Thursday, June 16, 2016

Setup iPhone 6s: Restore from iTunes backup for iPhone 5


PRE-CHECK LIST

1. Backup iPhone 5.

RESTORE!

1. Insert nano SIM card into iPhone 6s

2. Power on and Plug in iPhone 6s using Lightning to USB Cable

3. On Hello > slide to set up

4. English > Malaysia

5. Keyboards > Next

6. Choose a Wi-Fi Network > Select the Wi-Fi SSID

7. Enter Password > [PASSWORD] > Join

8. Location Services > Disable Location Services > OK

9. Touch ID > Set up Touch ID Later > Continue

10. Create a Passcode > Passcode Options > 4-Digit Numeric Code > [PASSCODE] > [RE-ENTER PASSCODE]

11. Apps & Data > Restore from iTunes Backup

12. On PC iTunes > Restore from this backup: [NAME-iPhone] > Continue

13. Check 'I have read and agree ...' > Continue


14. Restoring iPhone from backup... > Once done, iPhone 6s will restart

15. slide to upgrade > Enter passcode

16. Hello > slide to set up > Enter passcode

17. SIM Locked > Unlock > Enter PIN

18. Update Completed > Continue

19. Choose a Wi-Fi Network > Select the Wi-Fi SSID

20. Enter Password > [PASSWORD] > Join

21. To finish setting up iCloud,... > Skip This Step

22. Are you sure? > Skip

23. Diagnostics > Don't Send

24. Display Zoom > STANDARD > Next

25. Welcome to iPhone > Get Started

Upgrade iPhone 5 to iOS 9.3.2


WARNING: Before perform the update, always perform phone backup! The author will NOT be held responsibility under any circumstances.

PRE-CHECK LIST

1. Make sure the phone battery is fully charged or connect to direct power source (recommended).

2. 'Wi-Fi' is connected to download the iOS 9 package.

3. Full iPhone 5 backup using iTunes.

4. Once backup completed, disconnect the phone.

UPDATE!

1. On iPhone 5, To view installed version:
   Settings > General > About. Look for Version: 8.1

2. Settings > General > Software Update

3. Install Now > Enter Passcode > Agree > Agree > Verifying update...

4. iPhone reboot > upgrade on progress

5. Once finish, it'll reboot.

6. Hello > slide to set up

7. Enter passcode > SIM Locked > Unlock > Enter PIN

8. Update Completed > Continue

9. Location Services > Disable Location Services > OK

10. To finish setting up iCloud, ... > Skip This Step > Skip

11. iCloud Drive > Turn off iCloud Drive > Continue

12. Diagnostics > Don't Send

13. Welcome to iPhone > Get Started

iPhone 6s 16GB Gold



In The Box
• iPhone 6s
• Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic
• Lightning to USB Cable
• 5W USB Power Adapter
• Documentation

COOL’s
• 3D Touch
• A9 Chip 64-bit architecture
• 12MP iSight camera, Live Photo, 4K video
• 4.7-inch Retina HD displays
• Touch ID

• iOS 9

SUCX’s
• Pricey
• Will battery life prolong with 'Low Power Mode'?
• Same screen size with iPhone 6
• No support for external storage

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Backup Google Apps Data Using Google Takeout


1. Sign in to Gmail via www.gmail.com

2. Click on Account (mine shown as E in circle) > My Account

3. Under Personal info & privacy, click Control your content

4. Click CREATE ARCHIVE







5. Select related apps to backup, i.e: Contacts, Drive, Mail > Next













6. Choose:
   File type: .zip
   Delivery method: Send download link via email

7. Click Create archive






8. Archiving in progress...

9. You'll receive email notification once archive completed > click Download archive


10. Click DOWNLOAD

11. Click Save

12. Once download completed, click DONE


NOTE: The archive will kept for 30 days and can be retrieve using Control your content

Friday, March 11, 2016

Soution: yum update failed with error, "[Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found"

SYMPTOM:

yum update failed with error, '[Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found'
  http://olcentgbl.trafficmanager.net/centos/6/updates/x86_64/Packages/nss-util-3.19.1-5.el6_7.x86_64.rpm: [Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found"

AFFECTED OS:
  • RHEL 6
  • CentOS 6
SOLUTION:

1. Login as root

2. Verify the RHEL/ CentOS is the latest version ---> rpm -q centos-release
     centos-release-6-7.el6.centos.12.3.x86_64

3. yum clean all
    Loaded plugins: security
    Cleaning repos: base epel extras openlogic updates
    Cleaning up Everything

4. yum update