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1. Power down the phone then remove/reinsert the battery to ensure that the device is completely off
2. Press and hold the following keys for 10 seconds: Volume Down + Home Button + Power Button. Release all 3 keys when the Android Recovery Menu pops up
3. Press Volume Down to scroll down and highlight "wipe data/factory reset"
4. Press the Menu Button to select
5. Press Volume Down to scroll down and highlight "Yes - Delete All User Data".
6. Press the Menu Button to select
7. After data wipe is complete simply highlight "reboot system now" and select it by pressing the Menu Button.
Ther are two types of clusters this is the most common, let me know if this doesnt work,you will be using the trip/reset button, when button is said it means the trip/ rest button this is the only button you will use.1)push and release button untilSETUP MENU HOLD RESET is display
2) press and hold button until you see SYSTEM CHECK or SYSTEM CHECK HOLD SET is displayed then release button.
3)press and release button to scroll the menu until you see HOLD RESET IF NEW OIL .
4) with hold rest if new oil displayed now push button and hold until you see OIL LIFE SET 100% displayed release button and your done. hope this helps.
The first thing you can try is unplug the Ipod from the computer. Hold down the center button while pressing down on the menu button. You should see an Apple logo appear on the screen. Your Ipod has been reset. Plug it back into ITunes.
If that doesn't work after plugging it in. You may have to restore the software in your IPod from Itunes. Make sure your songs in your IPod are on your hard drive because this will restore all of the settings back to default and empty out the memory of the IPod as well.
This system restore can be done through ITunes or by selecting the system software option from the IPod menu in the computer if you have it installed.
it sound as the menu button is staked, is a easy job for a tech, but dificult one for regular people, better get a tech and let him know that you know the problem is the menu button, thas gonna help with the price off the repair...good luck