Pocket Prayer Pro How-to’s Guideline
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Tap on “Requests” tab at the bottom of the screen. Then it will bring up the prayer request summary page. Tap on the “+” button to add a new prayer request.
All of the entries are optional. After entering all necessary data into the form, tap “Save” button at the top right.
Go to “Preferences” and tap “Today Prayer Request” so that the button turns to “ON”. The next time when you launch your application, it will show “Today” prayer request list.
When the application launch to “Today” prayer request list, you need to tap “Requests” button in order to go back to prayer request main screen.
Go to main screen of prayer requests, then tap on “Edit” button.
Then tap on the blue arrow.
Then tap on the button to either set it to “ON” or “OFF”. Set to “OFF” if you want to hide them.
Go to main screen of prayer requests screen, then tap on “Edit” button.
Then tap on the blue arrow button.
Then tap on “Image” section.
There will be a list of smileys for you to choose. After finish, tap on “Save” button.
Go to Preferences, then tap “Google Docs” row at “Backup or Restore” section.
Then tap on “Sign In” button if you have not sign in.
Enter your Google ID and Password then tap “Save” to proceed.
After that, tap on “Backup”.
Tap “Backup” button to start GoogleDocs backup.
Once it’s complete, a message will appear to show you backup is done.
If you were asked to send your backup data to developer, please continue the following section. Otherwise you can skip the following section.
Go to http://docs.google.com and login using your own account. You will see at the left panel there are folders “Pocket Prayer Pro” > ”Backup”. Click on the “Backup” folder and on your right panel it will list down all of the backup files that you have backup from Pocket Prayer Pro.
Then select one of the backup file by checking the checkbox. Then at the top menu, select “Share” and “Email as attachment” to firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to Preferences tab and select “Google Docs” row under “Backup or Restore” section.
Sign in to your Google account if you have not do so. Then tap on Restore.
It will retrieve a list of GoogleDocs backup files. Tap on the on the “Restore” button that you want to restore.
Upon a successful restore, it will show an alert of Success. Otherwise if it shows an error message, do inform us straight away by sending email to email@example.com
Go to Preferences and tap “Wi-Fi Transfer” row under “Backup or Restore” section.
Tap “Start Backup” button. It will start packing data once you tap on it.
Point your browser to the IP address shown in your iPhone. The image here is just for illustration.
Make sure your iPhone and your computer are on the same Wi-Fi network. Open up your favorite browser from your computer and a link will appear. Right-click the link and save the backup file to a location in your computer.
Go to Preferences tab and select “Wi-Fi Transfer” row under “Backup or Restore” section.
Then tap “Start Restore” button.
Make sure your computer and your iPhone are both on the same Wi-Fi network. Then open up your favorite browser from your computer and point the IP address that appear on your iPhone. The image here is just for illustration.
Click “Choose File” and locate the backup file that you have saved to your computer earlier on, then click Submit.
This shows that your backup file has been uploaded to iPhone successfully. You need to go back to your iPhone to continue your restore.
Tap on “Ok” button to continue restoring your data.
A “Restore Completed” message will appear to acknowledge a restore is successful.