Updating 3g nano firmware manually
Whether you use i Tunes or update wirelessly, you'll have the same amount of free space on your device after you update.
If you can’t update wirelessly on your i OS device, you can update manually using i Tunes on a computer that you trust.
If your computer is using Personal Hotspot on the i OS device that you’re updating, connect your computer to a different Wi-Fi or Ethernet network before you update.
Apple doesn't release updates to the software that powers the i Pod as often as it does for the i Phone, but you should install i Pod operating system updates whenever they're released.
i found out a website ( Pod/firmware/ ) which lets me download the firmware directly from Apple's website .. the link for the newest update it told me its here:
sorry for my bad english : P a) If you're hapy with your i Pod's performance, there's really no need to update.
If you see an error message while trying to update your device wirelessly, learn what to do.
I bought my Ipod Classic 80GB from UK around December having firmware 1.0.3 .. a) is that really worth updating the firmware to 1.1.2 ??apple_i18n = ; jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); jive.i18Msgs(); var jive Membership = new jive. Main(); var picker Args = ; var jive Move Content = new jive. Main(picker Args); var jive Thread To Doc = new jive. Main($j.extend(, picker Args)); var jive Lock Thread = new jive. cuz i google and found out some users faced some difficulties or their ipod crashed after updating b) i have a dialup connection which has kinda slow downloading speed so i cant switch ON my laptop on for 6 hours to download any firmware for my i Pod.So can i download it manually and install the updates?
b) The server in your link is run by Akamai, an Apple partner; the downloaded file looks OK.