Copy & Paste from iPhone to Mac doesn’t work (Universal Clipboard)πŸ“‹

Apple’s default universal clipboard feature is awesome. It really makes our work better and faster increasing our day to day usage and productivity. It is used either to copy text, images or videos. However, sometimes this feature won’t work. I would like to categories this problem into 3 segments.Β  What might be the reason? Well, if that is the case this blog is for you … Continue reading Copy & Paste from iPhone to Mac doesn’t work (Universal Clipboard)πŸ“‹

Remove audio track in QuickTime?

You can record iPhone screen using QuickTime Player. But sometimes you might forget to uncheck microphone and start recording iPhone. Later you recognized that you have recorded audio as well. Guys, it is impossible to remove audio once the video is recorded using QuickTime Player. But I do have one solution to this. You might have heard about Automator in Mac. This app is great … Continue reading Remove audio track in QuickTime?

How to create archive using terminal

Sometime you might like to create an archive without using Xcode interface with just one command using a terminal. Well, if you are searching something like this, you are at right place. Open Terminal and type xcodebuild -scheme “Scheme Name” archive Once the archive is ready for you, you can check generated archive as usual within Organizer. You can find Organizer within Window menu. This … Continue reading How to create archive using terminal

Screenshot taking a very long time to appear on desktop in Mac?

Many people are facing a delay in saving screenshots, photos, videos or any other files on Mac desktop. If you are facing this problem, most probably, for example, the screenshots would take a good 10-15 seconds before appearing on the desktop. This is really annoying and you will feel as if you are waiting for 4-5 mins. Some people say this is because of iCloud desktops in Sierra. It … Continue reading Screenshot taking a very long time to appear on desktop in Mac?

Hide show desktop icons instantly on Mac.

Here we go! The solution without any softwares to hide and show desktop application πŸ˜‰. Open Terminal or iTerm. Goto desktop. Here is the code : “cd ~/desktop“. Now copy and paste this line of code :  “defaults write com.apple.finder CreateDesktop false; killall Finder“ Boom. All of your desktop icons are hidden now. To get back your desktop icons type this code: “defaults write com.apple.finder CreateDesktop true; killall Finder“ Well, … Continue reading Hide show desktop icons instantly on Mac.