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When iTunes is set to automatic sync, the program will attempt to sync the library with your iPod automatically whenever you connect the mobile device to your computer. While this automatic sync makes it easy to keep the iPod up to date with your latest information, you can also choose to sync only
IPod personal audio devices originally required a set of wired headphones for listening to loaded audio files. You can connect a Bluetooth device to your iPod if it is equipped with Bluetooth functionality. Most iPod models are Bluetooth-capable. Add wireless headphones in minutes, providing more fl
Sales of eBooks jumped over 100% from January 2010 to January 2011 with millions of books sold. With this new market exploding, you might want to know how to read the books on the devices you already have, like your Android phone. There are several formats and markets for buying e-books with Android
You can use an iPod to move music from one computer to another by using the flash drive inside the iPod as a removable storage device. To do this, you will need to first turn off automatic updates on the iPod to prevent iTunes from overwriting your files when it syncs. You can then copy music to the
When the iPod Video was first released, it was a huge breakthrough in portable media players. With the release of the iPhone, iPod Touch and video-capable iPod Nanos, the iPod Video took a backseat and became the iPod Classic. With Apple's 2010 iPod refresh, the iPod Classic is the last remaining me
A soft, or even a hard, reset does not reset your iPhone 3G to factory settings. That is called restoring your iPhone. A soft reset keeps all of your data on your phone and restarts it, similar to restarting a computer. Soft resetting the phone is when you tell the phone that you want to turn it off
Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner adds new security and convenience options. Learn how to set up and use Touch ID here.
As smartphones become more popular, the activities that individuals perform while on the go are becoming more complex. Most smartphones, like the iPhone, now have web browsers that can perform just as well as a web browser on a desktop computer, which opens the door for mobile online stores. If you'
Apple released the iPod nano in late 2005 to replace the iPod mini. It was a midsized personal audio player, larger than the iPod shuffle but smaller than the iPod classic or iPod touch. In 2009, the iPod nano entered its fifth generation, acquiring a larger screen and a few new features.
If you drop your iPhone on the sidewalk and don't have a protective case, it could get scratched. Fortunately, most superficial iPhone scratches can be polished out with fairly standard household items, such as toothpaste or Brasso. You can also purchase a special iPhone cleaner called iDrops, desig
Storing iPod earphones must be done in a specific way to avoid damage to the earphones. Simply wrapping them around the iPod can subject them to wear when placed in your pocket, which can slowly remove the rubber around the earpieces. They can get tangled or lost when disconnected from the device. S
The iPhone 2G, named for the wireless network it accesses, was released in 2007 and was the first product in the successful smartphone line. Becoming familiar with the phone's features and specifications will help you get the most out of the device, which was manufactured specifically for AT&T's wir
Screen sharing capability is built in to the Mac. With it, you can access a remote Mac's desktop, and view and manipulate files, folders, and applications, just as if you were sitting in front of the remote Mac.
Although the iPod Touch does not have the ability to connect to a 3G network, it can access any available wireless network as long as Wi-Fi is enabled on the device. The 2.2 software includes the iTunes Store and App Store applications, which allows you to download media or applications directly to
Apple's iPhone gives users the ability to keep track of all their vital contact and event information, in addition to serving as a phone, text device and media player. Along with running the plethora of applications offered by the iTunes store, the strain of all of these functions sometimes causes i
Having always-on Internet on your iPhone is great when you're home. But when you're overseas, if you're not careful, it can lead to phone bills in the thousands of dollars.
With your Windows 7 computer configured to share specific folders, you are ready to access the folders from your Mac, by using your Finders Sidebar.
For the most part, iPods don't overheat the way computers do. They don't require fans or any special cooling devices. However, it is important to protect your iPod, especially in hot weather, to make sure it stays cool. Though iPods are very durable and can generally withstand temperatures from 32 d