iPod touch Will upgrading my 4th Generation iPod Touch to iOS 6 over the air delete everything?

LOLZpersonok

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This is how I normally go about my updates on my iPod (Without physically connecting my iPod to my computer, and so far, it hasn't deleted anything) but since this is more of a "leap" I'm not entirely sure.

What I want to know is what will be deleted? I have apps that I don't want deleted along with songs I don't want deleted, especially since they're songs that I did not sync from my computer and therefore are not stored on my computer. I could of course, use iFunBox and back up all my songs but I'd be more sketchy on backing up apps since it would be more complicated.

And, I have some other questions. Would the update make my iPod slower? How about taking more space on my iPod (By making an increased partition size)?
 

LOLZpersonok

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Good to know there is no problems after you updated!
Enjoy iOS 6!
It made my iPod snappier that what it was when it was running iOS 5 which is pretty good, except for some reason my iPod doesn't always register double clicks and single clicks the way it should but I hope I can deal with that.

And the only thing the update did delete was my reminders :confused:
 
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Thetonyk123

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It made my iPod snappier that what it was when it was running iOS 5 which is pretty good, except for some reason my iPod doesn't always register double clicks and single clicks the way it should but I hope I can deal with that.

And the only thing the update did delete was my reminders :confused:
For home button calibrate it.

1. Open default weather app
2. Hold down power button until slide to shutdown appears
3. Hold home button until home screen appears

Should make your Home button snappier.
I don't know about reminders, I've never used reminders.
 
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LOLZpersonok

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For home button calibrate it.

1. Open default weather app
2. Hold down power button until slide to shutdown appears
3. Hold home button until home screen appears

Should make your Home button snappier.
I don't know about reminders, I've never used reminders.
Interesting, thanks!
 
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