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Old 16-01-2009
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Resetting iPod

Hello.
I need help. How do you reset a 1st generation iPod that is freeze and not respond to commands . So guys help me to reset it. thanks for any help !
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Re: Resetting iPod

To reset iPod , press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time until you see the Apple logo.
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Re: Resetting iPod

Is this an iPod first generation or iPod Touch first Generation?


How to reset iPod
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1320

iPod touch and iPhone: Turning on/off and resetting
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1430
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Apple's reset utility for iPod Shuffle 1st generation

Here is Apple's reset utility for iPod Shuffle 1st generation
  1. Make sure your iPod is fully charged.
  2. Eject your iPod Shuffle from iTunes or your desktop, if connected. Tip: For Windows users only
    • In the Notifications area of the Taskbar, left-click the Safely Remove Hardware icon.
    • Note: If you don't see the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the Taskbar, you can remove iPod shuffle (Second Generation) from the dock.
    • Choose Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device from the shortcut menu. If you have other USB drives attached, you may need to repeat this if you're not sure which drive letter corresponds to your iPod.
  3. Remove iPod shuffle from the USB port.
  4. Move the switch on the back of iPod Shuffle to the off position. Tip: When iPod shuffle is off, the green stripe by the switch is not visible.
  5. Wait 5 seconds.
  6. Move the switch on the back to the play. The green stripe will be visible.

Your iPod shuffle is now reset. If after resetting iPod shuffle you are going to attach it to your computer, be sure to place the switch in the off position. If you were resetting as part of some troubleshooting steps, continue with those steps now. For general troubleshooting steps see the iPod shuffle troubleshooting and service FAQ.
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Re: Resetting iPod

Hey thanks a lot guys for the help!
You guys rock!
Thanks Paxton for the links!
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