ipod touch wont power on

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  1. jiakai_ln

    jiakai_ln Member

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    wth i put my ipod in standby 1 hour later i hit home nothing showed up so i hit the top part but didnt work either!
    i plug my touch into computer still nothing show up
    i had to press the on button with the hom for couple of sec in order to power on.
    whats up with that why did it just turn off and refuse to be turn on?
  2. Swift

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    So you did get it to power on. Is it working fine now? No more problems?

    Great. So why the need to bring it up, lol
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    prolly got stuck in DFU is my guess
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    why did i bring it up

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    cant u tell im concern?
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    whats dfu?
  5. 2fast4u5

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    If you whipped something on your Touch that causes static electricity, it most likely died. Someone rubbed a sock or fleece on their iPod Touch 4G and it died due to static (theres a thread about it). Might have been the same with you. (JUST A GUESS)
    ORRRR... you ran out of battery. O.O
  6. jiakai_ln

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    i had it set on my cleaning cloth
    no i had 60 % left
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    Nothing to be concerned about. If it works now just continue using it as normal. If it happens again, be concerned.
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    Oh, I didn't know it was fixed already... I thought it was still dead. No worries, if it happens again like Swift said, you should be worried.
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    thanks
    but what is dfu the other dude mentioned?
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