Hey, everyone! Here's the latest with my iPod Touch. I continue to be confused and need a little bit of tech support.
I tried looking at the help menu, but apparently, the online guide for iPods Touch is not online. Instead, it's in a handy eBook format, that you can download to your iPod Touch and read.
Now I feel bad for all the people who want to check tech support, because their iPods can't download eBooks. They're basically out of luck.
There are two problems with my iPod right now. The first problem is that my iPod screen is filled with apps that I never use, such as "stocks" and "notes". I don't need to check the stock market, and typing up anything on the iPod takes forever. Those are two apps I'd like to get rid of right away.
But for some reason, the iPod refuses to let me get rid of those apps.
Speaking of apps that won't go away, I have some phantom apps now. They didn't install correctly, so I had to delete them. But for some reason, even though iTunes says they're completely gone, the apps are still there, on the screen. They're like phantoms; they're grayed out boxes that don't do anything, ever.
Oh, wait, they do one thing. Because they weren't properly installed, and they think they're still installing, they cause the iPod to ask for my password every two seconds or so. Fun!
I think the only way I can get rid of these phantom programs is by doing a system reboot on the iPod, which will delete unimportant data like save files on any games I downloaded. No biggie, really.