iPhone Tips: Save Images From Safari & Push Mail

6 10 2008
Photos

Photos

Maybe you just want to save an image and import it to your computer or to use as wallpaper. Since iPhone software Update 2.0, you can now save images from Safari browser or Mail.

Open a webpage or email which contains an image that you would like to save. Just tap and hold on the particular image for 2-3 second and a dialogue will pop up asking if you would like to save an image. Tap “Save Image” to confirm and it’s immediately saved to your camera roll. If your email containing more than one image, you’ll also have an option to save all of them to your camera roll.

Save images via safari

Save an images via safari

Save an image via mail

Save an image via mail

Save multiple images via mail

Save multiple images via mail





Air Sharing – Transfer files to another PC using iPhone as mobile server

22 09 2008
Air Sharing

Air Sharing

According to my previous post, Air Sharing may convert your iPhone or iPod Touch become as a wireless drive. It’s also works as a mobile hard disk that lets you carry & view documents on-the-go, even when you’re offline. Click here for more details how to sync Air Sharing to your PC.

What i’ve been discovered here is your iPhone may become as mobile server while using Air Sharing application. It’s mean you can transfer and view documents from PC to another PC using internet browser as long as your iPhone stay connect with network (EDGE/WIFI/3G). Also you could download and store documents from PC to another PC using Air Sharing. I’ve been trying it using Mozilla Fire Fox browser and its works very well. See instruction below how to connect Air Sharing using Mozilla Fire Fox browser.

Step 1: Run Mozilla Fire Fox browser and open Air Sharing on iPhone, make sure your iPhone connect to network. You should find a HTTP URL in the status bar at the bottom. This is the iPhone’s URL your internet browser will connect to.

Step 2: Just type the your iPhone’s IP address (http://192.168.2.2:8080) at the address bar on the Mozilla Fire Fox browser. Now you can access all files in your iPhone. If the files still not appear yet, just click “Reload/Refresh” on your internet browser.

8080 on address bar

Type the IP Address = http://192.168.2.2:8080 on address bar

Air Sharing files

Air Sharing files

Step 3: You might be view your particular document/file by just click on it. You also could download the particular files by “Save file” via your internet browser.

view & download files

view & download your files

In my opinion, please try all steps above on Safari or other internet browser. Hope it should works very well.