iPod Touch Deficiencies

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by pforbes, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. pforbes macrumors newbie

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    I am extremely frustrated with my recently acquired iPod Touch and its included software.

    As my most faithful and constant companion Palm Pilot has not only out-grown it's usefulness but is now beyond Support, and is now in the hands of hp or whoever they are, and as I'm a MAc head, I decided to replace it with an iPod Touch.

    However,
    I can't get iBooks to properly open books I already own;
    epubs are blank,
    pdbs are refused and
    pdfs are illegible

    I can't get photos back to my PowerBook

    I can't get my Palm Calendar imported

    I can't get my Palm Memos imported or linked

    I can't get my Palm To Do List imported or linked

    I was hoping that the transition from my old Palm to an iPod would be less troublesome than it has turned out to be.

    Is there ANY way anyone can help improve this process, PLEASE?
     
  2. supermassive macrumors regular

    supermassive

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    Palm? Isn't it the so called PDA from the last century?

    Why did you expect that the transition would be possible at all?

    You can not transfer your photos back to a powerbook? Wait, isn't iTunes 10 required for the iPt 4G? And since iTunes 10.x requires OS X 10.5 which is not available for powerbooks, how did you activate your iPod at all?

    You post a help-request without even specifying your hardware. I doubt that anyone can help you unless you get more precise.
     
  3. tubemonkey macrumors 6502

    tubemonkey

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    How is he supposed to know what information someone will need to answer?

    When someone helpful comes along, they'll ask for the required info.
     
  4. supermassive macrumors regular

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