20 Most Recent Apple iPod touch 1st Generation (8 GB) MP3 Player Questions & Answers


Some devices such as yours have a 4 conductor jack, (used for earphones and microphone) and most earphones have a 3 conductor plug. They are not compatible. This would be my first guess. Second is earphones and earbuds get tossed around, put into pockets, etc. The cords can get damaged, and not be visible from the outside as the wires inside are very delicate. I would try a set that works in a different device.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017


It sounds like you have a headphone jack failure. Have you had any difficulty inserting the headset? Was there any event that happened when headphones were in and working.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on May 03, 2017


Try letting the battery drain. Then recharge it for at least an hour. Then try to restart it.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Feb 04, 2015


iPod or iPad?

Anyway, if you can't download it, it's most likely compatibility issues. Either your iOS is too outdated, the device is too outdated, or there isn't enough free space on the device.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Nov 25, 2014


While setting up your device, you should create an Apple ID. That Id is used when you want to update, or buy something from the Apple store. Once setup, for everything you buy, one password will be enough. No checking of credit card numbers or other things.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Jul 27, 2014


Everyone can connect to the Apple Appstore, To buy games or content, you have to setup an account.
As soon as you want to buy something your account password will be asked. That is all.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Jul 27, 2014


restore with itunes or Take to Apple store they will unlock there

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Feb 19, 2014


Download iTunes>plug it in>go through the steps

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Jan 01, 2014


Hi Mr Henry,
In order to have the screen repaired on your notebook you may have to call the Asus Tech support <>
you may need to have a case created
http://www.service.asus.com/#!consumer/csn9

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Dec 21, 2013


You can "Un-brick" your iPod using the software TinyUmbrella
The Downloads are on the right side.
You can find several Tutorials on YouTube (easier than explaining it here)

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Nov 13, 2013


Try your Headphones on another Device, if they work there.
If not, you probably should buy some new headphones, or try to get a replacement or new ones if you still have a warranty on them.
If your headphones work fine on the other device you tested, you should send your iPod to repair or try to do it yourself, you can find guides for the repair aswell as the needed tools on iFixit.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Nov 13, 2013


Connect your iPod to your PC/Mac and Start iTunes.
Click on iPod
Then, Click on Recovery and let your PC/Mac go through the process.
After the Recovery is done, you need to re-sync your iPod.

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Nov 13, 2013


If it was bought new and the sound doesnt work, its most likely either a defect in firmware from the manufacturing, or the ipod internal audio jack or stereo was damaged while being shipped to the store. Its best to take it back to where you bought it to be replaced, before your return date ends. Or if you have a Apple warranty, you can contact them online or give them a call

Apple iPod touch... | Answered on Apr 26, 2013

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