How does an accelerometer for the iPod touch work?

Answer The accelerometer inside the I-Pod touch uses three elements: a silicon mass, a set of silicon springs, and an electrical current. The silicon springs measure the position of the silicon mass by us... Read More »

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Does the Sony TDM-IP1 digital media port iPod dock work with an iPod Touch?

The Sony TDM-IP1 digital media port adapter dock is designed to connect your iPod 5G, 4G, nano and/or Mini to a Bravia home-theater system. There is no officially published compatibility with the i... Read More »

How does an accelerometer work?

Accelerometers use a quartz crystal mounted between a fixed point and a free floating mass. The mass puts pressure on the crystal and generates a tiny voltage (some work on resistance or capacitan... Read More »

The xchange app on iPod Touch does not work?

The app does in fact work for the iPod touch and just as well. The only issues you may experience is, if you have an older version of the touch, with pictures. To upload a picture of yourself you w... Read More »

Does greenpois0n work on ipod touch 2g mc 4.2.1?

No it only works with 4.1 and other firmwares.There are not alot of 4.2.1 jail breaks yet.