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My i pod touch went to sleep and wont wake up or conect to the computer and i have already held down the buttons and still will not wake up what else can i do

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If you have an adapter for an outlet see if charging it does anything. If you've already tried resetting it aka holding down the proper buttons, and the player's "Hold" button isn't on the Red side, then you will have to bring it to an Apple store to have it looked at.

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