Question about Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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Only says mp3/mp4 8 GB in the box, the mp3/mp4 looks llike an IPod nano

The computer dont recognize the mp3/mp4.
When plug the mp3/mp4 to the computer and go to my computer there is no device connected or if I go to Itunes shows there is no mp3/mp4 plug it I make sure the mp3/mp4 is connect properly to the computer but nothing happen, what can I do,

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  • domoniqueCha Dec 27, 2008

    When i plug in my device the computer tells me that there is nothing connected. Also when i plug my device in the computer the device continues to have a loading picture on it, I have this problem when the device isnt connected also.

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When the computer doesn't recognize the USB,
Disconnect it from the computer then PRESS & HOLD valuin + until it is recognized by the computer.

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Chnge the usb cable

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