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Ipod stuck on language sceen after picking English

I have pick English as my language and hit next it moves screen over to other languages, but want move to the next screen unless I pick a language from last screen.

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push menu button once
push > button 4 times
push menu button once
push > button 3 times
push menu button once (now you are in the language selection screen)
push > button untill english is chosen
push menu button
now push far left button (has a monitor pic on it

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