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I think it might be time for a new ipod touch but until then... My ipod video(not touch) has frozen i left it charging on my macbook over night and when i got home from school today is it frozen... Is there any kind of reset sequence or anything.. my computer doesn't recognize it
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Try holding the home button & the sleep/wake button, it will reset, see if it works
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Sorry you thought i had a touch... i've fixed my post
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