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no, but if any of your friends hav a computer its really easy!!im so happy i just unlocked mine!!!!!:)if your frends do here are the instructions:
1.plug in your ipod
2.go to MY COMPUTER
3.got to your ipod
4.click on ipod control
5.click on device
6.delete the file that says ( _locked)
plz let me know if this works for you!!
First, try to restore using iTunes. If this doesn't work, place your iPod in disk mode (hold the menu and center buttons down togther) and as soon as you see the Apple symbol come up hold the center and play (bottom) buttons down together until you see a check mark (disk mode). It may take a few trys.
Now connect your iPod to your computer. Go to my computer and right click the drive associate with your iPod (for example F: ) and scroll down to FORMAT. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT - CHOOSE FAT32 and then check the "Quick Format" box. After you do this then use iTunes to Restore your iPods another time.
Apple sent the iPod nano back to me in factory reset condition (this is expected). And, in fact, the nano worked fine for a while after being returned to me in that state. Is it the case that nanos need to be factory reset every few months? I factory reset my unit using the March 23 update this evening after the problem started up again. And, the unit seems fine again after doing that and reloading my song/podcast library.
Is the tight iSkin case with hard plastic covering for the thumb wheel somehow causing the wheel to press the Select-Play combination that causes a normal reset? I should call/email iSkin and ask about this. But, how about anyone else out there with other similar case designs that includes a hard plastic cover over the circular control?
Of course, it could be that I just have a one-of-a-kind slightly flaky unit that passes Apple?s diagnostics because of some oddball unique problem.
If you have a similar issue, chime in (especially if you can explain it :-).