To enable a screen lock passcode in iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices, Please follow below steps.
Open “Settings” in the iPhone or iPad
Go to “Touch Id & Pass code” option
Tap on “Turn pass code on”
Enter a code
Re enter code
Make sure data protection is enabled
Details are below:
1. Open Settings
Open settings app and scroll down where you see Touch Id & Passcode selection. Tap on Touch Id & Passcode.
2. Tap on “Turn passcode on”
3. Enter a passcode
Enter a six-digit numeric passcode. Or tap Passcode Options to switch to a four-digit numeric code, a custom numeric code, or a custom alphanumeric code. Make sure to write down the passcode somewhere in a safe place.
4. Re enter pass code
Type again the same passcode to make sure there is no typing errors.
6. Make sure data protection is enabled.
Go back to Touch Id and Passcode screen and then go the bottom of the screen to verify if data encryption is enabled or not.
P.S: Having a passcode lock in the iPhone, iPad and iPod automatically enables data encryption in the device.
While uploading a large theme file to wordpress, you may see error saying “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini”. Follow these steps to increase the php file upload settings.
Go to PHP installed location in Windows (For example: c:\program files (x86)\PHP\v5.4). See below image illustration.
Locate php.ini text file
Open the file in Notepad
Search for a word “uploads” and go to “File Uploads” section
Change the upload_max_filesize value to 64MB. See below image illustration.
Restart IIS Webserver. See below image illustration.
Can’t turn off your passcode or change passcode settings?
Passcode settings might be unavailable, gray, or dimmed. If you can’t change these settings, it might be because you’re using a configuration profile or MDM profile that requires a passcode. This is common with business or education devices. Contact your IT administrator for more information.