Question about Apple iPod nano 4th Generation
I just got a new 4th generation ipod for Christmas and I can not figure out how to turn it off. I try holding the play/pause button like the manual says and the screen darkens as if it was in a sleep mode. As soon as you touch any button or shake it in any way the srceen lights back up. I have been locking it after attempting to turn it off, but the ipod is never fully turned off. My sister who also got the same ipod just different color has the same problem. So I don't know if it is suppose to do this or if there is something wrong. Please help if anyone knows what to do!!!!!! My 4th
Slide the switch on top of the Nano 4th generation. That will lock the key pad. You mut unlock it to resume playing .
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
Try holding the Play/Pause button down for a few seconds. Like maybe 5 or so, thats how my 3rd gen turns off.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
no there is nothing wrong. This is normal, after you turn it off by pressing the hold/pause button switch it into the locked position. When you take the lock off and press anything it will come back on exactly where you left it. Don't worry it is not faulty. it is supposed to do this.
I hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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