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A hard reset restores the iPod Touch to its original factory
settings. This is useful when your iPod Touch is disabled and does not turn on
or off, but all your data will be erased. Fortunately, you can restore your
data to iTunes after reset. After doing the reset is cleared from your iPod and
iTunes asks you to restore the settings of your last sync.
1. Connect your iPod to your computer and wait at least 10
minutes. This allows the battery if it is empty. This can fix your iPod with a
disability, if the problem was caused by a battery.
2. Click "OK" if the computer opens a
"Connect to iTunes" prompt box. Depending on your version of iTunes,
the message on the iPod in "recovery mode" and you need to restore
the device. ITunes opens up and restore your iPod for you.
3. Disconnect the iPod from your computer if you do not see
"Connect to iTunes" prompt box. Make sure the iPod is fully charged
before trying the hard reset.
4. Press and hold the on / off Wake / Home button on your iPod.
Hold the buttons.
5. Wait until the Apple logo appears, can be 10 seconds or
more. If you see it, release the On / Off / Wake, but keep the Home button.
6. Release the Home button if you have a picture of a USB
cable with an arrow pointing to iTunes logo.
7. Connect your iPod to your computer. ITunes "recovery
mode" message appears. Click "OK" to complete the reset.
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