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If the iPod will not turn off, try to reset it. Press and hold the
Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least ten
seconds, until either the Apple logo or battery symbol appears. If the
battery symbol appears, continue to charge iPod touch until it is fully
(1) Hit the reset button for 5 seconds.
(2) Hit the reset button, slide down the on/off slide, and have it
plugged into the computer at the same time. Hold for 5 seconds.
(3) Hit the reset button again.
(4) Charge it for at least 10 hours in the port in the BACK of your computer.
(5) After 10 hours, unplug the player and press the + volume button.
While still holding it, plug the player back in. Keep holding it for
5-50 seconds. (most likely nothing will pop up).
(6) Let the player sit UNPLUGGED for a good 3 hours.
(7) Plug the player back in (it should light up now). Let it charge the
usual time it takes to charge for an empty battery, about 6 hours.
battery can fully charged but if contacts of the tray are dirt than no current can pass through. firstly check contacts, switch showing that it is come out, after pushing it in, also check for polirities of batteries.
on your itouch, press and hold the home and the power button until the apple appears and it reboots. do you have more than one item here? the ipod press and hold the Menu button and the action/center button untill it reboots. if neither work your charger is toast. get an a/c charger and charge them real good and you will be fine. Good luck
I had the same problem. Tried recharging from both PC and mains recharger. Tried re-setting and re-charging. All I got was the blue charging light pulsing on and off. The ZEN would not charge. Eventually I tried a Software re-set. (Slide the on/off button to the On position and hold it there whilst hitting the re-set button). I then tried re-charging and everything was fine. (It did take about 10 - 15 mins recharing from the PC before the device did actually respond, but that is normal after it is fully discharged)
Cannot guarantee the above will work every time or for everyone, but it saved me returning it to Creative and an eight week wait.
-Turn the hold switch on and then off.
-Hold down the menu and middle button until the Apple logo appears, usually about 6 to 10 seconds.
-If that doesn?t work repeat the process and you should be good to go.
-If that didn?t work try plugging you Nano into your computer using the USB cable
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