Question about Apple iPod touch
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Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are the original owner of the iPod just connect it to the computer that you first synced the device with.
If you have found an iPod that had a lock code on it and have attempted to guess the passwords incorrectly too many times, I recommend you do the right thing and give it back to the original owner if you can.
If you cannot find the original owner I see no point in letting a good piece of technology go to waste so follow these instructions.
1) Turn off the iPod by holding down the power button (button on the top) and sliding the slider across to shut it off.
2) Find your Sync Cable and Plug it into the computer (just the computer, not the iPod yet)
3) Open iTunes
4) Hold down the home button. (Button at the bottom) While still holding down the button connect the sync cable to the iPod.
This should put the iPod into recovery mode. Once in recovery mode iTunes should pop up a message stating that it has detected an iPod in recovery mode and should allow you to restore it. This will delete all of the data/music on the iPod but will allow you to use it as if it were new.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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