I lost my 3rd-generation iPod Touch. How can I find or remove the personal info on it? The password feature was disabled at the time I lost it. Is there a way to activate Find My iPod or wipe out the data on it?

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In short, it is, unfortunately not possible to activate Find my iPod on a device that is no longer in your possession.

If Find My iPod was actually enabled, you can go to www.icloud.com and login to your Apple ID to see more information on the device and to set it so that the data is erased after being connected to the internet (if it wasn't already). If you log in to the iCloud web portal and the iPod isn't shown, then it was likely not enabled. In this situation, it would be impossible to activate it.

Remember, either way, the iPod must be connected to the internet in order for any changes to be made.

  • Thanks bassplayer, your response was helpful.I will check that out.
    – Fisho
    May 22, 2013 at 21:23

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