iPod iPod wont turn off -_-

eva01

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Gah! Plymouth
this is the second time this has happened, i use my iPod (60GB in sig) i hold down play, it doesn't turn off, and it wont turn off leaving it alone for a long time, I haven't touched it in about 5 hours and it still hasn't turned off (at work without access to connectin it to computer). So i try and press play again and it wont turn off.

The way i fixed it last time was i put in my computer and ejected it, then it would shut off.

Is it time to reset it through the iPod software updater? This is getting annoying.
 

eva01

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Gah! Plymouth
i did read the ****ing manual fyi


i was wondering if there was anything else i could do without resetting it. But i guess there isn't....
 

XNine

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Sorry, I just deal with so many of these every day, that about 85% of the time people don't read the manuals (I mean, average americans are pretty damn lazy) That's why I said "not to be rude."

Reset is a common thing oniPods. It always has been, always will be, I think.
 

eva01

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Gah! Plymouth
I figured as much, just that i am not home right now and wanted to see if there was anything else.

Thanks ^_^

I always read electronic manuals for certain things, never video game manuals thou :p
 

eva01

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Gah! Plymouth
Which reminds me the puffy amiyumi concert was friggen awesome ><! i am going to japan to see them soon
 

PaRaGoNViCtiM

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My old iPod would never shut off, I would reset it, and it would work okay for like 3 days, then it would do it again! I ended up upgrading it, and *knocks on wood*, it has happened since.
 

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