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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ipod touch wont read on itunes!
Factory ship mode is easy... Hold the Home & Power buttons for 10 seconds, release the Power button while continuing to hold the Home button for another 10 seconds.
After that it should tell you to attach it to a PC/Mac when you try to turn it back on.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: forgot password on my itouch
If you just plug your iPod into the computer, it should work fine. I forgot my password once, and I plugged it in, and it worked and didn't take off the songs. As long as you plug it into the computer you put songs onto the iPod from, it shouldn't be a problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
ok i recomend ripping your songs off you ipod using a program call disk aid the when you have all your music and movies and other media just restor our ipod then put your mkedia back tip to get disk aid to dispaly your ipod files down in the programs buttom left cornor u should see a drop down arror just click it and selecd t one of the floders hope this helps oh and thwe disk aid url is www.http://www.digidna.net/diskaid/download.php hope this helps
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
what you have to do is get on i tunes on you comp and click on the name it should say someones name like bob's ipod click there and go to restore ipod and it has all the steps and if that dont work call apple and they will work you though it but i had that same problem and didnt know what to do but let me know how it goes
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: my itouch has a passcode
To resolve this issue, you will need to restore your iPod to factory settings This means any data (music, movies, contacts, etc.) will be erased and the iPod brought back to it's factory settings (like the day you got it).
To do this, follow the steps below:
1. Make sure your iPod is disconnected and powered off. If it's not already, hold down the power button until the "Slide to Power Off" message is displayed and swipe to turn off.
2. Connect the USB end of the data cable to your computer, do not connect the other end just yet.
3. Connect the other end of the data cable to the iPod and immediately press down & hold the "Home" button.
4. Continue to hold down "Home" button , until the iTunes logo appears and the USB connection is displayed on the iPod's screen.
5. Open iTunes (if it hasn't opened automatically) and a message stating that it has found an iPod that is in recovery mode. (If you don't get this message and the iPod just boots like normal, then the timing between connecting the iPod and holding the home button wasn't fast enough. Try again from step #1).
6. Click the "Restore" button and iTunes will automatically download and install the latest iOS version for your iPod.
The process should take about 20-45 mins, depending on your internet connection. Once complete, the iPod will reboot and your iPod will be restored to factory settings.
Since iTunes requires that all data be synced through there, if you have made any backups to your iPod, you'll be able to re-sync your information back to your iPod at this time.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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