It may have songs that are no longer in your device you might ganna try reseting your ipod! hit the menu and the middle at the same time an apple will show as soon as you see that press the middle one and the play button at the same time, connect to computer and it should work!!
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Unfortunately the Ipod may be beyond repair. Ipods are only built to last 3-5 years, and after said amount of time, they start to lose their ability to work.
Your best bet is probably bringing it to an apple store, if they cant/wont fix it, then minimally you will get 10% off of the purchase of a new ipod.
sorry to say most of the time when people get electronics wet the first mistake they make is trying to turn it on when it still has water or whatever in it and they fry the circuit's inside, so unfortunately looks like yours might be dead, next time anything like that gets wet dry it off for a few days in a bowl or rice and remove the battery if possible and only after your 100% sure its 100% dry then try and turn it back on, sorry there's a slim chance you can crack it open and replace the battery and it might work but its a slim possibility
maybe they got corrupted try putting them on the music player again or try getting the same songs but diff versions of the file and you could try last to convert the songs to a diff format then put them on the player if its the the same songs on both the players that wont play then its the songs and not the player
I had this problem this morning, ie skipping from song to song, and it is new. I connected it, and reset it, from iTunes on my Mac, as they suggested. Then re-synched - it seems to have fixed it. Hope this helps.
The 5 Rs: Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall, Restore Remember these five basic suggestions if you have a problem with iPod nano. Try these steps one at a time until your issue is resolved. If one of the following doesn’t help, read on for solutions to specific problems. â Reset iPod nano. See “General Suggestions,” below. â Retry with a different USB port if you cannot see iPod nano in iTunes. â Restart your computer, and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. â Reinstall iTunes software from the latest version on the web. â Restore iPod nano. See “Updating and Restoring iPod nano Software” on page 50.
Wow... sounds like you've really been through the proverbial wringer with this issue already! You have indeed tried almost every step I would have suggested already, but here's another thing or two to try:
1) Burn an audio CD of this song. It's a true waste of a CD, but fortunately CDs are quite inexpensive!
2) Eject the CD.
3) In iTunes, find the problem song and add something to the title to make it differentiate it... for instance, if the song was, "Freebird", I would rename it, "Freebird CORRUPT".
4) Re-insert the CD, and now rip this new version of the song into iTunes.
5) Sync up your iPod and see if the issue is resolved.
Hope this helps you out! =)