[real-eyes] Re: How do I update my I Pod, and review of moble to me device finder.

Ok, I do have the latest version of I tunes, and when I did check for 
updates it did tell me there is version 3. something and did I want to 
install it. I followed the prompts and I assume it's installing.

did you here the sound that  a  u s b device makes when it's plug in and 
unplugged during the update?

How long should this take via a u s b 1.0?


Jose Lopez, President
Lopez Language Services, LLC

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jim Ellsworth" <jellsworth1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <real-eyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2011 7:25 AM
Subject: [real-eyes] Re: How do I update my I Pod, and review of moble to me 
device finder.


> Jose,
>
> You will first want to make sure that you have the latest version of 
> iTunes
> or you probably won't be notified of the update for your iPod.  The latest
> version of iTunes is 10.2.1.  If you have this version all you should need
> to do is plug in your iPod and it will prompt you about the new update for
> your iPod and then you just go through the steps that follow.  I strongly
> suggest that you make sure that iTunes does it's update separately before
> updating your iPod.  Once I did both at the same time and had to recover 
> my
> iPod and even then voice over wouldn't talk.  I got it working again but 
> it
> was a scary experience.
>
> Thanks,
> Jim
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:real-eyes-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> On Behalf Of jose
> Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2011 8:20 AM
> To: real eyes list
> Subject: [real-eyes] How do I update my I Pod, and review of moble to me
> device finder.
>
> I need step by step instructions on how to update my i pod touch. I 
> already
> have installed i tunes on my pc.
> also while looking around on i tunes I found this thing called mobile me
> find my  i pod touch.
>
> You can get to it on your I device by going to settings,  mail and 
> contacts,
>
> and then to add a new account. you will see mobile to me as a button, 
> double
>
> tap it and follow the prompts. it would of taken me about 1 minute to
> install it, however just for grins I read the  ULA.
> what it does and why you might want it.
>
> Just as the name says, it will help you find the approximate locassion of
> the I device. it works with  the I pod and I phone,  didn't see the I pad 
> on
>
> the list.
>
> In any case it's real simple to install, and best of all it's free.
>
> Just note that apple and it's other  companies can see where  your i 
> device
> is too.
>
> However even with out the  mobile to me installed, Big Brother can find 
> your
>
> device if they want to.
>
> This is just a way that  u can find it yourself. Note that the mobile to 
> me
> site will show your device on a map, so you will need sited help to see
> where the device is.  this is not intended  as an emergency locater 
> service.
>
> However I bet there is an app for that  on the I store.
> ttyl.
>
>
>
>
>
> Jose Lopez, President
> Lopez Language Services, LLC
>
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