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Ok, found it. Involves jailbreaking the ipod but to my surprise this has become totally trivial over the years. So, if anyone needs a DLNA renderer, check out intelligentShare UPnP AV Renderer... So far works perfectly using BubbleUPnP on my Android Phone as Controller, playing from my music library on a NAS running twonkyserver!


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You could delete the duplicate playlist from the iPod, but the actually music files shouldn't be duplicated anyway. Nevertheless, if you would like to delete all stored music (not including what's in the cloud), you can (on your iPod) navigate to Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage (For Device Storage, not iCloud) > Music > Edit and tap delete next ...


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The obvious things you can change are several: Turn off Siri - that is a sledge hammer to make sure you never do things by voice. Turn off FaceTime - that also is a sledge hammer in that you can't use FaceTime normally. Turn off the device or move it a) out of voice range if you allow "Hey Siri" b) out of arm range if you keep both 1 and 2 on from above.



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