//GetData iPod Recovery Software

GetData iPod Recovery Software

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Recover deleted or lost files from your iPod. Specifically designed for iPod data recovery, Recover My iPod will bring back music, video and photos from an iPod drive.

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Description

To download GetData iPod Recovery Software:

Download GetData iPod Recovery Software

  1. Click the download button to begin the download.
  2. Save the Recover My iPod installation program to your Windows computer.
  3. Run Recover My iPod and search your iPod for deleted or lost files.
  4. NOTE: Software will only run on Windows PC’s
  5. NOTE: Software is not compatible with iPhones or the iPod Touch

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Recover My iPod

GetData iPod Recovery Software is iPod music recovery software to recover deleted or lost iPod files. Simple to use, it can quickly recover your valuable lost iPod files.

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Can Recover My iPod Help Me?

With GetData iPod Recovery Software you can:

  • Recover music, video and photos: .m4a, .mp3, .mov, quicktime and jpeg file types from your iPod.
  • Supports: iPod, shuffle, iPod Mini, Nano and other iPod devices. Does not support the iTouch or iPhone.
  • Recovers data after an iPod Reset or Restore.
  • Recover from iPod “Drive Not Formatted” message or when your iPod is not recognized by your computer.
  • Recover My iPod is risk free and will NOT change the contents of the iPod drive being searched.

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Read these STEP by STEP guides to iPod Recovery

 

iPod Recovery

Recover a Frozen iPod

If your iPod suddenly appears to freeze and no matter what buttons you press you cant get a response then there are a few simple steps to try before you need to consider iPod data recovery.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes, when an iPod is connected, is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to your iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

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Try the following iPod recovery steps:

1. Check the Hold Button

The first, and most basic of all, is to make sure that you don’t have the Hold function on your iPod engaged. This locks your iPod buttons to stop them from being accidentally pushed.

Physically slide the hold button backward and forward and check to see if your iPod is now unfrozen.

2. Reset Your iPod

Resetting an iPod is the equivalent of re-booting a computer. A reset should unfreeze your iPod and get it back to normal without the need for iPod data recovery software.

To reset your iPod press “Menu” and “Select” (the center button) at the same time and hold them down for at least 6 seconds (Learn more about resetting your iPod here). You should see the Apple logo appear and then the normal iPod menu display.

If you reset your iPod and the contents of your iPod are intact, you can continue to use the iPod normally, including auto-syncing with iTunes if desired.

3. The iPod Reset Did Not Work

If you cannot reset your iPod, or have reset your iPod but have lost your iPod music or files then you need to use iPod data recovery software. Download GetData iPod Recovery Software and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

iPod sad face icon: We provide iPod Restore Software for Data Recovery on your iPod

My iPod is displaying a sad face icon

If your iPod displays a sad iPod icon it is usually NOT a good sign. In most cases, the sad iPod icon indicates a hardware issue.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to the iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

A. Test your iPod by manually placing the iPod in “Disk Mode”

If you are able to force iPod into Disk Mode then it may not be a hardware issue. To manually enter Disk Mode:

  1. Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Set it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
  2. Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons for at least 6 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
  3. When the Apple logo appears, release the Menu and Select buttons and immediately press and hold the Select and the Play/Pause buttons until the Disk Mode screen appears.

When you are in Disk Mode your iPod will display a large tick and then at the top of the LCD will be written “Disk Mode” as seen in the following Apple graphic:

If you are able to force iPod into Disk Mode we recommend you now Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

B. My iPod will not manually go into Disk Mode

If you cannot force your iPod into disk mode and the sad face icon persists, then your iPod has a hardware issue. It may still be possible to recover your data. To arrange an iPod hardware recovery service please contact GetData.

iPod Recovery

iPod Exclamation Mark and Folder Icon

The iPod exclamation mark and folder icon is usually a sign of a communication error inside the iPod. This is common symptom when the hard drive inside your iPod looses is configuration settings.

What should I do?

The most appropriate course of action is to immediately try and recover the files from your iPod. Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

Restore iPod

The iTunes Restore button

Clicking the iTunes Restore button is the equivalent of telling your computer to Format a hard drive.

An iPod Restore erases the iPods drive structure. After an iTunes restore you should end up with an empty iPod, just like when it was new in the box.

The iPod restore command is usually accompanied by a warning such as this:

After an iPod restore you are in one of two situations:

1. You have a clean iPod, but still have your files in your iTunes music library.

In this case you don’t have a problem as you can connect your iPod to your computer and re-sync with iTunes.

2. You have a clean iPod, but no longer have your songs or files on your PC.

In this instance you need iPod recovery software. The Restore command however does not actually erase the data from your iPod. The data, including music and video can be recovered.

Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

iPod Data Recovery Software: Solve your iPod AutoSync issues

I lost my iPod files when…

  • I plugged my iPod into a computer, iTunes started and I watched all the music and files on my iPod suddenly disappear?
  • I reinstalled Windows, plugged my iPod into a computer, iTunes started and now my songs are all missing?
  • I connected my iPod to a friends computer, lost my music and now have my friends music on my iPod.

The most common cause of these problems is the iTunes Auto Sync option.

How iPod Auto Sync actually works

Auto Sync is an option within iTunes software. The idea is that when the Auto Sync option is enabled, as soon as you plug your iPod into the computer it automatically updates the files on your iPod with whatever is in the iTunes library of the computer to which you are connected.

It is a common mistake to think that all the music and files on your iPod gets copied onto the computer. It WILL NOT. Your iPod is READ ONLY. It will only RECEIVE FILES from iTunes.

How to Recover iPod files after a bad Auto Sync

It is likely you are in one of two situations:

1. I still have all my songs in iTunes – They are just missing from my iPod

If you still have your songs located on your PC within iTunes then you don’t have a problem. Connect your iPod to your PC and iTunes will sync itself with the iPod (iTunes will only copy files in one direction, from the computer to your iPod).

2. I have lost my songs from my iPod and in iTunes

If you no longer have your songs in iTunes (for example, you have just formatted your PC), then you have a problem, because your iPod has nothing to sync with.

Download GetData iPod Recovery Software and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

When performing iPod data recovery, DO NOT Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

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System Requirements

  • Operating System: Windows 9X/ME/200X/XP/2003
  • RAM: 64 MB recommended
  • Hard Disk: At least 6 MB of free disk space
  • Apple do not let the iPod Touch and iPhone be recognized as a drive by Windows. This software does not support the iPod Touch or iPhone.

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Immediate Product Activation

When you order Recover My iPod you immediately receive a product activation key so that you can recover and save iPod files in minutes.

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How to Recover My iPod?

GetData iPod Recovery Software has two search modes:

  • A “Fast Search” of an iPod is used to quickly search for deleted iPod files;
  • A “Deep Search” to recover all lost deleted, lost, corrupt or unrecognized iPod drives:

The Recover My iPod search results screen enables you to preview all iPod files that can be recovered, including full song title names. Purchase an activation key to save the files to your PC.

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QUICK START GUIDE

 

Introducing Recover My iPod data recovery software

This quick start guide will teach you how to use “Recover My iPod” data recovery software to recover your lost or deleted iPod files. Download Recover My iPod by clicking on the download button at the top of this page. Please note:

  • Recover My iPod is for Windows computers only and will not run on a MAC.
  • Recover My iPod will search and recover files from iPods (for computer data recovery software use Recover My Files).

How did your iPod problem arise?

It is probable that you iPod data loss can be classified into one of the following scenarios. If you have not already done so, we suggest you read the information contained in the relevant link before returning to this Quick Start Guide:

iPod Recovery

Recover a Frozen iPod

If your iPod suddenly appears to freeze and no matter what buttons you press you cant get a response then there are a few simple steps to try before you need to consider iPod data recovery.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes, when an iPod is connected, is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to your iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

Try the following iPod recovery steps:

1. Check the Hold Button

The first, and most basic of all, is to make sure that you don’t have the Hold function on your iPod engaged. This locks your iPod buttons to stop them from being accidentally pushed.

Physically slide the hold button backward and forward and check to see if your iPod is now unfrozen.

2. Reset Your iPod

Resetting an iPod is the equivalent of re-booting a computer. A reset should unfreeze your iPod and get it back to normal without the need for iPod data recovery software.

To reset your iPod press “Menu” and “Select” (the center button) at the same time and hold them down for at least 6 seconds (Learn more about resetting your iPod here). You should see the Apple logo appear and then the normal iPod menu display.

If you reset your iPod and the contents of your iPod are intact, you can continue to use the iPod normally, including auto-syncing with iTunes if desired.

3. The iPod Reset Did Not Work

If you cannot reset your iPod, or have reset your iPod but have lost your iPod music or files then you need to use iPod data recovery software. Download GetData iPod Recovery Software and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

iPod sad face icon: We provide iPod Restore Software for Data Recovery on your iPod

My iPod is displaying a sad face icon

If your iPod displays a sad iPod icon it is usually NOT a good sign. In most cases, the sad iPod icon indicates a hardware issue.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to the iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

A. Test your iPod by manually placing the iPod in “Disk Mode”

If you are able to force iPod into Disk Mode then it may not be a hardware issue. To manually enter Disk Mode:

  1. Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Set it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
  2. Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons for at least 6 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
  3. When the Apple logo appears, release the Menu and Select buttons and immediately press and hold the Select and the Play/Pause buttons until the Disk Mode screen appears.

When you are in Disk Mode your iPod will display a large tick and then at the top of the LCD will be written “Disk Mode” as seen in the following Apple graphic:

If you are able to force iPod into Disk Mode we recommend you now Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

B. My iPod will not manually go into Disk Mode

If you cannot force your iPod into disk mode and the sad face icon persists, then your iPod has a hardware issue. It may still be possible to recover your data. To arrange an iPod hardware recovery service please contact GetData.

iPod Recovery

iPod Exclamation Mark and Folder Icon

The iPod exclamation mark and folder icon is usually a sign of a communication error inside the iPod. This is common symptom when the hard drive inside your iPod looses is configuration settings.

What should I do?

The most appropriate course of action is to immediately try and recover the files from your iPod. Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

iPod Data Recovery Software: Solve your iPod AutoSync issues

I lost my iPod files when…

  • I plugged my iPod into a computer, iTunes started and I watched all the music and files on my iPod suddenly disappear?
  • I reinstalled Windows, plugged my iPod into a computer, iTunes started and now my songs are all missing?
  • I connected my iPod to a friends computer, lost my music and now have my friends music on my iPod.

The most common cause of these problems is the iTunes Auto Sync option.

How iPod Auto Sync actually works

Auto Sync is an option within iTunes software. The idea is that when the Auto Sync option is enabled, as soon as you plug your iPod into the computer it automatically updates the files on your iPod with whatever is in the iTunes library of the computer to which you are connected.

It is a common mistake to think that all the music and files on your iPod gets copied onto the computer. It WILL NOT. Your iPod is READ ONLY. It will only RECEIVE FILES from iTunes.

How to Recover iPod files after a bad Auto Sync

It is likely you are in one of two situations:

1. I still have all my songs in iTunes – They are just missing from my iPod

If you still have your songs located on your PC within iTunes then you don’t have a problem. Connect your iPod to your PC and iTunes will sync itself with the iPod (iTunes will only copy files in one direction, from the computer to your iPod).

2. I have lost my songs from my iPod and in iTunes

If you no longer have your songs in iTunes (for example, you have just formatted your PC), then you have a problem, because your iPod has nothing to sync with.

Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

When performing iPod data recovery, DO NOT Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

Restore iPod

The iTunes Restore button

Clicking the iTunes Restore button is the equivalent of telling your computer to Format a hard drive.

An iPod Restore erases the iPods drive structure. After an iTunes restore you should end up with an empty iPod, just like when it was new in the box.

The iPod restore command is usually accompanied by a warning such as this:

After an iPod restore you are in one of two situations:

1. You have a clean iPod, but still have your files in your iTunes music library.

In this case you don’t have a problem as you can connect your iPod to your computer and re-sync with iTunes.

2. You have a clean iPod, but no longer have your songs or files on your PC.

In this instance you need iPod recovery software. The Restore command however does not actually erase the data from your iPod. The data, including music and video can be recovered.

Download Recover My iPod and follow the Quick Start Guide to Recover My iPod.

Important:

Do Not Connect your iPod to iTunes

Why? The default setting in iTunes when an iPod is connected is to “auto-sync” the play list. This means that iTunes will try and write it’s list of songs to your iPod.

It is important when performing iPod data recovery not to write new data to iPod drive unless it is necessary to do so.

Do not connect to iTunes unless we specifically give instructions to do so.

Once you have read this information please move to the next tab.

Running a Search with Recover My iPod

Important: Do Not Connect your iPod to your computer yet.

1. Download Recover My iPod

Click on the download button to download and install Recover My iPod on your Windows PC.

2. Run Recover My iPod

Run Recover My iPod so that you can see the first wizard window

3. Connect Your iPod to your Windows PC

Connect your iPod to your Windows PC via the USB or Firewire port.

Wait at least 60 seconds. Your computer should recognize that you have an iPod hard drive connected. iTues shoud NOT start.

4. Select the Type of Search

Click on the buttons on the main program screen to select the best type of search. Recover My iPod does not change the contents of the drive during the search os you can run more than one search on you iPod:

Fast Search
A Fast Search is best suited to recover recently deleted iPod files.

Deep Search
A Deep Search is best suited to recover an entire iPod, including an iPod that is no longer recognized, a corrupt ipod, an iPod with the sad face or exclamation mark icons, or other situations in which the iPod drive cannot be accessed.

Once you have selected the type of search, click “Next” to go to the next screen.[/fusion_tab]

Selecting the iPod drive to search

The second wizard window of Recover My iPod asks you to select the iPod drive to search. Please note that it is only possible to search iPod drives using Recover My iPod. If you are attempting to recover files from a computer, please user Recover My Files data recovery software.

In some circumstances your computer will no longer be able to deletect your iPod as a drive letter. In this instance, look for the “Physical Drive” that is the same size as your iPod and select and search this drive.

Recover My iPod search results

The search results window will show you the files that have been located in your search. Click on a file in the top window to display below information relating to recovered song, including Album, Title etc. If you are recovering photographs from your iPod, you will be able to preview the photograph here.

Please note that you are running the FULL version of the software. Purchasing an activation key enables you to save the files to your PC. You do not need to run a second search.

Saving Recover My iPod search results

You must purchase a product activation key to save the search results (once you activate the program with a key you can use it in the future as many times as you wish).

In the Recover My iPod search results window, select the files that you wish to save by placing a tick in the box next to the file.

To select groups of files, hold down the SHIFT or CTRL keys, use your mouse to select the desired files and then press the SPACE BAR to tick the selected files.

Once the files are selected, press the SAVE FILES button to select a location to save the files, or use the drop down arrow next to the save files button to save files directly to a CD or DVD.

Note: You cannot save files back to the iPod drive. You MUST save files to another drive. Once you are sure you have recovered all files, then you can move them from your PC back to your iPod using iTunes or another program.

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