If you have an older Apple i Pod Touch (First Generation) having firmware version 1.x.x upgrading to the latest i Pod Touch Firmware 2.x.x requires paying Apple a one time .95 fee through the i Tunes Store, but here is simple trick to upgrade to the latest available firmware version without paying anything. "Capacity: 7.08GB" does anyone know whats going on here?
because the third takes like a day to download, after 15 minutes I've only downloaded 1.47 mb on that one O.
O out of 250 The first link doesnt work for me, I tried it from other people too and it's always the pdf.apple.com/protected....
blah link for everyone that posts the 2.2.1 restore, except for the alternate links but the second is a virus and the third could take a day or 3 to download, with the computer on the whole time I had this problem after updating my ipod touch a while ago. Anyways, I found a post somewhere that allowed you to boot the touch in safemode and that basically forced itunes to see it.
Startup itunes, plug in your touch, then just hold down the home and power button at the same time.
when you see the apple icon, let go of the power button and keep holding the home button until you see a USB cable icon on you touch screen.