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Solved: Got An IPod Nano And It's Just A Brick To Me--need Help.

What do I do?? it's really annoying to read now.. Your thoughts? Dan H Says: March 2, 2007 11:57 AM Hey - That guy Tim with the idea about scraping the side of the ipod wheel with the blister pack is a genius,

Told her to buy a new laptop because using a 4-year old computer today is like driving a Ford Model T on a modern 70mph highway. Gene Richardson Says: November 20, 2006 01:37 PM My problem with my iPod (20 gig fourth gen) is that the clickwheel doesn't work... Above the battery you'll see a black plastic panel with a cutout in it, and a block of dense foam rubber poking through the cutout. I mean, when people added GPS to phones, not many people thought how many apps would arise to exploit that data, from cameras that geotag pictures to check-in services like Foursquare. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-got-an-ipod-nano-and-its-just-a-brick-to-me-need-help.856713/

Should've done it when I first setup the new machine for him but didn't get to it then. my mini got stolen and i recovered it. He's helped with loads of handyman, car-related, and medical stuff (he's a doctor) that's out of my league and where I'm just as hopeless. But no scrolling down the menu list.

  1. any idea about this??
  2. Being able to pull drives out, transfer files (especially on the laptop), and slide things back in made me a happy person.
  3. In fact, it’s our experience that this easy trick will fix most advanced issues for free and in about 15 minutes.
  4. Question is can i fix it or should i buy a new one?
  5. I could not turn the unit off.
  6. Its like gold dust trying to find a new one!
  7. Everything works for now!
  8. However as described in the howto the album art is not transferred.
  9. Thought the heat may have caused it to affect the click wheel - removed it and have been through all the above at least twice except restoring.
  10. Luis Jorge.

I thought I still had a broken connection, but I don't see anything and then I tried the reset idea (menu and select) and the ipod does reset. They'd had a tech out to their place to "fix" their router at some point and gave him money to do little more than ruin my Christmas. I already tried the "update album art" option, but nothing happens. If I leave it out in the sun in my car, it workds perfectly...Anyone know how to maintain it's consistency?

So, the iPod nano loses video recording and playback functionality, has a smaller screen, but is "multi-touch" and the size of a shuffle so it's a great improvement? you would probably be better off buying an iRiver or another more open device with ogg support and no firmware locking Well, firstly I got my iPod free. iTunes and a couple of games are the only reason I have Windows running. Will AppleTV allow me to watch from that and free up my laptop?

is aptitude install libgpod2 aptitude remove libgpod3 libgpod-common enough? If so, then we go to the magic. The only problem is I can't get the album art to be transfered to the iPod. thanks upgrading to hardy's repository would probably leave you with a very broken install you can purge the programs and libraries use in synaptics the reinstall them, that will give you

reclusivemonkeyJanuary 8th, 2008, 02:49 PMRight now I visit a friend's place to sync my photos. this contact form whew! I also looked around at a lot of different mp3 players and the iPod classic was by far the cheapest per Gb of storage. i mean that switching mp3 players is a lot cheaper than switching to a mac Erm, I think you'll find apple are a commercial entity; people choose to buy their products.

Which rarely, if ever, works. reclusivemonkeyJanuary 9th, 2008, 10:41 AMApple only encrypt the firmware in order to make you buy a Mac (honestly they are worse than Microsoft) so please don't give in to their tyranny Esther Says: April 12, 2007 08:24 AM Thank goodness for google and finding you! Don't make me feel bad.

It's a 20 gig, fourth gen Ipod that is maybe 15 months old. CALVIN Says: August 29, 2006 01:20 PM I HAVE A FIX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Remove the blue rubber bumpers and white plastic top (shock absorbers) and carefully pull the drive a quarter-inch to the top of the iPod. I'm just gonna leave my "brick" alone for a few days and see what happens.

I don't know. susan miller Says: March 19, 2007 09:46 PM No, WinAmp worked like a charm! I've searched for the phenomenon but haven't been able to find any mention of problems like these.

if you look at the license section of your ipod you can that it uses free type, an open source project (that is why all the text looks so crisp).

These tips are pure ipod savers and should have been in the ipod manual. Makes its Debut | Crunch Report Watch More Episodes Feature Gadgets Popular Posts Featured Stories Snap Inc. Next step was to flash it with updated software. Thanks for the tip.

Indeed, a very thin, flat-head screwdriver is all most repairs require. Maybe this tip will help someone else. FWIW, I've always found that it's easier to recharge a phone every night than to have to remember if I did that last night or the night before. — Sep 03, I need a new computer.

therevmagoo Says: June 4, 2006 01:54 AM Re click wheel and bose speaker system: I just finished filling out online form for what wil be the fifth replacement ipod for my ARRAN Says: February 19, 2007 03:36 PM so if i buy a new click wheel will it fix my problem? Fixing the internal memory would be a huge success, but just for being able to boot and listen to music off the sd-card I would be very very thankful.Thx for your Pablo Says: November 24, 2011 06:43 AM Al final arregle mi ipod nano 4g soplándolo! (por la parte donde esta el conector de datos).