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To hard-reset a seventh generation iPod Nano, press and hold the Sleep and the Home buttons until the screen goes dark. Release the buttons after seeing the Apple logo, followed by the Home screen. For a sixth generation... More »

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Common problems with the iPod Nano include failure to turn on and off, production of distorted audio and display of the "Use iTunes to restore" message. Other problems include appearance of the folder icon during startup... More »

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According to the Apple Support website, unfreeze your iPod classic by resetting it, retrying it, restarting it, reinstalling the software and, if necessary, restoring the entire program on your mp3 player. Perform each o... More »

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Some common problems with the iPod Nano include its inability to power up properly, its battery draining too fast, and its display becoming unresponsive and not being able to recognize input once the Apple logo appears o... More »

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Common problems with the iPod Nano include failure to turn on and off, production of distorted audio and display of the "Use iTunes to restore" message. Other problems include appearance of the folder icon during startup... More »

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To use Virtual DJ Pro, pick a song to play, load it into either one of the two decks on the Virtual DJ screen, and press play. You can then mix the track that is playing with another song by adding it to the other deck a... More »

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To put an iPad in recovery mode, force-restart the device by pressing and holding the Sleep and Home buttons for at least 10 seconds. Don’t release the buttons when the Apple logo appears; instead, release them only afte... More »

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