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Bought a second hand 4 gb nano not working

Got it from a friend who said it worked fine did not check it first duh!!, any way i plug it into my pc and it flashes the apple screen then the language menu, my comp. then says did not recognize the device, and it repeats this continually, any suggestions?? any help greatly appreciated

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Make sure that you have downloaded the most resent iTunes program to your computer you are using...once you do that then plug your device back in....if it still does it....take it to an Apple store and they will do a couple of test with thier computers there and if it's something they can't fix they will send it off to Apple.

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When I charge my iPod Nano it charges fine but instead of turning off or ... it will turn off but in about 2 seconds it goes to the "Charged"


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sorry, but you're probably screwed. Once wet, the connections inside start to corrode and then it's junk. Sell it on E-Bay as broken/part/repair. Be honest and let people know that it got wet. The case and a few parts may still be usable. Then take the money you get and buy a used working one off e-bay. you can usually get nanos in good used condition for $80 to $100

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