Question about Audio Players & Recorders
With new battery fully charged, and when first inserted worked fine, and initially showed an icon of battery charging but still did not charge either with chord to computer, nor direct to outlet or in docket. This is the second new battery and the same problem. Even when in the docket and battery charged it plays fine and leaves you to believe it is charging, which it is not, the battery then goes dead and unit now doesn't respond.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Itouch charging
Some speaker systems which are only compatible for charging the ipod nanos and classics do not work with the iPod Touch and the iPhone, the internals are slighly different from one another which will not allow that speaker system to charge your iTouch.
To play & Charge your touch, i suggest getting a speaker system that supports the iPod touch platform.
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Posted on Oct 28, 2008
I think on the iPod classic it doesn't change the battery logo other than showing the little lightning bolt when you plug it into the charger. However if it doesn't hold a charge after leaving it connected for a while, If hard resetting and restoring fails and If you're out of warranty there are third party ipod repair services that will replace the logic board or battery depending on what's wrong. There are also ipod repair tutorials that show you how to replace the logic board yourself, if you're comfortable with taking things apart, parts are usually on auction websites.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: Ipod Touch Battery
Your battery is fu.k.d up. This thing ships with half a charge and your supposed to fully charge it before first using it. Even though every genius out there will say that these batteries don't retain memory charge. They are wrong. You have set your battery memory to say full when it is only 1/4 fully charged. Take the thing back to the store and exchange it for a new one if your within your 30 day window. Take the thing back to the Apple store and exchange it out for a shiny new one if your within your 1 year window. You don't need a receipt at the Apple store, cause they can just look on the back of the ipod and type in the serial #. That tells them if the ipod was sold within the year or not. Apple won't exchange the thing out if you dropped it hard or exposed the thing to liquids.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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If an iPod appears not to turn on, check the hold switch on the device.
If this switch is activated while the device is off, it will not power on again until the hold switch is turned off.
If that is determined not to be the problem, the battery's charge should be checked.
When the battery is no longer holding a charge, the device will not power on, but will show a battery icon on the screen for a few seconds.
If you see this icon while trying to boot up the iPod, just connect it to the USB cable and allow the battery to charge, which can sometimes take up to 30 minutes before the iPod becomes operable again.
If no battery icon appears when trying to turn on the device, try resetting the iPod.
Once reset, the device should turn on, but if it does not, the battery may need to be drained first (by leaving the iPod disconnected from power for up to 24 hours), and the reset procedure tried again.
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