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If you're on a game over WiFi, it could be signal strength. If it is a "local" game, your device may just be too slow or not new enough. Try deleting the cache and turning off and back on. Check the app store reviews to see if it is a common problem.
Step 1: 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.
try connecting your ripdrive to your computer usb then download the firmware update at: http://www.pogoelectronics.com/downloads.html. put the file in your firmware folder, shut down the ripdrive, then start it again. it fixed mine (several times). i hope that works. good luck.
no the plasic is just to hold the batterys in to trun it on press the play botton some times you have to hold it down for a little bit or just press it and let go it could stick and to turn it off the stop botten press it 4 to 5 times untial it turns off. change batterys this unite is bad on batterys last about 2 or 3 hrs. is all i get out of mine had mine about 5 to 6 years
Try removing the battery and make sure the player is getting powered up when connected via USB.
I've found that it sometimes behaves a bit funny if you turn the player of when it's busy playing a song (instead of stopping play first).