Question about Computers & Internet
There are 3 solutions to your problem:
1. Plug your i-pod into the USB cord, and it should turn off.
If that doesn't work,
2. Wait for your battery to die then the screen will shut off once the battery is dead.
3. Try holding the home & on/off button for at least ten seconds. It should turn off. (You might have to try it a few times)
If all fails, (which it shouldn't), call the apple i-pod store, and you can either bring your i-pod in or they'll tell you what to do :)
Good luck, Kobac
Posted on May 22, 2011
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