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Try restoring it in DFU mode by:

turning off
It sounds like the ipod

press
battery or 30-pin is at fault.
First, change the battery. This will solve a good chunk of these problems. You can find
the home buttonguide and power button atpart [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+2nd+Generation+Battery+Replacement/1131|here].
If this doesn't fix
the same time

hold
problem, the power button and30-pin is worn out on the iPod. This can be replaced, but you need to be patient. It isn't for the feint of heart, but anyone who wants to try can probably figure it will go into DFU modeout. You can see how to remove the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+2nd+Generation+Logic+Board+Replacement/1127|motherboard] of the iPod here to replace the 30-pin.
Before you even try this, use another cable. 30 pin cables are very flimsy. They break all the time. If it still does it with a different cable, it's the connector on the iPod.
And even if it's just cold solder you'll probably destroy it. You're better off replacing it even if it's just cold solder causing it.
Try restoring it in DFU mode by:

turning off
It sounds like the ipod

press
battery or 30-pin is at fault.
First, change the battery. This will solve a good chunk of these problems. You can find
the home buttonguide and power button atpart [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+2nd+Generation+Battery+Replacement/1131|here].
If this doesn't fix
the same time

hold
problem, the power button and30-pin is worn out on the iPod. This can be replaced, but you need to be patient. It isn't for the feint of heart, but anyone who wants to try can probably figure it will go into DFU modeout. You can see how to remove the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+2nd+Generation+Logic+Board+Replacement/1127|motherboard] of the iPod here to replace the 30-pin.
Before you even try this, use another cable. 30 pin cables are very flimsy. They break all the time. If it still does it with a different cable, it's the connector on the iPod.
And even if it's just cold solder you'll probably destroy it. You're better off replacing it even if it's just cold solder causing it.

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原帖由: Nick ,

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Try restoring it in DFU mode by:

turning off the ipod

press the home button and power button at the same time

hold the power button and it will go into DFU mode

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