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Someone disconnected my apple iPod nano when the screen said do not disconnect What do i do to fix it ???

I let someone take my ipod nano and they were gonna try to put songs on it from another computer But they did something to it. I think they unplugged it while the screen still said do not disconnect and anyways now i can't get it to respond so what do i do ?????

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First try and re-set it. Hold down the play button and select or center button at the same time for about 10 seconds. The apple logo should appear. try turning it on again. I should work, if not plug it into your computer and let it charge for an hour until the charging sign comes on. Then unplug it and try turning it on again.

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