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What do I do if my iPod doesn't respond? (FAQ)

Category: Using Your iPod

Last updated: 10/6/08

Don't panic!

This is a fairly common situation, especially if the iPod battery has been run down very low. You simply need to "Reset" your iPod. To reset a Click Wheel iPod, do the following:

  1. Toggle the Hold button on the top of the iPod to orange and then back into the original position.
  2. Then hold down Menu and the center button at the same time for about 5-10 seconds until the iPod resets. That's it!

 


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 Excellent product.
Brenda Dewit
 
 You are WONDERFUL!! The reset solution worked and everything is fixed. I have iBirdExplorer and Birdseye now
Gail Schneider
 
I can say with 100% certainty that this is the best bird sound technology around.
James Currie, Birding Adventures TV
 
 Your instructions were perfect. I was able to reinstall the software and the bird songs without help from my
Aileen Pope
 
Last year's birdJam review we gave 10 out of 10 feathers and we feel that rating still stands strong.
Eddie Callaway, aka "The Bird Freak"
 
 This is a great product and excellent learning tool.
Ed Johnstone
 
 Wow! I sure didn't expect a response on a Sunday afternoon. Thanks!
Joe Williams
 
 (birdJam) has made my job easier and the others I work with (even the vegetation people) are excited...
Howard Allis
 
 Best tool I've seen for sharing birds up close to others. Their jaws just drop!
Dan Harper
 
 I was not familiar with iPods and Charlie in Tech Support was so helpful and patient in explaining the various
Shirley Burns
 
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