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What are the fundctions of the dial and arrows on the ipod nano

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The dial scrolls through the menus the arrows are to skip or fast forward tracks.

here is the user guides

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How to unlock screen lock


use the dial to make your first numeric selection. hit the center button. do it again 3 more times. once you hit center the last time and the lock code is right, you will enter your iPod. to travel backwards nit the l<< key to go back a previous dial to change a number.

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How do you ulock screen on ipod nano


If you lean "unlock" because you just can't use the dial, just flip the switch on the bottom of the Ipod.

If your Ipod has locked up and you can't do anything with it, then you can reset it. Don't worry - it doesn't erase your music. Press the MENU and the middle button at the same time, and hold them until you see the Apple logo. It may take a try or two, but you'll get good at it.

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How to turn up my ipod nano


turn dial clockwise. make sure lock on side is not runed on.

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Don't know how to reject the ipod nano when charging at computer


  1. Once the iPod is attached to the iPod and USB port in the computer, an icon will appear at the bottom of the computer desktop. The icon is from removing the USB Mass Storage Device
  2. Now, click on the enject icon and it will show which drive the USB cord is attached to. Once the icon is clicked on, the iPod will show an arrow going down and reading "OK to disconnect". Once able to disconnect, the USB cord can be removed from iPod.
  3. Another way to eject the iPod from USB cord is through iTunes. Once anything you want sync'd to your iPod is complete, a message will appear on the iPod reading, "OK to disconnect". Just like it did on the ejecting icon on your desktop.

Sep 24, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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I can,t figure out how to disconect my ipod from


just pull out the cable from your ipod connector or from your computer, you can also use itunes to disconnect your ipod, click on your ipod in Itunes, you will see an arrow next to your ipod name on the left side of itunes where it displays MUSIC, RADIO,PODCAST etc. click on that arrow and your ipod will be disconnected from itunes.

Sep 16, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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My iPod nano says enter code


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If you dont know the password.. or if you didn't enter one then go ahead and connect the ipod to compute rand then update the software using itunes ... if this doen't work then try to restore the ipod to factory settings which will erase everything from ipod and then sync with itunes again..


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Jan 22, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Need driver for ipod nano for windows millenium


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You will need to download the latest version of iTunes. It is free. When you have done that, load all of your music into iTunes. Then connect your iPod to the computer with the internet connected. You should be able to see your iPod on the left side of iTunes. You can then click the music tab to tell itunes what music to load into your iPod.

Be sure to click the arrow next to your iPod when the syncing is finished to release your iPod from itunes. Also click the green plug icon at the bottom right of your windows screen. If you cannot see the plug, click on the white arrow until you see the green plug. Click on it and you will see your ipod listed as a mass storage device and a message asking if you want to disconnect it. Click disconnect mass storage device and wait until you see a message saying ;safe to disconnect mass storage device. Done. Hope that helps.

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New nano 4 gb isn't recognized by my computer


Looks like the USB port of the Ipod is faulty.. use the warranty while you still can..

Apr 24, 2008 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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That always pops up when you plug your Ipod in. Just click the little arrow beside the picture of your ipod(when it is plugged in) and it will let you eject your ipod safely. And as for deleting the song delete it off the computer before plugging in your ipod.

Apr 22, 2008 | Apple iPod nano

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IPod Nano wont play music trasferred from ipod mini


what download are you using ? as it seems that the songs are in a diferant format which ipod can,t under stand

Jan 08, 2008 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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