Question about Apple iPod touch
Do A Reset By Holding Down The Power And Home Button For 7-10 Seconds On The iPod, This Will Bring Up Your Normal Lock Screen. If This Doesnt Work Log On To The Administrative Computer And Do A Basic Restoration Of The iPod Which Will Take Settings Back To Factory Set. This Will Not Harm Any Apps Or Music That You May Have On Your iPod.
Posted on May 07, 2010
Hold down the power button and the HOME at the same time this will then give you a chance to RE ENTER the passcode otherwise you going to need to hook it up to the orginal computer and the restore the thing. Other then that there are hacks out there but we are not allowed to by law to show you those so I hope you understand.
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Posted on May 03, 2010
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