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IPod Nano will not turn on unless plugged in to the charger...(wall charger or usb charger through computer) ????

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  • ladyloo10 Apr 16, 2009

    i have exactly the same problem but the screen only stays on for like 30 secs .

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    me too.

  • Angelbab2115 Aug 18, 2009

    the toggle latch thingy....is broken from the inside...and i dont know where i can get a part for that. That is the issue of trying to reset it ...and it wont work ...cause you can't toggle to reset it because its broken...does any1 know where i can get that part.

    angelabab2115



  • yourname3333 May 11, 2010

    Is it unlocked? (if the toggle on the top of the ipod is showing red, its locked)

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I would send it in to get repaired or replaced if the toggle is broken since there is probably not much you can do to fix it yourself.

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I have an ipod model a1199. i was wondering if you can use a newer ipod touch charger for it? and if not what kind of charger does it use?


Charge an iPod Nano Without a Charger
If you've misplaced or broken the charger that came with your iPod Nano, you might think you need to purchase a new one in order to continue using your Mp3 player.
However, there is a way that you can continue enjoying your iPod without having to purchase a new charger.
As long as you have a USB cord and a computer, you can charge your iPod without having the charger.

Locate the USB cord that came with your iPod Nano package.
It is the same cord that you use in order to sync or transfer music.
Plug the small end into your iPod Nano.

Plug the other, larger end into your computer's USB port.
Choose "Do Nothing" when your computer presents the dialogue box to let you choose what to do with the hardware or USB connection.
Leave your Nano plugged into your computer for at least 4 hours to charge.
Unplug your iPod Nano when charging is complete.
Charge an iPod Without the Charger
Many iPod owners purchase a charging unit that plugs into a standard wall outlet to recharge the iPod's battery.
However, the iPod wall charger is not included with new purchases, so consumers must either purchase a separate charger or find a way to charge their iPod using other means.
Here's a simple method to charge your iPod using your computer.

Plug the iPod USB cable into the bottom of your iPod.
Plug the other end of the iPod USB cable into a free USB port on your Mac or PC computer.

Open the iTunes program by clicking on the icon in the Dock on a Mac or using the Start menu on a PC.
Click on the name of your iPod under the "Devices" heading in the main iTunes window.
Click on the "Sync" button to synchronize your iPod with your computer data.
While the iPod is syncing, the power from the USB port on your computer will charge your iPod's battery.

Unplug your iPod from the computer once the battery is fully charged.
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Aug 05, 2013 | Apple A1199 ipod nano

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Won't turn on


Is your iPod fully charged? Sometimes the batteries become so depleted of charge that an accessory charger won't turn it on.

-Try plugging it in to your computer or a wall charger for a while, time will vary but it may turn on.

-If it is not turning on your computer will never recognize it, thus you won't be able to do a restore with iTunes.

-Try a hard restart as well this could help you.



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Sep 02, 2010 | Apple iPod nano 4th Generation

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I have ipod nano 1st gen and my ipod wont detect by itunes even my explorer using USB 2.0, i have firewire port wall charger when i try to plug it it charge but idont know if it will work to computer cause...


There might be a few issues here:

1. Your ipod software needs to be updated
2. Your usb cord is bad
3. Your usb port is not working properly

Either find someone that has a firewire port and update it via itunes, or use someone elses computer to update your ipod's software.

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Jan 26, 2010 | Apple iPod nano

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Ipod nano 2nd gen will not charge or do anything. Does not have the do not disconnect sign on it when plugged into the computer.


if you have itunes on the computer then there should be no problem unless your computers driver is shot. so i would get a wall charger, from a local **** smith or somewhere, and see if it will charge off the wall. if so then there should be no problem, and if then it does not charge it is proof that your ipod is shot, so perhaps its time to get a new one. please rate

May 12, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Charger


Oh, well an iPod cannot live without a computer. The dock connector/data transfer cable is a charger itself. It will charge from the computer itself, and will transfer data also when connected and charging.
You can use a separately sold USB Wall Adapter from Apple to charge the iPod from a wall socket. The adapter has a slot to insert the USB Cable and it charges.

Dec 17, 2008 | Apple iPod nano

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My Ipod Nano Wont Charge on the wall Charger.


Hello Kawase,

I would suggest you try charging the unit this one time by connecting it to the computer. I suspect that the charger may be defective if plugging the wall charger into the iPod has no effect on the low battery warning. If the iPod is able to be charged from the USB port on your computer that would tend to confirm that the charger is not working. If the iPod does not charge when connected to either the computer or the wall charger then you may very well have a another defective iPod.

Best Regards
Ken
"Go Ahead. Use Us."

Jun 30, 2008 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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Ipod nano 4gb


When i open my Apple IPod, screen turns to initiation mode and does not open. My PC also does not recognise the USB devise. Kindly help.

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Jun 06, 2008 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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Ipod nano 1st gen sync/charge problem


Try these options i got them from apple when my ipod dident work trying a new port and reinstalling itunes worked for me 1)Reset your iPod. 2)Retry with a different USB or FireWire port. 3)Restart your computer and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. 4)Remove iTunes software and then reinstall iTunes software from latest versions on the web. last resort 5)Restore your iPod. See ?Updating and Restoring iPod Software? in the user's guide.

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