When I put my earbuds into my ipod touch only one side works
Okay I put my earbuds into my ipod touch and when i play a song the sound only comes out of one earbud. I've tried different earbuds but I still have the same problem. Now I don't know what to do
I have reset the settings and tried different earbud sets. I think it may be a problem with the ipod itself!
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There are some mp3 songs that you can add to the iTunes Library but not to the iPod
This is a format issue i believe
if this its your case you should try to get again the mp3 or burn it from th CD again an then try to upload to the iPod
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from Apple. Depending on iPod model can hold between 500 to 40,000 songs. No
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<p>1. Change the iPod music equalizer. These changes and
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For the iPod nano you can replace the headphone jack your self for under thirty dollars. Even cheaper if you get the basic tool kit for it. :)
Gather the needed tools. Copy an paste the URL below in your Browser window to view the needed items and purchase them if you wish. :)
You need to remove the bottom bezel 1st. Take a flat head or safe open case tool and slide it in the crack of the bottom. Be careful not to pry to hard or you will break the bezel where the dock port hole is. This bottom piece is held on with mild adhesive.
Once the bottom panel is removed, take your + driver and remove the 2 visible screws.
There is one other screw that is hidden under the headphone jack. You will not be able to remove the bottom metal dock bezel until this hidden screw is removed. Take the flathead and pull the headphone jack out very slowly & carefully.
Once you have slid the new headphone jack into place just go backwards to reassemble.
The actual part is only one dollar! :) Here is the URL to view the part and decide if you wish to go that route instead of apples so called great rout of Charging a lot of money for something so small and simple.
ON the web page www.rapidrepair.com you can also get the free guide to repairing your iPod touchl. Please let me know if any of this information is unsatisfactory or if you have any difficulties. And also remember to rate our experts ;)
i have the same problem. its not the headphones. its the itouch. its something to do with the jack-i think. because whenever i jiggle the plug eventually i can hear some of my music eventually. its a pain. and so how do i fix that ish?
okay all you all need is itunes! (unless you already have it) when you have itunes just put your cd in and click yes to "do you want to import cd" or if you have music on your computer just drag the files into itune's library when it is done importing the music just click on music underneath the subheading of library then select your music and drag to your ipod's music.