Are you facing any issue while making FaceTime calls on your 4th generation iPod touch? According to some iPod touch users, they are not able to make FaceTime calls due to a bug. Now the good news is that you can fix it on your iPod touch 4G. The Cupertino company has released iOS 6.1.5 to fix FaceTime bug. This version of iOS is available only for iPod touch 4G users. The company has recently released iOS 7.0.4 to fix this issue for iOS smartphone and iOS tablet users, but iOS 7.0.4 is not compatible with iPod touch 4G.
You will be able to make FaceTime calls properly after installing the new version of iOS on your iPod touch. This is really a great news for iPod touch 4G users who are facing difficulty while making FaceTime calls. The new version of iOS is 848 MB in size. It is recommended for all 4th generation iPod touch users. You don’t need to pay any money to download iOS 6.1.5. This firmware is not available for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPod touch 5G. If you are using one of the above devices, then you have to install iOS 7.0.4 in order to fix FaceTime issue.
If you are planning to jailbreak your iPod touch, then you should not download iOS 6.1.5. It is not jailbreakable at the present moment. The new version of iOS is available for free of cost. If you are using old version of iOS on your iPod touch, then you must install iOS 6.1.5. You may be able to jailbreak it in next year. It is expected that soon the hackers will be able to release a jailbreak tool for this firmware. The new version of iOS can be downloaded from the link given below.
- Download iOS 6.1.5 for iPod touch 4G