Many times after charging my Ipod nano or plugging it into the computer to add more music, it wont shut off. Eventually, the power will completly drain from the batery and I must charge it again. Then, the same thing may happen.
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Re: My IPod Nano Wont Turn Off
Use the reset method suggested in your manual to reset the device, and then that way you won't have to wait for the battery to drain. Your iPod may have a more seriosus problem, though - I would do the 5 R's suggested in the user manual.
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Okay, I solved my own problem, but if you end up having the same issue, here's what my brainiac mind came up with... I shut the whole GD thing down. I unplugged the nano, closed all the **** I had open on my computer, and then restarted it, then plugged the nano in and waited for it to eventually open i-tunes, it did... then it WORKED!!! yay ME! I hope this works for you... sometimes it is just the most obvious solution, huh?
How old is it? if it's under warranty apple may fix it. Simply, if you charge your iPod through you computer then the battery could be damaged. USB ports only put out 5 volts. If you have an AC charger that puts out 9.5 volts then consider charging it with that. Some AC adapters only put out 5 volts for the purpose matching the USB standard, but it's not good for the ipod.