Question about Apple iPod touch
Connect to iTunes means that your iPod Touch is in Recovery mode.
Simply plug your iPod Touch into your computer, laptop, or netbook and iTunes will tell you to restore to the latest firmware. Press "OK" and it'll download the latest firmware. In this case "iOS4".
Once it's done you'll have to sync all your music, games, apps ect what you have lost or choose a Back-Up.
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Connect the iPod to any one of the computer's USB ports via an Apple USB cable.
Open iTunes on the computer.
Click the name of the connected iPod, which is located underneath the "Devices" menu in the left iTunes column.
Click the "Summary" tab that is found at the top of iTunes.
Click inside of the "Manually manage music and videos" box positioned in the middle of iTunes.
Click the "Apply" button that's positioned near the bottom of iTunes. You will now be able to safely connect the iPod to any iTunes.
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"iPod is disabled - Connect to iTunes" . This is because someone(or something?) has tried to crack your password too many times, which causes Iphone/Ipod to automatically disable itself to protect your data.
To restore your iPod, you must connect your iPod to iTunes with your iPod connector table. Make sure it is on and has this message when you connect it to your computer. Once connected, iTunes should detect it as usual.
Once connected, make sure you have all the proper sync settings enabled - for example, applications, music, photos, etc. Change something so that the Sync button in the bottom right appears in the iTunes window. Then sync the data.
When syncing is finished, turn on your iPod / iPhone and you should notice that the message is gone. Type in your password and the disabled message should be gone.
If the message is still there, try holding the sleep and home button at the same time until the iPod turns off, then continue holding the sleep and home button until a screen with the iTunes logo and a picture of the connector cable appears. This will put your iPod in Restore mode. With this option, you must click the Restore button in iTunes, which will delete all your data on the iPod.
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