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"This document will help you determine the model of iPod you have as well as the latest version of iPod software available for your model. To ensure that your Mac or PC is compatible, check the system requirements for your particular iPod. You can always download the latest iPod software at http://www.apple.com/ipod/download/. You can tell which iPod model you have by checking: If it has a scroll wheel, a touch wheel, or a Click Wheel. The size of its hard drive. The dock connector. Icon Model Year-Month introduced Scrolling device Drive size Current iPod Software Version iPod nano (4 GB) 2005-09 Click Wheel 4 GB 1.0 iPod nano (2 GB) 2005-09 Click Wheel 2 GB 1.0 "

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What model ipod do I have


I'm not sure if that's your serial number or not. Regardless, you can check what generation of device you have by checking the last 3 characters of it and comparing to this website's information: Identifying iPod models

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<p>The iPod is one of the world's most popular MP3 players because of its ease of use. You can simply drag and drop video and audio files from your computer to the device to your collection on-the-go media to expand. The process of establishing this connection with your computer is easy, and maker of the iPod, Apple only requires that the freedom of the media management program, iTunes downloads to begin adding audio and video on your iPod. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Identify your hardware. If you use a computer with a USB 2.0 port, then you have it easier because all you have to do is plug in your hardware. If you are using an older computer (usually with an operating system to Windows 2000), then you have a USB 2.0 port, in which case you should consider using a FireWire or USB 1.1. If you do not have FireWire or USB 1.1, you need a card or adapter. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Identify your iPod. Fifth-generation iPods or later can be connected using standard FireWire adapter cable option, but otherwise requires USB 2.0 ports. You can also use standard iPod USB 1.1 ports, but it requires an adapter. The Nano and Shuffle models can only connect via USB ports. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect the iPod cable that you use on your iPod. The larger end of the cable should fit in the bottom of your iPod, whether it is a standard FireWire cable or dock to the USB 2.0 connection. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Connect the other end of the cable to the designated location. For USB users, this will be a USB port on your computer. If you use FireWire, and connect it to four or six-pin FireWire is not. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Download and install iTunes if you do not have the software. It is a free program your iPod. If you had installed before establishing the connection, it will open and audio / visual files or on their own. After transferring to your iPod files to load or eject. <br />

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Ipod video


Depending on the model, yes.
use the link below to identify your ipod. Identifying iPod models

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I cant touch my ipod touch


Do you mean your touch screen doesn't work? If so it may need a new touch digitizer. To get that fix you will first need to find out what model it is. See link to figure that out.

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What generation this iPod is serial number 1A009QC075J


iPods come in a variety of generations and models, including the nano, Classic and Touch. Depending on your model you may be able to record video, play games or watch television.
If you're unsure of your device's model, you can determine which iPod you have by using your serial number.
After determining your model, you can find out which features and capabilities your iPod has.

Go to Apple's official website (see Link Below) and click the Support tab.
http://www.apple.com/
Click the Online Service Assistant link, which is located in the Support Services menu on the right side of the screen.
The Service and Repair page will open.
Find your iPod's serial number.
This is engraved somewhere on the back of your iPod, either on the body of the device or on the clip.
You can also find it in your iPod's About screen by clicking Settings and selecting About (or General followed by About on an iPod Touch).
Enter your iPod's serial number and click the "Continue" button.
Your iPod model and generation will be displayed at the top of the screen.
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1353
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With each new generation of the iPod Touch, you get new features and updates to the older generation.
The 2nd and 3rd generation iPod Touches are very similar in physical appearance.
The easiest way to determine what generation of iPod Touch you have is to check the model number on the back of the device.
The 2nd and 3rd generation iPod Touches were given unique model numbers to help distinguish your device generation.
Remove any protective case from the iPod Touch so you can see the back of the device.
Locate the model number at the bottom of the back of the device.
Check the model number against the following model numbers.
Third generation iPod Touches are model number "A1318." Second generation iPod Touches are model number "A1288."
Identifying iPod models
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1353

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Hi :) what generation is my ipod 4gb nano model number A1137? I need to buy a replacement battery for it. many thanks.


As far as I can see it is a first generation model have a look at the following article http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1353 ot should help you identify it. Hope this helps.

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How can I identify which iPod model do I have?


"This document will help you determine the model of iPod you have as well as the latest version of iPod software available for your model. To ensure that your Mac or PC is compatible, check the system requirements for your particular iPod. You can always download the latest iPod software at http://www.apple.com/ipod/download/. You can tell which iPod model you have by checking: If it has a scroll wheel, a touch wheel, or a Click Wheel. The size of its hard drive. The dock connector. Icon Model Year-Month introduced Scrolling device Drive size Current iPod Software Version iPod nano (4 GB) 2005-09 Click Wheel 4 GB 1.0 iPod nano (2 GB) 2005-09 Click Wheel 2 GB 1.0 "

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How can I identify which iPod model do I have?


"This document will help you determine the model of iPod you have as well as the latest version of iPod software available for your model. To ensure that your Mac or PC is compatible, check the system requirements for your particular iPod. You can always download the latest iPod software at http://www.apple.com/ipod/download/. You can tell which iPod model you have by checking: If it has a scroll wheel, a touch wheel, or a Click Wheel. The size of its hard drive. The dock connector.

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How can I identify which iPod model do I have?


"This document will help you determine the model of iPod you have as well as the latest version of iPod software available for your model. To ensure that your Mac or PC is compatible, check the system requirements for your particular iPod. You can always download the latest iPod software at http://www.apple.com/ipod/download/. You can tell which iPod model you have by checking: If it has a scroll wheel, a touch wheel, or a Click Wheel. The size of its hard drive. The dock connector. Icon Model Year-Month introduced Scrolling device Drive

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