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The lower part of the screen isn't responding to touch?

Only the last 1/5th of the screen isn't responding to touch. Any application fired up seems to have the same problem

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First of all the screen isnt diabled the touch screen is defective of there is a software malfunction so yeah go to the closest apple store near you and they will fix it or replace it for free if its still under the warrenty which is one year

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Either it disabled or there is a software prob send it back to apple or visit your nearest apple store

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Ipod touch screen is unresponsive but it makes sounds like normal


Fix an Unresponsive Ipod Screen
Many of today's electronic devices including cell phones, music players and portable game systems have a touch screen.
When a touch screen fails, it does not respond when you tap it with your finger or a stylus.
This can happen due to several reasons, such as a screen protector, dust or improper calibration.
You can often fix an unresponsive touch screen by cleaning it or resetting the device.
Remove the plastic touch screen protector sheet.
Some protector sheets are too thick and prevent the touch screen from responding to your touch. If you must use a protector screen, only use one that is licensed for your specific device.
Wipe the screen with a soft microfiber cloth.
Clean off any dirt, dust or fingerprints on the screen.

Dry your hands thoroughly.
The touch screen will not respond if your hands are wet.
Reset the device.
If your device does not have a "Reset" button, remove the battery, memory card or SIM card, then reinstall them.

Delete any third-party applications you recently installed.
Some third-party applications can cause your device to lock up or freeze.

Recalibrate the touch screen.
Look in the device's Settings menu for a calibration option and follow the prompts.


http://support.apple.com/kb/ts2771
iPod touch: Hardware troubleshooting
If this fails to fix the problem
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button and hold it for a few seconds, until a red slider appears. Press the "Home" button until the frozen app quits.
If this doesn't work, you can try restarting the iPod touch.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button if you need to restart the iPod touch, and hold it until the red slider appears on the screen.
Slide your finger over the slider to turn off the device.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button and hold it until the iPod touch turns back on.
If you can't turn off the iPod touch, you can try resetting it.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button while simultaneously pressing the "Home" button when you want to reset the iPod touch, and continue to hold the buttons for at least 10 seconds, until the screen goes black and the Apple logo appears.

Jul 31, 2013 | Apple iPod touch

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My ipod


The iPod is a portable music player made by Apple. As of early 2011, Apple sells four models: iPod shuffle, iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod touch. If your iPod experiences a problem such as not responding or freezing, you can reset it to see if that takes care of the problem. IPod Shuffle The iPod shuffle is the smallest iPod model, with 2GB of storage.
It has no screen and attaches to your clothing with a clip, making it well suited for exercising while listening to music.
When it doesn't respond, or if the status light is solid red, you can reset it.
Slide the three-way switch left toward the word "Off," covering the green bar. Wait 10 seconds, and then slide the switch back to reveal the green bar to turn it back on.
IPod Classic
The iPod classic has a 160GB hard drive for storing music, videos and pictures.
If it experiences a problem, you can easily reset it.
Slide the "Hold" switch to the "Hold" position and then slide it back.
Press "Menu" and the center button simultaneously on the click wheel and hold them for about six seconds, until Apple's logo appears on the screen.
IPod Nano
Apple's iPod nano has a touch-screen display and comes with 8GB or 16GB of storage, depending on the configuration.
It has a pedometer and an FM radio.
If the iPod nano doesn't respond, reset it.
Press the "Sleep/Wake" button and the "Volume Down" button simultaneously and hold them until the screen gets dark, and then wait a few more seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen, followed by the home screen.
IPod Touch
The iPod touch has a touch-screen display, two cameras for shooting pictures and movies, and Wi-Fi for accessing the Internet. Its capacity ranges from 8GB to 64GB, depending on the configuration.
You can use the iPod touch to send email and make video calls, as well as play games and run applications. If the iPod touch freezes or otherwise isn't working, you can get it running again after resetting it.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button and the "Home" button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds, until Apple's logo appears on the screen.

Jun 24, 2013 | Apple iPod Audio Players & Recorders

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The iPod is a portable music player made by Apple. As of early 2011, Apple sells four models: iPod shuffle, iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod touch. If your iPod experiences a problem such as not responding or freezing, you can reset it to see if that takes care of the problem. IPod Shuffle The iPod shuffle is the smallest iPod model, with 2GB of storage.
It has no screen and attaches to your clothing with a clip, making it well suited for exercising while listening to music.
When it doesn't respond, or if the status light is solid red, you can reset it.
Slide the three-way switch left toward the word "Off," covering the green bar. Wait 10 seconds, and then slide the switch back to reveal the green bar to turn it back on.
IPod Classic
The iPod classic has a 160GB hard drive for storing music, videos and pictures.
If it experiences a problem, you can easily reset it.
Slide the "Hold" switch to the "Hold" position and then slide it back.
Press "Menu" and the center button simultaneously on the click wheel and hold them for about six seconds, until Apple's logo appears on the screen.
IPod Nano
Apple's iPod nano has a touch-screen display and comes with 8GB or 16GB of storage, depending on the configuration.
It has a pedometer and an FM radio.
If the iPod nano doesn't respond, reset it.
Press the "Sleep/Wake" button and the "Volume Down" button simultaneously and hold them until the screen gets dark, and then wait a few more seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen, followed by the home screen.
IPod Touch
The iPod touch has a touch-screen display, two cameras for shooting pictures and movies, and Wi-Fi for accessing the Internet. Its capacity ranges from 8GB to 64GB, depending on the configuration.
You can use the iPod touch to send email and make video calls, as well as play games and run applications. If the iPod touch freezes or otherwise isn't working, you can get it running again after resetting it.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button and the "Home" button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds, until Apple's logo appears on the screen.

Jun 24, 2013 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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Ipod is disabled


The 8GB iPod Touch music player is equipped with the iPhone iOS operating system software. The software enables the music player to be configured in a variety of ways. Applications can be installed and run within the Apple iOS software. In some situations, an application may cause the Apple iPod to stop responding, preventing it from being shut down. In this situation, the unit must be manually reset.

Press and hold the "Sleep/Wake" button located on the right side of the top edge of the device. Press and hold the "Home" button located under the display screen. Hold both buttons for least 10 seconds. Release them when the Apple logo appears on the screen, indicating the iPod Touch has reset.

Feb 02, 2013 | Apple iPod touch

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Right side of i touch screen non-reactive


Perform the under given steps to troubleshoot the issue:

(i) Clean the iPhone screen with the cleaning cloth that came in the box with the iPhone.

(ii) If you have a protective plastic sheet or film on the touchscreen, try removing it because it may be preventing the touchscreen from working properly.

(iii) The current application may not be responding (frozen), press and hold the Home button below the screen for at least 30 seconds, until the application you were using quits.

(iv) If that doesn't work, turn the iPhone off and turn it on again. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on the top of the iPhone for 30 seconds until a red slider appears, and then slide the slider. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.

(v) If the iPhone did not turn off, reset the iPhone. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for a least 30 seconds, until the Apple logo appears.

If the issue persists then service will be required.

Sep 08, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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My itouch wont respond to me when i touch it.


my ipod touch (16gb) did the same thing. it has a large crack in the screen though. someone pushed me, and it fell out of my hands. for awhile it worked perfectly.. until it got froze onm that screen as well.

Jun 13, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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Touch Screen does not respond after I replaced it.


hey doug,
this condition is seen mostly in when the part is bad.
I would go back in the iPod and make sure your connections are all plugged in properly. Make sure the Digitizer is plugged in secure, by unplugging it and resetting it in the plug.
Did you replace the glass and digitizer with a new part????
I would continue to contact the seller and arrange for a return.
It sounds like you digitizer could be bad.

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Apr 25, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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Stuck on video screen


Press the Home button at any time to see the applications on iPod touch - see manual for picture of home button

Jun 18, 2008 | Apple iPod touch

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