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My ipod died yesterday. When i charge it, it just stays at the "charging dead battery" logo. I've been charging it for the whole day and it hasn't gotten as far as charging to where its usable again. Its still at that "charging dead battery" logo and im really getting frustrated that i can't use it. So can anyone tell me how i can get my ipod touch to charge?

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  • Agent23 Jan 02, 2011

    and i've also reset my ipod and it still hasn't worked. so what should i do
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Have you tried to reset your ipod if so you might have to take it to an apple store to get it looked at

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    Ryan Nguyen Jan 02, 2011

    try to take it to an apple store they have great sevice all my apple products go there

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