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First try to restore your iPod from backup. To do that, connect your [http://www.skiusainc.com/ios-app-development|iOS device]iOS device to the computer you sync it to and, in iTunes, click the Restore button. Follow the onscreen instructions and in a few minutes your device should be usable again.
First try to restore your iPod from backup. To do that, connect your [http://www.skiusainc.com/ios-app-development|iOS device]iOS device to the computer you sync it to and, in iTunes, click the Restore button. Follow the onscreen instructions and in a few minutes your device should be usable again.
 
If that doesn't work, or if you've never synced your device to iTunes, you need to try Recovery mode.
 
It will definitely work and I hope your problem with disabled iPod will get solved.
 
Thanks

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Original post by: Shirley ,

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First try to restore your iPod from backup. To do that, connect your [http://www.skiusainc.com/ios-app-development|iOS device] to the computer you sync it to and, in iTunes, click the Restore button. Follow the onscreen instructions and in a few minutes your device should be usable again.

If that doesn't work, or if you've never synced your device to iTunes, you need to try Recovery mode.

It will definitely work and I hope your problem with disabled iPod will get solved.

Thanks

Status:

open