iPod to iPhone

carson

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I did a search but could not find tha answer. I have an ipod and just bought an iPhone. To activate and sync my iPhone do I have to delete my ipod profile or settings?
 

Dragoro

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not as long as you want to use that profile.
 

dwcerra

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:laugh2:Nope, Your computer is smart enough to recognize 'what' is being synched to it. I have both an iPhone and an ipod. Whenever I connect one to my mac it recognizes which devise it is and I sync/update accordingly.


I did a search but could not find tha answer. I have an ipod and just bought an iPhone. To activate and sync my iPhone do I have to delete my ipod profile or settings?
 

scandalex

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:laugh2:Nope, Your computer is smart enough to recognize 'what' is being synched to it. I have both an iPhone and an ipod. Whenever I connect one to my mac it recognizes which devise it is and I sync/update accordingly.
What he said. :)
 

acosmichippo

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yep, iTunes even works with multiple devices of the same model (ie 2 iPhones, 5 ipod nanos, 3 ipod shuffles, etc).
 
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First post here. My iTunes does not recognize my iPhone? What to do? Thanks.
 

Lincoln

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Nope. Have fun.
 
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are you on a PC or a Mac? Is your phone charging?
I am on a PC (Laptop actually) and yes, myphone is charging. My daughter's ipod works on the same laptop and iTunes automatically recognizes her ipod. The only feature the PC recognizes is the iPhone camera. Thanks for helping.
 

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I am on a PC (Laptop actually) and yes, myphone is charging. My daughter's ipod works on the same laptop and iTunes automatically recognizes her ipod. The only feature the PC recognizes is the iPhone camera. Thanks for helping.
I had the same problem a while ago. I'll send you a Private message with how i fixed it so as not to hijack the thread.
 

CoolRemo

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Did anyone heard about ipod touch can convert into iPhone? One of ma coworker was mentioning about it. I'm not sure how that works.
 

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Did anyone heard about ipod touch can convert into iPhone? One of ma coworker was mentioning about it. I'm not sure how that works.
Can't happen. Unless you install a speaker, a mic, a receiver and the hardware to make it call and to inset a sim card. Also install 2 antennas.




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john.ngai

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There is actually a sleeve that will enable to the iPod to become a iPhone, made in china of course but, it seems to do the job.


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There is actually a sleeve that will enable to the iPod to become a iPhone, made in china of course but, it seems to do the job.


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There is no possible way except if you do what I listed above. It's internal hardware too, not external


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john.ngai

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The external hardware is actually built into the sleeve, there is such a thing existent, google it or search for it on YouTube, a colleague of mine has one!


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The external hardware is actually built into the sleeve, there is such a thing existent, google it or search for it on YouTube, a colleague of mine has one!


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Ok, what's it called? A sleeve? Or is there a specific name?

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