I bought an iPod Touch second hand. It's 32GB, 4th generation (it has a camera, I know what versions this is). When I got it it had the picture that the new ones have, the screen used up to iOS 4 saying to connect it to iTunes. So I did. It said it's running 4.2.1 and could be updated. So I tried to update it. And I've been trying for 3 hours since then. Every time I try to update the software, I get a message saying: "The iPod "iPod" cannot be restored at this time because the iPod software update server could not be contacted or is temporarily unavailable" It ALWAYS happens right after iTunes finishes "Extracting software..." I don't have a clue what this means, but it apparently means I can't update the software on the iPod. Can someone please tell me why and and how to fix it? I've tried the whole DFU mode and holding down the home and power button thing when starting. I've also deleted the iPod software updates in the ~/library/itunes/ folder, but then it just downloaded the software and again stopped. Please help!