Question about Apple iPod touch Second Gen (8 GB, MB528LL/A) Digital Media Player
Posted by Anonymous on
There is most likely some sort of debris inside of the headphone jack leading to that problem. The speakers sound like they are blown. Try holding the home button for 10 seconds, followed by holding the lock button for 10 seconds, put it into DMU mode and restore it completely. If this does not fix it, check with Apple and see if there is a warranty still left on it.
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