TIPS AND TRICKS - for those of us who don't know!
This is a discussion on TIPS AND TRICKS - for those of us who don't know! within the New Member Introductions - Site Assistance forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; I happen to have a couple of iPods around the house and as a result a couple of extra dock connector cables. Until last night ...
Difference between iPad and iPod Dock Connector
I happen to have a couple of iPods around the house and as a result a couple of extra dock connector cables. Until last night I was under the impression that they were identical to the iPad dock connector. They're not.
The iPod dock connector has "buttons" on each side that should be pressed when disconnecting from a charger. The iPad does not. As a result you may find it virtually impossible to remove a iPod dock connector from the iPad without the help of pliers. (Don't ask me how I discovered this.)
The two connectors look almost identical to one another so be careful. And if you find you've inserted the wrong cable, don't worry. It works without a problem. Just be sure to remove it from the iPad by pressing the little buttons on the side.
07-02-2011 10:11 AM
Movie files from pc/imac to ipad2 with th the Camera connection Kit
If you get that pop up screen requires extra power you must buy an USB powered hub The connection is : from your camera the Usb cable straight in the powered hub , From there the white USB cable from the USB-powered HUB to the Ipad via the CCK.. The same problem is with the music software in Ipad2
I hope it will work. Its the same problem with playing music from an extern midicontroller/keyboard to the I pad2. Just the same problem because Ipad 2 gives to less voltage to make the USB connections work properly. I hope you have the solution.
Guess I missed it...
what is CCK?
Originally Posted by bukzin
Camera Connection Kit
Press the home button twice while doing something (internet,app,etc.) for multi tasking..
(it will appear at the bottom of the screen)
iPad 2 16 GB Black Wi-Fi, iPod touch 4G, MacBook.
not a tip, just cool!! [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jxmHSX2aFY]YouTube - ‪Ipad Adapter‬‏[/ame]
iPF Super Guru
That is cool indeed! Thanks for posting.
Originally Posted by steveyg
Do you have a link for that accessory? I'd like to see details. It looks like it'd fit my Bose dock.
Originally Posted by steveyg
Just Google for SGI dock solutions.
Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
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Originally Posted by Mickey330
Check out this website to learn how to quickly insert punctuation when typing. Instead of tapping the number key, entering the number and then tapping the ABC key, you can just tap/hold/swipe.
The article describes it better than I ever could, so here it is:
Beginner Tip: How to quickly insert punctuation on iPhone and iPad | TiPb
I've used this tip almost every day. Very handy!
I've had my iPad for a year now and never knew those tips to make typing numbers and punctuation easier
Trying them for a bit will delay me jailbreaking as I saw that as the way to get quicker numbers typing by getting a numbers row on the on-screen keyboard.
I'm bumping this tip up for all to see again - IMHO this is by far the most useful tip I've come across, especially if you do a lot of typing.
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