Question about Apple iPod touch
This can be fixed by restoring the ipod.
plug into computer and turn the ipod off (hold power button, wait for slider, turn off). turn on by holding the power button and the home key at the same time, this puts it in restore mode, yellow sign should appear. start itunes. click on the summary tab and click the restore button. this returns it to factory settings. if you want you can now choose a new passcode as you would normally on the ipod under settings
hope this helps =)
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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