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Without using an iPod that supports HD movies then no. You are correct in thinking that it is tied to the device Apple thinks it is on. Source: See Update at the bottom
answered Jan 22 '11 by Megan Walker
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These should really be seperate questions - one for the iTuensU, one for the track playdate. As for iTunesU issue, when you plug the iPod in there is a tab for iTunesU - you may need to check that t …
answered Jan 22 '11 by Megan Walker
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There is no way to prevent this permanently, automatically. For each individual purpose, you can contact iTunes Music Store customer support, and as them to remove the SD version from your downloads …
answered Jan 22 '11 by Megan Walker
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I have a 4th generation iPod touch. I used to sync it with my old Windows computer and everything worked fine. I then switched to a Mac, and followed a procedure for porting my iTunes library over. T …
asked May 6 '11 by Megan Walker
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At home we have two iTunes accounts. We do not wish to share our purchases as, for example, we have very different tastes in music. We are looking to purchase an AppleTV that we can both use to strea …
asked Mar 22 '12 by Megan Walker
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I have a POP based mail account from my ISP. What I need is a way to say "If the Subject contains XXX then do not download it from the server". This was simple in Windows Mail, but there doesn't appe …
asked Apr 1 '11 by Megan Walker
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You could get gcc for MacOSX from Apples Open Source site: http://opensource.apple.com/release/developer-tools-40/ It doesn't come with any instructions though. (I think gcc is suitable, please feel …
answered May 8 '11 by Megan Walker
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Currently, on a 64-bit Mac (such as >=10.8) with Java 7 you cannot use Java Applets in Chrome. Java 7 is 64 bit only, and as such requires a 64 bit browser. Chrome on Mac is currently only 32 bit. T …
answered Dec 22 '12 by Megan Walker
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You can use either port, the limitation is that only one USB port can provide this higher power level. If you try and charge two iPads at the same time, only one will get provided with the higher powe …
answered Aug 31 '12 by Megan Walker
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I found I had deleted a file I needed to keep, so I used the File Vault icon in the top right, and selected "Enter Time Machine". After successfully restoring the deleted file from a snapshot from se …
asked Jul 28 '13 by Megan Walker
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Now that Perian is closing its doors (and thus ending support), I'd like to know if there are any alternatives to Perian - specifically alternatives that add Quicktime support for more filetypes (and …
asked Aug 31 '12 by Megan Walker
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I've resolved this before (grey icon, no sound) by resetting the PRAM. Turn off your Mac Turn on your Mac Hold Down Cmd-Opt-P-R Keep Holding until you have heard the startup sound twice Apple Supp …
answered Feb 12 '13 by Megan Walker
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I not sure why it does it every time, but the 'optimising' is basically shrinking their dimensions to the iPod screen size, thus saving space on the iPod. I would therefore assume that it does it eve …
answered Jan 22 '11 by Megan Walker
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Even though you aren't telling it to remember devices, you can remove any 'permanent' assignments by following this guide. This should list all the devices for which it remembers Host vs VM assignment …
answered Jun 22 '12 by Megan Walker
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The only information I can find on this is from an FAQ / blogpost entry A: Trim Enabler patches a native OSX Trim driver, which works in the background even when the app is closed or removed. This …
answered Apr 8 '13 by Megan Walker

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