Question about Apple iPod nano 4th Generation
A lot of people have the same exact problem and there are two reason for the problem , first the headphone is not working fine so try a different head phone and see if that work and second the headset port on the IPOD is bad and the only way to correct that is to replace the IPOD.
You can also do this steps in correcting the problem, the earphones must be pushed very hard into the iPod. So hard, that the white part of the plug must touch the iPod in order for the external speakers to turn off. You will hear a click.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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