Setting the Passcode Lock on an iPod touch

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You want the data on your iPod touch or iPhone to remain private in case your is every lost or stolen. To protect the data on an iDevice, you must enable the built-in Passcode Lock. The Passcode Lock …

You want the data on your iPod touch or iPhone to remain private in case your is every lost or stolen. To protect the data on an iDevice, you must enable the built-in Passcode Lock. The Passcode Lock is “off” by default, but setting the Passcode Lock is simple.

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  • 1. “Locking the Door”on an iPod touch: Enabling the Passcode Lock mLearning Pilot Project Franklin & Marshall College http://mlearning.fandm.edu
  • 2. Protecting your Information You want the data on your iDevice to remain private in case yours is ever lost or stolen. To protect the data on an iPod touch or iPhone, you must enable the built-in Passcode Lock. The Passcode Lock is “off” by default. Setting the Passcode Lock is simple. Start by selecting Settings, then General.