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Hi there, I turned my ipod touch on to sleep mode and now I can't turn it on or off

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Press the power button for a few seconds and it should starts

If nor maybe hasnt battery letf connect to your PC to charge an turn it on

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Is it locked by a password? Or something more terrible occurred to it? To unlock screen password, you can enter your iPod touch into DFU mode:

1. Plug in your iPod touch and turn it off. Hold down the "Home" and "Sleep/Wake" buttons for about twelve seconds.
You'll briefly see the silver Apple logo and then your touch will appear to turn back off.
2. Release the "Sleep/Wake" button but continue to hold the "Home" button until you see a message in iTunes stating that it has detected an iPod in recovery mode.
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Your iPod touch shows a lock symbol on the top of the screen when it's in lock mode. This protects your iPod from being accidentally bumped on or off while you're focused on other things. Getting in and out of lock mode is somewhat intuitive, but can take a couple of tries the first time.

What Does Lock Mode Do? Lock mode keeps you from accidentally turning your iPod on or off.
This helps save battery life if you have it locked while it's asleep.
It prevents your music from turning off if you've put your iPod in your pocket. However.
it's not an advanced security feature -- anyone can bring your iPod out of lock mode if they know how.
Lock Symbol When you see the lock symbol on the top of your iPod touch's screen, it always means that the iPod is in lock mode. There's no other reason for that symbol to appear. If it appears and your iPod is not in lock mode, just turn your iPod touch off and then on again and it should disappear. b> Entering Lock Mode b> Press the Sleep/Wake button on the top right of the iPod touch. You may need to hold it down for a couple of seconds. Don't hold it down for too long, as ten seconds or so will force a restart and turn your iPod completely off and then on again. b> Exiting Lock Mode b> Press the Sleep/Wake button again, and wait a moment for the screen to light up. You'll see a slider bar that prompts you to slide it to wake up and unlock the iPod touch. Put a finger or thumb on the solid part of the slider, then slide your finger to the right. This gesture is simple, but might take a couple of tries. You need to tap firmly on the slider, then keep contact with the iPod as you slide to the right.

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Your iPod touch shows a lock symbol on the top of the screen when it's in lock mode. This protects your iPod from being accidentally bumped on or off while you're focused on other things. Getting in and out of lock mode is somewhat intuitive, but can take a couple of tries the first time.

What Does Lock Mode Do? Lock mode keeps you from accidentally turning your iPod on or off. This helps save battery life if you have it locked while it's asleep. It prevents your music from turning off if you've put your iPod in your pocket. However. it's not an advanced security feature -- anyone can bring your iPod out of lock mode if they know how.
Lock Symbol When you see the lock symbol on the top of your iPod touch's screen, it always means that the iPod is in lock mode. There's no other reason for that symbol to appear. If it appears and your iPod is not in lock mode, just turn your iPod touch off and then on again and it should disappear. b> Entering Lock Mode b> Press the Sleep/Wake button on the top right of the iPod touch. You may need to hold it down for a couple of seconds. Don't hold it down for too long, as ten seconds or so will force a restart and turn your iPod completely off and then on again. b> Exiting Lock Mode b> Press the Sleep/Wake button again, and wait a moment for the screen to light up. You'll see a slider bar that prompts you to slide it to wake up and unlock the iPod touch. Put a finger or thumb on the solid part of the slider, then slide your finger to the right. This gesture is simple, but might take a couple of tries. You need to tap firmly on the slider, then keep contact with the iPod as you slide to the right. Hope this helps.

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Restart iPod touch

To restart iPod touch, first turn iPod touch off by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button until a red slider appears. Slide your finger across the slider and iPod touch will turn off after a few moments.

Next, turn iPod touch on by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.

Is iPod touch not responding? To reset iPod touch, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least 10 seconds, until the Apple logo appears.

If your device does not turn on or displays a red battery icon, try recharging next.

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Turn off your iPod by holding down the "Play/Pause" button for two or three seconds. The screen should go blank, and your iPod will remain off until you turn it back on again by holding down the "Play/Pause" button.2 Let your iPod go to sleep. When an iPod isn't used for two or three minutes, it automatically goes into "sleep" mode. The screen will go black until you touch any of the controls. Sleep mode uses considerably less battery power.
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    1. Hold down Sleep/Wake button and Home button together, until the iPod touch powers off. Once the iPod touch turns on again, let go of the Sleep/Wake button about 1 or 2 seconds later, still holding the Home button. Once plugged in to your computer, iTunes will recognize the device is in Recovery Mode. You can now restore which will set the iPod touch back to factory defaults, thus removing the passcode.

    2. Open up iLiberty+ and other the Other Tools tab select Enter DFU Mode. Your iPod touch will be recognized as in Recovery Mode by iTunes once you plug it in, at which point you can restore through iTunes. This will wipe the passcode as you're setting the device back to factory defaults.

    3. Open up ZiPhone and select Prepare for Upgrade. You're iPod touch needs to be plugged in to your computer before doing so, and once you select that option iTunes will recognize that your device is in recovery mode. You can now restore through iTunes which sets the device back to factory default thus removing the passcode.

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    My Ipod touch screen suddenly began to display everything huge. What happened?


    Hi mariaelenaga,

    To set a minimum font size for messages:


    Choose "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" > Minimum Font Size, then choose Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, or Giant.


    Also, you may need to try the following:


    Restarting and Resetting iPod touch

    If something isn't working right, restarting, force quitting an application, or resetting iPod touch will likely solve the problem.


    Restart iPod touch: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears.

    Slide your finger across the slider to turn off iPod touch. To turn iPod touch back on, press and hold the Sleep/Wake until the Apple logo appears.


    If you can't turn off iPod touch or if the problem continues, you may need to reset. A

    reset should be done only if turning iPod touch off and on doesn't resolve the problem.


    Force quit an application: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on top of iPod touch

    for a few seconds until a red slider appears, and then press and hold the Home button

    until the application quits.


    Reset iPod touch: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the
    same time for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.

    This information was sourced from the iPod Touch official user guide at:

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/iPod_touch_3.0_User_Guide.pdf


    Hope this helps.

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    Linksys wont connect with my itouch


    First we got to figure out what is your ip address of the router by default it's 192.168.1.1.

    If not, go to any of your working PC's go to Start>Run: Type in CMD, Command Prompt should come up , type in ipconfig and check out what your Default Gateway is (your router ip)

    In browser type in router ip for example: http://192.168.1.1/

    If asked for password by default: admin (no username)

    Once you are logged in go to Wireless and then Wireless Security, you will find your WEP WPA keys or passphrase (write that down).

    Troubleshoot Tutorials:

    Here are some other tricks to get you connected with your Ipod Touch:

    The method with restarting modem/router and turning back on ipod touch didn't work?

    Try These:

    Turn OFF every single PC, turn off your cable/dsl modem, turn off your router and your Ipod Touch. Got it? Cool!

    Now turn on your Modem first wait till it syncs (30-45sec), Turn on your router wait till it syncs with modem (30sec), then turn on your ipod touch!

    There is one difference between turning OFF your Ipod Touch and Sleep Mode.
    Sleep Mode is when you click on the button on top and Ipod Touch is off, well I wasn't talking about that.
    To TURN OFF your Ipod Touch you have to HOLD that button for about 5-7sec and then move the red bar to the right. To turn it back on repeat the step above by holding button for 5-7sec!

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    Ipod in sleep mode


    How to Enable Sleep Mode :
    1. Access the main menu on your iPod
    2. Go to the extras menu > clock
    3. Select your current time ensuring that your timezone settings are correct
    4. Select the Sleep Timer options
    5. Select the time that you want your iPod to shut down

    And if your iPod goes into Deep Sleep Mode then here is the answer to that :
    Right "Deep Sleep" is a battery saving mode if the iPod is not touched in say a 18-24 hour period I think. It reboots (resets) coming out of this mode.

    1) There are people reporting that they must always reset their iPod to turn it back on after shutting it off, they don't really mention deep sleep at all, search for "must always reset" or something along those lines

    2) I'm not sure if this is documented anywhere specifically. It is a normal function of the iPod that we discovered somewhere along the line. Not sure where the first talk about it came from, you may find information on this searching "deep sleep" there was a hack to force the iPod immediately into deep sleep once upon a time.

    3) Not exactly. If an iPod has gone into deep sleep, plugging it into the power will automatically start the reboot. In the case of buttons you should be able to touch a button and it will start to reboot, I have found with my 3G iPod it takes a very deliberate touch or two or three touches to the touch sensitive buttons to get it to wake up, but you shouldn't HAVE to do the reset command (i.e. menu/select button held down), if you do you may be looking at more of the original problemin #1

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    Stuck on black and white Apple logo screen


    Hi,

    Solution 1) Press Hold/Sleep & hold buttons at same time for 20 seconds, This may fix you problem.

    If problem is still alive follow solution 2

    Solution 2) Press Hold/Sleep & hold buttons at same time for 10 sec. & then leave only Hold/Sleep button keep home button pressed & connect you ipod to PC, That means you have to bring your ipod in DFU mode (Recovery mode) Check out this video for getting ipod touch in DFU mode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bITIiGswjFI
    . itune must be run on PC.
    It will ask you for restore. Accept Restore you ipod touch request by itune. Wait for few minutes while ipod being restored.

    This process will solve your problem 100%. I have solved same problem for ipod touch. Follow this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQk4-krrNVk

    Thanks.
    If my solution help you please vote up me.

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