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Step 4: Keep holding the Home button and wait for the device to switch on.
After few minutes, the ‘Connect to i Tunes’ will appear on the device. Step 5: i Tunes should say that the device has been detected in Recovery Mode.
Step 3: Select Restore after the backup is complete.
You can now use the latest back up to restore the device.
After the device is connected to i Tunes, you’re going to see some errors such as ‘i Tunes can’t connect to the device because it has a passcode applied.
Enter the passcode before it can connect to i Tunes’.
You'll now see a folder call "ipod_control"—double-click to access it, and simply copy or drag and drop your mp3 files into it!
That's it, now you have music on your i Pod without ever having to use i Tunes!
i Tunes is going to open it automatically, and the case it doesn’t, go ahead and open it yourself.Adding a passcode is the usual route taken to increase the security of your device.However, you can forget the passcode easily or a kid messed up the passcode or someone made a lucky guess, then the device is going to get locked.It can only play a limited number of audio formats and limited video playback formats. I also finally found a tool called copytrans manager that transfers w/o Itunes.I heard Winamp Lite media play is an alternative to move & sync files into Ipod. It appears Idealshare work in a similar manner as CTM looking at the user guide. Here is the Youtube tutorial of copy trans manager. However, newer devices like the i Pad, i Phone, and i Pod touch will let you set up the device without i Tunes, as long as you have Wi-Fi around and have i OS 5 or above preloaded.You can also perform software updates and backups over Wi-Fi, whereas older i Pods and i Pod touches still need a wired connection to i Tunes.Select OK and Restore for the device to be restored.Below is a detailed video guide with all the steps on how to recover a disabled i Phone or i Pad.At the height of its popularity, the i Pod made up almost 50% of Apple's revenue.Now that the smartphones and tablets we use every day have the ability to store and play music, the i Pod's glory days are over.