iPod touch ipod nano 5g

2macman

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I use the nano 5g for jogging.

Is it possible to turn the nano off and on, in such a way, that when it is turned on, it is at the same spot on the song list as when it was turned off?

This seems basic, but I cannot figure out.
 

Ms. G

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Jul 22, 2011
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Cowboys!!
I have an Ipod nano and I put my playlist on coverflow. So when I turn it off and then turn it on, it's on the same song and still on coverflow....Even with the pause symbol at the top. It should work with your nano 5g. I really wouldn't know becuase I don't have a 5g lol.
 
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dXTC

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Oct 30, 2006
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Up, up in my studio, studio
I have two 5g nanos; they rock, don't they?

Anyway, I've never had problems with this. Here's what I do: I put the music on pause, then click and hold the Play/Pause button, which puts the unit to sleep in a few seconds. A side benefit is that it preserves the current playlist, current song, and current position within that song. Press any button to wake it up, and it'll be paused at the point where you left off.

My 2nd gen nano (which I no longer have) also operated this way. I can only assume that Gens 3 and 4 did this as well. I have not played enough with the 6th gen to determine how it handles this.
 
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