Well i have done some fireware editing with my ipod using ipod wizard. I disabled the deep sleep mode on the ipod itself. Now the ipod woun't connect to the computer or even charge off the computer. I have done cable tests, tryed different computers. Nothing. Even running disk mode on the ipod. I am woundering if it is worth trying to disconnect the battery (Which may reset the firmware or something like that.) Is there a way to reset the firmware wihtout using a computer but using the ipod itself? Anything I will try.
I tryed reseting, and putting in it disc mode, but i cant even get any computer to reconize my ipod so i cant reformat it... is there anything besides reseting and disc mode that will make it connect?
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To resolve the issue, you can follow the steps below:
1. Go to Device Manager. To know how to do this, you can refer to the following links:
For Windows 7/ Vista users: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/open-device-manager#1TC=windows-7
For Windows 8.1 users: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows-8/where-is-device-manager
2. From the list of devices on the right side of the Device Manager window, navigate to "Mice and other pointing devices" and expand the category.
3. Select your mouse.
4. In the window that opens, go to "Power Management" tab.
5. Now, uncheck the option "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" and check the option "Allow this device to wake the computer".
Now see if the issue is resolved.
You can try putting it into DFU mode and restoring the firmware
here's how you put the ipod into DFU mode- connect your ipod touch to your computer- turn off your ipod touch- press and hold the Home button and sleep/wake button at the same time- After about 10 seconds release the sleep/wake button but continue holding the Home button until the iTunes pops up a message telling you that it has detected an ipod in recovery mode- now you will be able to restore it..
many wrong tries of entering the wrong passcode can lead to a disabled
iPhone. You have to restore the phone in iTunes to be able to use it
again. To be able for iTunes to detect your iPhone in recovery mode and
you to restore, you have to enter dfu mode. Just press the home button
and sleep button simultaneously for 10 seconds then release the sleep
button but still hold the home button until iTunes can detect the phone.
Then press restore and let it do the rest of the process.
Press and hold the
Sleep/Wake button and Volume Down button simultaneously for at least
eight seconds or until the Apple logo appears. You may need to repeat
this step. If the above step did not work, try connecting iPod to a
power adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet, or
connect iPod to your computer. Make sure the computer is turned on and
isn't set to go to sleep. Try resetting the iPod while it is connected
let the battery run completely out not low... dead, attached to PC and Itunes
How to Enable Sleep Mode : 1. Access the main menu on your iPod 2. Go to the extras menu > clock 3. Select your current time ensuring that your timezone settings are correct 4. Select the Sleep Timer options 5. Select the time that you want your iPod to shut down
And if your iPod goes into Deep Sleep Mode then here is the answer to that : Right "Deep Sleep" is a battery saving mode if the iPod is not touched in say a 18-24 hour period I think. It reboots (resets) coming out of this mode.
1) There are people reporting that they must always reset their iPod to turn it back on after shutting it off, they don't really mention deep sleep at all, search for "must always reset" or something along those lines
2) I'm not sure if this is documented anywhere specifically. It is a normal function of the iPod that we discovered somewhere along the line. Not sure where the first talk about it came from, you may find information on this searching "deep sleep" there was a hack to force the iPod immediately into deep sleep once upon a time.
3) Not exactly. If an iPod has gone into deep sleep, plugging it into the power will automatically start the reboot. In the case of buttons you should be able to touch a button and it will start to reboot, I have found with my 3G iPod it takes a very deliberate touch or two or three touches to the touch sensitive buttons to get it to wake up, but you shouldn't HAVE to do the reset command (i.e. menu/select button held down), if you do you may be looking at more of the original problemin #1
You might be able to restore the iPod,
you just need to put it in a different mode. Try plugging it into your
computer. Press and hold both the sleep and home buttons at the same
time until the screen goes black (can take longer than 10 seconds) then
let go of the sleep button (the button on the top of the unit) while
keeping the home button held in (the button on the front of the iPod).
Keep the home button held in until your computer recognizes new
hardware. You should hear some sort of sound coming from your computer
speakers. That and the "installing new hardware" notice should come up
in your taskbar (this is where you computer shows the clock). Let go of
the home button once this happens. Open up iTunes and then restore it.
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Have you tried to just do a re-set? Toggle the hold switch on then off, then hold down the center button and the menu button at the same time. Keep holding them until the screen flashes, then release. This basically reboots the ipod. If you can get to the main menu on the ipod, you should also be able to find a settings menu which should have a default selection, which should also re-set the player. If neither of these work, you'll have to try putting it back into disk mode and doing a restore if iTunes can find the player. You might also try connecting it to a different computer and seeing if it is found. If you can get any computer to recognize the player as a hard drive, you can re-format it using the windows software, then you can re-store using itunes.