|Feb 10, 2013, 01:06 AM||#1|
iPod Touch syncing issue
Backstory - iMac 09 HDD replacement program. So I ported all of my files etc... to my MBP before the iMac went into Apple.
Now, I played around with Apple Configurator a little while ago and completely forgot about it, so I set up a profile to lock the iPod's syncing to only one computer (the iMac). As the drive was wiped (I backed it up to my MBP only - stupid me!!), I cannot remove the profile from the iMac, even with Apple Configurator installed (I definitely cannot do it on the device itself).
I really want to back the device up to iTunes and get some ripped CDs onto my iPod.
Is there a way to remove the config file somehow??? This is really annoying. Thanks....
MacBook Pro with Retina Display (15", 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) - iPhone 5 (Black, 64GB)
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