Question about Apple iPod touch
Turn off the itouch and unplug it from the pc.
Make sure your iPod Touch is completely turned off and unconnected from your computer. Hold down the Home button, and connect it to your USB cable. It will automatically turn on when you connect the cable. Just keep holding the Home button until the Connect to iTunes logo appears.
now the touch is in recovery mode and you can restore it with itunes.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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