I recently had the first generation ipod nano but than my friend gave me his 80GB black video ipod. So i plugged it in and i cant seem to sync the songs onto the new video ipod. i start syncing and than it stops on a song and wont work anymore.
It's probably that the hard disk in the iPod is failing. You could try and get it repaired otherwise you can do an apple exchange, which is you send of the iPod plus anywhere between $100-$200 to apple and they will send you a new one. The apple exchange program must be all does through an apple authroised service provider.
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The ipod nanos the smallest product in the Apple iPod line. The fourth generation
Nano comes in two different capacities, each capable of holding
thousands of songs.
The fourth generation iPod Nano comes in 8 GB and 16 GB models. The 8
GB version can hold 2,000 songs, and the 16 GB version can hold 4,000
Song capacity estimates are based on music encoded in Apple's
proprietary format at a standard, average bitrate. The higher the
bitrate, the better the quality. Songs deviating from Apple's standard
(for example, CD-quality music or high bitrate MP3s) will use more disk
Nano's predecessor, the iPod Mini, was released on January 6, 2004, and
was available with a 4 GB hard drive. The Nano was first released on
September 7, 2005, and was the first iPod to use flash memory. It was
first available in 2 GB and 4 GB versions. The fourth generation Nano
was released on September 9, 2008.
The fourth generation iPod Nano is 3.6" tall and 1.5" wide.
The third generation Nano, released on September 5, 2007, was the first
Nano to feature video playback. Storing videos on Nano can dramatically
reduce the amount of songs it can hold.
only 3rd generation iPod nanos can play video, and the video must be mp4, you can use itunes to sync video to ipod nano, just follow those steps: 1. Open iTunes and click "File" to add your videos to iTunes library. 2. plug in your iPod Nano to computer, then iTunes will detect your iPod Nano as a device. 3. Select your iPod Nano device on the left panel of iTunes, click "Movies" tab, check the videos you want to sync and click "Apply"
I tried different computers and cords... I ended up opening iTunes
without the iPod and going under Help/Run Diagnostics. I selected to
run diagnostics on just the iPod, an error message came up and then it
worked. I'm not sure HOW it worked, but it did.
I don't know it by model number but the generation are easy to define.
A first generation nano is either black or white. It is made out of the same material as a standard Ipod at the time. Comes in 1 gig and 2 gig only
A second generation nano is multi colored and made from a metal case. Similar in design to a mini. The edges are round as well. comes in 2 gig and 4 gig.
A third generation nano is a different size than 1 and 2. it has a bigger screen on it. Can play videos as well. Comes in 2 gig, 4 gig, and 8 gig as well.
Greetings, There is no way to update your old Nano to play video. There is no video processing chip, and the screen is not of a high enough resolution. My second generation ipod with a black and white screen also shows the option for music videos, its just due to the iTunes software. Take Care -WN
Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
and hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons simultaneously until the
Apple logo appears, about 6 to 8 seconds. You may need to repeat this
Tip: If you are having
difficulty resetting your iPod, set it on a flat surface. Make sure the
finger pressing the Select button is not touching any part of the click
wheel. Also make sure that you are pressing the Menu button toward the
outside of the click wheel, and not near the center. If the above
steps did not work, try connecting iPod to a power adapter and plug the
power adapter into an electrical outlet, or connect iPod to your
computer. Make sure the computer is turned on and isn't set to go to