There are numbers and letters with = signs in the left corner of the screen, it takes up a little more then the top left corner. And i cant do anything, i dont have the philips cd installed yet is there any other way to repair it?
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A white screen on an iPod Touch is the sign of a generic error, meaning you won't get a specific error message. Usually when this happens the white screen won't change and the iPod is frozen on that screen. Apple Support outlines a specific series of steps to take to deal with this problem, from turning the iPod Touch off to completely reinstalling the operating system if necessary.
What the White Screen Means The white screen is a sign that a software error has occurred in the iPod Touch. Unless you received an error message first, it's usually something near the root level of the iPod's operating system that caused the iPod to cease functioning normally. Rather than shut off completely, it goes to this white screen to let you know there's been an error. Unfortunately you usually lose unsaved information when this occurs. b> Resetting b> Try turning the iPod Touch off, then on again. This is the simplest way to reset your iPod Touch. If it remains stuck on the white screen, force a reset by holding down the Sleep button (top right corner) for about 10 seconds. The screen will go dark, then the Apple logo will appear. If it turns off and doesn't turn on again, the battery may be too low. b> Restore b> If a manual reset doesn't work and the screen remains stuck on a white screen, you'll need to restore the iPod to reinstall its operating system. Plug your iPod, via its charger cable, into your computer. Open iTunes and click on your iPod, then the "Restore" button on the main screen. b> Problematic Apps b> If you consistently receive a white screen while using a particular app, the app may be faulty or installed incorrectly. Try re-syncing the app to your iPod Touch and see if that solves the problem. Otherwise, you may need to delete the app to avoid the white screen problem. b>
The 6th generation iPod nano doesn't have an accelerometer, but its screen can still be rotated. Here's how.
Begin by putting two fingers at corners of the screen. This can be opposite corners (one finger at the top right corner of the screen and another finger at the bottom left corner, or vice verse) or corners on the same side (top left and bottom left, for instance).
At the same time, twist your fingers in the same direction (clockwise or counter clockwise). The screen should rotate with your fingers. Remove your fingers from the screen when it's oriented the way you want.
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Open up weather at the bottom right corner of the box containing the weather screen there is a small white circle with and "i" in it click on that once in this screen click on the plus sign in the top left hand corner. Here you can search for your city. Hope this helps.
Make sure that your iPod’s hold button isn’t on. (little switch at the top left corner of the iPod). If this is on, you’ll see a little orange area at the top of the iPod nano and a lock icon on the iPod screen. If you see either of these, move the switch back and see if this fixes the problem. If that doesn't fix it:
Hold down the Menu button on the clickwheel and the center button at the same time. Hold these together for 6-10 seconds. This should restart it. You’ll know it's restarting when the Apple logo appears on-screen.
A friend has an Archos 404, media player, and it foze up while she was using it. Could not power it off or get it to do anything. Ended up having to remove the 4 tiny screws and then Remove the battery. This reset the unit completely. Put it back together, including the battery, and the unit powered on and worked correctly. Often a simple system reset can fix most freezing issues.