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iPod touch disabled for 22 Million minutes. How do I fix this, or at least rip music files?

Discussion in 'General iOS discussions' started by Cam, May 15, 2013.

  1. Cam

    Cam Active Member

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    I don't know how it happened, but it says my (4th gen) device is disabled for 22,557,370 minutes. I can't put it in restore mode because I need to somehow be able to rip music files from it before I can fully restore it. Any ideas?
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    Picture please? :D Sorry, but it is halarious.

    There is a program that you can use to get files off of it... Dr. Aarix or Sir ValleyForge (;)) should know how to help. :)
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    can you access the file system? is it jailbroken? What music are we talking about? From itunes?
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  7. Cam

    Cam Active Member

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    Setting the clock 50 years didn't do anything, and iExplorer is virtually the same thing as SharePod, so my device won't show up simply because it's disabled.
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    Try using ifunbox
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    Does going into DFU mode before using iExplorer help?
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    You can retrieve the music from it using this SSH ramdisk. Music is stored in /var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/Music.

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