How tight is your security on your ipod touch?

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  1. Unreal Boy

    Unreal Boy Member

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    Just wondering how tightly secured you keep your ipod (like passcode and such)

    In my case, i have:

    -4 digit standard passcode
    (i have it set to erase all data after 10 failed attempts)

    -6 digit code lock on all apps

    What about you?
  2. LilCrazed

    LilCrazed New Member

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    thats pretty bad not even worth the 10 fail attempts =O
  3. twigster9

    twigster9 New Member

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    I put on the standard 4 digit passcode. It got stolen though. The bad thing is that all of this "security" can be undone by DFU + restore.
  4. higuys

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    i doubt people would care about what's on your ipod, all they want is the unit itself, which they can just restore.
  5. NeSEncHo

    NeSEncHo Active Member

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    Eh... nothing. No passcode, nothing..
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    B2TheEYo New Member

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    +1 jlocalled

    I got nothing for security on mine, no need I figure...

    "Oh no they'll be able to listen to my music and read my dippy little reminder notes!"

    =P
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    ZaidKoya New Member

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    i have a passcode on my ipod, and the passcode is 4 digits that no one will EVER think of, and i also have my ipod tracked with findmyi (a tracking app from cydia). and also it requires passcode immediately.
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    Eh, I used to just keep a 4 digit code, but that got annoying so I took it off. Lol.
  9. Cydia Fan

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    I have absolutely no security on any of my devices.
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