My ipod displays ENTER CODE X X X X what is it???????????? it would take over1 million attempts to guess,please help it is my daughters
My daughters silver 2gb nano displays enter code. this i a 4 didgit code with the ipod weel beneth to change code, tried over a thosand codes with no luck, now the code does not go red to say you have entered the wrong one. PLEASE HELP we are STUMPED
My daughter has forgotten her combination to her 4 digit lock!!
But i am struggling to find how to unlock it on i-tunes
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To unlock you ipod you can connect your ipod to the computer it was last synced with and click on restore options. it will restore the factory settings and will clear all the saved data in your ipod. This is the only way you can unlock it.
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After a series of more failed attempts, your iPod displays the same "iPod is Disabled" message, but with an added "Connect to iTunes" message. At this point, your iPod shuts down completely and you cannot make any more attempts to enter the passcode. In order to restore the device at this stage, you need to connect it to a computer with iTunes installed. Ideally, connect it to a computer that you've used before for syncing your iPod.
On RXV3900 using the remote there is a submenu for YBA-10WH (submenu shows Trim, Pair, Connect). Selecting Pair causes the YBA-10WH blue light to flash. Once iPod has Bluetooth set to ON it then displays a box showing "YBA-10WH not connected".
First attempt to connect requires tapping this box which produces the invitation to enter a 4 digit pass code. I had several attempts using pass code for my iPhone - all failed giving message "Make sure yba-10 yamaha is turned on in range and ready to pair". I finally tried keying in a pass code 0 0 0 0 and it paired!
Once turned off subsequent attempts to enable Bluetooth were much easier requiring tapping of the box but not requiring entry of any pass code.
Turn off seems to work easiest by using the remote to select the "Connect" option on the submenu and then selecting Enter on the remote - this caues display of "Disconnected" message on the RXV3900 screen.
Do not worry about anything. You can easily obtain the PUK code without any charge, from your service provider by calling on Customer care number. PUK is PIN Unlocking Code. When you enter a wrong PIN for 3 times the SIM gets locked and asks for a PUK code. Once you get the PUK code from your service provider you can create a new PIN for the SIM card.
Please note that if you Enter a Wrong PUK 10 times your SIM card will be corrupt and you will not be able to use it. So please do not try to guess the PUK. PUK code cannot be generated by any software. Only your service provide can give you the PUK code for your SIM.
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try setting it up on your iPod Manuelinstead of selecting the router from your iPods list hit the other box the enter your routers name encryption type and your password and see if that works hope this helps
Thanks for the Message no Problem which you have there is a Hardware problem> (Logic Board) Also it also seems that your Hard Drive is also bad meaning well first of all can you charge your Battery just fine when plugged in it shows the geen with the black lighting bolt right. If not it definetly will be your Logic Board. Please let us no ASAP on this and get back to us. Thanks a million iPOD REPAIRZ
You have to connect to the "Primary Computer" the iPod was first used on. If you can't do that and you have to guess the number, there will be only ten thousand different numbers, not millions! Start at 0000, then 0001, then 0002 until you reach 9999.