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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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You can't. The API that the app uses is to be turned off and will no longer be able to be used to provide information to the app, thus making the app non-functional.


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I had the same problem. It was because my iPod was synced to a library on a different computer. I had to resync with my current computer. The iPod will only sync with one iTunes library. In iTunes, select your iPod and synchronize.



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