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you might not have any memory left on your iPod. I have to same problem with mine some times I have to go and delete some stuff and then I starts to work again. so try deleting some stuff like pictures you don't like or some music you don't listen to anymore
When you put other things on your ipod touch, it eats up the space. In your case, you only have 164 songs because your space could only allow 164 songs. Try deleting some other stuff like pictures or any thing that you want to remove off your touch and then try to put some more songs on it
to restore you have to plug it into iTunes and then once the screen that says your model and has the picture of your mp3 player is up you click restore in the center right. t should take a while. it will remove all songs and add them again. good luck! please rate =]
ok this may be painful for you but u will need to put it into dfu mode by holding the hold and lcok buttons for 10 seconds then releasing the lock button and continue to hold the home button for 8 seconds while it is plugged into the computer. ITunes should open and say some stuff about like its in "recovery mode" and stuff like that and just resync all of ur stuff. DO NOT DO IT AS A BACK-UP of your ipod that may put the problem back onto the ipod. Hope this helps :)
It's very likely that when you dropped the iPod and damaged the screen, you also damaged a small component inside of the hard drive. The clicking noises are probably those of the hard drive trying to work and the picture of a "dead" iPod (I assume it's a picture of an iPod with a sad face) is also one that pops up when one is having hard drive problems. If you're comfortable enough opening your iPod, you could probably replace the LCD and hard drive but it might be a better idea for you to just buy a new one and sell the broken one as-is on eBay as you're replacing 2/3 main components of the iPod.