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4th Generation ipod wont recharge

My 4th generation ipod photo wont recharge. When plugged in the screen brightens for a moment and then fades to black...Does it need a new battery?

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There must be a virus problem..a bbetter solution is put it on n let all the battery get over..and then recharge it from the beginning.

maybe ur connection is not proper. try putting the wire properly.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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