Question about Apple iPod touch
Do not open up the ipod yourself. This will void your warrenty instantly.
it sounds like a bad connection. Try your earphones on your computer. And try other earphones or speakers on your ipod. This way you can work out if it is a problem with the earphones or the ipod.
If it is the ipod, you will need to bring it in for service.
if you wish to return the ipod for service, you can find a local apple reseller by calling apple on 1-800-MY-APPLE
Or you can visit an apple retail store by visiting http://www.apple.com/retail/
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Go onto your ipod touch's "Settings" app and scroll down to the "General" button and tap it. Then scroll down to the "Reset" button and tap it. Next tap the "Reset All Settings" button and hopefully that will fix your iPod Touch's problems.
Note: Don't tap the "Erase All Content and Settings" button because it will do what the name says.
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