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No, unless you logged into find my iphone with the apple ID


Your device is most likely Activation Locked. In order to remove the previous owner's Apple ID, you should try to get in contact with them and arrange to have them remove their ID from the device. Activation Lock is an anti-theft feature, so if you do a factory restore in iTunes, you will be prompted for the previous owners Apple ID password when the device ...


Not unless your Apple ID has been logged in for use with Find My iPhone. Chances are this hasn't happened, since the iPod can only be associated with a single Apple ID at a time for the purposes of device registration and Find my iPhone.


For all conversion tasks, I like to recommend Handbrake. There are versions for MacOS, Windows and Linux, and its use does not involve messing around with command lines.


You can convert those MOV Videos and other by a lot of Video Converters Out there in the Internet. E.g. VLC, Miro, and many more http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=mov%20to%20wmv But keep in mind converting to WAV gives you an Audio File. I recommend you to convert in either WMV (Windows Media Video) AVI (Audio Video Interleave). But it can be even simpler if you ...


Videos recorded with iOS (your iPod 5) have the extension "MOV", but they are normal "MP4" (containing H.264 and AAC). Which means that you can change the extension to "MP4" and they will be playable on Windows. In this case (recorded on iOS and with the extension "MOV") it is not necessary to convert these files. Same for "M4V" and "M4H" (other extensions ...


I just wanted to chime in with a completely alternative answer. The data locking cable is really neat, but if you're really concerned, don't use a charging station. Get a battery case, Or a battery pack. Or both. Naturally, be sure to be on top of recharging them when you're in a safe place.

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