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How can i reset my iPod to factory settings?


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I had my iPod synced to my Mac, then i hooked it up to my PC and as usual it got messed up (deleted all my songs). I want to reset my iPod to factory settings and then connect it to my mac only. How can i do this?

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Either use the software that came with the disc, or get the latest download from Apple.com. You'll have two options: Update and Reset (or Reformat). Click Reset (or Reformat). It will then clear everything and restore to factory settings.
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awesome thanks alot iSheep
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