Question about Apple iPod nano
My ipod nano wont turn on wat can you do to fix it ????????
Restore it into factory settings.
How to restore iPod
Note: The progress bar may be difficult to see, because the backlight on the iPod display may be off.
Posted on May 31, 2012
If your ipod won't turn on then try these.make sure you click on the blue links for more info.
Make sure the Hold switch is off
Make sure the battery is charged iPod won't turn on if the battery is empty. Instead, a low battery screen appears for about 3 seconds when you try to turn it on.
To charge your iPod, connect your iPod to your computer's built-in 6-pin FireWire or high-powered USB port or connect it to the Apple iPod Power Adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet. Note: iPod models without a Click Wheel cannot be charged via USB. iPod shuffle requires a high-power USB port to charge. iPod nano and iPod (5th generation) can charge via USB or FireWire, but they require USB to sync with iTunes. If you're not sure what iPod model you have, click here.
If you are connecting via USB and the battery is completely discharged, there may be up to a 30-minute delay before iPod powers up. Click here for more information.
Reset iPod If iPod still does not turn on or appears to be "frozen" you may need to reset it. When you reset iPod all your songs and files are saved. Some customized settings may be lost.
Let the iPod battery drain In rare cases, iPod might get into a state in which it needs to be drained completely before it can be reset. If iPod didn't turn on after you reset it, follow these steps:
Posted on May 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
thanks for using fixya to solve your problems, i think the battery is down and need to be charge before you cn power on your ipod again. connect the charger or adapter to the ipod and plug it to AC power supply, leave for a while or some minutes before you power it on.
NOTE: don't always allow your battery to run down before you charge it.
Compliments and best of luck
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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