New answers tagged ipod-touch
I'm a n00b so can't reply to your comment, but can hopefully give some more details in this answer. Yes, the battery on the 4th gen touch (assuming that's the correct model) is soldered to the board. It would be interesting to know what Target did, as Apple don't do actual repairs on iPods - it would have been replaced like-for-like under their warranty. ...
It appears that if you upgrade to iCloud Drive, you won't be able to sync any game data with your iOS 8 devices. As an upgrade to iCloud Drive will no longer allow your older iOS 6 iPod to view or edit Documents in iCloud (which I assume includes game data). Source: this MacRumors forum
The easiest way is to just dump everything into iTunes and sync the iPod with it. Is there a particular reason you can't do that?
My first guess would be 'not possible'. Any other consideration aside, how could it play a song that wasn't in iTunes in the first place? You can drop m3u playlist files to iTunes, which will create new playlists in iTunes, but as far as I'm aware, the corresponding mp3 files must be present in the same folder for it to work. iTunes, as far as an iPod is ...
I'm guessing you sync your iPod with iTunes. If that is the case, once you plug in your iPhone for the first time, you will be able to choose which songs or playlists you want to put on your iPhone. iTunes is the central hub. You can put it's music on up to 5 of your devices so yes, you will transfer the contents from iTunes to iPhone.
Yes it is certainly possible. You need to sync your iPod via iTunes on your PC. All purchased apps should then appear in iTunes. You can then transfer them from iTunes to your iPhone. Additionally, I recommend syncing with a computer regularly to ensure you have a backup of all your data. You are backing up right? Here is Apple's support documentation ...
Connect the device with the app to the PC with a USB cable. Right click on the iPod and select "transfer purchases" Once the app is on the computer, then connect the iPhone. Set up that app to sync and you should be done.
No, there isn't such a tweak which allows to add them just to some songs. Only for the whole app.
Normally, your iPod will load the previous messages. That's from my experience...
No, once Find My iPhone has been removed, the device cannot be tracked. However, I believe you are underestimating how difficult it is to remove Find My iPhone from a device. To log out an iCloud account with an active Find My iPhone service, you need to enter the iCloud password, which would require them to have this information. Furthermore, restoring ...
You can't add new music to your iPod if you haven't synced your iPod with your iTunes before and yes, all your music would be deleted from your iPod and be replaced with the iTunes-library. But what you can do is, you can use a software to copy all your music etc. to your Mac and than you can sync it with this Apple Mac. I used iMazing(formerly DiskAid) ...
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