Apple Recycling Program
You can recycle it and receive a 10% discount on a new iPod. This is not only profitable for you and apple, but also a responsible way of deposing it.
Apple often achieves a 90 percent recovery rate by weight of the original product.
This can only be done on a mac:
Connect your device to a Mac
Open Xcode, go to Window->Devices in the title bar
Click on your device from the sidebar
Click 'View Device Logs'
You don't need to be enrolled in a developer program to be able to do this. To this on windows you'll probably need some sort of virtual machine/hackintosh
I would try to fix it, sell it, or recycle it. In that order.
Try looking into fixing the iPod if your up for the task, since like you said there should be nothing really wrong with it other than a super dead battery. Probably the only thing you would need to buy to fix it is a new battery and a few simple tools to aid in opening the case. I recommend ...
In the Finder in Mac OS X, press Command-Shift-G to Go to folder. Type /Volumes. This will take you to the “Volumes” folder. If your iDevice is mounted as a drive, it will appear here. You can select it and press Command-E to eject it. If it does not appear here, it is not mounted as a drive, and you can simply unplug it. Note that it may or may not appear ...
Place the electronics that contain a lithium based battery in the shade and keep windows open a crack. If possible, place the vehicle in the shade or use light or reflective colored windshield shades to reduce the heat that stays in the car.
Usually the trunk (or a well insulated bag) will lag the passenger compartment many tens of degrees and warm up ...
If you're 100% convinced it's broken, you can try one of the 75 tutorials listed here.
Otherwise, there’s always the Apple Recycling program for iPods. It won't cost you any money and I'm sure Apple will find a way to reuse your iPod.
You do have a 5th Generation iPod touch, and it's the 16GB model.
If you check out Apple's website for current-generation iPod touches, specifically the "tech specs" page, you'll see that there are two types available today. The left one (the one with no metal circle on the bottom-left of the back) is the one you have.
On your Usage page, you have two ...
Yes. You can use your iPod/iPad/iPhone without Internet.
As long as whatever you are doing doesn't require an Internet connection, you will be fine.
For instance, if you are listening to music that you sync'd from your computer or downloaded from iTunes, it will work. You can even play a number of games without an Internet connection.
Huh! So I asked an Apple representative, but they didn't know. I also asked Sennheiser and they finally got back to me. Apparently the i300 are exclusive to Apple (as I suspected), and although they look very similar to the MM70i, they're apparently closer in sound performance to the cheaper MM30i.
So basically, the Apple exclusive Sennheiser i300 are ...
All iPhones and iPods with the Lightning connector use USB 2.0. From Wikipedia:
The Lightning connector … provides an interface to USB 2.0 (for data and charging)
Also, if you look the USB end of a Lightning cable, it doesn't have the additional pins for USB 3.0.
There is actually no point to having USB 3.0, since the flash memory in iPods and iPhones ...
here's how I solved the 5-second-light-no-charge issue.
You will need some patience though.
Plug your 4th Gen Shuffle into a high-power USB port (preferable the stock wall charger). Wait until the red light goes on and than off. Unplug. Repeat continuously until the light doesn't go off, which means the Shuffle starts charging. It took me about 15 minutes, ...
Yes. This is a scam. You are 100% safe to close your safari tab to get rid of this message and absolutely nothing will happen. Many scammers provide fake instructions which will tell you what to do to give them access to your device, or make you give them money or personal details too, without you realising.
In this case, due to the web address, it appears ...
Here's our setup:
iMac x 1 (wife's primary computer & used by the kids)
MacBook Air x 1 (my primary computer)
MacBook Pro x 1 (wife's)
iPhone 4 x 2 (wife's and mine)
iPhone 3G x 1 (Younger Daughter's, used in airplane mode)
iPod Touch x 1 (Older Daughter's)
iPad 2 x 1 (mine but can be used by all when it's at home)
Apple TV ...
Do you have two-factor authentication enabled on your Google account? If so, you may have to create an application-specific password for the YouTube login.
It certainly does't come with the same ones at the iPhone, which are characterised by the 3 button inline controls & mic
Checking with a touch I bought recently, it seems it came with just plain old earphones.
Previous models of the shuffle had the full inline controls on the headphones, but this was due to the lack of controls on the actual device. ...
There are several applications for doing this:
Yamipod is a freeware application that works on Windows, OS X, and Linux. It has a simple interface and looks very easy to use. There is a document on how to transfer songs from your iPod to your computer here. It is also an iPod manager and an alternative to using iTunes.
Transferpod is ...
I love the setting where you can only sync songs with the checkbox to one or more iOS devices.
Simple deselect the songs by plalist, genre, or as you find them and even if they are in a playlist or genius mix that would normally install the song on your device during a sync, iTunes will suppress those songs that are not check marked.
Older iPods mounted their filesystem however for operation with a host computer however iOS devices do not mount with a Mass Storage Profile and do not (natively) appear as mounted filesystems. Unless it is actively communicating with iTunes or some other application you can usually just unplug without a problem.
Coffee cups (with lid, of course)
The most flexible and cheap solution are coffee cups. These cups are usually designed to have insulating walls.
Insulation is the most effective way to prevent heat building up. You might want to prefer white cups, but it should not make much of a difference.
Apple discloses many of these informations with their quarterly reports. You'll find many sources discussing and analysing these by having a quick search in Google, but you'll also find the original announcements on Apple's website.
Have a look at http://investor.apple.com/
A listing of all press releases with quarterly reports can be found on this page: ...
Voice Control is still available on the iPhone 4S, unless you have enabled Siri in the iPhone preferences (listed under the General menu).
If Siri is disabled, holding the Home button will still launch the "classic" voice control, which does work offline, and also supports a whole lot more languages than Siri currently does.
figured it out, it could be that i did this in the old itunes and because it was years ago i forgot and that updating itunes reset every setting
anyway, here are the steps i followed
click on the icon in the top left hand corner and select show menu bar (or Ctrl + B)
click on View > Show View Options (or Ctrl + J (you may be able to skip step 1 but i didn'...