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Everytime I unplug my Nano from my laptop after recharging, it goes dead. Problem persists even after restoring. Is the battery gone?

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  • javsha Dec 14, 2009

    this one was a gift. how-ever on checking its serial number with apple, i found the warranty had already expired ! does shelf life decrease the battery capacity so much?

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Could be, what was your method of charging like did you use a wall charger or use the computer to charge it coz using a computer slowly decreases the battery life of an ipod

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