|Jun 13, 2008, 06:55 AM||#1|
iPod 4th Gen dead?
As posted on MTAU:
Hey guys, just went to get my iPod out of my draw (been a few months since I last used it) and turned it on - it showed me the logo then the battery with a lightning strike next to it. I have tried restarting it (it is now connected to my Mac), and sometimes I get me sad iPod face. It seems to go through the restart cycle a few times before it gives up.
Is there anything I can do? Finder won't recognise it. I would love to have this work again as I have missed the LCD since I bought my shuffle. Maybe HD dead or battery? Might buy Decryption's battery if it is.
Thanks for any help guys...
edit: I just remembered that the last workable state had both iPod OS and Linux on it
macbook. u2 ipod. shuffle 2g.
|Jun 13, 2008, 09:07 PM||#2|
Sounds like it might be worth trying a new battery. It would only cost a bit and if it works, you are in good shape.
MacMini 2.3 GHz i7 / Nexus 4 / iPod classic 160 GB / iPad 2 / Nexus 7 / AppleTV2&3
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