If you’ve been stuck on an island, stuck in a traffic jam, stuck on a train, or stuck in traffic for too long, you might want to think about upgrading your computer, your smartphone, or both.
With a few simple tools, you can turn your computer into a backup machine and switch between apps at will.
It’s easy, and it’s free.
Here are the essential steps to installing the essential apps for the Mac and iOS:You’ll need:You can download this guide from here and install it on any Mac you own.
It also comes with instructions for installing the other Macs and iOS versions.
The first step is installing the Mac App Store.
There are two ways to install apps.
The easiest way is to download and install them using the iTunes app.
The other is to use the Terminal app.
If you’re installing them on a different Mac, download the Mac App Installer.
Open the installer and follow the instructions onscreen to install the app you want.
The next step is to configure your device for automatic backups.
This will install the apps you want into your system automatically.
This can take up to 30 minutes.
You can either open up Terminal and run the command:You should see something like:Your Mac should now be able to automatically backup to iCloud.
Your Mac’s backup file system will be called the Apple File System .
This file system is a directory on your computer where all your backups are stored.
If you want to change the backup location, open up Terminal and type:You may be prompted to choose an alternate backup location.
Choose “Yes” to save the changes to your backup.
If all went well, you should see the backup files on your Mac’s disk:Your backup will be encrypted, and if you’re using a Mac that doesn’t have an encryption password, you’ll need to enter a key on your machine.
You can do this by entering the password ” yourmacpassword ” or typing in the command “ssh-keygen -t rsa -C passwd”.
Once you’ve saved the backup, the backup will appear on your device in the Apple File Structure section.
It will look something like this:Now that your backup is encrypted, you need to open up the Terminal app again and type in the following command:If you get an error message like this, the Mac may not have the necessary encryption password.
You can change the encryption password in the Terminal application by entering:You will see the following dialog:Change the password by entering a new one.
If the password doesn’t work, you will need to run the following commands:Now you have your backup encryption password and the app installed, you’re ready to start using it.
If the backup is failing, you may want to re-install it.
To do this, open the Terminal and enter the following:You have your app installed.
Now you can access your Mac and get back to working.