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Pod Problems

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A lesson on Ipod problems

A lesson on Ipod problems


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  • 1. POD Problems Simple Solutions to common iPod problems
  • 2. Basic iPod Problems My iPod Will Not Turn On or does not respond My Music Isn't Playing on My iPod Resetting your iPod My iPod Shows a Folder Icon With an Exclamation Point
  • 3. Resetting your iPod
    • Reset your iPod
    • Your last case scenario is to reset your iPOD.
    • Make sure the remote's HOLD switch is off.
    • Connect iPOD to power adapter.
    • Connect adapter to an outlet.
    • Press and hold both the PLAY and MENU buttons for 5 seconds, until Apple logo appears.
  • 4. My iPod Will Not Turn On
    • Several things could prevent the iPod from turning on. Check each cause in this order to find out what's wrong.
    • Make sure the Hold switch is off
    • The Hold switch is located on the top of the iPod. When it's pushed toward the headphones jack, you'll see an orange patch. This means the Hold switch is on and that you need to turn it off.
    • Slide the Hold switch away from the headphones jack.
    • Press any button to turn on the iPod.
    Click here - If this isn't the solution to the problem
  • 5. My iPod Will Not Turn On
    • Make sure the battery is charged
    • iPod won't turn on if the battery is empty. Instead, a low battery screen appears for about 3 seconds when you try to turn it on.
    • Connect iPod to the Apple iPod Power Adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet, or connect iPod to your computer's built-in FireWire port.
    • Wait for a minute, and then turn on iPod by pressing any button.
    If this method doesn’t not solve your problem try resetting your iPod
  • 6. My Music Isn't Playing on My iPod
    • Several things could prevent the iPod from turning playing music. Check each cause in this order to find out what's wrong.
    • Make sure the HOLD switch is off
    • Check to see if the earphones are plugged in all the way
    If these methods don’t Click here - If this isn't the solution to the problem
  • 7.
    • Try turning up the volume
    • Check to see if the player is on pause
    My Music Isn't Playing on My iPod
  • 8. My iPod Shows a Folder Icon With an Exclamation Point
    • If your iPod shows a folder icon with an exclamation point like the one here, use the steps below to fix the problem:
    • Charge the battery, which may be low. To do so, connect your iPod to the Apple iPod Power Adapter or to your computer using the cable that came with the iPod.
    Click here - If this isn't the solution to the problem
  • 9. My iPod Shows a Folder Icon With an Exclamation Point
    • The iPod may have the wrong version of the iPod software. Some iPod models require a specific or later version of iPod software. Try updating or restoring the iPod based on the instruction manual that came with your player.
    • It may just be locked up. Try resetting the iPod .