What wrong when there is know sign of life on my ipod?
Ipod 10gb white in color with 4 small direction touch pad and a large pad.
my ipod screen won't light up or show any signs of life. i have it plug in my usb on my home computer now...I don't know when the last time it's been used....what is the problem?
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Make sure you have you user's manual. If you don't have it, go to Apple website. Make sure the songs you are trying to add are in the format suggested in the user's manual - warning: WMA files are trouble for reasons I don't feel like explaining anymore. If they are, then make sure that you still have enough memory left in this player. If you do have enough memory, follow Apple's 5 R's: These are for Nano, but they apply to all iPods: Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall, Restore Remember these five basic suggestions if you have a problem with your iPod nano. If one of the following doesn’t help, read on for solutions to specific problems. â Reset your iPod nano. See “General Suggestions,” below. â Retry with a different USB port if you cannot see iPod nano in iTunes. â Restart your computer and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. â Reinstall iPod and iTunes software from the latest versions on the web. â Restore your iPod nano. See “Updating and Restoring iPod Software” on page whatever.
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A white screen on an iPod Touch is the sign of a generic error, meaning you won't get a specific error message. Usually when this happens the white screen won't change and the iPod is frozen on that screen. Apple Support outlines a specific series of steps to take to deal with this problem, from turning the iPod Touch off to completely reinstalling the operating system if necessary.
What the White Screen Means The white screen is a sign that a software error has occurred in the iPod Touch. Unless you received an error message first, it's usually something near the root level of the iPod's operating system that caused the iPod to cease functioning normally. Rather than shut off completely, it goes to this white screen to let you know there's been an error. Unfortunately you usually lose unsaved information when this occurs. b> Resetting b> Try turning the iPod Touch off, then on again. This is the simplest way to reset your iPod Touch. If it remains stuck on the white screen, force a reset by holding down the Sleep button (top right corner) for about 10 seconds. The screen will go dark, then the Apple logo will appear. If it turns off and doesn't turn on again, the battery may be too low. b> Restore b> If a manual reset doesn't work and the screen remains stuck on a white screen, you'll need to restore the iPod to reinstall its operating system. Plug your iPod, via its charger cable, into your computer. Open iTunes and click on your iPod, then the "Restore" button on the main screen. b> Problematic Apps b> If you consistently receive a white screen while using a particular app, the app may be faulty or installed incorrectly. Try re-syncing the app to your iPod Touch and see if that solves the problem. Otherwise, you may need to delete the app to avoid the white screen problem. b>
<p>By default, the iPod Touch gives you the remaining battery
life with an animated image of a battery. When looking at the battery icon, you
can estimate your rate is available and decide whether to load it. For a more
accurate indication of your battery life, you can assess the use of the
battery, which tells you the exact percentage of battery life you have
available. IPod touch with 4.0 IOS software you can enable this feature in a
matter of seconds. <br />
<p>1. Tap the Settings application on your iTouch 4. From the
main menu, locate the application on the first page. By default, it appears
near the bottom of the screen, indicated by a gray icon. <br />
<p>2. Tap "General". It has a small version of the
same gray icon that you have already entered. <br />
<p>3. Tap the "Use" option, you can find near the top
of its "General" options screen. You will see a list of relevant
information about the battery life, including the extent of use since the last
load and the amount of waiting time since your last payment. <br />
<p>4. Touch the cartoon "Battery Percent" switch on
top of the screen. Tap the button to toggle between "On" and
"Off" options. By switching to "On", the percentage of your
battery available in the upper right corner of the screen. Tap again to
"Off" position when you want to remove the percent sign, the battery
of your screen. <br />
<p>The iPod Touch comes with one year warranty from Apple in a
wrong or defective hardware and software, but the warranty does not cover
liquid. IPod Touch built after 2006 contain an integrated liquid contact
indicator senses the presence of water and is used to indicate when the device
was damaged by water. <br />
<p>1. Find the headset at the top left of the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>2. Looking directly down the hole of the connection. Make
sure you are in a well lit room to clearly see the hole. An amplifier this can
be used for a better view of the headset. <br />
<p>3. Look for a small dot that normally appears white or
silver. The point will change color, and was half or completely red or pink
when the phone is in contact with water. <br />
If your Leapster 2 will turn on, but the touch screen is not responding to the stylus, try re-calibrating the stylus with the screen using the steps below:
1. Turn your Leapster 2 off, and remove the game cartridge.
2. Hold down the 'hint' button while the game is off. The 'hint' button is the middle small button in the row of three above the directional pad on the left, with a '?' on it.
3. With your finger still firmly on the 'hint' button, turn the Leapster 2 back on. Keep your finger on the 'hint' button.
4. The screen should be displaying the calibration screen. You can release the 'hint' button now.
5. Press the 'A' button on the right to enter the calibration screen.
6. A small '+' sign will appear on the screen. Touch it with the stylus. A new '+' sign will appear. Touch this with the stylus too, and repeat for as many '+' signs as your Leapster 2 throws at you.
7. The screen will return to the calibration screen. You can now turn the machine off. Leave the cartridge out of the console, and turn it back on.
8. Your stylus and touch screen should now be working, enabling you to sign in as usual.
9. If it is working correctly then you can turn it off, add a game cartridge and turn it back on
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