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Tech Tips Live! April 27: Useful apps for your IOS and Android devices

Tech Tips Live! logoAndrew Kuehler will present “Useful apps for your IOS and Android devices” at 3 p.m., April 27 via Zoom. The apps he will discuss include:

  • Office Lens
  • Google Keep
  • Swiftkey
  • GroupMe
  • ASUS File Manager – This is the Android only app

Join the session at ksu.zoom.us/j/738417925 a few minutes early so you don’t miss any of the discussion. Visit the Tech Tips Live! website for information about the series and to view videos of previous sessions.

XcodeGhost iOS virus and what you need to know

A couple of weeks ago, it was discovered that some apps in the iOS app store had been infected by a virus called XcodeGhost. Information Technology Services has discovered some infected iOS devices (iPhone, iPad) on the K-State network. As these devices are identified, their access to the K-State wireless network is being blocked. If your IOS device has been blocked, go to the IT Help Desk in 214 Hale Library so that they can assist you in cleaning your device and requesting the network block be removed.

Apple has removed the infected apps from the App Store, but some of these apps may still be installed on iOS devices. For more information, see Apple’s XcodeGhost Q&A (Chinese version).

iPad user meeting May 14: More about Office 365 mobile apps

iPad logo (small size) used by State TodayBy Mary Hammel

Join the iPad User Group as we continue our April discussion of Office 365 mobile apps. The meeting is noon-1 p.m. Thursday, May 14, in 21 Bluemont Hall. This event is open to all K-Staters.   Continue reading “iPad user meeting May 14: More about Office 365 mobile apps”