I got a brand new iPod back in 2006 in Best Buy. When that iPod started giving problems (freezing very often), I went with my warranty to get it fix and I was told that I would recieve a brand new iPod. What I got was a refurbished iPod that's giving me the same problem with freezing, but not only that, itturns on and off by itself and everytime it freezes I press the Menu and center button to unfreez it and I repate the same step mulitple times and it always syas that it needs to be restored. When I try to restore it, it will freez, turn off and will not turn back on and it finishes restoring it will not download my songs, it will only get 5 songs. How can this be fixed?
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First of all,Ipod is a registered product of Apple Computers Inc.Mp3 player of Any other Brand is best known as PMP(Portable Media Player).If you are using it for the first time you need to charge the battery for at least 12 hours.if the problem persists its better to find a authorized service centre rather posting question on internet.
The best thing to do wuld be to first, back up all of the stuff on your ipod, and the restore it back to factory setting through itunes. After that, you can put all of your files back on the ipod and it should function normally.
Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.)
and hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons simultaneously until the
Apple logo appears, about 6 to 8 seconds. You may need to repeat this
Tip: If you are having difficulty resetting your
iPod, set it on a flat surface. Make sure the finger pressing the
Select button is not touching any part of the click wheel. Also make
sure that you are pressing the Menu button toward the outside of the
click wheel, and not near the center.
If the above steps did not work, try connecting iPod to a power
adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet, or
connect iPod to your computer. Make sure the computer is turned on and
isn't set to go to sleep. if nothing happens post me a msg , i'll try further steps to help u
The service plan that you purchased allows you to get your iPod repaired if it has a hardware failure during the lifetime of the service plan. You can take the unit into your local Best Buy™ store to get service.
You may also qualify for our rapid exchange program. If your local Best Buy store determines that the item is defective they can have a refurbished iPod drop-shipped to you as an exchange. You can ask the store for more details.
I believe that you purchased the item online (based on the title of the post) but I am confused about your listing the product "as refurbished." Best Buy stores and the BestBuy.com website do not sell refurbished iPods. We only sell new items, which I believe you item is new based on the fact that you say it was in a sealed box.
If you purchased the iPod from a Best Buy store you can get a full refund or exchange on the item within 30 days of purchase as long as you have the receipt and as long as the product is in new and resellable condition. If you purchased the product from www.BestBuy.com then you can likewise make a return within 30 days or receiving the product.
If for some reason you are past the 30 day return period, there is a one-year manufacturers warranty on iPods. Your local Best Buy store should be assisting you in having the unit sent out for service under the warranty as long as the unit is under warranty.
This is either cause by a damaged headphone socket in the iPod or a loose connection. The only way to solve it will involve opening the iPod case and inspecting the daughter board that the headphone socket is on.
Hello! This problem is if you messed around with your iPod Touch a lot like hacking it. I hacked it before so I restored it so now it is very good! It is now version 1.1.2. Okay, if you want to fix this problem, hold the home button and the power button for 20-30 seconds until a yellow exclamation mark shows up to tell you to connect to iTunes, this worked for my friend's screwed up iPod Touch. Try this method okay? After you connected it to iTunes, check for updates right away and there you go!