Saturday, September 18, 2010

Secret 'iTerm' Diagnostic Mode Discovered for iPod Nano 6G




iLounge has discovered how to access Apple's secret 'iTerm' diagnostic mode and Disk Mode on the new iPod Nano 6G.

First, the nano needs to be reset by holding down the sleep and volume down buttons until the Apple logo appears. Holding down both volume buttons during the reset enables Disk Mode, while holding down all three buttons will start up the iPod nano in Diagnostic Mode, briefly flashing the message "iTerm: iPod Display Console" on screen. The menu then identifies the new nano as "N20 Snowfox," changed from the "N33 GreatDane" designation of the fifth-generation iPod nano.

The iTerm menu lets you test the power, audio, remote, TV out, LCD, USB, FM radio, accelerometer and touch screen functions.

Disk mode is used to make the iPod appear as an external drive when connected to the computer.







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