Question about Apple iPod nano
Connect your iPod to the computer that your iPod is registered to (usually the one you have transfered music files from to your iPod). When your iPod is showing in the browser field in iTunes, disconnect your iPod according to proper way (different for PC and Mac).
Your iPod should now be unlocked.
Of course you must have iTunes opened on your computer, by default it opens automatically when you connect your iPod, but you might have altered the setting earlier.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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