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  1. shupau

    shupau New Member

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    hello to all,
    I am the proud father of a 10yr old daughter who happens to be the owner of a iPod Touch 16g thing-a-ma-gig. I have absolutely no idea how this thing works. All of a sudden she lost all her movies and music; "daddy, can you fix this for me" this web-site help me to get her back up and running thanks to the many of you's

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  2. Streetvision

    Streetvision New Member

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    now you just have to buy one for yourself
  3. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    Haha, I love how you call it a thing-a-ma-gig.

    You'd really love one if got one for yourself! They're pretty brilliant.
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    Actually you should get a 3G. :O

    They are uber brilliant.
  5. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    I agree with that actually. A 3G iPhone suits you better as an adult, because it's a phone which is professional and "more adult" in a sense, and has the same features as the iPod touch at the same time.

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