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There are basically three ways to unlock the Screen Lock on your iPod:
The most obvious and will not work for most people (or else you wouldn't be visiting this web site). Simply enter the 4 digit combination/pass code at Extras > Screen Lock.
Connect your iPod to the first computer it was synced with or the computer set as the primary one in iTunes. Open the iTunes application, then disconnect your iPod from the computer, and it should no longer be locked.
Use this final way only if the first two options do not work for you because it is a destructive process.
Everything on your iPod will be erased.
This should not be a problem if you have all of your songs, videos, and other media stored in iTunes and you can synchronize once again after getting the iPod unlocked. Besides, if you don't unlock your iPod it's useless right? Learn how to Restore your iPod (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1339?viewlocale=en_US) using the instructions from Apple's site.
my mobile was in locked condition, and now my touch is not working..not even a single tap is working on mobile screen. i did soft as well as hard reset but every time the unlock screen appears after boot process. i can only press the unlock button on screen from the left button on mobile and cant press Unlock again because it is on the screen. I believe in this situation, only two options can be used, One is to attach a Keyboard, or to access the mobile screen through any software on PC.
I can't tell you how many times this phone has frozen, and unless you've been using a sync program, you're out of luck.
You can do a hard reset, which resets the phone to factory settings by removing the battery to shut down, then put the battery back in. Hold down the middle key on the silver directional pad while powering on. It takes 5-10 seconds but you will see the "Master Reset" option on your screen, follow the directions.
I had a similar problem with my SMT5600. I've found that when this happens, if I just hold the hangup key until the keypad locks, I can then unlock the phone and it will function normally. Try this to see if it helps.