Stop ipod from automatically updating
From there you will either need to re-enable the driver, update it manually, or restart the Apple Mobile Device Service.
The latest versions of i OS automatically remind users, frequently, to install whatever awaiting version of i OS is available for their i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.
This article tells you how to update the operating system on any version of the following i Pod models: NOTE: A version of these instructions would apply to the i Pod mini, too, but since that device is so old that likely almost no one is using it, I'm not accounting for it here RELATED: Learn how to update the operating system on an i Pod touch In some (not very common) cases, you may need to restore your i Pod to factory settings before you can update its software.
Perhaps a similar approach will be available to i OS at some point, or better yet, a settings option to stop the i OS auto-update and auto-download behavior entirely.Now that the update has been removed from the i OS device, you’ll want to avoid wi-fi, otherwise the update will just download itself at the next chance it gets.Typically this happens after the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is on wi-fi and it hasn’t been used in a while, similar to how i Cloud automatically backs up.After it's been restored, then you can update the operating system.If you need to do this, sync your i Pod with i Tunes first to create a backup of all your data.