iPod Touch won't stop rebooting
My 2nd gen iPod touch (which is no longer under warranty) has lost it's mind. I was having trouble connecting to my wifi network so I went to Apple's troubleshooting site and it suggested I reset the network settings. Immediately after doing so the iPod stating rebooting and will not stop (it goes black, shows the apple logo screen, flashes white for a sec, then starts over). It keeps rebooting till the battery dies and starts up again as soon as I charge it. iTunes won't recognize the pod while it's stuck in the reboot loop so I tried putting it in dfu/recovery mode. iTunes recognizes it then but I get an error (1611) when I try to restore. I've never had any problems with it prior to this. Any suggestions on how to fix it?
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