for a month I didnt even know :S

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Makadon, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Makadon

    Makadon New Member

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    hello.

    I have my Itouch 16GB 2G for 1 month and I didnt know that it had a power off feture :S:S:S IT was allway's on a sleep mode, Do you guys & girls turn off ur Itouch or leave it on sleep? while on sleep it might heat up or any thing? Iam just shocked I didnt know it's possible to power off it totaly, lol...

    thanks.
  2. Supra James

    Supra James New Member

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    Leave it on sleep, it's not really needed to power off unless you specifically want to reboot it.

    OK battery life is still being used in sleep mode but it's not much.
  3. eladc

    eladc New Member

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    I put it on sleep 24/7 and once in a week I turn it off for a night.
    There are no machines that cannot be turned off (like iPods, cell phones, calculators and etc..).
  4. SumDaii

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    leave mine on sleep, turning it on takes ages.
  5. dualBang

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    Leave mine on sleep, turn it off rarely (If it is running really slow or sumfin, or if it runs totally out of power)
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    Always in sleep.

    Off if i want it to be off.
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    On almost always, occasionally I show off my custom BSOD bootlogo, but generally, when it gets slow, SBSetting - processes to the rescue!

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