HT1363: Putting iPod into Disk ModeLearn about Putting iPod into Disk Mode
Currently Being ModeratedMar 19, 2013 6:49 PM (in response to Velocifero)
I tried almost everything i could find on the web. This happended as soon as I plugged it into a speaker dock (no name) and when i pulled it off the dock it was done, no sign no symbols,done! never turned back on.
So im worried it might be or might not be the battery.The apple genius told me it was the battery,but he checked it for like a minute,how did he determine that?
i ordered a new battery hopefully i get it soon,as i dont really want to buy a new ipod or ipad mini?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 23, 2013 5:24 PM (in response to 00chris1985)
Well, we are talking about an ipod classic yes? Because if it was an ipod touch fifth generation I would assume that it still has its warranty available and they shouldn't charge you for replacing the battery. In the case of a classic you have to remember that no matter how well you treat the device eventually the batteries will run flat, but I haven't heard of a case in which the ipod will die altogether, in any case I hope your dear jukebox get's better and you can get into your world with your tunes