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Apple iPod Nano Model A1137


I have an Apple iPod Nano 1GB model A1137. Whenever I try to connect to my computer through USB cable, I just see a battery discharged icon on my iPod. My Computer/itunes doesn't recognize my iPod.

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  • alexlalap Aug 14, 2008

    my computer does note recognize my iPOD nano 1GB model no. a1137, when connected

  • cool_guys Aug 15, 2008

    my ipod has been freeze and in usb doesnot recongnize?

  • cutiedymfna Sep 26, 2008


    I also have a Ipod nano model A1137.Whenever i try to connect it to my computer it doesn't recognized my ipod and aside from it i could no londer use the cursor of my ipod.pls help

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    My computer does not recognize that I have plugged my nano into the usb port

  • jayian Jan 29, 2009

    Ipod model a1137, cant be read in my laptop



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No video conveter in A1137 whyyou have not given the conveter

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