A possible solution to my new problem. Think it'll work?

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    holbikwolff10 New Member

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    As a few of you know from my previous posts, I have a DFU'd iPod Touch which I am unable to restore. And now, I have a new problem:

    While trying to fix it, I deleted all the music in iTunes. Now all the music is in the DFU'd iPod Touch, but the thing is in DFU and none of the transfer programs I've tried have worked yet.

    Now here's the solution I have thought of, which lead me to new questions:

    I could just remove the flash memory and get it directly off.
    The reason I think this may be possible is because I know
    1) that the memory is made up of a few memory sticks and
    2) that the firmware is on a seperate part from the data.

    So, would it work, assuming I try each stick seperately by putting them on USB? I really need some other input from you guys before I try this, because the iPod may still have hope of being fixed if I dont do this. I really need as much info as I can while I try to decide if I'll do this.

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