Question about Apple iPod nano
I charge my ipod all night I usually have it on all night but it's in the charger, it will only last about 5 minutes out of the charger. Why won't it hold a charge??
The battery may be going bad. The internal battery in the ipod has a limited lifespan and will eventually fail. When this happens the amount of operating time you get between charges will gradually decrease unti eventually the unit will not stay charged. It sounds like this is what you are experiencing.
You will want to contact Apple about the unit to get more informaiton on getting battery refresh service,
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Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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Flip the iPod Nano's "Hold" switch to "OFF."
The iPod Nano cannot be turn on if the switch is set to "ON."
Reset the iPod Nano. Move the "Hold" switch to "ON" and then "OFF."
Then, press down the "Select" and "Menu" buttons on the Nano. Hold those buttons for about eight seconds.
The Apple logo will then become visible on the iPod Nano. Once this occurs, try turning the iPod Nano on once again.
Connect the iPod Nano to an iPod charger or a computer that is turned on via the iPod Nano's USB cord. Charge the Nano for at least 30 minutes.
Then, try to turn the Nano on.
Update the iPod Nano's software.
Connect the Nano to your computer via the player's USB cable. Open iTunes, and click the iPod Nano's name on the left part of iTunes.
Click the "Summary" option at the top of iTunes. Then, click on the "Check for Updates" button that's positioned in the middle of iTunes.
Follow the instructions that appear inside iTunes in order to install the updates on the Nano.
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