Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You'll want to place the iPod touch into DFU Mode, by following one of these three steps:
(ZiPhone and iLiberty+ are programs that can be downloaded for free.)
1. Hold down Sleep/Wake button and Home button together, until the iPod touch powers off. Once the iPod touch turns on again, let go of the Sleep/Wake button about 1 or 2 seconds later, still holding the Home button. Once plugged in to your computer, iTunes will recognize the device is in Recovery Mode. You can now restore which will set the iPod touch back to factory defaults, thus removing the passcode.
2. Open up iLiberty+ and other the Other Tools tab select Enter DFU Mode. Your iPod touch will be recognized as in Recovery Mode by iTunes once you plug it in, at which point you can restore through iTunes. This will wipe the passcode as you're setting the device back to factory defaults.
3. Open up ZiPhone and select Prepare for Upgrade. You're iPod touch needs to be plugged in to your computer before doing so, and once you select that option iTunes will recognize that your device is in recovery mode. You can now restore through iTunes which sets the device back to factory default thus removing the passcode.
turn off your ipod by holding the power switch then sliding to power off
while holding the home button plug it into your computer..
keep holding the home button until itunes recognizes the ipod in recovery mode
* Branch to your iPod Touch USB cord that came with ... and then to your computer.
* use iTunes .
* Click Restore.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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