Updating os on ipod touch
Next query...since I have the 3.1.3 software version would that be a first generation?
Also, I plugged it in my i Mac and it prompted it having updates that would take 7 hours -.
I can sync my i Pod Touch OK and during the sync, it seems to back-up OK.
After reinstalling i Tunes, there was one album with all its tracks missing, which always gave an error when synchronising.
But any time it does release an i Pod software update, you should install it.
These software updates include bug fixes, support for new features and the latest versions of mac OS and Windows, and other improvements. In some (not very common) cases, you may need to restore your i Pod to factory settings before you can update its software.
* Upgrading to the latest version of i OS software provides the latest features, security updates, and bug fixes.To ensure that you get the most from the apps installed on your i OS device, you need to update them.Some apps compel you to update to the latest version by preventing you from using them until they are updated.Didnt have a steady enough connection for that long and it kept needing to start over. the big time question is whether I will ever be able to download my i Mac music on the i Pod if it can't get the newer updates that I have on the Mac. It’s not possible to tell from the installed i OS version, but 3.1.3 is the first generation’s maximum i OS, not its original one.2. There are problems syncing a 1G with 3.1.3 with i Tunes 12.3As side note, 4.2.1 version will hit the 2nd generation 3.1.3 i Pod (if that is your device) with some performance degrade (depending your average use).Bought the i Pod with my i Mac in 2010 and didn't open the i Pod til now! You can sync music to it regardless of what i OS version is on it, except for Apple Music tracks.(141322)Since i Tunes said an update was available it seems you have a 2G i Pod. I've a testing MC086BT device on 4.2.1, and 3.1.3 is the best you can handle with the intended user experience for that model.