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Any model of iPod Touch includes major upgrades to its
predecessor, with little change in physical design. At the time of publication,
the iTouch has reached the fourth generation. All models have a button on the
side, with a home button at the bottom. Touch screens are similar in size and
functionality. Therefore, the symptoms of a dead iPod Touch are the same
regardless of which model
1. Keep the round "Home" button near the bottom of
the iPod. If an application is frozen on the screen, this power to connect and
return to the home screen. If you have an iPod Touch 4 or higher, the
multi-tasking does not automatically close the app. Instead double tap
"Home" button and all recently used applications are listed.
Eliminate the problem through a finger on the app "X" appears in the
2. Reset the iPod by holding down the "Home" and
"Power" to disabled. The power button is located on top of the iPod
Touch. Do not let go of the buttons to your white Apple logo. This will close
the applications that were active and memory. This can be used when the iPod
screen is black and can not be activated.
3. Let the iPod Touch is in a bowl of rice if you suspect
water damage. The rice helps to absorb excess water and the problem can
determine in a matter of days. Try not to connect the device until it is fully
dehydrated. If you've tried everything without success, it is likely that the
iPod is dead.
Posted by Rakesh... on
Sep 09, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders
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