I tried this sight, and held down the power and home button until it re-started. But when it starts up again, it's still frozen! Usually, I'm able to fiddle with it until it unfreezes, but this time, NO!
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first of all try holding the home button down and press and hold the power button down while its plugged into the charger ( hard restet ) keep them both held down untill you see the apple logo...with a bit luck this will start the charging cycle again
You must enter the Recovery mode to wipe the passcode of your iPod Touch. To do this Power on your device, hold down the Power button + Home button at the same time until the screen turn off then release the power button while still pressing down the home button for 10 secs, until you see an iTunes icon on your iPod, then connect it to iTunes and start resetting your iPod Touch.
If you are talking about resetting after your iPod Touch has hung, you need to press and hold the top and home buttons until the screen goes black. If the iPod Touch displays the "Slide to power off" message, ignore it and continue to hold down both buttons until the screen goes black.
Turn on the iPod Touch by pressing the top and home buttons together again just briefly. It will take a while for the iPod Touch to start up from this type of reset.
If you are looking to restore the iPod Touch to factory defaults, you need to start iTunes on your computer and plug your iPod Touch into your computer with the USB cable that came with it. Click on the iPod Touch from the list on the left side and press the "Restore" button.
Since the sleep/power button is stuck it turned off because holding the top and home button for ten seconds is for turning the iPod off if it freezes so it thought you wanted a hard shut-down and the sleep/power is still being held so it is telling the iPod to turn on but holding the sleep/power button during start-up was made to turn the iPod off if it freezes during start-up. So you may want to take it to your nearest apple store.
i) Hold “Power” button for 2 seconds
ii)Then while holding the Power button, you will now have to hold Home button too for 10 seconds.
iii)Then release Power button but keep holding Home button for about 30 seconds
it should take you to Restore mode .. now connect yo
Hello! This problem is if you messed around with your iPod Touch a lot like hacking it. I hacked it before so I restored it so now it is very good! It is now version 1.1.2. Okay, if you want to fix this problem, hold the home button and the power button for 20-30 seconds until a yellow exclamation mark shows up to tell you to connect to iTunes, this worked for my friend's screwed up iPod Touch. Try this method okay? After you connected it to iTunes, check for updates right away and there you go!