|Aug 15, 2006, 01:05 PM||#1|
iPod Nano Screen without backlight
Thanks for taking the time to read my problem!
Well, I just bought an iPod Nano.
It's great and all, but it has one problem...
Without the backlight ON, I barely see anything on the screen, even in daylight..
Is that normal, or I don't see very well, or the ipod nano is designed to be put in backlight mode all the time??
Please help me because it uses alot of battery!
|Aug 15, 2006, 01:52 PM||#2|
That sounds normal. On my 40gig Photo iPod, without the backlight, I can read it, but I need a lot of external light and the stuff on the screen has no color.
I have my iPod setup that everytime I touch the wheel or hit a button, the Backlight turns on. Then I have it set to a 5 second delay to turning off. I get good battery life, maybe try playing around with the iPod settings to get a good balance of what fits for you.
13" MBP 2.9GHz, 3rd Gen 32gig iPad, iPhone 5 16gig Black; Nikon D50; 60gig iPod Video; 250gig PS3 - wwooden
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