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How do I take care of my iPod Touch

The best way to the life of your iPod Touch is to expand and take care of. With the proper care of your iPod is not just bigger, but will perform better in day-to-day. Taking proper care of your iPod Touch is not difficult, but you should be well treated if you want the most out of it.


1. Keep your iPod Touch in a temperate climate. The iPod Touch cannot be used below freezing F (0 º C or 32 ° F) or above 95 degrees (35 degrees C).


2. Keep your iPod touch dry. If your iPod touch gets wet, pull, twist it out with the Sleep / Wake button. Towel dry the iPod, and then, if you are afraid that the water seeped in, place your iPod in a bag of uncooked rice.

In the next 24 hours will help the rice absorb the moisture in the electronics. After 24 hours, remove the iPod touch and experience.


3. Turn your iPod Touch and remove the cables. Dampen a soft, lint-free cloth, like the kind used for cleaning glasses. Clear iPod Touch. Use only clean water. Leave your iPod to air dry. Clear the screen of your iPod touch regularly for fingerprints, smudges and dust and dirt more.


4. Take your iPod Touch into an iPod repair facility certification if you suspect that your iPod needs repair. According to Apple, the iPod Touch contains no user serviceable parts. "

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Expanding partitions does not make your hard drive bigger..it just rearranges space.

The best solution in this case is to purchase a bigger hard drive for your laptop.

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