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This will get your ipod working again through a restoring process: Connect
your ipod touch to your computer and make sure itunes is open. Hold
down the power and home button for 10 seconds. After 10 seconds only
release the power button and keep holding the home button until your
itunes says it found an ipod in recovery mode. Then restore your ipod by
clicking restore on itunes, or restore to a backup you might have made. Hope this helps! Please rate and vote for me if this works out!
make sure you're USB is unplugged. when you're at the screen with the itunes symbol and the usb arrow, hold down the home and sleep button until the screen goes black, at this point, keep holding for another 10 seconds. at this point your screen should look black as if the ipod is off. connect to the computer and itunes shoulds show a message like "itunes has just discovered an ipod in recovery mode" you'll be able to do a restore and regain use of your touch.
if this does not work, message me back.