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Re: my ipod screenlock code
You can't find out your screen lock code! I tried expiremanting with ways to unlock it and I think I found one. I just plugged my ipod into the computer and when it connected and was syned I ejected it to find that my ipod was unlocked.
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Try holding down the menu/center button for at least 10-15 seconds, if that does not reset it try the center button and play/pause combo for the same time period (I used to have the same model as you, one of these 2 combos usually worked).
You can also try connecting your ipod to another computer with iTunes on it to see if its a software or hardware problem with your iPod. Or you can uninstall/reinstall iTunes and see what happens after a fresh install
and yea you can let the battery run out overnight if you want, but if you do get to fix it I'd say back up your music on the iPod through a program like iDump or something in the meantime
listen in the ipod and if you hear click click click in some pattern you may need a disk. But try this anyway: try and put the ipod in disk mode and find it in my computer. right click on the ipod drive and format the drive. then disconnect and put in disk mode again and mount to itunes. and restore again
This is common among the 30gb Video iPods. If you play your iPod on a Dock, such as a iHome or other speaker device, for some reason, they like to take the Mainboard out. Normally, if it's a headphone jack, the problem will start with sound only playing on one side of the Headphones.
As a start, you can replace the headphone jack and see if it corrects your problem. If not, you will need to replace the mainboard in your iPod.