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It worked for me and I am way impressed! I read so many posts that suggested resetting the router or the shared secret, which strikes me as an absurd solution to a solving the problem of a single device on a network malfunctioning. As a network manager, I don't want anyone who suggested that working for me, let me tell you! I do want the person who came up ...


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You could try, the windows only application, MediaMonkey (mediamonkey.com). This may help you as it used to be able to get around the itunes media controls... I have not used it for a while, so it may have changed (or Apple may have changed something to stop MediaMonkey from working as it used to). With MediaMonkey you may be able to save the music already ...


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In my experience, it’s usually Apple’s servers causing the delay. Sometimes it can take a few hours to receive, and/or requires multiple resend requests. The quickest way to resolve the issue is by Contacting Apple ID support directly. That said, they do have a support article for your issue: If you didn't receive your Apple ID verification or reset email. ...


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To help explain what the numbers mean here is an extract from the Wikipedia S.M.A.R.T. article: Reallocated Sectors Count (Reallocs): Count of reallocated sectors. When the hard drive finds a read/write/verification error, it marks that sector as "reallocated" and transfers data to a special reserved area (spare area). This process is also known as ...


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It's been a while since I've done this, so I don't recall the exact steps, but you can mount the drive of your iPod on your desktop, and then run diagnostics such as Disk Utility on it.


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Backup your iPod to your computer rather than iCloud. iTunes will do that for you, see the "Back up using iTunes" section here http://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT203977 There are also third party tools that may help if iTunes fails. I used TouchCopy, and it worked well. http://www.wideanglesoftware.com/touchcopy/


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TouchCopy is a another good option for this, it's one of those programs I only need once in a while, but when I do need it, I find it invaluable. TouchCopy will show you music that’s on your iPod and not on your computer. Simply select that music and copy it to your iTunes. Then resync your iPod to iTunes. Pretty simple really!


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downlaod an app called tinyumbrella on your computer when its done downloading click on the question mark button on the right it will say get out of recovery mode click that and you are done


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You must be part of the MFi program (which covers iPod, iPhone and iPad) to access technical communication specifications for those devices. The MFi Program is intended for hardware developers who wish to develop electronic accessories specifically for iPhone, iPad or iPod*. Companies, organizations, government entities and educational institutions are ...


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After home sharing has been enabled on the desired devices and the main iTunes library, open up music on your device (iPhone/iPad) Down the bottom click on 'More' and then 'Shared' and select your main library. This library then loads to your device which can be shared over your local network.


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This problem occurs is most frequently because you didn't safe eject the device (in this case, your iPod) from your computer. The message will continue to appear every time you plug in your iPod until you click it (the message), and then click "Scan and fix". Windows will run a program called CHKDSK in the background, which will fix any problems with your ...


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It always needs a Password for all Installs to protect you, or in case of App Store to identify you and your account. You could change that settings but I would not advice that. If it is your Apple ID then you can recover the password using the https://iforgot.apple.com/password/verify/appleid It will send you a email to the account you used allowing ...


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For all it's worth, I have ran the command line in Terminal with a few devices. iPhone 4: iPhone: Version: 3.20 iPad 2: iPad: Version: 2.10 I have a 3GS somewhere but I can't find right now. I'll edit my answer if/when I find it. My wife has a iPhone 4S and a friend has a 5, I will try to also update once I get to run it.


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Unfortunately, you can't. The latest iOS that the original iPod touch can run is 3.1.3 released February 2010 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_iOS


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One approach would be to wipe the iPod (Touch, I assume?). Obviously doing so will erase all of those photos, any music, you have on the device, as well as all of your apps. You do this by going to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. If it is a new enough device to have iCloud backup, you could always disable photos, before ...



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