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I found this extremely frustrating as well. I spent an hour trying to record a silent ringtone in GarageBand but it consistently delivered noisey ringtones despite no sound on the track. I was about to give up when I thought someone else besides us must have been annoyed and figured it out. A Google search yielded the silent ringtone below. I tried it and it ...


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I would try and go on contacts and try to send a message from there. Also, you could always use a font app and send a text. (It worked when my iPhone did the same thing)


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As often happens the solution was just to reboot all the things. In this case it eventually turned out that the DSL modem (which is also the router) was the culprit.


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You just have to go to the following link, and press the "Delete album" button: https://buy.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZFinance.woa/wa/offerOptOut Edit: More info can be found on this official link from Apple.


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All the answers so far seem to lead to some 35 dollar purchase - for what is all probably the same software in different wrappers.... It can be done for free, quite simply & easily. Get Documents Free from the iTunes store. This can enable disk use on an iPod Touch. [untested, as I don't have a Touch, but well documented, established software & 4* ...


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That recently happened to me but the way I fixed it. I went on Settings> General> Usage> [The app you want] then delete app. Then go onto the home screen and the app should be just a blank white icon with lines going across it. Hold onto it and you should be able to delete it by tapping onto the 'x' button. There you have it! You could reinstall it to use it ...


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In theory, the answer is no. Activation Lock is designed to make bypassing it impossible. However, this page claims to be able to bypass activation lock using some questionable mojo. Use at your own risk. Alternatively, take the device to Apple with proof that you legitimately purchased it, and they should either be able to unlock it for you, or help you ...


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Actually you can get the BT Stack needed to connect to pc but only if you jailbreak your iPod Touch 5Th gen. you can do this simply with pangu and iOS 8.x and you just search for BT Stack in Cydia and install that and you should be good to go.


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Your iPod is very similar to an iPhone. However, there is one major difference - it does not have the ability to send and receive cellular. Any kind of video chatting with an iPod requires WiFi. You may be able to communicate with Bluetooth also; however, what I have read it can only go between to Apple products and has very little range.


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I had a similar problem with an iPod Touch. It went info DFU mode, and could not find the iTunes server, and was throwing up errors. It all began to work again once I shut down both the Mac and the iPod, restarting both. Some sort of I/O or USB issue I suppose. YMMV


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Can you play the songs on iTunes? The exclamation mark means iTunes can't find the file associated with that song. Maybe you moved it or it was deleted, or it lived on another hard drive. The solution is to locate the files for your songs first, and then either re-import them into iTunes or re-link them in iTunes. More information here: ...


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I was having issues using Handbrake for my iPod Touch 2nd Gen. The trick was going to the Video tab and setting... H.264 Profile: Baseline H.264 Level: 3.0 I also set the max width to 720 on all my videos, but unsure how big the can be.


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Hold the home button until the phone displays the "Connect to iTunes" icon.


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While I can't find you documentation describing the exact hardware differences of each carrier's iPhones and iPads, it is to my knowledge that all Apple devices are relatively the same across the board, save cellular hardware. However, Apple is known to source different components from different manufacturers, but there is nothing I can find to determine ...


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Use DeTune :) http://download.cnet.com/DeTune/3000-2141_4-75289028.html This way you can transfer music from all iPod, iPhone.


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Try doing these steps. Open Settings>General>Scroll down to restrictions>Enter the code when it asks (if you don't know follows instruction #2)>Scroll down to FaceTime and make sure the toggle is green. Now if you don't know the code go to iCloud settings, scroll down to Find My iPhone and disable it by pressing the toggle and entering your password to ...


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you should try these: (it didn't work for me because im from the united arab emirates) Try opening Settings > Restrictions > FaceTime. If it didn't appear then try checking carefully between messages and maps, if it's not there then... Last time I tried to install an application on the App Store, I searched for my app store by swiping down (works for ...



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