Springboard App in iTunes

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Togor, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. Togor

    Togor New Member

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    I'm very freaked out right now. I put my iPod in DFU mode because it wouldn't boot up correctly and iTunes wouldn't recognize it. It finally did but this is showing up:

    Update: I can access the files in the application folder on my computer.

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  2. sambalayne

    sambalayne Banned

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    um... try reinstalling itunes or use a different computer i have no idea whats up
  3. cocotutch

    cocotutch Community Development Team Staff Member

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    Thats the default iTunes List Item for Applications, it has nothing to do with your Device. If your device is in DFU, hold the Power Button for about 6 sec, if that doesn't do anything, hold Power and Home for 10 sec it will Reboot.
  4. Togor

    Togor New Member

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    I've already restored my iPod and they went away. I know how to get out of it I was just making sure this is normal.

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