#1
I was just listening to my iPod (a brand new 80 gig classic), and it stopped working in the middle of the song. I can't do anything, it's completely frozen, none of the buttons/click wheel are working. What do I do? This is pretty urgent...
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#2
The battery will eventually run down real low, then you can charge it and it should be fine. This happened to me on several occasions.
#3
hold the menu and middle button for about 8 seconds i think. that resets it. problem solved, its done it to me a 3 times now.
#5
Whoa, thanks, I did the menu/middle button thing. It worked
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#7
you hold them both, then click the middle button again while holding menu.

it always resets it.
unless you do it wrong.
then you're a jackass that phailed at doing a basic reset move XD
#8
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you hold them both, then click the middle button again while holding menu.

it always resets it.
unless you do it wrong.
then you're a jackass that phailed at doing a basic reset move XD


I've had it not work a few times and had to wait until the battery wore down enough that it turned itself off. I've also had some rather faulty iPods too..
#9
lol, it will always work man, its a reset system that it tells you about in the manual.

fault ipods you say?

my friend's ipod got messed up, so he had to give it a "love tap" to get it to work every now and then.
then it stopped working for a bit (button faulty).
and randomly when he plugged it into his computer, it erased his song list automatically,
and starting going DOWN in storage when he added songs.
he's at least 1.6GB over limit (he's got 2.6GB on a 1GB ipod)
lucky ho...

and mine, i have to pull it back, then twist it right and hold it this way to get the buttons to work.


funny, because both of our faulty ipods are the black nano 1GB.


and if you can't do the reset system right, then throw it in the freezer.
the battery will die in like a minute.
#10
Well it doesn't always work and I have had 6 iPods that had internal problems. Whether or not you believe me, I don't care but I'm not going to get into an argument about it.