I reset my ipod touch but the screen appear with itunes icon and usb connector
OS (operating system) of your ipod is corrupt for one reason or the
other. The ipod won't boot or start because the start-up file or
necessary files needed to boot up the ipod are corrupt.
solution to the problem is to re-installing the OS (operating system) of
the ipod by restoring the ipod. To achieve this, you will be needs a
USB cord for your ipod model and i-tunes installed on your computer.
Once you have i-tunes installed on your computer and a USB cord, then
the job will be done and your ipod will be back to normal again.
If you don't have i-tunes installed on your computer, go to www.apple.com
on i-tunes and download i-tunes for free, then install it on your
computer. After installing and downloading i-tunes, follow the below
Run the i-tune program on your computer
Connect the USB to your I-pod
Connect the other end to your computer
a while for the computer to recognize and install the ipod, then read
and follow instructions on the i-tune. It will ask you to restore your
But if the i-tunes doesn't recognize the ipod via your PC,
press and hold the Power button and the home button for 5 to 10 seconds.
Leave the power button and keep pressing the home button or vice-ver-sa
till the restore option comes up.
Click on restore and follow instructions thereafter.
After the whole restore process, your i-pod will be back to normal again.
Make sure you back up your ipod if the files on it are very important
to you. Start by syncing your iPod with your computer. When you do this,
the iPod management screen will appear. Midway down that screen there's
a button that reads "Restore."
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
Jan 16, 2012 |
Apple MP3 & Digital Media Players