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reviewed Reviewed Why does my iPad screen feel sticky?
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reviewed Reject What does it mean when an iMessage doesn't say “Delivered” nor “Not Delivered”?
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comment iPod doesn't appear in iTunes after being used as Windows hard disk
Good! Glad it works for ya!
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answered iPod doesn't appear in iTunes after being used as Windows hard disk
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reviewed Approve Kindle not connecting to iPhone Wifi hotspot
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comment iPod doesn't appear in iTunes after being used as Windows hard disk
Are you trying to access the iPod from iTunes in OS X or iTunes on Windows? The question is a bit confusing, as you didn't specify which, but it seems like you're on OS X?
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revised iPod doesn't appear in iTunes after being used as Windows hard disk
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revised Notification Center iOS7 bug?
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reviewed Approve Installing two DDR3 SO-DIMMs as non-matched pairs in a MacBook
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revised What advertising network is this?
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comment How do I turn off push notifications without turning off notifications in iOS 6?
What I outlined above should work.
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comment Changing Mac Folder Icon
There is mdls and xattr, which gets and sets file attributes respectively. However, when I did mdls on a file that had a custom icon, the attribute kMDItemFSHasCustomIcon returned null. How comfortable are you with Terminal commands?
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comment Changing Mac Folder Icon
I'm pretty sure there's no .plist file for that. The information is stored directly in the file's metadata. You may be able to use an OpenMeta editor to edit it, but a cursory search didn't turn up anything useful. OpenMeta is an open standard, so theoretically it could work.