Hey guys I'm having a slight problem here with my ipod touch. Specs: iPod Touch 3rd Generation 32 GB OS 4.0.2 (But problems persisted since OS4 release) The problem is simply this: It loses time when turned off. Now I know most of you will say "it never really needs to be turned off" but the fact, every once in a while it HAS to be reset (by reset, I mean restarted). I've encountered corrupt memory a couple times down the line, apps freeze, the os might freeze or get very slow and a restart is needed. More then once now my battery death has creeped up on me out of nowhere, I didn't realize it was so low and it died. But..even if the battery is alive and the device is powered off, time and date reset. It goes back to any mid year months in 2008 and around 1-5 AM for time. Now heres the real kicker. This creates two more INSANE, unexplainable problems when corrected. Problem Number one! After changing the date and time back to normal, sometimes locking the device will cause it to never wake up from the lock (ex. Pressing lock or home wont wake it up) and it will have to be restarted. Of course, the time will be reset AGAIN. And sometimes, the lock problem doesn't happen at all. Now for problemo numero dos.. This one occurs no matter if locking the device bricks it or not. Every time the date and time is successfully changed back, no matter WHAT WIFI network I'm on (it is NOT picky with this one at all) it totally nukes the entire network. Meaning, everyone on it experiences a disconnect. This has happened at home, friends, family's house, wifi spots all over. Wherever my plagued device is connected. The Router keeps broadcasting that it is a healthy wifi spot and a strong signal but reconnecting to it or putting the RIGHT password to reconnect just times out, how to fix this? The affected router has to be physically rebooted (by unplugging and plugging back in). To solve THIS problem I have to turn off Wifi when I fix the date and time!!!!! Note, NONE of this has happened to my iPod on os 3.1.2, 3.1.3 but only since my upgrade to OS4. Main question here is, restoring it going to help at all? Or is this a serious OS4 bug that apple needs to fix and restoring will waste my time when I have to batch convert 400+ apple lossless albums to AAC for my iPod for a day and a half, finding out this solved nothing at all. EDIT: Yes, OS4 added the ability for me to maliciously nuke any WiFi network I want. No, I don't do it intentionally.