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1.) Go to SETTINGS next to your networks name there's a blue arrow click on that. 2.) Now turn ON auto-join 3.) Turn OFF auto-log in 4.) It Works!


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The 6th generation iPod touch has 1GB of RAM and runs at 1.10GHz according to Matthew Panzarino.


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Yeah auto-login was somehow turned on for me. Once I turned it off it worked.


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I had the same problem this morning and it was solved by turning off the auto connection and auto log in.


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This may vary slightly depending on what type of iPod you have, but generally if you want to delete arbitrary songs on the iPod (without having to modify any playlists etc. in iTunes itself that you are syncing from), you need to have the device set to "manually manage music" on the device Summary tab. Then, you select the device from the top bar when it is ...


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Plug your iPhone into either your Mac or Windows computer with your USB cord. Launch iTunes if it does not start automatically. ... Right-click your iPhone under the Devices list and click "Restore from Backup." ... Allow iTunes to restore your contacts based on the backup data.


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Mirroring iPod Touch 4th Gen Completely (homescreen and games) !! If you are jailbroken, then you can go into iFile and go to the directory: (/var/mobile/Library/Preferences) Then go to the plist named: (com.apple.springboard.plist) Open the plist up with the Property List Viewer and scroll down until you find the line labelled TVOutDiabled and turn that ...


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That's an option to enable : Settings > General > Usage > Battery Percentage


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There is no way for iCloud to connect to an offline iPod if WiFi is off. Maybe if Bluetooth is on, and you had a speaker or other Bluetooth device paired to it, roaming through the house with it may activate the link and give you an idea of where it can be.



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