What must I do, my iPod Touch won’t turn on? That problem is a daily occurrence that most Tech people are constantly answering. When your iPod won’t turn on then you should start to check out the following things:
1. In some instances, your iPod Touch won’t turn on if the HOLD switch is off. Check and make sure that the HOLD switch is in the on position.
2. The HOLD switch is located at the top or the bottom of your iPod, verify that you can see the orange patch. That orange patch is an indicator that the HOLD switch is in the on position.
3. When you put the Hold switch off make sure that the orange patch is no longer visible. Then you will know that your iPod is in the off position.
4. After turning your iPod off and then on again several times, you should be able to touch any button to get it reset and come on in the normal manner.
Check the Battery
Your iPod won’t turn on when your battery is empty. You will be able to detect that your battery is empty because your screen should read low battery for at least three seconds. When this happens then you will need to recharge your battery before you can turn your iPod touch on again. Charging the iPod battery is very important step that you need to do for your iPod. You should make sure that you know the proper steps before you start recharging your iPod.
Steps to recharging battery
1. The first thing that you will need to do in order to recharge your iPod battery is too connect your iPod to the computer’s built-in-pin Firewire.
2. Next, if your computer does not have the built-in-pin then you will need to connect your iPod to the high-powered USB port located on the back of the computer.
3. The alternative is to connect your iPod to the Apple iPod Power Adapter that should be connected to an electrical outlet.
4. Remember if your iPod has does not have a Click Wheel, you cannot use the USB port or FireWire to recharge the battery.
5. When you are connecting to the USB port to recharge your battery, it will take thirty minutes before your iPod will respond to the charge.
6. In some cases, it can take up to six hours before your iPod battery fully recharges.
These usual problems can prevent your iPod from activating. Try some of the above steps first before you panic. In most cases, the only reason that the iPod Nano won’t turn on is because the HOLD button is in the off position or the iPod needs the battery recharged. If these things do not work, remember that Apple keeps Tech support available to help resolve any problems that you might have with your iPod.