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IPOD NANO 1st Gen. 2GB HANGED

I had connected my iPOD NANO 2GB to the system as it was on HOLD and unable to recognised by the system and after removing from HOLD its not working and not comming out from Hold mode and light is continuously ON.
Not able to use it..Plz Help me out...

amit.sharma23@hotmail.com

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    4 Gb my ipod is hanged.there are solve this problem?

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THIS WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM!

1.Turn on HOLD then switch it off
2. Press and hold the "Play/Pause" Button and the Center button at the same time until it resets the iPod.

This should reset your iPod and fix your hung (frozen) iPod!!!

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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