Question about Apple iPod nano
What you can try and do is to charge it ac not dc. Ac would be in the car with a car charger. But if that is how you always charge it that is why it dont keep charge cause an long about of time charging your ipod in the car is bad on ac. The reason im telling you to charge it ac is because the battery is not use to it. Or vice versa.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ipod nano hold botton
This is how to do it guys:
1) First trigger the hold button to on and then turn it off, (its were it doesn't show the orange part.
2) Then hold the Menu, and Center buttons for 6-10 seconds.
You will know when something happens, the Apple Icon will appear on the front.
What you are doing is restarting the Ipod.
Im only 13 and i tried to act smart ;) but this is how you do it. It's not a scam dont worry.
Hope it works guys!
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
SOURCE: iopd wheel not responding
I have the same problem and since mine was out of warranty, I decided to try and fix it. I ordered a new ipod nano wheel from ebay for roughly 15 dollars. Search youtube for how to open your nano, which is pretty straightforward. Not as difficult as I thought actually. You can then remove the wheel circuit pad and replace it. It peels right off of the plastic part of the wheel and the metal back part also peels off. They used some sort of sticky back tape, which sounds bad when you try to take it off, but reallty not all that bad. Mine is Gen1, so yours maybe different, just be sure to search fro the right model.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Try resetting into disk mode by holding down "MENU" and the centre round button for a couple of seconds at the same time, let it charge for a couple of minutes - important, eject it from your hard drive first, quit all applications that work with your iPod, then press the "MENU" and round button at the same time again press the play button - it should go to a grey screen with a apple on it - re-atach your iPod to the machine again - it should now look like its charging, and should launch iTunes again giving you full functionality to your iPod again - let it fully recharge before unplugging.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
worst case scenario is that a circuit has broken inside. But your ipod will be under warrenty for a year from purchase.
Otherwise, leave the ipod to charge for a long time. Just leave it connected directly to the computer USB port despite not having any change in appearance. Also, don't connect it via a usb hub or through your keyboard. You will need to plug it into your computer directly.
You can also try entering DFU mode. Here is a great step by step guide to do that. http://iphonefreakz.com/beginners-guide/howto-dfu-mode/
Then restore the ipod and update the firmware. Make sure you have the latest version of itunes installed. By checking through software update.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Flip the iPod Nano's "Hold" switch to "OFF."
The iPod Nano cannot be turn on if the switch is set to "ON."
Reset the iPod Nano. Move the "Hold" switch to "ON" and then "OFF."
Then, press down the "Select" and "Menu" buttons on the Nano. Hold those buttons for about eight seconds.
The Apple logo will then become visible on the iPod Nano. Once this occurs, try turning the iPod Nano on once again.
Connect the iPod Nano to an iPod charger or a computer that is turned on via the iPod Nano's USB cord. Charge the Nano for at least 30 minutes.
Then, try to turn the Nano on.
Update the iPod Nano's software.
Connect the Nano to your computer via the player's USB cable. Open iTunes, and click the iPod Nano's name on the left part of iTunes.
Click the "Summary" option at the top of iTunes. Then, click on the "Check for Updates" button that's positioned in the middle of iTunes.
Follow the instructions that appear inside iTunes in order to install the updates on the Nano.
hope this helps
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