- You can make an appointment at the Genius Bar of an Apple store and hear what they have to say.
- You should be able to get your contacts and calendar. Just log into iCloud.com.
- You can get some data from the iPod backup in you synced/backed up to iTunes (vice iCloud) by:
- You can also purchase or borrow another iOS device and restore that device from your iPod backup. If you restore via iTunes, the iTunes library has to have all the apps in it so the app data has a place to go. The iOS device you use has to have iOS 5.1.1 (or later).
thanks for the fast answer.
iCloud.com didn't work, I guess because I didn't set that up while I still had my iPod.
well the iPhone backup Extractor is pretty useful, thanks for that. But I set a password on my backup (no idea why, but I did it). Luckily, I do know what the password is. But the program doesn't yet support password-encrypted files. I probably should start a new question for this, but do you know how to remove the password from a backup?