I bought a 16GB iPod touch 3 days ago, and right until yesterday it has worked really nicely. Yesterday I was listening to music and then suddenly it just shut itself down and rebooted to the apple logo. As soon as the "Slide to unlock" srceen appeared after the reboot it shut itself down again and went back to the apple logo and so on, and so on.... in a constant loop. I restored the 1.1.4 firmware in iTunes which took quite a few tries since it kept saying "Unknown error (6)" during the restore. The device was in almost as sorry a state once it was restored, except I could at least click around for maybe 10-15 seconds before it shut down now. One last thing I tried was (very quickly while I got chance after reboot) turning OFF wi-fi and disabling the auto lock. Voila! With wi-fi off and the screen set never to lock it worked fine for the rest of the day. Now this morning when I woke up the battery had drained completely even though the device wasn't in use all night (I suspect this is because I assumed it ould go to sleep after a while but I think you have to explicitly turn them off?). That aside, it was stuck in this constant reboot loop again. I left it a little while and tried later and it started working again. But now it's doing the same thing again!!! WTF? It seems like my brand new iPod is a disaster and a waste of AU$500. Does anyone know anything about this? I have to admit that I tried JailBreaking it unsuccessfully when I got it, but just gave up and left the 1.1.4 firmware on it (a fresh restore). Does the restore process do a full reformat as well? If not, how do I do that? Maybe there's a filesystem issue.... I also notice that it relatively warm when it gets into this state (by no means "hot", but warmer than desirable). Maybe it's overheating? I'm completely stumped Please Register or Log in to view images Does anyone know if doing a fresh restore of the 1.1.4 firmware hides the fact you ever tried to jailbreak it as far as being under warranty is concerned?