iPod touch URGENT: My iPod downgraded on its own?

burtonlang

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 5, 2008
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I just picked up my iPod Touch, and it wouldn't turn on. I knew I had just charged it, but I put it on my dock anyway. Within a few seconds, the iPod turned on. I took it off the dock, and it said it had full battery. The thing was, though, that all my apps were gone, several purchases had disappeared, and my iPod no longer ran iPhone 2.0 (I checked calculator to make sure).

It seems almost like it reset to the settings and items it had several syncs ago, before 2.0 came out, except that the brightness was lower, and my wallpaper, which I had set when I first got the iPod, was different.

What has happened? I'm not going to have to re-purchase 2.0 or any of my apps, am I? (most of my apps are free, but a few of them cost 8-10 dollars).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,
burtonlang.
 

tonyshucraft

macrumors regular
Feb 15, 2008
133
1
I just picked up my iPod Touch, and it wouldn't turn on. I knew I had just charged it, but I put it on my dock anyway. Within a few seconds, the iPod turned on. I took it off the dock, and it said it had full battery. The thing was, though, that all my apps were gone, several purchases had disappeared, and my iPod no longer ran iPhone 2.0 (I checked calculator to make sure).

It seems almost like it reset to the settings and items it had several syncs ago, before 2.0 came out, except that the brightness was lower, and my wallpaper, which I had set when I first got the iPod, was different.

What has happened? I'm not going to have to re-purchase 2.0 or any of my apps, am I? (most of my apps are free, but a few of them cost 8-10 dollars).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,
burtonlang.
Eh, I think your apps would be on your computer wouldn't they?
 

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