|Jan 27, 2007, 02:20 AM||#1|
Very Grumpy. iTunes doesn't recognise my Nano.
Any help much appreciated...
I plug my nano in and it shows up as charging, but iTunes won't recognise it.
Doesn't want to know it.
So I search the apple site and it says try and reset the nano.
But that makes me very very (very) grumpy because I have been running all January for the macrumors running club challenge and I'm afraid it will lose my data, see? All those miles, no reward = GRUMPY
Does anyone know if:
1) it will lose my nikeplus data
2) if there is any way to make them meet up again without a reset?
Thanks in advance!
|Jan 27, 2007, 02:56 AM||#2|
If you reset it (not restore it!) by holding down center + menu for 5-ish seconds, you will not loose any data, music or runs.
At least I haven't lost any data, yet, and I have to reset it on every other run, and always after I've set a record, which instantly freezes my nano...
Hoping for a nano update soon...
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|Jan 27, 2007, 03:53 AM||#4|
After two and a bit years of hassle-free use with my first iPod, my new Nano has been a pain from the start. (error-48 )
"I'm sensing a change in management style here, from touchy-feely to smashy-testes."
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