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On screen only has a sad face

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This will sound really dumb, but I just spent the last 3 hours trying to get my boyfriends I-pod to work, it had the sad face, and I got a tad frustrated and banged it on my Chem book, and it totally fixed it. LOL. Id say its worth a shot, I just hit the side you plug into the computer on my open book, totally fixed it. Good luck!

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