Question about Apple iPod nano
Try plugging it into the computer you normally sync it with. Then open iTunes.
After iTunes recognizes your nano, you can eject and disconnect the iPod from your computer.
It should be unlocked now.
If that does not work, then you'll have to restore your iPod (which will remove *all* data from the iPod).
You can do that like this:
plug it in to your computer
when iTunes recognizes your nano, click on the nano, then click on "Restore" (on the "Summary" tab).
Then follow the onscreen instructions.
You'll need to resync all your music, etc. to get it back on your iPod.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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