Question about Apple iPod touch
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the apple discussion board talks about unknown error (6), if you get this
error you need to first log out of your store account and open a new
account though itunes. after creating your account, he says to hold
shift and find the firmware update you want to install. then you can
restore your ipod.
goto the website http://www.felixbruns.de/iPod/firmware/
and download the selected firmware for the ipod touch model you have. if your unsure if the model / type you can goto http://www.felixbruns.de/iPod/firmware/#
and type in the last 3 numbers of your serial number to find out
if you want to downgrade or upgrade, choose the firmware you want to downgrade to, then go to itunes and shift-click on restore and choose the firmware you want to change to. this will restore your ipod touch
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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Dec 16, 2015 | Apple iPod touch
i would be checking the usb lead before doing anything or even replacing it with a new one make sure iis securely connected
the cable near the iTunes symbol represents a problem with the cable
and the cd will not not be able to activate without a connection
Connect one end of the USB sync cable to one of your computer's unused USB ports, and connect the other end to the bottom of the iPhone or iPod Touch.
If iTunes does not start on its own, run it using the desktop or Start menu shortcut.
When iTunes starts, you should see an icon for the iPhone or iPod Touch on the left side of the window.
Click "Summary" in the right pane of the window if it is not already active.
Click the "Restore" button to begin the device restoration process.
ITunes displays a message asking if you want to save the contents of the device to your computer before restoring it.
If you have not backed up the device already, click the "Back Up" button.
If you have already done this, click "Don't Back Up."
Click "Restore." ITunes clears the data from your iPhone or iPod Touch and reinstalls the device's original firmware.
The screen of your iPhone or iPod Touch may shut off while iTunes works.
Do not remove the USB sync cable.
When iTunes is done restoring the device, it displays a message letting you know that the device is about to restart.
Click "OK" to restart the device. If you are restoring an iPhone or iPod touch, wait for the "iPhone / iPod touch is activated" message to appear on the screen of the device before you disconnect it from the computer.
You may now restore your backup of the device or remove it from the computer.
hope this helps
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