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WHAT DO I DO WHEN EVERYTHING IS RESET ON MY IPOD?

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Well if you have your files back up on itunes, go ahead and get your files re-synced onto it if you wish, otherwise just start from scratch, if your files from itunes were lost on another computer then contact them for assistance on the problem and they might be able to restore your lost files.

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picexporterror Toggle the Hold switch to on, then back to off (none of the red is showing).

picexporterror Press and hold down the Menu and Select buttons (as shown in the picture) for 6-10 seconds, until you see the Apple logo.


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How do I reset and/or restore my iPod?
An explanation of the steps for fixing common problems with an iPod.
When someone has a problem with their iPod, people mostly tell them "Reset it!" or "You need to restore it." Here's how to do that.
1. Reset an iPod:
Toggle the Hold switch to on, then back to off (none of the red is showing).
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