Omg i'm so dumb!

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  1. Heffe

    Heffe New Member

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    I set a password for volume limit just to see what it did then when I was looking through the other settings in videos and music and photos and stuff I forgot to turn the limit off!! IT WAS ON FREAKING LIKE 2% I CAN'T HEAR MY MUSIC! BECASUSE I FORGOT THE CODE NOW! OMG ISN'T THERE SOME WAY I CAN SSH INTO MY IPOD AND TAKE OFF THE CODE? ANYTHING BUT RESTORE x.x
  2. dudeitsriley

    dudeitsriley Banned

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    Pretty sure you have to restore...
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    mohaas05 New Member

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    Restore settings? Is that an option in Settings?
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    leadergo Active Member

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    couldn't have put it any better myself.

    restore is your only option. unless you remember the pass, then you'd get lucky.
  5. NeSEncHo

    NeSEncHo Active Member

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    Try This

    Try changing volumeLimits in /User/Library/Preferences/com.apple.celestial.plist. Put them to "1" instead of "0.something". Might need to respring or reboot after it.

    This Key:

    Code:
        <key>volumeLimits</key>
        <dict>
            <key>Headphone</key>
            <real>1</real>
            <key>Headset</key>
            <real>1</real>
        </dict>
    
  6. Heffe

    Heffe New Member

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    Thanks for the code but which do I change to 0? Both? Just first? Second one?
  7. NeSEncHo

    NeSEncHo Active Member

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    Both. It should be 0.something on your iPod. Change them to 1. If you change it to 0.... then you're just lowering the volume even more.

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