Currently Being ModeratedJul 18, 2013 10:19 PM (in response to DarkMp21)
I would try to restore your iPod back to factory settings and see if it improves at all. If it doesnt, it may be the battery(if it keeps draining) or a problem with the iPod for randomly rebooting. If it is either one, call 1-800-MYAPPLE and they can see if you are in warranty and a possible replacment for you.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 18, 2013 10:28 PM (in response to Choustonator)
I am really thinking to restore it to factory settings to see if it improves but I cannot manage to keep it on, I think I will try to charge it with an external source of power, an external battery maybe and take it to my closest Apple retail store, anyway I will try to call to the 1-800 they helped me to solve an issue I had before but they cannot do anything like replacing it because I live outside the US :/ thanks for your quick reply!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2013 5:25 AM (in response to DarkMp21)
- Also try DFU mode after try recovery mode
- If not successful and you can't fully turn the iOS device fully off, let the battery fully drain. After charging for an least an hour try the above again.
- Try on another computer
- If still not successful that usually indicates a hardware problem and an appointment at the Genius Bar of an Apple store or Apple Authorized Service provider is in order.
If not within warranty you can also Google for a third-party repair place.
If it is confirmed that it is the battery, yo can purchase a replacement for about $10 and replace it yourself if yo are up to it.