Question about Apple iPod nano
My ipod nano will not charge. i plug into the computer and dock stations. it says it is charging but when unplugged the ipod nano, it is not charged.
What you may have is a low-speed USB port, when the iPod is designed to run on a hi-speed USB port All Mac computers have this and most Windows years 2005 and up have it as well. Another thing that may have happened is when you plugged in the cord, or unplugged it, you may have accidentally broke off some of the metal inside the iPod that connects to the cord Try looking at that as well. Hope this helps!!!!
Posted on May 20, 2009
Well, it sounds as though your battery is shot. However, before completely giving up i would restore the ipod in itunes and then let it fully charge. After it says "fully" charged, disconnect and test. if it still has no charge, reset it by holding down both the menu and center buttons until you see an apple appear on the screen. If after these steps it still does not charge i would check into getting a new battery either through iPodbatterydepot.com or by calling apple tech support at 1-800-APL-CARE (1-800-275-2273) Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: docking station
I would suggest that you by-pass any docking stations and connect it directly via usb charger as most ipods do. And also, try to update Itunes and your Ipod Nano software.
Thanks and good luck! =)
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
That is a dead battery. It shows charged, only because it will take no more charges. The best solution, as I have told others, is to save the 30 bucks or more for a replacement, sell it on line, should bring 40 or so. Then spend the total 75 dollars on a refurbished ipod. Don't buy a used one, will soon have the same problem, unless it is advertises a new battery
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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