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[*title] Setting the device up again
[*
black] StartTreat the iPoddevice as a new iPoddevice. You have to do this, since starting it offrestoring a backup will potentially restore the forgotten password and this procedure will have to be repeatedrepeated again. Set it up as a new device, so this doesn't happen.
[* icon_note] Your computeriTunes will defaultwant to restoringrestore the device from a backup when you get toby default. Do not do this, as this screen. You can'twill restore the forgotten password. Make a new backup since thewith your new password is stored in the backup. You might as welland delete anythe old backups to make sure you know havedo not inadvertently restore them at a password.
[* icon_note] The name of the previous owner lives on this backup, so I had to blur it out
later date by accident.
[*title] Setting the device up again
[*
black] StartTreat the iPoddevice as a new iPoddevice. You have to do this, since starting it offrestoring a backup will potentially restore the forgotten password and this procedure will have to be repeatedrepeated again. Set it up as a new device, so this doesn't happen.
[* icon_note] Your computeriTunes will defaultwant to restoringrestore the device from a backup when you get toby default. Do not do this, as this screen. You can'twill restore the forgotten password. Make a new backup since thewith your new password is stored in the backup. You might as welland delete anythe old backups to make sure you know havedo not inadvertently restore them at a password.
[* icon_note] The name of the previous owner lives on this backup, so I had to blur it out
later date by accident.