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You'll require internet for iMessage. And you can have access to internet through WIFI or 2G/3G/4G on any of the device. Thus if you can access a website you can use iMessage.
No - iMessage works over any viable network connection. Assuming you are on an iPod touch, since WiFi is your only viable network, then it follows you need WiFi, but it's not a limitation of iMessage as much as it is of your hardware. iMessage works fine over ethernet, cellular data equally as well as WiFi.
iMessage doesn't have the concept of a contact list like you might have had on Windows Live Messenger, AIM or Skype. It operates like traditional SMS. If someone has your number or email address, they can send you a message.
hold the power button and home button at the same time until the white apple logo appears be patient whenever this happens its a minor glitch in the iOS
If it's working now, it sounds like a software bug. I'd go ahead and update it iOS 6.1.6, the latest version that the 4th Gen iPod Touch supports.
I had 3 app's in my update page of my iphone6, but nothing would happen when I attempted to update them. Apparently the page was not requesting sign-in information and restarts wouldn't fix it. What eventually worked was to go to a page in the app store that required a sign-in, like wish-list, then sign-in on the update page. This last step had no effect ...
To turn the device off hold to "Power" button (Top of the device) until a slide to power off screen appears - Press it and slide your finger across the screen. If this fails, try holding down the 'Home' button with the 'Power' button for 10 seconds, the device should be off now. If not; Try this: Go to the Settings app, General, Tap Accessibility Then ...
Normally, to shut down an iPod touch: Hold down the Sleep/Wake button on top of the device. (NOT the Home button on the front.) Use the manuals link below to find the manual for your device. Then "slide to power off" when prompted. I suspect you may be holding down the Home button, which invokes the Voice Command. From Apple Support: How to restart ...
reset your setting then make sure your Bluetooth is not on. This worked for me. Or just try the Bluetooth first!
HAHA!! I figured it out! You have an album titled "Recently Deleted." Once you delete a photo or video, it is saved here for up to 40 days (usually 30). On your device, go to Photos--->Albums--->Recently Deleted. Then, tap "select," select each photo (annoying...), tap "Delete" and confirm. Done! http://help.apple.com/icloud/?lang=en-us#/mm6aa648d5aa
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