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1. Keep the power and home buttons pressed until the "Connect to iTunes" screen comes and restore (everything will be erased). or 2. Ssh your iphonego to th path mobile/Library/Preferences/delete com.apple.springboard.plistoff and on your iPhone (MAY need to be jailbroken, not entirely sure).
You can buy kits for this on ebay, or seveal other websites that specialize in apple parts. Installing the screen is easy and there are utube videos that will show you how to do it yourself. They come with a tool for opening the ipod and changing out the screen. Also google replacement screen for "your model" and you will get hundreds of sights that sell the parts. If you don't think you can do it, "you can", then apple is your only alternative, or the store you purchased from may have a repair service
You could have unseated the video cables inside it. These are really easy to re-seat if you have the tools to do it. This happened with my iPhone, and I watched a bunch of videos on youtube and found a lot of useful tutorials on how to fix it. The video cables kind of 'plug' into different slots inside the iPod, so they can come lose or disengaged after being dropped. If you are comfortable taking your iPod apart you could fix this in about 10 minutes. If it's not the video cables, it would probably be a broken digitizer which again is a doable self fix. A little more time consuming and you will have to order a new digitizer online. You can find them all over the internet, a good place to start will be youtube so you can actually watch someone fixing one so you can see how to fix yours and ebay for parts is a good place to try.
your iPod's screen is broken. not broken in the way you are probly thinking of (with a 'spider-web) it is an internal brake.
you have some choices at this point:
1) try and fix it yourself. this can be difficult but a lot cheaper (if your good with directions, pick this) go to ifixit.com they have both the parts and tools for the repair, as well as the instructions on how to do the repair itself. the have and iPod screen replacement kit you will want look into
2) send it off to apple to fix this will be very expensive and slow. if you have warranty it is now void because it does not include "accidental damage" I don't recommend this.
The digitalizer which is the plug resbonsible for the touch screen sensing could be most probably disconnected. The way to fix the problem is by opening the iPod with the special tool for that. And check either the digitalizer which is located upper left corner of the device is disconnected or broken. If broken you must get a new screen and digitalizer,which can be found in many of the e-shops on the Internet.
Go on e-bay and buy a screen kit that includes the tools. They are fairly cheap. Then go on You Tube and watch the 100s of repair videos people have on replacing ipod screens until your eyes dry out. Now go get you some rest and put some eye drops in. When your all relaxed and not stressed you can have at it and replace the screen yourself for cheap.
well, it seems as if the screen is broken. not broken in the way that you are probably thinking. (you are probably picturing what is called a "spider web")
you have some choices at this point:
1) try and fix it yourself. this can be difficult but alot cheaper (if your good with directions, pick this)
go to ifixit.com
they have both the parts and tools for the repair, as well as the instructions on how to do the repair itself. the have and iPhone screen replacement kit you will want look into
2) send it off to apple to fix
this will be very expensive and slow. if you have warranty it is now void because it does not include "accidental damage" I don't recommend this.