Question about Apple iPod nano
This could be the screen going out, as they seem to do a lot, or a power saving feature. If it is the screen going out, you can get them on ebay fairly cheap and they are pretty simple to replace. If it is a power saver setting, try hooking up to ac power, this usually turns off most power saver features. Then you can go in and change the power saver features.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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