Solution For Fourth Generation IPod Nano Display Error

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I am looking for solutions to fourth generation iPod nano display error that just shows an exclamation error and I am not able to use it for playing any music. Help me guys.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #300883

Solution For Fourth Generation IPod Nano Display Error

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Try the following methods-

  1. First plug in your iPod in charging and wait for around 30 mins
  2. Replace the FireWire or USB through cable you are using
  3. Try a different FireWire or USB port​on your pc to connect
  4. Try disconnecting all other devices from your pc
  5. Update the firmware for iPod and iTunes by going to the following links-

https://www.apple.com/itunes/download/?ipod

https://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

One of the above should definitely fix it.

Answered By 575350 points N/A #302160

Solution For Fourth Generation IPod Nano Display Error

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If your iPod only shows a sad iPod icon or an exclamation point with a folder, or sometimes you hear clicking or whirring, you may want to try this strange trick from a user who once encountered this problem. Hold your iPod then give the top right hand corner of your iPod a quick bang on the desk.

This may sound stupid but lots of iPod users tried this when they encountered the exclamation point error. This actually fixed the error on their device. You may want to try it a couple of times if it didn’t work the first time. Here’s what they are saying after trying this odd method: Exclamation Point and a Folder.

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