Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
Battery problems, in my opinion, is the worst problem you can have. The reason I say that is that almost every problem I have seen as an iPod repairman can start from a depleted battery. When the battery depletes it can cause phantom problems and mimick other issues. I have seen it say full battery, bad hard drive, will not connect, folder icon, constantly freezing, constantly rebooting, you name it. You can replace your battery and often times it will correct the problem along with a restore. Unfortunatly when repairing anything you have to replace some parts to narrow down where the problem lies. There is a possibility that the battery is bad but went bad becuase of another issue.
I would go in this order: replace the battery, if it doesn't fix it, restore (you will lose everything on your ipod so back up your files), if still no fix, replace. You can usually sell your broken ipod on ebay for a decent price to off set the price of a new one. You can also get a refurbished one on apple.com/store with a year warrenty for way cheaper. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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