Have you tried reseting your iPod? That worked for mine. Just hold the home button and the one on top for like 10 seconds. If that doesn't work, maybe you'll have to restore your iPod. To restore it go to the iPod tab on your iTunes and click "restore", but it might take like an hour or so. Hope this helps
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This is usually a memory error. You may have too many apps open and need to close them.
Double click the home button to bring up all the open apps on your iPad. They will list in a line across the bottom of the screen. If you are on iOS7 or later you simply swipe the screen shot of the app upwards to close the app completely. Then go back to your home screen and open the app as you normally do. This should force the app to reboot and work as intended.
After closing all the apps you should then shut down the iPad completely. You can do this by holding the sleep button on the top edge for about 5 or more seconds. You will then see a slider on the touchscreen pop up that indicates you can shut down the device. After it is completely shut down, count to 10 and then press and hold the same sleep button on the top edge for 5 or more seconds to reboot the iPad. You can also plug it into your computer or charger at this point to force the iPad to turn on.
App previously worked
If the app that is showing errors has previously worked and not been updated, follow these steps:
Think about the pattern of what you were doing when the device froze, and what programs were open in the background. Use the answers to focus on device functions or apps that are not working correctly.
i would suggest a hard reset. this will turn your iphone or ipod off and back on. to do this hold the sleep/wake button and home button at the same time for about 10 seconds. once it turns back on, try the app again. if this does not work, i would try deleting and then re-downloading the app form the app store.
Sounds like you need to reset AppsLib.
This fix will wipe all your data, so be sure to back everything up.
Go to Settings.
In settings go to Go to "Privacy".
Select Factory Reset.
Select Reset Device.
Connect the unit to the computer using the USB cable and "Select" Erase
The following will occur:
• The screen will display COBY
• The screen will display Android
• The unit will reboot to the Menu screen
Step 6- The unit will prompt to calibrate. Hold stylus on the center of the target.
Repeat as the target moves around on the screen. ****DO NOT *** press Return or Home".
The unit will display "calibrate success" and will return to the main /home menu automatically. If for any reason the unit went into standby mode and the touch screen does not respond, reset the unit using a pin.
After the Factory Data Reset, do not launch the Applibs yet until:
1- You have configured your Wi-Fi
2- Check/enable "Unknown Sources"- Go to Settings, Application Setting. Done.
There's very little you can do when an app does not open. The standard procedure is to delete the app and re-download it. You can also try rebooting your device by holding down the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button until the screen goes black and the Apple logo appears.