I have an iPod Touch in my possession that has had the photos and videos taken with it's internal camera lost. They told me they had hooked the iPod Touch to the computer, something went wrong, when it was done there were no photos or videos on the Camera Roll. I'm not talking about photos synced from the PC or Mac. I'm talking about things that were captured with the iPod Touch itself. The client had talked to Apple after the event and didn't get too far. They did take a new photo with the built in camera and that is all that is in the Camera Roll now. In the past I've successfully recovered photos from hard drives and SD cards that were accidentally deleted. But for some reason I can't get to the right volume on the iPod Touch to even attempt this. Well, once I saw a F:\DCIM folder when the iPod Touch was hooked to my virtual machine, but the only app I had (******** iPad iPhone iPod to Computer Transfer) that claimed to be able to recover would crash on launch every time. The solution may involve using a Windows computer to see the "drive", as the Mac seems to not give me access. Also, maybe I need to find a hack to put the iPod Touch in disk mode? Does anyone know a way to recover these images and videos?