Hey there. Alright, so I have an iPod Touch 4th Gen set up for Find my iPod. It works perfectly fine and that's awesome. But what I'm wondering is, I go everywhere with my iPod (excluding school) and I also have a four-digit passcode on it too. I know that for the Find my iPod app to detect where my iPod is, it needs Wi-Fi and as far as I know, you need the passcode to log in and then connect to Wi-Fi. If my iPod is locked and they can't log in to my iPod to connect to Wi-Fi, how exactly is Find My iPod going to help me track where it is? I would leave it unlocked, but I sort of feel "insecure" doing that and plus, they could easily remove the Mail account which enables Find my iPod to work (which I'm pretty sure I could disable editing Mail accounts with Restrictions, but still. That's not stopping anyone who uses my iPod (not necessarily steals it) from accessing my information). Of course it works perfectly fine on the iPhone because that uses a 3G connection so yeah. So pretty much my question is, If my iPod is locked and they can't log in to my iPod to connect to Wi-Fi, how exactly is Find My iPod going to help me locate where it is? Thanks!