You already set your daily transfer limit to whatever amount that is above RM1000 by using a browser and traditionally login to Maybank2u website. But somehow your Maybank app transfer limit on your smartphone is RM1000.
It is not because the app does not recognize your daily limit set in your Maybank2u (website) account. It is because the app has an additional setting that needs to be configured in order to remove that limit.
Here is how to remove the Maybank app transfer limit.
Make sure to register Secure2u in the Maybank app
Done. Yes, that’s all.
Here is a video from Maybank on how to register Secure2u on Maybank app
After you register Secure2u for your phone, the app will remove the RM1000 limit and it should be in sync with the daily limit that you have set in Maybank2u (website). The RM1000 notice that appear when you on transfer tab will disappear.
What is Secure2u?
Usually when you want to perform a transaction using either the Maybank2u website or Maybank app, your phone will receive an SMS containing 6-digit TAC. Then you manually have to type in those digits in order to proceed with the transaction. This provide an extra layer of security above the password entered to login into the website. For example, a person who knows your password still would not be able to perform a transaction unless he also has your phone with him.
Secure2u will add another 2 options for approving transactions. First is by using Secure Verification. You just tap “Approve” on the app when it asks for an approval before a transaction is made. Second is by using Secure TAC. It is just like the SMS but the 6-digit TAC number are generated on the app, so no more waiting for SMS.
If what I explained above still is not enough, you may proceed to Maybank website about secure2u by using the link below
Does it work for you? Let us all know in the comment section.
Are you a Divi user? When your site is loading, the top content of the page is moving up and down until it finds the final position to sit quietly? Is it annoying? Well, let’s fix our Divi jumping header.
I found that there are a lot of Divi users who are experiencing this problem too and just can’t find the remedy for the frustration. You can have a look at the comment section of this post from Divi Space on how to fix this very problem. I tried the suggestions but those never fixed my website.
So how did I fix my Divi jumping header?
Go to Theme Customizer > Header & Navigation > Primary Menu Bar > Set background color to a solid color. Any solid color without any transparency. This quickly fixed the jumping header issue on my website.
But I want to color my header with transparency
One temporary way to style your header is by using style.css in your child theme folder. Open your stylesheet and use “#main-header” class.
Who says you need thousands of dollars to get an education? Well, that may be relevant back in the days but not anymore. Knowledge should be free and accessible for everyone. EVERYONE! Maybe the service of spreading the knowledge should not be considered free, maybe, but the knowledge itself should. No one should “own” knowledge.
Khan Academy! That’s where we should go. Well actually the whole Internet universe is sharing its knowledge with the whole world but Khan Academy took it to the next level. At the academy, you will have video instructions and then followed by some exercises to put those still hot knowledge into practice. Just like what we experienced before back in schools. The only difference is we are learning all of those online instead of attending physical classes. While learning these subjects, I get to experience a new style of video instruction lessons. The video is “alive”. We can pause the video instructions and make changes real time to the video itself to see the effect or outcome instantly. I don’t know how to put this experience in words. The only way to know this is to try it yourself.
Codecademy is another great place to further learning about coding and programming.
I will update this post as I learn more. I will publish this post without waiting to have everything in it first.
After over 3 years of usage, my Lumia 920 battery life is still great. I still get almost a day out of this monster. Why monster? Because it has no phone case attached but it has no scratch or any cosmetic damage over 3 years of daily usage. Of course, I am very careful at handling it. Despite of its plastic body, which is considered not up-to-date considering many of its competitors are using aluminium body, Lumia 920 does not disappoint me.
Anyway, enough of that. That phone can speak for itself.
So how did I maintain my phone?
The are a lot of articles online if you wished to read on but below are what I’ve done throughout the years. (more…)