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How to make a high battery percentage iPod Touch 4.0

By default, the iPod Touch gives you the remaining battery life with an animated image of a battery. When looking at the battery icon, you can estimate your rate is available and decide whether to load it. For a more accurate indication of your battery life, you can assess the use of the battery, which tells you the exact percentage of battery life you have available. IPod touch with 4.0 IOS software you can enable this feature in a matter of seconds.

1. Tap the Settings application on your iTouch 4. From the main menu, locate the application on the first page. By default, it appears near the bottom of the screen, indicated by a gray icon.

2. Tap "General". It has a small version of the same gray icon that you have already entered.

3. Tap the "Use" option, you can find near the top of its "General" options screen. You will see a list of relevant information about the battery life, including the extent of use since the last load and the amount of waiting time since your last payment.

4. Touch the cartoon "Battery Percent" switch on top of the screen. Tap the button to toggle between "On" and "Off" options. By switching to "On", the percentage of your battery available in the upper right corner of the screen. Tap again to "Off" position when you want to remove the percent sign, the battery of your screen.

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how do i charge my ipod

To charge the battery, choose one of the options below:
  • Connect the device to your computer (not your keyboard) using the included cable to charge the battery and sync. Your computer must be turned on and not in sleep or standby mode. If the device is connected to a computer that's not turned on or is in sleep or standby mode, the battery may drain.
  • Connect iPhone or iPod touch to a power outlet using the included cable and a USB power adapter to charge the battery.
An icon in the upper-right corner of the screen shows battery charging status. If you charge the battery while syncing or using iPhone or iPod touch, it might take longer to charge.
Note: If using a portable computer, make sure it is plugged into power and that the lid or display is open. If the lid is closed, the computer may go into standby, sleep, or hibernation mode and iPhone or iPod touch may not charge.
Important: If iPhone or iPod touch is very low on power, it may display one of the following images indicating that the device needs to charge for up to ten minutes before you can use it. If the device is extremely low on power, the display may be blank for up to two minutes before one of the low-battery images appears. If you don't see the white charging or plug icons, your iPhone or iPod touch may be connected with a FireWire cable. Disconnect the FireWire cable and connect the iPhone or iPod touch to a USB cable or dock.
that should be everything you need to know about charging an iPod Touch. If you require further assistance please feel free to followup with additional comments. If this solution solved the problem please feel free to rate it. Thanks and have a great day-Midwest-Tek

Aug 20, 2010 | Apple iPod touch Second Gen (8 GB,...

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ipod touch battery

have you tried a factory reset (in itunes, while your ipod is plugged in, click on the ipod touch icon to the left, then go to general, and go to "reset ipod to factory settings" or something similar)...this will only erase what is on your ipod...it won't affect your itunes. also, if you already tried reseting it and still not working...you could get the 2.0 firmware update...it's about $10 dollars to upgrade to that though (i'm not a fan of apple...especially not now) you can get the upgrade directly from the apple website here ....so try those solutions. also make sure you have the correct drivers installed..which would be ..and if those don't work, i would call apple and talk to them about that issue..if it is still under warranty, you should be fine to have it replaced (or if you bought it somewhat recently) and if not...you'll have to sharpen your voice to a almost threatening tone and apple will most likely give in and either replace it or give you money.. ((i called them when i got an ipod video 30 gig, and 1 week later they released the 60 gig for the same price as the 30....so i called them and yelled at them alittle bit...they gave me $50))....i hope this has helped....oh and do you have a mac or windows? is it 1st generation ipod touch or 2nd generation (very thin is 2nd generation)? also make sure the drivers are up to date (if your computer is connected to the internet, open itunes and plug in your ipod, it should tell you if you need new drivers...if not, you're good)

Dec 21, 2008 | Apple iPod touch

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