disconnected itouch when was copyinf files to pc via iphone browser

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  1. qwerty53

    qwerty53 New Member

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    Hi,
    I disconnected the ipod by mistake when was copying files from it with iphonebrowser.
    Did I do something bad to the ipod? Because I know that when you synch with itunes you cannot even touch it...
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    macfanboy New Member

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    just cjeck...see if u can sync wit itunes or with iphone browser...probably wat happened is that only half of the things u were tying to copy to the iphone got copied
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    qwerty53 New Member

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    I was cpoying files FROM the itouch to pc. my question is whether I screwed the memory of the touch?
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    JBB New Member

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    It depends what you were transferring, but it sounds like it wasn't any system files.
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    qwerty53 New Member

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    I was transfering a big zip file I downloaded
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    It should be no problem, as long as it didn't affect the 300MB partition of the iPod touch where system files are stored. You probably only affected the Media partition, and it should be fine.
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    qwerty53 New Member

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    yes I effected the media partition but the question is how. did I create permanent damage to the memory like bad sectors?
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    I'm not sure, if the iPod touch seems to be running fine, then I wouldn't worry about it.

    If you're still concerned, you could navigate through the file directory and see if everything looks fine, or restore the iPod touch as a last resort.
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    ok. thanks for your help

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