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Try plugging your iPod in to a computer or electrical outlet. If the battery is dead, then this will fix the problem. If this is not the problem, try holding down the power button and the main button (play or home) at the same time for about 15 seconds. If the iPod does not reboot and turn on within these 15 seconds, it is probably damaged. If this is the case, go to apple.com and set up an appointment at the genius bar. They will explain to you whatever is wrong with your iPod, and discuss your options on how to fix it. Best of luck!
Reset the ipod by holding down both the 'off' button and the 'round button on the front bottom of ipod' at the same time and hold them until it shuts down. This may cause you to loose apps and act as a reset to your settings, but at least you can work with it again.
Try to reset the iPod by holding down the menu and center button - usually need to put the iPod on a table and use 2 fingers.. Hold for about 5 seconds till the Apple logo appears. Otherwise try a restore in iTunes but that erases everything.
When you plug it in to your computer, you should see an option in iTunes to synchronize it with your current library. Press "Yes" and the existing music will be erased.
You should be able to turn it off by holding down the "Play" button and turn it on by pressing the "Play" button.
If this fails, you can restart the device by holding the "Menu" and "Select" buttons for 6-10 seconds until it restarts.
1. you should have an ITUNES installed on your computer and if you dont have download it on their website.
2. everytime you plug your ipod it will be recognizable.
3. look for a song or music file that you like and make a playlist.
4. plug your ipod and it should recognizable with itunes.
5. drag a file from a music folder to the itunes
6. then when its there on the itunes use the add to playlist locating your ipod. by the way if you didnt use ITUNES for dragging music then it wont play on your IPOD.
First make sure your hold switch isn't on. It's on the top or bottom and slides
back and forth. It needs to be switched to the left. Once it is to the
left, here's how you reset:
You can reset your ipod by holding down the menu and select (round
button in the center) buttons down for at least 10 seconds. You'll see
an apple logo flash, that's when you stop pressing the buttons. It will
shut off, then back on.