Question about Apple iPod touch
According to information provided by the manufacturer, when the incorrect passcode is repeatedly entered your iPod Touch will become disabled for longer and longer intervals. Eventually you will only be able to attempt entering the passcode again by syncing the iPod with your computer.
Unfortunately, syncing an iPod to a computer that does not have your iTunes library present removes all the content from your iPod's memory. To avoid this, iTunes 7 and later versions offer a way for you to transfer the files that you purchased through the iTunes music store to that computer, by authorizing it to be used with your iTunes account. Please keep in mind though that this may only apply to the files that you purchased and downloaded through iTunes itself.
Alternatively, you may always attempt a system restore. System restores return your iPod to the original factory settings, but all the information that you have loaded onto it may be erased (including your selected password). If you're not quite sure how to perform a system restore, you can find step-by-step instructions by visiting the following link:
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