Question about Apple iPod nano
My nano 2g skips music when i play mp3, it never finish songs always skips, but other features like video, fm, voice i dont have problem, only in MP3 i got error, always skipping music
Nice...I record my own music...and my NEW RCA AND the old SANSA ones skip...I gave myself permission to play the songs I wrote..I hope that's alright?
Posted on May 12, 2008
I had the same/similar problem. I don't have any copy protected music on my Nano and all of my music is in AAC so I'm still not too sure what was happening. Basically my nano would display the title track then immediately skip to the next track without playing any of them. It kept doing this until it decided to shut itself off automatically. The next time I started it up, it ran fine. I shut it down and let it be for a few hours only to find the next time I started it up, it was doing the same thing. I decided to restore the factory settings through iTunes and had to put all of my music back on my pod. Not cool. I also downloaded an update for the nano and installed it when I restored the settings. So far so good. Hopefully that doesn't happen again. Especially when I'm on the ice or on the hill.
Posted on Jan 30, 2007
In a mater in fact it could be the mp3 the mp3 was copy right protected so it skips and doesn?t let you listen to them.
Posted on Nov 02, 2006
Start with these five simple solutions: Reset, retry, restart, reinstall, or restore
What format are the music files in? (.mp3, mp3, wmv, etc,etc)
If you need more assistance let me know. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
I get this a lot with MP3s and it is because of the chips that Apple used in these iPods. It's only in the very latest ones they have solved this by using a different manufacturer. The best way I found to solve this was convert all the MP3s to AAC.
To do this, in iTunes
Hope this helps you out.
All the best
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: song skipping on iPod
maybe they got corrupted try putting them on the music player again or try getting the same songs but diff versions of the file and you could try last to convert the songs to a diff format then put them on the player if its the the same songs on both the players that wont play then its the songs and not the player
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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