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The easiest fix is to restore your iPod through iTunes. After you restore your iPod you will be able to enter a new passcode
Connect your iPod to your computer and let it sync with iTunes. Once it is done syncing, click on the restore button; don't worry, you won't lose any of your information we'll take care of choosing the right restore point later. Once you have verified that you want to restore the iPod iTunes will go through the process of restoring your iPod, iTunes will present you with a page with two options. The first is to set up the iPod as a brand new iPod and the second is to restore it with a previously saved backup, you want the second one. Select the "Restore from backup" option, the first listed backup will be the newest backup that you have available, this will be the one you want. Click on the continue button and wait. It is very important that you do not interrupt the restore process as you could easily lose change the settings and not have it restored properly. If however you are not able to do these steps, you are mostly out of luck and will have to start over.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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