Using Continuity between Mac and iOS

Apple had come out with iOS 8.1 just yesterday and OS Yosemite last week. I was really looking froward to their AirDrop files from Mac to iPhone or iPad or iPod and vice versa. However, the one thing that I was looking forward the most was the Continuity which means that you can leave your phone away and yet you can still make some calls and reply SMSs as well as you can continue your work between iOS devices.

First of all, I would like to tell you HandsOff  between Mac and iOS devices.
For example, if you are browsing in Safari on Mac, when you leave mac and pick up the iPhone, you'll see the icon showing in the left side conner of the iPhone lock screen.
Or vice versa, you'll see an icon beside the Finder on Mac. 

For the phone call, now you can make phone calls on your mac without even going to pick your phone while it's away. You can directly pick your call or make a call on your Mac or iPad. 
To get started, you need to do several things to make sure nothing goes wrong.

For Mac:
  • Must be connected to the same wifi
  • Open bluetooth
  • Must be connected to the same iCloud email
  • Must open FaceTime and log in to your iCloud email to make calls
For iPhone:
  • Go to System Preferences > General > Tick the Allow Handoff between this Mac and your iCloud Device
  • Then you can enjoy your more productive and easier to finish your work. 
  • For more details, please click here.

September Beauty Favorites

September has already gone by and this is time for my beauty favourites of the month. 
School has been reopened and I'm an official second year university student. YAY! ^__^ However, the work load had been so much and so stressful that I couldn't been able to edit my videos more often than not. Now, I have like 20 more videos more to edit and I haven't started yet. 

The university has been a great experience. I feel more mature and I feel like I can manage my work and my studies as well as managing my grades within D (Distinction) or HD (High Distinction) {Well i'm not bragging though :3} 

Okay back to business: 

Products mentioned: 

For Body Care
  • True Blue Spa Hand Lotion from Bath and Body Works
  • True Blue Spa Sugar Care 60 seconds Hand Scrub from Bath and Body Works
  • Nevia Body whitening night serum
For Skincare
  • Little Soldier- Face cleanser
  • Acne- Acne Medicated Foaming Wash
  • Garnier- Lemon Lightening Peel-off mask
  •  Combo Skin- Tea tree mask
  • Sephora - Triple Action Cleansing Water
  • Clarisonic Mia 2

    For Make-up
    • Tarte- Amazonian Clay 12 hour wear liquid foundation
    • Real Techniques- Foundation Brush
    • Kabuki Flat top brush
    • Daiso Eyeshadow Palette
    If you want to watch my video about me talking through about these products, please do so. Since you've watching the video, Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel for more videos. 

    Disclaimer: So this is the boring part. The products that I reviewed are NOT SPONSORED. I bought them with my own money or I got it as a gift from my mother mostly or she is using them. 

    August Favorites

    Asian Girl Tag

    It has been a while I updated my blog and today, I want to share you my Asian Girl Tag video with you all. Hope you enjoy my tag. 

    How to uninstall Adobe Application Manager (Mac OS X)

    Credit: Softpedia

    Today I thought I will be installing adobe after effects to improve my editing skills for my YouTube videos. I installed Adobe After Effects and then these Adobe Application Manager and other related stuff was installed altogether.

     After that, I watched youtube for the tutorials for adobe after effects and decided to use just my iMovie for simple stuff and I uninstalled Adobe After Effects. Even though the software was uninstalled, Adobe Application Manager was still installed and I thought it was a virus.

     Then I researched and did everything that I could and that application manager wasn't able to uninstall. I tried uninstalling it the normal ways but then I tried this method and it worked.

    Click the "Finder" icon on the desktop, then click the "Macintosh HD" entry.
    Click the "Library" folder, then click "Application Support."
    Click the "Adobe" folder, then click the "Adobe Application Manager." 
    Drag the Adobe icon onto the "Trash" icon on your desktop. 
    Click "Finder" on the menu bar, then click "Empty Trash" to remove the Adobe Application Manager utility from your Mac. 


    Go to the "Finder" and search for "AAM". (They tried to hide it with the short form named "AAM") 
    Drag everything that ADOBE related to the "Trash" folder and Click "Empty Trash".
    Then go to the "Launchpad" and press the "Option" key for a while and you will see "X" button for the AAM application and just delete by clicking the "X" button which is deleting the application.


    I had another incident that I install Adobe again, so this time round, they went and hide into other folders. If the above does not work for you, I hope this trick might help you out.

    Click the "Finder" icon on the desktop, then click the "Macintosh HD" entry.
    Click the "Applications" folder, then click "Utilities" folder.
    Click the "Adobe Application" folder and the associate adobe installers to trash. 
    Click "Finder" on the menu bar, then click "Empty Trash" to remove the Adobe Application Manager utility from your Mac. 

    I hope it's useful for you.
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