Question about Apple iPod touch
First, be sure to fully verify you have the right passcode.
If you set up your options on the iPod touch to do a data wipe after 10 incorrect codes, it will wipe the data from your iPod after trying 10 times incorrectly.
If you forgot your passcode or it just isn't working, you may want to do a restore of your iPod touch, either from scratch and do a full re-sync or from your latest backup
From scratch, plug in your iPod to iTunes, and click on it when it shows in the device list on the left side. Click the restore button, and follow the prompts.
From a backup: right click the iPod in the device list and choose "restore from backup" from there choose the backup that is closest to the date before you had the problem.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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