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iPod - RIP 3rd Gen.


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I am sad to say that after replacing the battery for the 2nd time, my iPod shows the folder with the exclamation point. I tried restoring it in iTunes and it didn't help. It served me well, I bought it with my own money when I was a freshman in HS and it lasted me 5 years.


I am not a fan of the iPod Touch, I think I am going to get a 160GB Classic. I think I need a portable HDD, so it'll work.

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