Question about Apple iPod touch
If you can no longer use the ipod because it is locked due to the passcode, then the only thing you can do is to do a restore. Open your itunes in your computer then connect the sync cable on the usb port that came with your ipod (do not plug in the other end of the cable to the ipod yet). Now, press and hold down the Home button on the ipod for like 3 seconds, do not let go, then plugin the other end of the usb cable. Your itunes should detect the ipod and would ask you to do a restore. Just follow thru the wizard/instructions and you should be able to do a restore. Please be informed, though, that this will delete all saved data on your ipod.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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