Solved: iPod Touch... LOCKED?!!

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nvr.bck.from.mac

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i just recently purchased an iPod Touch g1 on ebay. it was in great condition and eventually powered up just fine. (it was in 'super-dead mode') it came-to, and i got a password screen!

it was synced with another computer and i can't get it to even let iTunes recognize it. it'll just say it has to be connected to the computer it was originally synced with. i took it to the local mac store (sort of a miniature mac store), and he tried restoring it in DFU mode, but it didn't work. the nearest mac store that will reflash it is a two and a half hour drive away, and i'm definitely not buying the gas to go that far.

is there a hack or something i can download or get the link to so i can reflash it myself?
 
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Take it back to the "mini" Mac store and talk to a manager. If he/she says they can't help you, insist you need this fixed and don't have the time/money to go to the full Apple store.
 
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nvr.bck.from.mac

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i got it taken care of. don't worry.

i just restored it a special way. it was interesting, but i kinda don't know what i did. but i have a good idea. it wasn't anything with hacking or anything it's just a crazy addition to the restore process. no extra software or anything. just a couple extra steps.

thanks for trying though.
 
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