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Although locking your iPod Touch prevents accidental touch commands, the feature also prevents you from accessing your media and applications while the device is locked, according to the Apple site. The lock code is the 4-digit code that was created when the passcode lock was first enabled, and displays a passcode menu prompt on the iPod Touch's screen when the "Home" or "Power" button is pressed and the unlock bar is slid across the screen.
Instructions 1 Push the "Home" button on the iPod Touch's screen, or push the "Power" button on top of the device to show the home screen. 2 Slide your finger on the iPod Touch's unlock bar. 3 Enter the 4-digit passcode using the on-screen keypad to unlock the device. If you cannot remember the passcode, plug the dock-connector cable into the iPod Touch and plug the other end into your computer's USB port. According to Apple, the iPod Touch will automatically unlock after it is connected to your computer.
1. Open iTunes on your computer. <br />
2. Plug the iPod USB connector into a USB port. Plug the other end of the connector into the bottom of the iPod Touch.<br />
3. Look for the iPod Touch to show up in the Devices column in the middle left corner of the iTunes program screen. Once it does, you have two options. You can have all the songs/music from your personal music library/file sync with the iPod Touch every time you plugged into the computer, or you can create a playlists and manually selecting them for syncing.<br />
4. Click on the iPod Touch symbol in the Devices column once you've decided which method of music management is best and suits your preference. A screen will pop up, giving you the summary of information about your iPod. Click on the options you want, then proceed to the bookmarked section labeled "Music" in the upper middle section of the page.<br />
5. Click the "Sync" button in the bottom right corner of the screen. When the music has finished its sync process, a message at the top will appear "iPod Touch sync is complete. OK to disconnect.<br />
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Download itunes onto your computer. Now install it on your computer and close out of itunes. Your ipod touch ships with the battery half charged so it won't blow up during shipping. So plug the thing into your computers USB port to charge for 6-8 hours. Make sure your computer is plugged into AC power outlet and that your computer is powered down. Preferable you get an AC plug outlet charger for this thing so it will charge faster and not use up your USB port on your computer. After full charge is reached you can unplug the thing from power outlet. Now turn your computer on and open up itunes. Now plug the USB cord into your computer and the other end of the cord into your ipod. A window will pop up prompting you to create your nameo and account info. Just follow the directions to set up new user. The icon you see when you first turn on the ipod is telling you you gots ta plug this thing into your computer and sync the ipod with itunes.
That icon is telling you that you need to sync the ipod with your computer. Download itunes on your computer. Open up itunes. Now take the USB cord and plug it in your USB port on your computer. Take the other end and plug it into the ipod. A screen on your computer should show up to prompt you to set up the ipod touch. Just follow the screen instructions.
although the ipods will not give audio by directly plugging it into the usb port, an usb drive will. if you look at the picture in the link, you will notice the audio/video jacks that are separate from the usb.
when you have your iPod plugged into iTunes, select it in the left menu. then click on the tab that says photos. there, you can select files from your computer.
if you want to get them off of the wifi on the iPod, you can take pictures of the screen with the iPod. when what you want to take a picture of is on the screen, quickly push the menu and top buttons at the same time. it should take a snapshot of the screen. it'll store those in a whole new folder in the iPod.
YO!! Woah man dont keep plugging and unplugging.. your going to corrupt it! I had this problem in the past.. try reseting your ipod while its not plugged in, Hold the Menu and center button until the apple logo comes up than let them go. Now open Itunes and wait for it to open, than plug the ipod in your computer, make sure the USB Port is working good and everything. make sure its plugged in firmly. If you have done this, than it should work.
Ahhh, everything has suddenly become very clear :) All is well and there is nothing wrong with your ipod. Heres what you need to do.
First, install the very latest version of iTunes onto your PC or Mac - Download it from http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ Tip: Uncheck the two boxes and don't enter your email address
Once that's installed, start iTunes up and connect your iPod to the computer via a USB2 port (any on a laptop but not through a hub; on a PC tower use only one of the USB ports on the rear of the machine, ie, none of the ports on the front) - It's gonna need charging (That's what the Batt symbol is showing) so leave it for a good 2hrs.
While it's charging I'd recommend spending some time familiarizing yourself with the user guide - it explains alot of these symbols and more importantly how to get started with your new iPod. You can download the manual from here: http://support.apple.com/manuals/#ipodtouch
When it's good and charged then follow the onscreen instructions for the iPod on iTunes. You have to register the iPod first before you can use it. So once you've done this all will be well in the world for you. See page 5 and 6 of the manual.
get on your laptop download itunes if you don't already have it... then connect your ipod touch to the usb port. After that itunes will come up... just follow the instructions... once all that is done... disconnect your ipod and start adding music to your itunes then connect your ipod touch again to load your music into your ipod.