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iPod - Uncapping Volume, Ipod Classic


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Has anyone yet found a program to uncap the EU Volume restriction on the New iPod classic?

I've tried GoPod but it doesn't yet recognise the classic & the low volume is really starting to annoy me, it's so quite. I use it when travelling to work & I litterally cant hear it over the noises of the bus!

Just wondered if anyone yet has found anything?
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Yeah I thought my new Nano seemed quieter than my previous iPod. Will it be possible to fix?

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Sorry to bump this up but the volume cap is getting really annoying now. Does anyone know of anything?

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