Take a pause and update your Seed4.Me App today! The major update of our Network is coming. Old Seed4.Me app versions may stop working in a few days! Unlock more websites, bypass strong firewalls, encrypt every bit of information with a single click of a button. It was a hard task, which took quite some… Read more »
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The IP address in Seed4Me VPN App keeps updating and through certain time the pop up shows up with message: The server is unreachable. Try reconnecting. If the problem continuous, verify your settings and contact your Administrator. If you have the same problem, simply follow these steps to resolve it:
If you are not at your computer, or simply prefer to sidestep refund via iTunes, you can still request a refund using any web browser (e.g. Safari). Follow these next simple instructions 1. Go to Apple’s problem reports page: reportaproblem.apple.com. 2. Login with your Apple ID user name (typically your email address) and password.
Now it is possible to use single account on all your devices including computer. Pay once – use everywhere. Download Apps for iOS, Android or use automatic configuration for Windows.
Apple hasn’t built any links to problem reporting into the iTunes Store or App Store. However, you can go directly to problem reporting via your email receipt. Follow these next simple instructions 1. Launch Mail from your Home screen. 2. Search for “Your receipt from Apple” if it’s not immediately visible.
Follow these simple instructions below 1. Launch iTunes on either your Mac or Windows PC. 2. Click on your name at the top and in the dropdown and select Account Info.
If you’ve just upgraded to iOS 8 and noticed Seed4.Me VPN is asking for the password every time you open any application, here is a solution. Re-install VPN settings profile!
Sure, iPad and iPhone supports 3 different types of VPN: PPTP VPN L2TP over IPSec VPN + pre-shared key or RSA Cisco IPSec VPN Here are a bit more details: PPTP is the most popular one and supported by most of VPN providers. L2TP/IPSec has in general better encryption, but since most VPN providers uses… Read more »