Question about Apple iPod touch
The problem is that your iPod is currently set to "Repeat One" meaning that it will continuously play the same song until you tell it otherwise. To resolve this, play the current song and you should see some type of album art on the screen or a music note if no album art is available. At the top of the screen there should be a progress bar showing you how far into the song you currently are, if this is not visible tap once on the album art and it should appear. You will notice an icon in the lower left that looks like two arrows pointing to the tail of the other arrow, it should currently be blue with a small "1" in the lower left of it. Tap this icon once and your iPod will exit the "Repeat One" mode and will now play the next song after the current one finishes. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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