9437 Views 10 Replies Latest reply: Jan 12, 2010 3:16 PM by Stevo1986in
Have you cycled the power on your touch after installing an app?
this can be done by holding the power button and then sliding the red slider at the top across... Then wait a few seconds, hold the power back in until you see the apple logo.
It sounds like the touch's internal memory for system usage is overflowing and a power cycle could help you.
Now are you putting apps in by the store in the Touch?
If so have you tried this process with your PC? Someone else here earlier was having issues with Monkey Island and the only way they got it to work is to have the PC install it onto thier touch.
So erase it out of iTunes' app section... Go to the store, search and download it again and try to install it...
See if that helps.
All of my apps were working fine. Then I added Skiball from the app store.
Now all of my purchased applications immediately quit after choosing them.
I have tried:
Unselecting the apps in itunes and syncing.
Restarting the ipod touch
Resetting the ipod touch from the General menu.
Then another reset with the power and home buttons pressed.
Retyping my wifi password
Resyncing just one app.
Then I tried the whole procedure again adding a full Restore.
Then another reset. Again, retyping my wifi password (Grrrrrr)
That process took nearly 45 minutes
Then I checked just one purchased app again and synced..
This is a real problem.
That $.99 Skiball app blew away my astronomy programs and my HP-41c Emulator.
Apple....What is going on???
It shouldn't be this difficult.