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How to Fix Common iPod Touch Problems

Many tech devices seem to have problems at some point. This is true with the iPod Touch as well. Many people are lucky enough not to experience any problem until they are ready for a new iPod. Others are not so lucky with their iPod. To fix your iPod Touch problems, the Internet is your best friend as there are many resources on the Internet to suit your needs. The Apple Web site is a good place to check too. Below are a few iPod tricks I have been using over the years that I would like to share.

Email Problems

There was a time I was not able to send an email from my iPod. To solve the problem, I ended up having to open up a new email account. However, before opening a new account, try deleting and then re-adding the email account on the iPod Touch. This can be done from Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

iPod Touch not seen by iTunes

This seems to be a common problem. It turns out that this problem is caused by iTunes on a computer not finding or 'recognizing' the iPod Touch. So, one fix is to simply reinstall the iTunes software.

Before you go ahead and do that, you have to backup your iTunes content. It is good to backup your iTunes content to a DVD. The iCloud is also a very good option to backup your iTunes content. Do not uninstall your iTunes without doing some backup of your files as you could lose some data for good.

Resetting Your iPod Touch

No matter what kind of problem you have with your iPod, the first thing you should do is reset the iPod. This can fix a lot of problems.

To restart your iPod Touch, press and hold the sleep/wake button until the red light appears on the screen. Now drag the slider to the right to power off the iPod. Next, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button, again, until Apple logo appears on the screen. Try the iPod Touch to see if it has stopped acting up.





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