Live in Florida 1 1/2 years. Lived in PA before that. The map on the IPOD TOUCH will not recognize Florida. It maps exactly where I lived in PA. Just purchased the unit a 3 weeks ago. Apple says it a wireless router problem, they say it's an apple problem.
Re: Live in Florida 1 1/2 years. Lived in PA before
The iPod Touch does not have a GPS unit. It relies upon the names of known wireless access points in the area. They use a 3rd party (company) to keep this database. They may have mapped your wireless in the home to your old address. This, unfortunately, is the best it'll get until they put a GPS in it.
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<p>As one of the desktop media players available today as an
alternative to iTunes, MediaMonkey lets you transfer music, videos and other
content to manage their iPod devices including the iPod Touch. However, MediaMonkey
does not come installed with all drivers and other software components needed
to recognize the iPod Touch. Therefore, you need the latest version of iTunes
installed on your computer if you use your iPod Touch with MediaMonkey. <br />
<p>1. Download and install the latest version of iTunes on your
computer. The software, available free from Apple's site contains the software
components needed for a program on your computer, including MediaMonkey, to
recognize the iPod Touch. You do not have to keep iTunes open while using the
iPod Touch with MediaMonkey, but you should have downloaded and installed the
program. <br />
<p>2. Connect the iPod Touch to your computer using the USB
cable machine white. Close iTunes, since that opens up when you do this. <br />
<p>3. Release of MediaMonkey. Scroll down the browser on the
left and note that the iPod Touch now appears in My Computer. <br />
Remove control panel cover (4 screws in back up top) Place roach traps inside, the kind that will kill the colony. I lived in Florida for a spell so I know of what you speak. Also, sprinkle boric acid - from the drugstore - around the bases of the cabinetry.
1. Reset or restore your iPod for a try, this can fix many general iPod problems.
2. You may try this iTunes alternative, I always use it to upload music and video to my iPod once my iTunes can't recognize my iPod, my friends recommend it to me, it's safe and works pretty well, you can also use it to copy music and video from ipod to computer for backup, it's useful when you lost your iTunes library.
3. Update your iTunes to the latest version. Plug in your iPod. If iTunes can't recognize it, then in iTunes in the top left corner click help> run diagnostics. On the box that comes up, check the last two things. Click next and it should identify your iPod. I got this method from Apple technical support. Hope it helps. Contact me if you have any other question.
1. Hold down Sleep/Wake button and Home button together, until the iPod touch powers off. Once the iPod touch turns on again, let go of the Sleep/Wake button about 1 or 2 seconds later, still holding the Home button. Once plugged in to your computer, iTunes will recognize the device is in Recovery Mode. You can now restore which will set the iPod touch back to factory defaults, thus removing the passcode.
2. Open up iLiberty+ and other the Other Tools tab select Enter DFU Mode. Your iPod touch will be recognized as in Recovery Mode by iTunes once you plug it in, at which point you can restore through iTunes. This will wipe the passcode as you're setting the device back to factory defaults.
3. Open up ZiPhone and select Prepare for Upgrade. You're iPod touch needs to be plugged in to your computer before doing so, and once you select that option iTunes will recognize that your device is in recovery mode. You can now restore through iTunes which sets the device back to factory default thus removing the passcode.
Your ipod can go into paper weight or brick mode after dropping it or exposing it to moisture ie. water. Look down the headphone jack with a flash light and see if the little rectangular water sensor is white or pink. White means that your good and pink means the water sensor has been triggered and the unit has been exposed to excessive moisture. Here's the kicker- Apple's 1 year warranty does not cover water damage so your fu.kd. But if your still within your year warranty or you got an extended warranty, then just take the thing back to the Apple store and exchange it out if the water sensor is not pink.