To transfer songs from iPod Nano to iPod Touch 1 Attach an iPod USB computer cable to the iPod Nano. Connect that iPod Nano to the computer. 2 Open iTunes if it doesn't automatically open. If you don't have iTunes, you can download it for free on the Apple website. The iPod Nano should be listed under "Devices" on the left panel of the iTunes screen. 3 Connect the iPod Touch to the computer using the iPod Touch USB computer cable. It will also appear under "Devices" in iTunes. 4 Select everything except music files on the iPod Nano to copy and paste to the iPod Touch. Once everything has been completely transferred, there will be a pop-up message to let you know it is complete. 5 Open "My Computer" on a PC or "Finder" on a Mac and select the iPod Nano. Copy the iTunes Music folder. Then select the iPod Touch and paste the copied folder in its iTunes music folder. Wait for the completion message before disconnecting.
Does the device pick up a phone signal? If not, your problem could be related to your baseband. It controls your WiFi, Bluetooth and phone signal. What baseband are you on? Check by going to Settings>General>About>Modem Firmware. For more information: How to fix WiFi grayed out in iPhone 4S
1 Connect your iPod to your PC computer with the iPod's USB cable and open iTunes. You will be prompted by iTunes to sync the devices. Select the option that that you do not wish to sync the devices. Your iPod can now be used as and external hard drive on your PC. Exit iTunes. 2 Find the iTunes directory on your PC by selecting the folder, "My Music." Open this folder and then select the folder, "iTunes." Open the iTunes folder and find the XML file and the ITL file. Delete both of these files. These files are the library database files that you just installed when you attached the iPod to your PC. 3 Select the "My Computer" option on your PC and when the folder opens, select the iPod device. Make sure that your folder options are set to show hidden files by selecting "Show Hidden Files" under the Options menu bar on the top of the window. Find the folder called "iPod Control." Copy the entire folder with all of its contents to your PC desktop. If you have a lot of songs on your iPod, this can take a long...
DFU mode stands for DeviceFirmwareUpgrade. 1. Turn off your iPod touch. 2. Connect your iPod to the computer. 3. Hold the power and home button, when the Apple logo pops up stop holding the power button but still hold the home button. 4. Open iTunes and wait for it to tell you that its in restore mode. Read more:http://www.iphone-mac.com/how-to-put-ipod-touch-into-dfu-mode.html Hope it can do you a favor.