Question about Apple iPod touch
If your iPod touch is locked by a 4-digit passcode, the only way to get
past it is to force the unit into restore mode by doing the following:
1. Start iTunes and Plug the iPod touch in to your computer via the sync cable. This could be firewire and/or USB.
2. Hold the sleep/wake button(the button at the top) and the menu button(round button at the bottom) down at the same time. Keep them both pressed until you see the 'restore' screen (an iPod cable and an iTunes disc symbol) on the iPod touch. If the ipod turns off or shows the "Slide to power down", just wait and try again. It takes about 10 seconds. Once the restore screen shows, Release the buttons.
3. Windows should quickly "install driver software" for a few seconds. iTunes should now display the iPod touch, along with a message that the iPod touch is in recovery mode. Click the RESTORE button in iTunes to restore the iPod touch.
Please note that doing this will erase the contents of the iPod touch -- that's how the system is designed to work: a passcode lock is meant to protect the data on the iPod.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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