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Unfortunately, it would not appear at all if they did a root hardware restore (basically some jailbreak methods). There is a possibility (as tron_jones points out) that you must use a password in order to turn off Find My iPhone, but if the person was skilled in iPhone theivery, they will know how to restore the phone without this. If they are not, they ...
Go to Ap Store and check for pending updates
When you reset you basically restarting the hardware and the device reloads the software. When you delete you remove all the data from the device. Though to solve your problem I would suggest you try the following: Use iTunes to Restore your iPod to factory default. Once complete reload your content. when you restore you erase the device completely and ...
I think you should talk with somebody with access to that API, an Apple Hardware Developer. The program is called MFi Program. As I know, there is no easy go on that, as they keep things really private. And it costs a lot of money per year to have access to hardware details. But I hope, you can find some info out there, google harder.
I dont't know if this is what your're looking for but anyways. Momentarily it is a work in progress. I hope we'll get some info soon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f8aUUHrHKc P.S. I am not affiliated with this, I was just looking for it.
If it's on a MAC OS X push option on your keyboard and click on the Restore button on itunes
You can use iMazing. Used it before to copy old photos from an iPad and it worked great!
Use iFunbox or try iExplorer to attempt to get all data off of the device. It will have encrypted file names, but the metadata will remain. In other words, in iFunbox, find the iTunes_Control folder in the root file system, then right click music and click copy to my computer. In iExplorer, go into music, then press Control-A then Control-C (paste it in ...
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