Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Transfer the APK file to your Phone

  1. Copy the APK file to your Android’s memory card and insert the card into your phone.
  2. Download and install the Apps Installer application from the Android Market
  3. Once installed, the Apps Installer will display the APK files on the memory card.
  4. Click and install your APK files.
It is possible to install APK files without utilizing the Android Market, although the process is more difficult and complex. To avoid the Android Market, you need to use Android SDK.
  1. Download and install the Google Android SDK program and the Android USB drivers. The download links are as follows:
  3. You need to modify your Android’s settings to allow the installation of applications from other sources. Under “Settings,” select “Application Settings” and then enable “Unknown Sources.” Also under “Settings,” select “SD Card” and “Phone Storage,” and finally enable “Disable Use for USB Storage”
  4. This last step is easy. Open Command Prompt and type the following: adb install <1>/<2>.apk
  5. However, when you type the command, replace <1> with the path to your APK file and replace <2> with the name of the APK file.
  6. You’re done! Your application is now ready for your use and enjoyment.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

How To Uninstall Xcode Completely

To uninstall developer tools/Xcode type in the following command in the terminal

sudo /Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools –mode=all

How to test your Adhoc build on your iOS Device


1) Connect your iPhone to the computer and open iTunes..
2) Select apps in iTunes menu (left side), unzip the attachment and
drag both the files into iTunes Apps Area (right side)
3) Select your device and go to the apps tab and select the App file
and hit sync.
4) If there is no error, the app will be transferred into the iPhone.

How to find your iOS device's UDID


These are the simple steps to know the UDID for your iOS Device.. ( iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch)

1) Connect your device to your computer and open iTunes.

2) Select your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch under Devices Label in iTunes on the left menu.

3) On the right pane, select the first tab that goes by the title, "Summary".

4) Click on the serial number label to get the UDID (Unique Device Identification), it will be a 40 characters alpha numeric string.