Well i was playing my ipod about a month after i got it and it ran out of battery and now when i charge it it will show the charging and charged icons but when i un plug the ipod the battery icon goes back to empty (red sliver at the end of the battery). please help!!!!!!!!
I had this problem last year with my ipod mini.
Unfortunately mine was out of its guarantee which meant Apple would not fix it for me - even though it was there fault as it had a faulty logic board!
So as no-one would fix it for me in Ireland, I sent it to England.Their web address is ukipodrepairs.co.uk. They are situated in Brighton. It cost me £90, but it was well worth it, and I had it back within a week.
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sorry! But, You have described your problem in full detail. i think their must be a damage in your charges or your battery or the pins of your battery of ipod. try cleaning both pins with a petrol or kerosine dipped cotton. Then again try to restart your ipod, after charging your battery.. other wise you have to show your ipod to a local repair centre. They will manage it after examining your problem and ipod itself!
You are right, it doesn't have enough power to turn on because the battery was drained. You're saying that it wont charge? It could only be the USB cable problem. Try to use a different iPod USB cable and check if it charges the iPod. Another thing is try to charge the iPod using the stand alone USB charger. Your iPod requires high power input. If that doesn't work, you may start to think that it is a battery failure.
2: Hold the power button and the menu button (underneath screen) down simultaneously until the screen goes black, then shows the Apple logo again. Then release the buttons.
3: Wait for five to fifteen minutes until your computer plays a "chime" sound. The iPod should then show the "locked" screen with the battery logo, and you should be good to go. You will probably want to resync your media to your iPod at this point, and make sure it's charged.
The older ipods charge using 12v, the newer ones (including the Touch 2nd gen) use 5v. So a lot of docks that will charge a nano will not charge a new Touch. If a dock says it will work with the iPhone then it will work with the newer iPod Touch (2nd gen). If you have an old dock and want to charge a new Touch (sounds like the case here) then you can get an adapter. Scosche makes one just for this.