Should I use my iTunes account in another iPod?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by DavidChavez, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. DavidChavez macrumors member

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    First I want to say that I didn't know in which section I should put this, I hope that this is the correct.

    Well, months ago I met a girl on school that was a friend of a friend, I talked her just because she has an iPod touch. When I first use her iPod I discovered that she didn't know how to use it. She only had music, videos and a few photos. She definitely had no idea of the App Store and jailbreak, so I told her how I could put some applications on the iPod, she accepted. I persuaded her to give me her iPod and take it to my home. Before anything else I want to make clear that I don't posses an iPhone/Touch, but I been downloading some free applications while I have one.

    So I took it to my home the iPod and I putted all the applications I had, even I made jailbreak. The problem is that now she’s using her iPod like if she had downloaded the applications and I’m concern because she still using my account, and when I get an iPhone my information or something can be violated?

    Please answer me, I’m desesperateeee!
     
  2. Cask Guest

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    If you didn't give her the password then you'll be fine. You can sync any number of iPhones or iPods with your computer/itunes accounts. She is not able to transfer anything from her iPod to anywhere else.
     
  3. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere

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    You're fine. If you didnt give her the password then she cant do much besides use the apps you put on. She wont be able to download or buy any apps or music. If you did go to itunes right now and change your password.
    Besides that it wont matter if you sync an iphone or as many iphones and ipod touches as you want.
     

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