#1
Ok, so my brother and I both but some reconditioned iPods off of the Apple site. Registered them, got the warranty, I didn't want a damn thing to happen to these puppies. I don't have much money to spend on luxuries. But anyway whenever I try to connect my iPod to sync songs to it, it says the iPod could not be synced because the correct folder could not be found. It also keeps connecting and unconnecting on and off. My brother's will not connect at all. But it's just in my computer that this happens so we charge them in my PS3 and it works then. Why can't I sync to my iPod? I'm thinking it's something wrong with my computer but I'm not sure. Anyone have any advice or similar stories? Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance to helpful people and thanks for the lulz in advance to the pit-monkeys.
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#2
The reason your looking for is "Reconditioned"
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#3
Did you get the Classics? They are pieces of crap. Mine is anyways.
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#7
reconditioned means it has been superglued back together from rubble. It is a fail purchase.
#8
reconditioned electronics is like a crashed car. they're never the same after the crash, no matter how much work is put into fixing it.
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#10
Apple sucks.
Simple as that
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#11

NO U
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#13
lol

They are a crap company. What did you expect?
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#14
Trade them in for Sansa Clips. Much cheaper, smaller, simpler, and less prone to absolute ****tiness.
#16
Quote by ShallowEndings
50% true..

Some of their stuff is really good. The problem is the cost



the cost is offset by the fact that their customer service is located in america. trust me, you'll forget all about those extra couple of dollars when you need help with something and can actually understand the guy you're talking to.
#17
Quote by Lt. Shinysides
the cost is offset by the fact that their customer service is located in america. trust me, you'll forget all about those extra couple of dollars when you need help with something and can actually understand the guy you're talking to.


I personally care more about listening to music than listening to customer service - unfortunately for Apple, things like this happen to their overpriced products and you have to wait for a repair or replacement to keep listening. In my opinion, DAPs should be simple and full of high quality (well, "good" quality to avoid ridiculous prices) components instead of gimmicky interfaces and features.
#18
Quote by i_don't_know
I personally care more about listening to music than listening to customer service - unfortunately for Apple, things like this happen to their overpriced products and you have to wait for a repair or replacement to keep listening. In my opinion, DAPs should be simple and full of high quality (well, "good" quality to avoid ridiculous prices) components instead of gimmicky interfaces and features.



well every company produces a few dud products in a batch, they're not handmade, TS should just know better than to buy a reconditioned electronic device.
#20
Try to reformat your iPOD. Sounds like your USB ports don't get enough power. Try disconnecting other USB devices, and connecting the iPODS to the USB ports in the back of the PC.
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