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I have a 4th gen. ipod. How do you turn off the alblum shuffle screen when it's turned on it''s side?

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To turn off shuffle, enter the "Setting" menu, then select "Shuffle" use the forward/back buttons to change the value to "off". To turn off the "Shake" feature, again, enter the "Setting" menu then scroll down and enter the "Playback" menu. switch it to "off".

Posted on May 24, 2009

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SOURCE: my ipod is on but blank screen

just leave it and let it run flat then charge it again then its good as new

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Ipod shuffle (2nd gen) completely dead

you are still under warranty...take it to the sony apple store...they will fix it /replace it or tell you there is cost if it not the battery (note do not tell them you charged overnight, and for the future do chage any gadgets more than 3-4 hrs) when you do charge over night you are actually shorten the battery life span or overcharge....so as soon as you come home from school,work,whatever cell/ipod or any other device needs to be charge...charge it now and unplug before you go to bed....

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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SOURCE: ipod shuffle 2nd gen won't shut off with switch

maybe you have both swich to the same side

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Ipod Nano 4th gen LCD backlight not working

Its definitely the logic board (motherboard) that has gone bad. Its not the actual screen nor LCD. Its the logic board. You could replace the screen with a new onje and the backlight still will not work. Nano's are known for this but of course apple won't admit to putting out a piece of **** logic board in all of the nano's or they would have to recall 10 million of them! So, they just play stupid and say your nano is out of warranty but we'll give you a 10% trade in discount. What a joke! I know this because i used to work for Apple ;-) They screw customers left and right to keep their profits up.

Posted on Mar 27, 2010

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