Question about Apple iPod touch
There may be some dirt or debris in the docking port of your iPod, so it'll need to be cleaned. I suggest using a dry soft bristled tooth brush. Some people have suggested using compressed air and vacuum tools. The key with this cleaning is to not make the problem worse by being too aggressive, and don’t use water or any other liquid! The idea here is that some kind of debris is in your dock making the iPod think a device is trying to connect. Remove the debris and fix the device! (maybe)
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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