My 1G ipod touch was connected in the car. A static in the connector happened while I was activating the music app at the bottom. After that there is a band at the bottom of my screen that became insensitive.
How can I restored it? I implemented to firmware 3.1.1 and restored my ipod two times saving settings or not.
I read about changing general.plist, but I but understand how.
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Many car stereos have more new connections that MP3 playerslike the iPod can be connected and played through the stereo. For new carradio, you only need to connect the device and the MP3 player. If you have anold stereo, connect your iPod or connect a 3.5 mm stereo cable or FMtransmitter. Connect iPod directly to the stereo with a stereo cable willresult in better sound quality on the FM transmitter, which can be interruptedor static signal.
AUX 1. Find an AUX port. The AUX is a hole, only small to belocated on your car radio face. (The size is perfect for connecting headphonesor an auxiliary cable.)
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo cable into the hole in front ofyour car.
3. Connect the other end into the hole stereo AUX jack /headphone jack on top of your iPod.
4. Connect your iPod.
5. Activate the AUX input. This will be different for eachcar. You may need to field through your input options (e.g., FM, AM, CD, etc.)to access the AUX. Or you may need for your stereo pressing the Menu button.Then, the options for auxiliary input field to the AUX input as possible.
6. Find a song on your iPod and press the Play button whenthe auxiliary input is activated. If you do not hear anything, make sure thevolume on the iPod device and radio. If the iPod is playing your song, you'llsee the song progresses on the iPod screen.
FM Transmitter 1. Find an FM transmitter that is compatible with the iPod.So let your FM transmitter near your car radio.
2. Connect the iPod to the FM transmitter.
3. Tune the radio to your car radio has a frequency thatonly static, then the vote of the same frequency channel using the buttons +and -.
4. Connect your iPod. Then a number and press"Play." Make sure to turn all your volume on your iPod. You should beable to use his music. If not, find a new frequency until you find one thatworks with the iPod and the transmitter.
<p>The iPod Touch has Wi-Fi capabilities so you can connect to
wireless networks within range of the signal from your iPod. Understanding of
how Wi-Fi connectivity and login to activate an available wireless network is
essential to ensure proper network activity on your iPod touch. Get the most
from your iPod to access the network for updates, instant messages and
downloads. <br />
<p>1. Click the "Settings" button on the touch screen
in front. <br />
<p>2. Touch "Wi-Fi" and press "On" to
activate the wireless network. <br />
<p>3. Tap "WiFi" and wait for the list of networks
available to fill. Tap the name of the network to connect. Tap "Join"
when the iPod does not connect automatically. <br />
<p>4. Enter the wireless network password or encryption key as
requested. The network administrator's password if necessary. Hit
"Connect". <br />
IM600 Compatibility: iPod mini; iPod classic 3G, 4G, 5G, 5.5G, 6G; iPod nano 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G; iPod touch 1G, 2G; auxiliary input connects to any CD, DVD, or MP3 player using a stereo mini-plug. If you have a mini-plug port on the IPhone which I believe you have; then attach a male to male plug in between the two devices. Take to Radio Shack for correct line plug.
Like all electronic devices, iPods sometimes freeze and become unresponsive. Sometimes iPods lock up when they're dropped on the ground or come in contact with water, but less destructive accidents may also cause them to stop working. All versions of the iPod have a way to reset their hardware should they stop playing music or refuse to turn off.
Check the "Hold" switch on the top case of your iPod to be sure it isn't activated. An iPod will appear frozen and unresponsive if this feature is activated. A lock symbol will appear on your iPod's screen if it is in Hold mode. Switch the "Hold" button on and off once. Place one finger on the "Menu" button and another on the center button. Press both buttons at the same time and hold them for up to 8 seconds. Release the "Menu" and center buttons once the Apple logo appears on your iPod's screen. Try releasing the buttons and pressing and holding them a second time if the logo does not appear, as it can sometimes take several tries to reset a severely frozen iPod. Press and hold the top button and the center "Home" button on a frozen and unresponsive iPod touch to reset it. Hold the buttons for at least 10 seconds and wait for the Apple logo to appear on the screen, then release the buttons. Connect your iPod to its powerblock or a computer if it is still frozen. Wait 5 minutes and then try to reset it. Sometimes an iPod can appear frozen when its battery runs out and just needs a few minutes of power to start working again. Hope this helps.
To activate your iPod touch, follow these steps:
1. Download iTunes from http://www.apple.com/itunes.
2. Install iTunes.
3. Open iTunes, and connect your iPod touch to the computer using the included Dock Connector to USB cable.
4. iTunes will recognize the iPod and walk you through setting it up.
Hope this helps.
hELLO THERE: Many people think that it's a
pressure problem, and the fact that the iPod is not picking up the
pressure you apply when you touch the screen to perform a task. However,
the screen on the iPod Touch is not pressure-activated but rather,
heat-activated. This means that when you touch the iPod screen, the
sensors inside the Touch pick up on the heat from your finger and follow
it to wherever it goes. If it can't pick up the heat, it won't be able
to do much for you. Luckily, because it's the heat sensor, the problem
can sometimes be very easily corrected.
Oftentimes, this problem occurs when people are outside on a very warm day and are trying to use their iPod Touch. Because the surrounding air is just as warm, or hotter, than the temperature
from the tip of the finger, the sensors can't differentiate and so,
they don't respond when you touch the screen. So, just move to a cooler
place and you should be able to operate your iPod Touch again. Some also suggest turning your iPod off and on and waiting a few minutes before trying again to see if it will work.
Unfortunately, if those solutions don't work for you, you might be
out of luck and might just have a defective screen. If this happens, the
only solution sadly is to return your iPod Touch to Apple and hopefully, you're still under warranty to get a new one.
Check the pins on the speaker and on the plugin on the iPod, that's the problem usually. Also, check if the iPod is truly compatible, even if it worked before it may not be. I have seen car chargers for say a 2G iPhone work for a bit then say incompatible, it happens. Here are the compatible iPods for the iM310: