Question about Apple Mini IPod
Hello can you tell me is it possible to remove a user name from an i-pod nano which i bought from e-bay it is registered to the initial buyer of the i-pod so when i turn it on it says Richard's i-pod and id like to change it.
You can do this by restoring it back to factory settings, which I would always do when buying a used I-Pod. Connect it to your computer, and open up I-Tunes. Find the I-Pod on the list on the left and click on it. Another screen will appear on the right. Scroll down to the RESTORE button. Click on it. Follow the rest of the instructions.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Open I tunes, plug the i pod into the computer, when the i pod shows up on the left hand side of the screen, right click it and you should get an option to rename it
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
With most models, users may typically change the device name of their iPod by changing it through iTunes.
You would first need to start iTunes with your iPod connected to your computer. Once iTunes is up and running, you'll probably want to use your computer's mouse to highlight the device. After waiting a couple of seconds, you should be able to click once on the current device name to open "edit mode," which allows you type in the desired name. Simply hit the "Enter" key once you've typed in the new name, and you should be set.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the name of the device on Windows-based PC's to open a dialogue box with a "Rename" option. Simply left-click on the "Rename" option, and again you should be able to type the device name of your choosing.
Please keep in mind that this may not apply to every iPod model, so you may wish to refer to your owner's manual documentation for more information.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2008
thanks for using fixya to solve your problems, i think the battery is down and need to be charge before you cn power on your ipod again. connect the charger or adapter to the ipod and plug it to AC power supply, leave for a while or some minutes before you power it on.
NOTE: don't always allow your battery to run down before you charge it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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