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To receive messages on your iPod, as long as the other person is using a device which is iMessage capable, they will be able to send you texts via iMessage. To set up iMessage: On device, go to Settings -> Messages Turn on iMessage Once set up, make sure you choose your email address as one that can receive iMessages (tied to your Apple ID) Have friend ...
Agree with @Tyson, updates do not require a password in recent versions of iOS, presuming you are signed into the App Store with the account that originally purchased (or acquired) the app. If you have multiple accounts, and each account has downloaded one or more apps, you are always going to be prompted for the password if the account that is signed in is ...
Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads
To use the App Store on your iPod 1st-gen, you will have to purchase the iOS 3.1 update for iPod Touch (1st Gen), which is $4.99. This link will take you to the App Store on iTunes which will allow you to purchase and download the software update. The App Store was released in iOS 2.0.1 for iPhone 3G, so this update is required.
Yes, the App Store exists as that was introduced with iPhone OS 2.0, however most apps on the store do not support iPhone OS 3.1.3 (the last version available for the 1st generation iPod touch). Emojis can be activated through 'emoji hack' apps on the App Store.
You can download apps for it, but it is now so old that it will only run iOS 3.1.3 so many newer apps & games will be unlikely to be supported. Emoji I think was added to the built-in font around iOS 5, so they will be unavailable. See http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/ipod/specs/ipod-touch-specs.html for more details
From Wikipedia: "A stylus designed for resistive touchscreens will not register on capacitive sensors. Styluses that work on capacitive touchscreens primarily designed for fingers are required to simulate the difference in dielectric offered by a human digit." http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitive_touchscreen#Capacitive For those interested, here's ...
I had this happen when I ran a beta version of iOS (8.0 beta 3 iirc). A reboot sometimes fixed it, but it kept coming back. The next beta fixed it for me. Try rebooting, and check your accessibility options for greyscale (I have it in the triple-click home button menu, which I guessed was the culprit). Try disabling all accessibility options. If you really ...
On the new Apple stores, for iOS 7.0 and 8.0 I think, at the top there is an option to switch between "iPad only" apps and "iPhone only" apps.
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