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Downloaded wrong program for my IPod

I mistakenly bought the 2.0 upgrade for the IPhone and downloaded it to my IPod. Now everything is gone and I can't get it back. What can I do?

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When you upgrade, it effectively does a "Restore" which wipes out the info that was on your hard drive.

You may (I'm not 100% certain on this) be able to get to the info using a program like Touch Copy http://www.wideanglesoftware.com/touchcopy/ (it has a free trial).

It's worth a shot if it works. Otherwise your data is gone.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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