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Posted almost 6 years ago

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I've lost my iPod and I'm getting a new one. My step-sister say's that she'll look in America for cheaper one but I'm not sure if an American iPod would work on a British computer/laptop. Any advice?


Posted almost 6 years ago
I think any iPod would work on a British laptop. There is no difference between American iPods and British ones. They're all iPods.

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Posted almost 6 years ago

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Okay. Thank you! Now to try and find my sister...


Posted almost 6 years ago

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Yeah, I don't think it would make any difference, so long as you set it up with British settings :3

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Posted almost 6 years ago

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"-Kat-" wrote:

Yeah, I don't think it would make any difference, so long as you set it up with British settings :3
Mmm. My dad already knows how to do that so that's okay.


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It should work definetly!

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Posted almost 6 years ago

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It should still work fine.


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Posted almost 6 years ago

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Well, considering both your computer and iPod were made in china, of course.


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"Vertigo" wrote:

Well, considering both your computer and iPod were made in china, of course.
I've never thought of that......


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"YumejiUsagi" wrote:

"Vertigo" wrote:

Well, considering both your computer and iPod were made in china, of course.
I've never thought of that......
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