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I don't know what happened, but my iTouch has yellow lines over the apple logo. I tried connecting it to my iTunes to do some damage control (whatever happened), but nothing's happening.

What am I supposed to do?
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Do you have an Apple store there in the Philippines or an authorized Apple service repair? It sounds like problems with the display. Hooking it to your computer and running iTunes can't repair a damaged or defective display. You can try a restore from iTunes, but make sure you copy all your music, videos, files, and whatever else you have to your computer first as they will be wiped out during the restore.

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Do you have an Apple store there in the Philippines or an authorized Apple service repair? It sounds like problems with the display. Hooking it to your computer and running iTunes can't repair a damaged or defective display. You can try a restore from iTunes, but make sure you copy all your music, videos, files, and whatever else you have to your computer first as they will be wiped out during the restore.

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yer try that because I think that your iPod iOs has a error when it comes to the apple sign!
hope it works
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