My Ipod Stays in the Apple Logo and just reboot and the logo again!!!!!

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  1. Dremor macrumors newbie

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    My Ipod Stays in the Apple Logo and just reboot and the logo again!

    Its Like a Loop, it only do that! :(

    What Can I do? Can some one tells me what can i do please?

    PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ! :( :confused::apple:

    BTW, Mine is 2nd Gen Ipod Nano

    Solution:

    My OS is Windows XP and what I do is this:

    1. Push CENTER and PLAY/PAUSE at same time for 6-10 sec. Your Ipod will go to Hard Drive Mode
    2. Connect Your Ipod in Hard Drive Mode to your USB/FireWire cable and let the OS recognize it.
    3. In Windows, Go to My Computer and rigth click it (it will appear as any jumpdrive) and do Format Disk. In Mac I dont Know how to do
    it, sorry.
    4. Open ITunes and it will recognize you Ipod (If you dont format it before it will stay doing the same) and then you can do a Restore.
    But please do like 3 restore before puting you music in. Some times dont get the firmware at first like it happened to me.
    5. Enjoy your Ipod Again!
     
  2. colocolo macrumors 6502

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    Same thing happenned once to my 1st gen iPod Nano.

    Thing is, I left it on until it fully discharged, and what was happening for some odd reason is that it turned on once plugged into my computer's USB port, but when trying to mount (Im assuming this based upon observation), the energy it needed was greater than the charge it had accumulated.

    Finaly, I left it that way for a couple of hours and started noticing that each time it rebooted it was able to stay on for a little longer, until finally it got to mount and stay that way.

    My advise: keep it plugged into your computer for a few hours, then come back and see if it came back to life.
     
  3. Dremor thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thx buddy I will Try it and I will tell if it give me any results.

    Any other advise?
     
  4. SXR macrumors 6502a

    SXR

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    Try holding the Center key and the MENU key at the same time for a few seconds. then you are in the diognostic menu screen , you can run tests from there. If you cant get there, or if it doesnt help you. Bring it back ;)
     
  5. Dremor thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Ok, I try Recharge it to full and doent help, still rebooting... the ipod was recharging like 5 hours. Still Rebooting. :(
     
  6. Dremor thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I try the menu with the center and it just restart and then still rebooting. :(

    Any other advise?
     
  7. mediaguru macrumors regular

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    Did you try restoring the iPod software using iTunes? Your iPod's software might have become corrupted.

    The apple support doc is here.
     
  8. Dremor thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I cant because the computer doenst recognice it when is rebooting. :(

    Anyways I resolve the problem by my self. I explain at first post. :p XD!!!!
     
  9. Dremor thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Problem Solved!!!! ENJOY!

    Maybe It can be get sticked!
     
  10. ndiol macrumors newbie

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    Hello plz help me i have the same problam
    can u yu help me my friend my ipod is restart in logo apple mine is 20gb
    model no A1099
    thanks
     
  11. Jett Deion macrumors newbie

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    Have you tried resetting it? I don't have an itouch (yet) but with alot of ipods that screen will go away if you reset it. I think you have to press down your on/off button and your menu button at the same time. If resetting doesn't work, call Apple customer service.
     
  12. bw0812 macrumors newbie

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    Great, you solved this odd problem by yourself, so just enjoy it. BTW, your solution is all right!
     

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