lajackson wrote:I am only seeing the first screenshot, not the second. I have a 2nd Generation iPod Touch, so I will never have the iOS 5 option on this device. I hope they have not accidentally obsoleted a whole bunch of us who do not always go out and get the latest and greatest hardware.
And if they have, I would like to know how to get the old .ipa file back onto my iTouch. I still have it. I just don't know how to restore it, or if iTunes will even let me.
Yeah, the second screenshot is of some verse that I highlighted and put notes with before I updated to the new software. So, I'm pretty sure that you would get the same thing if you had marked up your scriptures.
I'm also pretty sure that you can restore your iPod to a previous backup. It is in the options somewhere. I had to do it once when I updated my iPod to a newer version, and it didn't go too well (it deleted several apps' information). So I searched and found a way on iTunes to restore your iPod to a previous backup.
Now, if you did that, you would loose any information that you've put in the iPod since the last time you plugged it into your computer. Just making sure you're aware of that.
Good luck with that! I think I might do the same and wait for a notification from the Gospel Library people about them updating their software to work with our old iPod touches.