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Recently I brought a Nanomax Ipod from Dubai. I connected it to my pc with USB but nothing happened . I want to load some audio files but am unable to do it. Kindly help me.

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I think none of you read the question well and rushed to answer it.

The Nano Max Ipod the person is talking about is actually a duplicate model of the original that is available in Dubai. It is a MP4 player with FM RADIO and Voice recorder.

My girlfriend bought the same and now i am puzzled on how to operate it. Device Manager shows it as an "unknown device". Pls Help!!

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switch the hold button on and off, then hold horizontally, and push the menu button and center button at the same time. hold them down untill the ipod restarts and the apple logo apears. If that doesen't work, plug into the newest itunes program, and push restore.

Posted on May 02, 2007

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If your iPod is frozen or won't turn on, your iPod may be paused or on "hold." Slide the Hold switch and check the screen.

If your iPod is frozen or won't turn on, connect your iPod to your computer, then press and hold the "Menu" and "Select" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds to reset the iPod. Resetting an iPod will not affect your files or preferences.

If your iPod fails to hold a charge and it's more than a year old, you may need a new battery.

If all else fails, file a complaint with ebay stating you were sold something that was not properly described - unless the seller made it clear there were issues with the unit.

Hope this helps some!

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Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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power the ipod using the AC charger. same thing happend with my toshiba mp3. when i plugged it to the ac charger n then connected to the computer, then it started working fine.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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hi,

i own an iPod myself and i think i can help you,

Firstly, you have to download from the internet the latest version of iTunes. Then you open the itunes programme and plug your ipod on the pc. Start organizing your files on the itunes programme (make lists, add songs). As soon as you finish oraganising your files on the itunes programme and your ipod is still plugged on the pc,

Press the "files" option on the left top of window and then "sync ipod" below!

Hope i helped you!
Looking forward to hearing from you providing further assistance!

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Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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http://www.apple.com/support/ipodtouch/troubleshooting/ipodtouch/

go here and click on begin, when you have gone through the troubleshooting page there is another link there for support and more troubleshooting tips and topics.

I hope this helps

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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