Question about Apple iPod nano
I bought 2 mp4 players from that evil site... ebay. both chinese knock off's of ipod nano.
1st one is pink, i copy and pasted mp3 files onto it, it worked for some, scrambled others... and would not delete them. so i formatted disk, and tried again... same again... so i formatted...u get the point.
Then it died. no picture whatsoever when i turn it on. the only way i can tell there is power is to plug it into pc, turn on and removable drive shows up... but it is not accessable anymore; says pls insert disc. how do i get os back on there? and where would i get it from? once i have it going again, how should mp3 be copied or converted so the player will accept them.
You have been sold a fake sized player. it is hacked to show 16GB/8GB actual size may be around 1GB to 8GB or less. test your player with "H2TESTW 1.4" you will find it the first hit on www.google.com let other people know and open a dispute on paypal, you have been sold a fake item. Do not return the item for refund as sellers address is very likely wrong, useless to wait for a replacement player because they all are hacked. Get a partial refund if still possible and leave negative feedback.
about the other problem your having, I don't know about that. I'll let you know if mine breaks up. its a 16GB version that actually has only 4GB. got 20usd refunded from the original 35usd, so not a big problem.
still I think its a crime yes? to sell counterfeit products / manipulated to show incorrect size of memory etc.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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