iPod Touch Problems

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by btman, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. btman macrumors newbie

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    So normally this is how life goes. At least with my friends nano.

    He puts on songs on HIS iTunes.

    I bring it to my house and use Winamp and put on my songs on his iPod without deleting his.

    Now he has a Touch.. And it says it's "found" and "installed" but then it didn't show up in Winamp or iTunes. So I try a different USB drive and stuff and eventually iTunes says:

    "iTunes could not connect to the iPhone '''' because an unknown error occured (OxE8000035)."

    Wtf he has a Touch not an iPhone.

    So I look this up online.. And find some solutions that look dumb but what seemed to be the official solution was to boot the iPod into its safe mode or w.e its called, open iTunes and have it reset everything. So I do that.. iTunes downloads a 165 MB software update and prepares to reset it... Then..

    BAM

    "The iPod "iPod" could not be restored. An unnown error occured (2002).

    Wow. So any ideas as to what the hell I do ?

    Thanks so much
     
  2. iParis macrumors 68040

    iParis

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    New Mexico
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    That sucks!
    Well hopefully your friend knows how to complain to the Apple Store.
     
  3. Cheerful87 macrumors newbie

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    iTunes could not connect to the iPhone~~because an unknown error occured (OxE800003)

    iTunes could not connect to the iPhone ~~ because an unknown error occured (OxE8000035).

    Okay after working on this problem since 1:20pm, downloading drivers, searching the net for answers, making a service appt at my local Apple store.

    I SOLVED MY PROBLEM !

    I switched cords.

    I bought a new charger "GRIFFIN" . It's black. Instead of using my orginal white cord to connect to the USB and sync, I used the new black one that came with the charger. I thought they were the same? I guess not, everything worked fine when I switch back to the white.

    Hope this spares someone the time and frustration it caused me.
     
  4. brandon2009 macrumors newbie

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    My i-pod nano won't turn on. I have tried to charge it using my USB connection to my PC and it doesn't even open up i-tunes and register that it is connected.
     

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