Re: the ipod is just been hanged and it is not responding...
When the ipod was hanged i was waitintg for half an hour then i just pressed the play/pause button it started to deactivate from the lock then again i pressed the play/pause button it switched off then i charged and i started using ............. anyway i am very happy that you tried to help me through ur premium assistance plan..............can i ask a favor ...........that is can i become a fix ya.com member or an expert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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to reset an ipod you flip the hold switch on the back off then hold the middle button and play/pause button at then same time until you see the apple logo. a reset is the only thing you can do besides letting the battery drain. (this happened to me also i suspected a certain song of causing it if it happens again try to recall the song playing) also i would clear the ipods music and re-sync it
<p>While listening to music on an iPod touch device, the
transition between songs is often accompanied by a brief pause. Enabling the
option of playing without a break for the songs on the device, but you can
eliminate this pause, then the songs on the iPod Touch to change, without a
pause between them. If you want this feature to connect to your music, you can
do in a few easy steps. <br />
<p>1. Connect the iPod Touch to the computer via the USB cable
that came with your device and double-click the iTunes application icon to
start the program. <br />
<p>2. Click the arrow to the left of the iPod touch under the
"Devices" heading in the iTunes window. Click the "Music"
option to audio files stored on the device view. <br />
<p>3. Click on the music file first in the list of files stored
on the device, hold down the "Shift" key and click the last file in
the list of files stored on the device to highlight all the files. <br />
<p>4. Right-click on any of the files and select "Get
Info" option from the context menu that appears. Click the
"Options" tab to the options of audio files. <br />
<p>5. Place a check next to the "gapless album"
option and select the "Yes" from the "gapless album"
drop-down menu. <br />
<p>6. Click the "OK" to apply changes to all the
songs on the device. Now, the continuous play feature will be enabled for all
the songs on the device, so you change songs without a break between them. <br />
This can be caused by the audio jack, if it doesn't sit tight anymore, the headphone becomes disconnected for small periods of time causing the iPod to detect the headphone as unplugged, hence it will pause. Try different headphones, especially nickel plated ones and make sure there's a tight fit. Also you could have corrupted mp3 files on there, especially if it only pauses on certain songs, delete those songs, restore and transfer again. If that doesn't help the jack needs replacement. If you're out of warranty you can send it to a third party iPod Repair Service.
The user's manual is available from Apple's website if you never received one. You have to og into the men usettings and turn the shuffle off. There is only play and pause on this unit - there is no stop. It goes to sleep after 10-15 minutes by design. The right side of the clickwheel lets you select songs - the center button lets you play the songs once you have selected them. It takes a while to get used to the clickwheel, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes 2nd nature.
Look in the music folder (top left of the main itunes page). You should see all of your songs there. If they are there, then plug in your ipod, click on the name of your ipod (left hand ide of the screen) and check the box on the main screen that says (manually manage music). Then go back to the main music folder again, and select all of the songs, (you can do this by clicking on the first ong in the list, hold down the shift key and then click on the last song in the list), then drag and drop all of the songs onto your ipod in the list at the left.