wireless restore

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  1. fergusoni

    fergusoni Member

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    hey guys

    i have apost about my ipod not being recognized in itunes blah blah blah and i was wondering would it be possible to wirelessly restore as itunes cant connevt to it

    or would forcing it inot dfu or something work

    thanks
  2. n0va

    n0va Banned

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    dfu will work.
  3. fergusoni

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    I dont think it'll be able to restore wirelessly because of the fact that it turns the wifi off when it restores =/
  5. ShinyPants

    ShinyPants New Member

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    But I guess that's the future

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  6. RandomEskimo

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    If you mean using wifi sync, then no. Because when it restores it wipes the file system, which includes wifisync. I don't even think it would get that far.
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    you can restore all settings and remove all personal information on the device
  8. Hurr Durr

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    God, it takes long enough to do a wired restore, 30 new iPod generations would be released by the time it finishes, then go "Error 44543" and brick it.
  9. exit1010

    exit1010 Well-Known Member

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    Why dont you go to setting>general>delete all content and setting. (reset iPod). iTunes will then recognize it.

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