Question about Apple iPod nano MP3 Player
The Ipod works when hooked to the computer but leaves a blank screen as soon as it is unplugged. Why
On the other hand, if you are disconnecting properly, it may be your battery is history and won't hold a charge. If you're very handy with tinkering with very tiny parts and delicate connections, you might be able to replace it yourself; replacement batteries on *that* big auction site are a dime a dozen. Look for a high capacity battery if you go that route; it won't cost that much more and may give you significantly more playtime on a single charge. But be careful - it's really easy to break things when you're trying to disassemble an iPod! Instructions can be found online quite easily and will give you step-by-step directions on what to do. However, if you're not mechanically inclined, there are a lot of places that will replace your battery for a reasonable price. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Never, ever just unplug the ipod.......on iitunes you should always eject the devive........if itunes is not on and ipod is connected you should disconnect device by looking for the little green arrow on your task bar...to remove usb device safely............and ond the ipod the regular screen will appear letting you know to disconnect................
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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