iPod Touch 2G turned off and won't come back on.

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  1. Lase

    Lase New Member

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    I sat my iPod on a counter, took a shower, got out, made sure I was dry, opened up a game on my iPod, it turned off, now it won't turn back on.

    Any ideas to try?
  2. solidness

    solidness Banned

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    Plug it in.
    Try to turn it on.
    Post results.
  3. Lase

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    Plugged in, tried to turn on, didn't work.

    Still not turning on.
  4. DarkWrath

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    have you got a wall charger, if so try and leave it for a few hours and see what happens, it that does not happen just try DFU+Restore
  5. Lase

    Lase New Member

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    That's the problem, nothing on the screen even turns on so I highly doubt I could get to DFU as it won't turn on.
  6. Nathan B

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    DFU mode is a blank screen, so you should have no problems with getting into DFU mode
  7. Lase

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    It still needs to be able to TURN ON to get to DFU >_>

    It works now though
  8. DarkWrath

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    but you have no way of knowing it is in DFU/On until you plug it into the computer. Hence the blank screen?

    Anyway, glad to here it is fixed
  9. Nathan B

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    No it doesn't, you can get into DFU mode when the iPod is off.
  10. GJooooee

    GJooooee New Member

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    You have to be
    the ipod low unloaded
    so about 4 days and
    you must press the home button and like him instantly to the USB cable to connect
    I had the same problem

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