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Ipod classic didn't work? Would the Ipod 4th gen (click wheel) work?
Dec 9, 2015Hey, So, my father has agreed to give me the ipod 4th gen and I couldn't be more thrilled. However, I do not want to build sandcastles just yet! I tried connecting an ipod classic to my mac and the itunes did not not recognise it. Do you think I'll face the same problem on this? Is there anyone who has been able to find a hack as to how to make an ipod 4th gen (click wheel) work seamlessly? I would be very very thankful to you, if you can. Thanks!https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7366497?language=en
iPod Updater 2006-01-10
Sep 2, 2011 iPod Updater 2006-01-10 includes iPod Software 1.1 for the new iPod, new iPod Software 1.1 for iPod nano, new iPod Software 1.2.1 for iPod with color display, new iPod Software 1.4.1 for iPod mini, and new iPod Software 3.1.1 for iPod with Click Wheel. iPod Updater 2006-01-10 contains the same software versions as iPod Updater 2005-11-17 for all other iPod models. Download the iPod Updater 2006-01-10 for Windows. New in iPod Updater 2006-01-10: - Support for the iPod Radio Remote for iPod with video and iPod nano - Bug fixes for iPod with video, iPod nano, iPod with color display, iPod mini, and iPod with Click Wheel System Requirements - Macintosh or Windows PC with a USB port (USB 2.0 recommended) - Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later - Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 or Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later - iTunes 6 or later - iPhoto 4.0.3 or later recommended for Macintosh - Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0 or Elements 3.0 or later recommended for Windowshttps://support.apple.com/kb/DL404?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Identify your iPod model
Feb 26, 2016 iPod touch iPod nano iPod shuffle iPod mini iPodhttps://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204217
iPod for Windows Updater 1.3
Dec 21, 2012 About iPod for Windows Updater This is the last version of iPod Software for iPods without dock connectors supported with MusicMatch Jukebox software. If you are using iTunes you should get the latest iPod software here: http://www.apple.com/iPod/download. iPod for Windows Updater 1.3 includes: Audio playback and user interface improvements. Increased playback time on scroll-wheel iPods. Longer stand-by time for all iPods. Last-minute information about iPod Software 1.3. Changes since 1.2: Audio playback and user interface improvements. Increased playback time on scroll-wheel iPods. Longer stand-by time for all iPods. iPod users with any version prior to 1.3 should upgrade to 1.3. iPod Software 1.3 is compatible with touch-wheel and scroll-wheel iPods without a dock connector. For questions regarding MUSICMATCH Jukebox (included with iPod for Windows) see http://wwws.musicmatch.com/faq/MISC020.htm. For more information about iPod go to http://www.apple.com/support/ipod.https://support.apple.com/kb/DL729?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
iPod Software 1.3.1 Updater for Mac OS X: Information and Download
Dec 13, 2010 This document contains information about the iPod Software 1.3.1 Updater for Mac OS X and a link to the software download. This updater installs iPod 1.3 software on your iPod. Install this update if you have an original or second-generation iPod (all iPods without a dock connector) with iPod software 1.2.6 or earlier. If you install this update and your iPod requires updating, the iPod Software Updater opens and allows you to install iPod Software 1.3 the next time you plug in your iPod and open iTunes. For more information about iPod, go to www.apple.com/support/ipod. About iPod Software Updater The iPod Software Updater has two functions, update and restore. Update: The Update command downloads new software to an iPod. The Update command may be disabled if the iPod does not need to be updated because it already has up-to-date software. Restore: The Restore command returns an iPod to "factory fresh" condition. It erases and reformats the iPod before downloading new software. WARNING: The Restore command erases all of the music and other data currently on the iPod. Using iPod Software 1.3.1 Updater If your iPod requires updating, the iPod Software Updater will open the next time you plug in your iPod and open iTunes. You can also update to iPod Software 1.3 manually by following the instructions below: Open the iPod Software 1.3.1 Updater in Applications/Utilities. If the iPod is not connected to the Macintosh, plug it in. Click the lock icon in the iPod Software 1.3.1 Updater window and enter your admin password. Click Update or Restore. If you choose Restore, you will see a message asking if you are sure you want to perform a software restore. Restoring iPod's software erases all of the music and other data currently on the iPod. After the update or restore is complete, choose iPod Sofware 1.3.1 Updater > Quit to quit the application. For help with downloading, see Software downloads: Formats and common error messages. All software available from this site is covered by a software license agreement included with this software. Keywords: kipod kbdload kmosXhttps://support.apple.com/kb/DL1228?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
MainStage 3: Mod/pitch wheel screen controls
Apr 15, 2016 Mod/pitch wheel screen controls When you add mod/pitch wheels to a layout, by default they are configured to receive the following MIDI message types: The first mod/pitch wheel is configured to receive pitch bend messages. The second mod/pitch wheel is configured to receive modulation messages. The third mod/pitch wheel is configured to receive aftertouch messages. By default, modulation and pitch bend screen controls pass through the MIDI messages for their common use—that is, mod wheels pass through MIDI modulation messages, and pitch bend wheels pass through MIDI pitch bend messages. In most cases this is desirable so that you can use them for their standard functions without any additional setup. If you want to use these screen controls to control other parameters, choose “Do not pass thru” from the MIDI Thru pop-up menu in the Screen Control Inspector.https://support.apple.com/kb/PH13470?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Vintage and obsolete products
Mar 8, 2016 Vintage products are those that have not been manufactured for more than 5 and less than 7 years ago. Apple has discontinued hardware service for vintage products with the following exceptions: Mac products purchased in the country of Turkey. Owners of vintage Mac products may obtain service and parts from Apple service providers within the country of Turkey. Products purchased in the state of California, United States, as required by statute Owners of vintage Mac products may obtain service and parts from Apple service providers within the state of California, United States. Owners of vintage iPod products in the state of California may obtain service from Apple Retail Stores or by contacting AppleCare at 1-800-APL-CARE. Owners of vintage iPhone products in the state of California may obtain service from Apple Retail Stores or by contacting AppleCare at 1-800-APL-CARE. For products purchased in France, see Statutory Warranties of Seller and Spare Parts. Obsolete products are those that were discontinued more than 7 years ago. Apple has discontinued all hardware service for obsolete products with no exceptions. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products. All Apple Retail Stores and the Canadian, European, Latin American, and Asia-Pacific operating regions follow the U.S. product list, but make no distinction between vintage and obsolete. When applied to Apple Retail Stores and these operating regions, products on the U.S. vintage list (all models) are considered obsolete.https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201624
Pages for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Control-click
Feb 17, 2016 Control-click Press the Control key on your keyboard as you click an item on the screen to open a shortcut menu of commands, options, and settings.https://support.apple.com/kb/PH23070?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Pages for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Command-click
Feb 17, 2016 Command-click Press the Command key on your keyboard as you click an item on the screen to open a shortcut menu of commands, options, and settings.https://support.apple.com/kb/PH23071?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
VoiceOver (El Capitan): Click or double-click the mouse
Sep 30, 2015 Click or double-click the mouse Use VoiceOver commands to simulate mouse clicks. Make sure the mouse pointer is on the item you want to click. If you didn’t set the mouse pointer to follow the VoiceOver cursor (in the Navigation category of VoiceOver Utility), you must move the VoiceOver cursor to the item, then press VO-Command-F5 to place the pointer on the item. To click the mouse, press VO-Shift-Space bar. To double-click the mouse, press VO-Shift-Space bar-Space bar. You can use Mouse Keys to control the mouse pointer (except when the NumPad Commander is enabled). Select and deselect items Drag and drop itemshttps://support.apple.com/kb/PH22531?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
the wheel appears every time i open safari
Jul 17, 2015the colored wheel appears every time and prevents safari from working on the internet. It does not happen when i use firefox. what can i do?https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7070372?language=en
Continually getting spinning wheel primarily when using Safari?
Apr 16, 2016My iMac has started to continually have the spinning wheel. From what I can tell, it is primarily when using Safari. Lasts for a few seconds, sometimes longer. When using Google Chrome it doesn't seem to happen. Just want to make sure it isn't something serious. Specs: 2.9Ghz Intel Core i5, 16 GB Memory with 3.11 TB storage; running OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.4. I ran EntrCheck and it came up with the following: EtreCheck version: 2.9.10 (261) Report generated 2016-04-13 18:13:42https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7531641?language=en
VoiceOver (Yosemite): Click or double-click the mouse
Dec 10, 2014 Use VoiceOver commands to simulate mouse clicks. Make sure the mouse pointer is on the item you want to click. If you didn’t set the mouse pointer to follow the VoiceOver cursor (in the Navigation category of VoiceOver Utility), you must move the VoiceOver cursor to the item, then press VO-Command-F5 to place the pointer on the item. To click the mouse, press VO-Shift-Space bar. To double-click the mouse, press VO-Shift-Space bar-Space bar. You can use Mouse Keys to control the mouse pointer (except when the NumPad Commander is enabled). Select and deselect items Drag and drop itemshttps://support.apple.com/kb/PH20026?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Putting iPod into Disk Mode
Feb 4, 2015
Before placing the iPod into Disk Mode, verify that it has a charge.
Reset the device by pressing the Sleep and Home buttons simultaneously until the display shows the Apple logo. This should take about eight seconds.
When the Apple logo appears, press and hold the Volume Down and Volume Up buttons simultaneously until the device enters Disk Mode.
Spinning wheel prisoner - help!
Oct 25, 2015Problem description: Was getting very slow with spinning wheel lasting longer for each new mouse click or button press. Upgraded to Yosemite OS, from 4 to 8 GB RAM, installed and then deleted CleanMy Mac after reading posts, and tried the most commonly listed performance improving tricks. It is now worse than ever, with the spinning wheel on for several minutes with each new button pressed or mouse click. It is a MacBook Pro - 13”, late 2011 with 2.4 GHz IntelCore I5, 8 GB - 1333MHz DDR3 RAM Ihttps://discussions.apple.com/thread/7127644?language=en
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