When i turn my ipod on the apple logo come on the screen and then theres a black line and it goes off
Ive had my ipod for about a year and not suffered any problems but the other day the i pod wouldnt work ive tried all the resets and none of them work and it was just stuck on a screen with the apple logo , so i left it on over night n the screen had disipeared and wen i tried turning it on the apple screen apeared then went off with a leaving a black line what do i do ? ? ? ?
Re: when i turn my ipod on the apple logo come on the...
Try to restore to factory settings if not....u need a new because ur warranty should be up...(not sure)..........once the computer recognise it (disk mode) you can restore.
if a screen with an ipod comes up with x for the eyes its done for! (if cant access disk mode)
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Apple has some suggestions to try before taking it in to an Apple store. Most iPod Nanos are covered by a one year warranty, and you may have purchased a longer warranty. For questions about your warranty and coverage, call Apple customer service. If your iPod is still covered and you live near an Apple store, it may be faster to take it in.
Charge the iPod Nano for several hours to make sure the problem isn't a low battery. Force reset the iPod Nano by holding down the Sleep button and the volume down button at the same time for 8-10 seconds or until the Apple logo appears. Restore your iPod Nano by plugging it into iTunes and clicking on the iPod, then "Restore." This will wipe all information on your iPod Nano and install the latest version of its operating system. Re-sync your data to the iPod Nano after a restore.
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What you can do, in order to resolve this issue, is start by resetting your iPod Touch (Note: this does not remove any settings, data or media you have installed in your device) • To perform a hard reset, press and hold your Sleep and Home Menu buttons for approximately 10 seconds. • Once your screen goes black, release both keys. (If you see a white Apple logo before you release the keys you have held the keys to long and will need to start the reset process once again) • The next screens you should see after the black screen, is the Apple logo screen followed by the main screen.
Iv only seen that line with a jailbreak found at jailbreak me dot com... I'm not saying you jailbroke your phone but if it is that you might just be able to restore your iPod from your computer. Try it either way.
May be the battery id dead.
Connect your ipod to computer and press and hold the middle and menu button together until you get an apple logo on the screen.
Let go the buttons as soon as apple logo appears on the screen. In most of the cases, that fix the issue.
In case you wont get apple logo on the screen, then it's a hardware problem.
Call AppleCare at 1800-275-2273 in that case
Hope that answers your question