1. intoToday's Avatar
    Can someone please help? My iPod Touch (4th gen, 8 GB) isn't turning on. I haven't used it in about two weeks and it was working perfectly before then - no signs of any problems at all. I tried charging it for 5 hours in a row, but no luck, even tried different chargers, computers, etc. Any help? I don't want to pay $79 for a new battery replacement and I'm not a DIY guy...

    I don't want my iPod to be a paperweight!
    09-27-2013 08:30 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Try holding both the power button and home button simultaneously for about 10 seconds or so to see if it'll power on.
    09-27-2013 08:38 PM
  3. acerace113's Avatar
    The battery in iOS devices need to be above a certain voltage to charge, if it drops below that it might not charge at all. The only solution I've come across that's work is to leave it charging continuously for about a week or 2 (no 100% guarantee though). If the "low battery" screen is not coming up when you plug it in to charge then the battery is completely flat and you have to change it if you want it to work again.


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    09-28-2013 09:27 AM

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