New answers tagged ipod
Since there was obviously nothing out there in the wild I got bored after a couple of beers and pulled this from half of our environment. The list really does clean up a lot better as a CSV separated out by Device Type / Generation / Communication Type. iPod 4th - 96T, CP7, CP9, NQY, T75, T77 iPod 5th - 4K4, FCJ, MJF, 4JR iPad 1st Wifi - Z38 iPad 1st 3G - ...
iOS-based devices: iPad (3rd Generation) (Wi-Fi + 3G CDMA) - NQV iPad Air 2 (Wi-Fi + Cellular) - 5YN iPad mini Retina (2nd Generation) (Wi-Fi) - CM9 iPhone 6 - 5MG iPod touch (5th Generation) - 4JR iPods (pre-iPod touch): 5th Generation (Late 2006) - V9K, V9P, V9M, V9R, V9L, V9N, V9Q, V9S, WU9, WUA, WUB, WUC, X3N (complete list per Apple) 5th ...
As someone's said, the square button that says 'automatically fill space with songs' has to be ticked. I spent two hours trying to work out what was going wrong before finding this answer on here. The labelling of the button is misleading - iTunes only puts the songs you have ticked on your device, it doesn't randomly fill the whole thing.
I had the same problem with my iPhone (3rd gen) and iPod Touch with Pandora. Cured both with simply powering off, waiting about 30 seconds then powering back on.
Either close the error popup box or click on "Continue without scanning". You can ignore the error. You do NOT need to factory restore your iPod. The reason is probably that you didn't safely eject your iPod the last time you disconnected it from your computer. Safely eject is basically that your computer stops using the memory in the iPod. Before you ...
If you click on the blue message that says 'problem with this drive'. It should then come up and say 'scan and fix recommended' or something like ignore or continue below it. Click ignore/continue and the ipod should just connect to itunes like normal.
You need iTunes to restore an iOS device. It doesn't have to be your computer—any computer from friends/family will will do. If Find My iPhone is enabled on the iPod and the iPod is connected to a Wi-Fi network, you can log in to iCloud and erase the iPod. Once the iPod is erased, you can sign in with your Apple ID to deactivate Activation Lock and set up ...
I'm not 100% on this but I think you can use something like this software called iBrowse that will allow you to view files from your Mac or PC. Assuming the recording is not somewhere in the restricted portion of the file structure, you can get it from there. The file should be .AAC format. Another way, again assuming you have access to where it was saved, ...
I've never disconnected my iPod without safely ejecting it. I got the "There's a problem" message and trouble syncing it. I tried a lot of different solutions that I found on the web. Here's what worked for me: Uninstalling and reinstalling iTunes. It sure beats having Windows try to scan and repair an Apple device (which I tried, but it didn't work).
You cannot put them onto your iTunes account, but you can put them into your iTunes Library with iExplorer or iFunbox.
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