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ITunes could not connect to the iPod touch because an invalid response was received from the device.

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Try these tips:
1. Try a different USB/lightning cable or a different USB port.
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Reboot your iPhone and your computer.
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Ensure your iPhone wasn't locked when connecting. Unlock it with passcode or Touch ID.
4.
Try a reset on iPhone. Press and hold both the sleep and home button at the same time until the apple logo appears.
5.
Try resetting your network settings. Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
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