2559 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 13, 2009 7:17 AM by norman0320
yeah... same thing has been happening with me, but (don't be grossed out) i dropped mine in the toilet, and it took a discharge. after i finished charging it, i had to actually give the touch screen some pressure in order for it to work. if you can, send it in to apple, and if it can't be fixed, just replace it.
that's all i know... sorry
The backup you make before you restore includes information such as mail settings, notes, sound settings, widget settings, certain network settings, and other preferences including settings and data from third-party applications purchased from the App Store will be restored from the backup. Your music, videos, and applications will be reloaded by iTunes as they were before the restore. This article gives all the details and shows you the screens you will see during the restore: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1414
thanks for all that information!
i did the restore, and the problem hasnt gone away :/
so i'm definately going to call apple tomorrow.
before i do, does anyone have anything else i can try?
or has anyone else had this problem with an old first gen ipod?
im probably the only person out there who STILL has a first gen ipod touch, but it has only given me problems a few times until now.
Hi there, my current OS on my ipod touch 2nd gen is 3.00, if I restore my ipod touch 2nd gen and after the restore my OS will go back to old one which is 2.2? Or it will keep the 3.00 OS after the restore? If I will loose the 3.0 OS I will pay again to upgrade my Ipod touch to current version? Thanks a lot
Thanks for the reply, my main problem is when i moved to 3.00 I can't used my emergency charger pack which is designed for all ipods including touch 2nd gen (kensington mini battery pack and my monkey emergency battery). It does not charge anymore but before when I have an older version it charges very well.
Is the restore is the only way to resolve my problem?