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before doing the recovery it must be put in dfu mode
Turn on your iPod Touch, no matter what state it is. If the problem is precisely that it does not light, check out our forum
Press the Power button (top) and the Home button (bottom) and hold them pressed
When the screen turns off, immediately release the power button (above) but always keep the Home button (bottom) button
Wait until iTunes detects an iPod in recovery mode
put **** and click restore a windows will appear select your os to start restor
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Open iTunes on your computer.
Plug in your iPhone to your computer just as you would to sync it normally.
Locate the iPhone in the "Devices" column at the left of the iTunes application window.
Right-click (Ctrl + click for Mac) on the iPhone icon in the "Devices" column and select "Restore From Backup." Select one of the backup versions from the drop-down menu and click the "Restore" button. This will restore any contacts that you have lost since your last sync in iTunes.
Eject your iPhone and go to your contact list on it. Any lost contact or contacts should be restored to your list.
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