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My iPod keeps opening random apps all the time, how can i stop this. I have restored it back to the original settings but this hasn't helped.

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This could be an issue with the main board. Have you gotten it diagnosed? What OS are you running? If your unit is out of warranty and undiagnosed, give White Box Service a shot at diagnosing your Touch.
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Then make sure you have the latest firmware version for the ipod.

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