I hooked my ipod up to charge, then this screen popped up.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by ZA, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. ZA

    ZA Guest

    The screen that popped was to show me it was plugged in noyhing else, i had
    it plugged up for the time it supposed to be charged, but i still dont see no
    sign of it charged successfully. I need help please.
     
    ZA, Aug 7, 2007
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  2. ZA

    Chad Harris Guest

    Hi ZA--

    It should not take very long. Pull the Ipod out and see if the battery at
    the top right shows it's charged. Mine charges is about half an hour.

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=61127

    Ipod Battery FAQ:
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=62018

    How to check the battery's status

    "Your iPod displays a battery icon in the upper-right corner of the screen
    to show approximately how much charge is left. If the iPod is asleep while
    being charged, a larger version of the same icon appears in the center of
    the screen. Click here for how to check the charge on an iPod shuffle"



    "Once connected, your iPod battery will be 80 percent charged in about an
    hour, and fully charged in about 4 hours (time may vary with models - iPod
    nano is 80 percent charged in 1.5 hours and fully charged in about 3 hours
    and Fifth Generation iPod is 80 percent charged in 2 hours and fully charged
    in about 4 hours). You can disconnect and use your iPod before the battery
    is fully charged, and you don't have to wait until it's completely empty
    before charging it again. This is because lithium-ion batteries, such as
    those used in iPod, have none of the memory effects seen in nickel-based
    rechargeable batteries.

    The battery stops charging when it's full, so you don't have to worry if you
    leave it plugged in overnight (leaving your iPod connected to an electrical
    source all the time doesn't continuously charge it). Once the battery is
    charged (the battery icon will stop animating), disconnect your iPod. If
    you're using your computer to charge iPod, make sure that you disconnect
    your iPod correctly when it's finished charging."

    Good luck,

    CH
     
    Chad Harris, Aug 7, 2007
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