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It seems that you will have to restore you ipod touch i'm afraid! So, i hope you have your things backed up.
Ok the steps to take are:
1) Connect the iPod Touch 2) Press and hold sleep+home until the device reboots. 3) Keep holding until that "please connect me to iTunes"-screen appears 4) iTunes says something about having detected a touch in recovery mode. Allow it to do its thing.
If you get the -18 error, proceed:
5) Disconnect the iPod Touch 6) Close iTunes 7) Reconnect the iPod Touch 8) iTunes launches and shows message as in step 4, but this time, the recovery will work
OOPS, try this: connect it to your computer and click reset when your ipod nano comes
up on itunes. you should click on the ipod name in the left side of
your screen (lwhere the itunes library and store icons are located)
and there should be a button that says restore or reset your ipod to
origional settings. it will erase all passwords. Let me know if this helps
I had a simalar problem ... plug it into the computer and hold down the off/on button and the home key for about 10 seconds and then leave go of the off/on button and continue to hold the home key until it says recovery mode on your computer.... it will delete everything off it but its the only way!!!