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I cannot hear anything on my ipod? Is there volume control or should i reset it?

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TRY TO RE SET OR UPDATE SOFTWARE

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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    change the year phonre and se and update the software or ther may be socket problm give to service center dont give to any other local person



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