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The only thing I can currently think of would be swapping out the cable at this point and seeing if performance improves. You've tried on different computers, so that kind of rules out fault with the PC/Mac. It has to be something with the iPod, and the cable is the first thing I'd check.
It should be, is for sure in iOS6 and will ever be encrypted in future iOS versions. I doubt you can bypass the code. However there is a securityleak in iOS 5 (since you have 5.0.1) I think you should check out this post online The post contains this video, on how to bypass the lock. I hope that will help you out rather than changing the code via iFile.
actually you do not need amplification. Simply use an adapter like the FiiO L11 (or another cheap 30-Pin > Line-Out + USB-Power-In) an you´ll be amazed: The sound will be way louder and way, way better than the one from the headphone-out. Trust me, I made an A/B-comparison with A=adapter and B=Headphone-Out, both connected to the Line-Ins of an DJ-Mixer and ...
Set the media Kind to Audiobook in iTunes and re-sync.
Ah, found what I'm looking for. I originally searched for "40 pin power injector" and didn't get any obvious good hits on Google. But it turns out I should have searched for "30 pin power injector". CableJive dockStubz+ seems to be the product I was looking for.
I think you have the wrong idea here. The 30-pin connector for an iPhone has power and data ports. Your car clearly is not serving power to the power port of your iPhone connector. To do this manually, I'd recommend taking a look at the link below. It is based on giving power to a VGA accessory in order to power up the iPhone with this same plug. You are ...
There's no such way to do that, actually. So, you have two possibilities: Adjust the tempo before add the podcast on your phone (using Audacity or something similar), you can have a look on this Super User post to understand how to do it. Convert the podcast into an audiobook format. You can adjust the actual velocity of your audiobook going into "Settings ...
You need to select that you don't want a payment option on your account. Open Settings → iTunes & App Stores. Tap View Apple ID → Payment Information. Select None as the payment type.
I picked up an official Apple Lightning -> 30 pin adapter (that set me back $40), and I couldn't get the treadmill to play video from my iPod Nano. The treadmill recognizes that I've plugged in an iPod, but then when I try to browse, it doesn't show any of the video that's loaded on the device, and I can't play anything on the monitor. I've confirmed with an ...
Usually, iTunes will automatially backup your iPhone when you sync with iTunes. If you have the backup, then you can recover deleted notes on the iPhone will be easily: Here are the steps: Click the "File" menu and select "Devices" > "Restore from Back up". Or Open the iOS device's "Summary" tab. There are two ways to access this: Click the device ...
On Device Go to Settings > General > Reset. Then select Erase All Content and Settings More information about erasing content can be found here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2110 Using iTunes Put the device in DFU mode: http://theiphonewiki.com/wiki/DFU_Mode Then simply restore the device using iTunes.
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