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Go to iphone setting - then passcode or touch id & passcode. now tap on change passcode and then enter your old passcode and then new passcode. And if you forgot your passcode and your ipod iphone disabled and you want to unlock disabled iphone ipad.
here is the detail procedure
First method you can restore your ipod. But this will erase all your data on ipod. So if you have recent backup then go for restoring ipod. For that just connect your ipod to computer- then open itunes. Make sure you have installed latest itune version otherwise update your itunes first. Now open itunes then find your ipod under deivce tab at the top left sidecorner. Click on your ipod icon. Click on summary and then click on restore.
You can also restore your ipod from old backup also. For that open itunesfind your ipod under device menu. Now select your ipod and then right click on your ipod the you will get options for restore from backup.Select restore from backup this will provide list of all your previous backup on that computer itunes. Now select your backup which you want to restore and then click on continue. Once your restoring is completed your ipod will shut down and then again restart your ipod it will take few minutes to start up. And it also asks few information about you. Once you complete all that procedure your ipod is unlocked which was disable or locked due to wrong passcode.
The only thing at this point you can do is bring it into an apple store. If there are none nearby you would have to erase everything off of your iPod touch by putting it into recovery mode. This can be done by having your iPod plugged into any computer with itunes and holding the top and home button until screen goes black. Then after 5 seconds release the top button but continue to hold the home button until itunes says it found an ipod in recovery mode. This WILL erase everything off your ipod
you will have to restore your ipod to factory default settings in itunes.
or you can jailbreak the ipod with software like quickpwn.
Here is how to restore your ipod in itunes.
You will need to put the itouch in DFU/Recovery mode to get it to connect.
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usb cable into the Ipod and NOT into the computer. Hold the
Home Button down for 5 second (do not release it) Then
Press and hold the Power Button for approx 10 secs (count them out) Your iPod
will reboot. Release
the power button and continue holding the Home button for an additional 27secs. You may
see the screen go blank or not. Plug the
USB end into the computer with itunes open. Your ipod
will mount in recovery mode. Restore
it and Your all set.
if you need any further help let me know. Good Luck
press and hold the home and power buttons, when it turns off DO NOT let go of the home button continue holding until it restores itself then connect it to your computer and restore it. unfortunately it will erase everything.
I don't have an ipod, but do you not just connect it to your pc, open ituned, select the songs from your ipod THROUGH itunes - drag and drop them into your library and they should copy. When finished, eject your old ipod and connect the new one. Drag and drop the songs from itunes into the new iPod.
Again I'm not sure if this is correct, but this is how most things function in itunes. If not, someone correct me.
Thanks to everyone who provided solution inputs. I finally have my iPod back. The solution is: 1. Turn of your iPod. 2. While holding down the 'Home' button, connect to iTunes WARNING: Doing this will return your iPod back to original 'out of the box' settings and you will lose everything. On the bright side, you get a 'fresh' start and it will auto update to the most recent software version. Good luck!