to and read about people that have successfully saved their iOS devices with a hairdryer, so it can in fact work. However, I don’t recommend it. If you’re convinced that this is the way to go, just be sure to use a low heat setting and take frequent breaks to allow the sensitive components in the phone to cool down.

Silica Packets: Do Not Eat!

You know those packets that come in everything from shirt pockets to guitar cases? These handy little guys are always equipped with a life-saving warning: “Do not eat!” This message doesn’t really help us in this situation but the packets are actually quite useful. As you know, they’re designed to absorb moisture, which means they offer a great method for sucking the water out of your wet device.

screenshotSilica packets are awesome for saving wet electronics

What you want to do is fill a plastic bag or tupperware container with silica packets like in the image above and then toss in your iPhone. Next, seal the container and let it sit for a lot longer that you want it to. At the very least, let it go over night. If you’re cautious, 24-48 hours is a safer bet.

During this time, resist the urge to take your phone out and turn it on to see what happens. There will still be some condensation hanging around inside and you therefore have the same circuit frying risk as before. Patience is the key!

Rice: A More Practical Solution

In theory, a bag full of silica packets is awesome, but who really has twenty of those things lying around? If I tear my house completely apart I might be able to find two if I’m having a really lucky day.

When my iPod Touch went for a dip, I was too busy being angry at myself to fix the thing. Luckily, my wife jumped in and took over the situation. Being the resourceful woman that she is, she put my iPhone in a bag and filled it with rice. I was born with an overactive sense of skepticism so I saw my wife’s actions as pure nonsense and started planning my trip to the Apple Store for a replacement.

screenshotRice is a great substitute for silica packets

It turns out though that my wife’s black magic is actually a fairly common practice with wet electronics. The rice acts exactly like the silica packets and absorbs the moisture. In fact, this trick worked like a charm and in 24 hours I threw my iPod on a charger and it came to life. That was well over a year ago and the device still works!

The reason that rice is a less ideal solution than the packets is that it’s much messier. Rice might take the water out of your device, but it can fill it with dust. Still, unless you’re a strange hoarder who happens to have mounds of silica, rice can be a very effective solution.

Conclusion

To sum up, as soon as your iPhone gets wet, resist the urge to turn it on. Next, dry it off as best as you can, avoid heating it up unnecessarily and reach for the silica packets. If you don’t have any, fill a bag with rice, throw in your iPhone and seal it for around 24 hours.

Despite many stories of successful revivals, you’ll likely find that an iPhone that has been completely submerged in water will never be quite the same. Even if it still works, there will be noticeable quirks in how the responsiveness of the buttons, the audio quality, how well it takes a charge, etc. Ultimately, if you didn’t kill it, you’ve definitely brought it much closer to death than it was before.

It’s important to note that Apple has sensors in place that can tell if your phone has gotten wet, so don’t stroll into the Apple Store and claim that the thing just stopped working unexpectedly. Be honest and tell them what happened. You probably won’t get a free phone but Apple should offer you a discounted replacement (often refurbished).

If you’ve ever gotten your iPhone or iPod wet, tell us your story below. What method did you use to dry it out? Would you recommend that to others? Did Apple work with you on getting a replacement? We want to know!

Photo Credits: Scott Brown and Lisa Norwood.
Source: http://iphone.appstorm.net/how-to/phone/how-to-save-a-wet-iphone-or-ipod-touch/

大意

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今次個Release太急進,未check清楚哂所有野,連電話號碼都可以錯,咁低級既錯誤都有…T_T

 

令大家失望,對不起.

M6 Free/M6 Pro/金飯碗 已更新

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今次更新重點係用XCode 4.0.1 recompile以及更正彈app問題,大家快d更新啦

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