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The iPod touch now and then dealing with large volumes of
data, and it can sometimes freeze or crash, giving you a blank screen or
frozen. There are three simple steps to restore your iPod to normal. You can
reset the iPod, which only puts the iPod on and off. You can use your iPod,
which is how to restart the computer. If none of these options work, you can
restore your iPod, which it returns to factory settings.
1. Press the "Sleep / Wake" button at the top of
the iPod touch for about eight seconds. The red slider appears. Pass the slide
bar to the iPod off. Wait about 15 seconds, press and hold the "Sleep /
Wake" button until the Apple logo appears, the iPod back on. If the iPod
is set, you can stop here.
2. Hold the "Sleep / Wake" button and the
"Home" button at the same eight seconds, or until the Apple logo. The
"Home" button at the bottom of the windshield. This is the iPod. If
this solves the problem, you can stop here.
3. Connect your iPod to your computer via the USB docking.
Open iTunes and click the name of your iPod under "Devices" on the
left side of the window. Click the "Summary" tab at the top of the
4. Click "Check for Updates" to see if the iPod
does not need new software. Select to download and install the update if
5. Click "Restore". Choose to back up the iPod in
the box that appears, follow the instructions to restore.
6. Select your iPod back up on the screen that appears when
the restore is complete. Choose your last backup; it will configure your iPod
as it was before the accident.
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