Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Plug it into your computer.
click on your ipod in the bar on the left side of itunes.
click the button under the picture of your ipod that says "restore". this'll delete all your songs, but it'll unlock the code that your sis put on it, or at least, it should.
if it doesn't do it automatically, click the "Sync" button after the ipod has been restored, and you should be good to go with all your music, and without that code.
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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