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I-touch applications won't open

I have used some of these applications for a couple of months. But, starting last week, all applications open for 1-2 seconds, then it reverts to the main menu. I cannot open them at all, & some have important info I need. Help.

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  • Cameron Keller
    Cameron Keller May 11, 2010

    what are these apps exactly?

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Have you had your iTouch on itunes lately, your apps may need to be updated. Also your iPod may need an update.
Also if the apps have a trial version period you may have to purchase the full version.

It also could be that an update was installed on your touch and the apps are no longer compatible.
That happens also

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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