I got home then it shut of and it said very low battery and it was almost full before that and i put it on the charger and it wont go into itunes and then a ipod with like a sad face and a triangle with an ! and its making a weird noise inside
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It is actually a common problem with devices that feature rechargeable batteries. The solution is to condition your battery. Once it is showing a 100% charge, disconnect and do not charge it again until the iPod completely shuts off and will not turn back on. Plug it back up to the charger and repeat. This will condition the battery to "know" when it is full and when it is not. Leaving it charging all day conditions the battery into "thinking" that it must stay charging or it is empty.
Is the iPod's battery so low that it can't communicate with the computer? And what do you want to charge the iPod with? A wall-socket or with the USB If you have access to a wall charger, try to use that one. You could also ask a friend with an iPod if you can charge it in their charger. I had once that my batteries were so low it showed the "Connect to Power" screen and shut off due to inactivity, also if I tried to charge it in a dock. I tried to use another dock linked to an amplifier and it turned on immediately. Furthermore, what generation iPod are you using?
contact apple and see what they say. if they cant fix it or something, then look for instructions on how to change the battery. if you dont wanna do that, then get a new one, but recycle that one first so you can get some money to pay for the second one
could be bad charger or time to replace the battery. lots of places sell new ipod batteries.
does it work if you leave it plugged into your computer for a few hours? if it does not then its a bad abttery.
try the reset option
press Enter and Menu at the same time until you see the apple on the screen
if the battery are still low you should try to update the firmware with itunes. if the battery are ok you should be ok but if the problems happen again run a firmware upgrade with itunes
It's possible you damaged the battery but not likely. The ipod has a circuit inside it to prevent overcharging (i.e. it stop scharging when the battery is full).
I would try the five R's at apple's website and then try charging it again and see if it fixes the problem.
See the five R's here: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303940
Try resetting it. Hold down the Menu and middle button at the same time until the screen gets dark.
If that doesnt work, Restore it. Plug it into the computer and click "restore" when it pops up in itunes. Please note that this will erase all data on the device.