Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There may be 2 solutions for this problem:
The 1st solution:
The first thing you should do is locate the lock button on your ipod. Second make sure it's unlocked, lock it and wait for one second and then unlock it. Finally hold the inner Grey circle button in the center of the ipod until you see the apple logo appear on your screen.
The 2nd Solution:
Plug in your ipod and click on your ipod in your itunes library. By doing so you should be on your contents tab. Click on the settings tab and then click on restore. This should restore all your defaults on your ipod. Before you do all this; make sure you back up your ipod library if you don't currently have them in your itunes library.
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