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iPod Touch 4th Generation has a black screen after opening it?

I deleted something off of Cydia and my iPod got stuck on the apple logo. My power button is broken so I couldn't just reset it. I got tired of trying to fix it so I decided to open it up and try fixing the power button but then I realized that I didn't want to break anything and stopped (I didn't open anything expect the screen). I connected the connector back but my iPod is still shut off/has a black screen. When I plugged it into my computer iTunes recognized it and I heard the sound of it being plugged in.

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Assuming you have backed up your iPod Touch, I would restore the device to factory settings.

Here is how.

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It won't let me sync it because of the password.

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What do you mean by "because of the password"? Are you referring to your iTunes's login or your iPod's passcode/passphrase?

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