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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ipod touch disabled
Try turning off your ipod, holding the home button, and plugging it in, while still holding the home button, until a picture of the ipod cable appears pointing to the itunes symbol. this will reset you ipod, and you don't need the passcode to make it usable again.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
try to turn the ipod off and plug it into your computer. When itunes
comes up try seeing if it says ' syncing ' if so it should be good. if that doesnt work
i would suggest you call apple support
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
you can reset its password....but you'll lose all your data
Note: If you see the message "Charging... Please Wait" or you see the screen pictured below, let the device charge for at least 10 minutes to ensure the battery has some charge and then start with step 2 again.
If you don't see the "Connect to iTunes" screen, then disconnect the USB cable from iPhone and repeat steps 3-6.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
There is only one way to disable it besides actually knowing the password. You have to hook the unit up to itunes and restore the unit. You will lose all the data on the itouch, but if you have all your data in itunes there is nothing to worry about. If you have any further questions feel free to contact www.wiredextreme.com.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
5,148,976 minutes is only 9.78988132 years. Unit conversion can make a difference. In this case, I'll go out on a limb and assume that the 76.7442087 days doesn't make much of a difference for you. Now then, I had no idea how to answer your question and was just going to mock your unit conversion failure, but I decided I could have a little fun with this as well. Let's assume you lost your manuals and can't use those. What would be the next best step? Oh, I know! Copy the words that you wrote ("ipod is disabled, please try again in") and paste those into the Google search bar and hit enter. Here's the link for you: http://tinyurl.com/yj7vxa8 . I then clicked the first result and read through that. It's an Apple support page. Step-by-*******-step directions. After reading through that even I, someone who hasn't used an iPod Touch, understood what to do. But may that's a bit much for you. Maybe you need it broken down to small, short, simple 3rd grade words. So I went back to the Google results page. Second result: http://tinyurl.com/y92mbla . Look at that... small, short, simple 3rd grade words. And it tells you exactly what to do.
Step 1: Turn off your iPod touch / iPhone completely and connect to PC / mac
Step 2: Hold down the Power button for 3 seconds
Step 3: Without releasing the power button, also hold the Home button for 10 seconds
Step 4: Without releasing the home button, release the power button and keep holding the Home button for 20 seconds.
And From there, iTunes will identify that you are in DFU mode and lend a hand. Nifty, huh?
So, in review: Double check your unit conversions. See if you can first solve your problem yourself (User guides, owner manuals, etc...). Do Google searches on the error messages.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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