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take a source like an adapter or some which has an output voltage of atleast 3 times that of the battery like say if you have a AA size NIMH battery then try using a 5Volt adapter with atleast 500MA
now hold the positve wire to the +ve of the batter and negative wire to the - ve of the battery (BE SURE OF THE POLARITIES esle u'll destoy the batery completly) and hold it for not more than 10-15 secs and then quickly place for charging in the battery charger
do a reset. i believe it is hold center and play at same time for 10 seconds or it is the center and menu buttons at same time for 10 seconds to restart it. I hope this helps. This will not erase anything it is like restarting your computer. Good luck
Toggle the 'hold' button on and then off... then hold down the menu button and the centre button at the same time for 10 + seconds... an apple logo should appear, this should restart your ipod... if i doesn't go back to normal, from the apple screen just plug it in to your computer again and it should work!!! Hope this helps!!!!
you might need to restore it then.put it in DFU mode while connected to the computer.
to do this, hold the home and power buttons for ten seconds and then
let go of the power but keep on holding the home for 10 secs. the
screen will be black and nothing will show up. go to itunes and restore
it from there
Make sure that the hold button isn't on. If it is you will see a lock icon on the display. If you do see this icon, just move the hold button to the off position.
If this doesn't work you can reset the unit by turning it off and then holding down Menu and the center clickwheel button for approximately 10 seconds. The iPod will power up and reset. If this doesn't work try charging the iPod and then resetting it again.
Hold the select button and the menu at the same time until you see the screen go off.
If still does not work then try to enter disk mode and see if it works.
Disk Mode: Reboot
the ipod via Select and menu, right away hold the select and play
button and hold until disk mode comes on. Does the wheel work?
still does not work then reboot the ipod again and let it reboot normal
to go back in apple firmware. If all buttons are working and none of
the above works, I would assume it is not software related.