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Re: my ipod issue
Apple sent the iPod nano back to me in factory reset condition (this is expected). And, in fact, the nano worked fine for a while after being returned to me in that state. Is it the case that nanos need to be factory reset every few months? I factory reset my unit using the March 23 update this evening after the problem started up again. And, the unit seems fine again after doing that and reloading my song/podcast library.
Is the tight iSkin case with hard plastic covering for the thumb wheel somehow causing the wheel to press the Select-Play combination that causes a normal reset? I should call/email iSkin and ask about this. But, how about anyone else out there with other similar case designs that includes a hard plastic cover over the circular control?
Of course, it could be that I just have a one-of-a-kind slightly flaky unit that passes Apple?s diagnostics because of some oddball unique problem.
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iPods have revolutionized the way we think about portable
music and video players. Occasionally, however, your iPod may freeze and no
longer turn on or off.
Luckily, there is a simple fix for this predicament.
Toggle the lock switch on and off several times, leaving
it on the off position.
Hold the "Menu" and "Select" buttons
at the same time until the Apple logo appears on your iPod's screen.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 if necessary, until the
problem is corrected.
iPod Touch 4
Ensure the iPod will not turn on or off by holding the power
switch down for at least 10 seconds.
Hold the "Power" button and the "Menu"
button simultaneously until the iPod powers off.
Hold the "Power" button until the Apple logo
appears on your iPod.
To unlock your ipod if you forgot the password please do the following
Turn on the computer you used to sync the iPod with the first time. This is the first computer you connected to the iPod.
Plug the white iPod USB cable into the bottom of your iPod.
Plug the other end of the iPod USB cable into your computer. The iTunes software will launch once the two are connected. Once the program is running, you should see the name of your iPod on the left-hand side of the screen. This is the name you gave the iPod when you completed the online registration.
Click on the up arrow next to your iPod's name on the left side of screen. This will eject the iPod from iTunes and unlock the iPod.
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