Faulty screen for iPod 4g
If you notice that your iPod screen has turned white and is
completely unresponsive you can unfortunately assume it is a software issue.
(If you've damaged your iPod, it's a hardware issue that
most likely cannot be fixed.)
Sometimes the iPod just freezes up much like a computer and you have reset it to get it working
If your iPod ends up with the "white screen of
death," try a hard reset to see if that fixes the problem.
Unplug the iPod from your computer or any other docking power station.
It must be independent of any other device.
Attempt a "hard" reset.
iPod Nano (6th Generation) owners should hold down the
"Sleep/Wake" plus "Volume Down" buttons at the same time.
All other iPod models require a two-step approach:
1. Toggle the hold switch on and then off again.
2. Press the "Menu" and center "Select buttons or the
"Play/Pause" and "Menu" buttons (depending on your actual
Hold the button combination for approximately 8 to 15
seconds until you get an Apple logo.
Allow your iPod to reset itself and turn back on after you
see the Apple logo.
Set up your iPod as a new device rather than from a
backed-up file once it is restored.
This prevents you from getting a white screen of death again
if the problem was in your iPod's setup.
Jul 02, 2013 |
Audio Players & Recorders