Does your iPod get unresponsive after you restart it??

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Does your iPod get unresponsive after you restart it?

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  1. jjj651

    jjj651 New Member

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    Ok. I know many of our iPods get unresponisive after we restart them. For example: you open up musicplayer.app but you cant scroll through music or do anything in it. The only thing that works is the home button. I know there has to be another way to get the iPod to work again. Please post your techniques in getting your iPod to respond again without having to rejailbreak.
  2. ibitapple

    ibitapple New Member

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    do u mean that the inside of the apps do not work
  3. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    WTF.... 3 times? Damn, post it once

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    yeah.
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    Whoa, three threads. And no, it doesn't happen to mine.
  6. Blaze_Blaster

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    install the app "Respring" Or "killBoard" and everytime you restart and it doesn't work run one of them. Also I hear its a problem with dock.

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