Question about Apple iPod nano
It's always best to start with resetting your equipment before you decide that it's something serious. Here are the steps for resetting the nano (it will retain all your songs/data/info so don't worry):
1: Press and HOLD DOWN the MENU & CENTER buttons at the same time for 7-10 seconds until the Apple logo appears. If it does not appear, repeat this process. 2: If it does not appear, repeat this process. If it does not respond to this, let the battery drain COMPLETELY so it turns off by itself. 3: You can plug it into iTunes and RESTORE it. Remember, anytime an Apple product (applies to most, not all) fails to operate the way that it is supposed to, you can usually fix the issue by the 5 R's: RESET, RETRY, RESTART, REINSTALL, RESTORE. I hope this helps you! Don't forget to vote if it does :)
Posted on May 01, 2010
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