Question about Apple iPod nano
Make sure the "lock" switch is turned off.
Or if you're saying you forgot your passcode:
Connect it to your PC, run iTunes, click on the iPod within iTunes, then:
1) Click on "sync" to make sure any media purchased on the iPod is copied to the PC.
2) Click on "restore" to restore the iPod. This will remove the passcode, but will also remove all media, so then:
3) Click on "sync" to copy all media back onto the iPod.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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