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Stuck on "charging, please wait"

So i have an either 80 or 60 gig ipod {there's paint on the back so i cant see or remember} and at first it was stuck on the Big red X, someone recommended that i let it discharge all the way cuz i already tried hitting it so the needle bounces back or something, but that didn't work. So i let it die, plugged it into my computer and now it's stuck on the charging please wait screen.. i let it charge over night, that didnt work, i tried reseting it but all the happens is it turns of and says connect to power, then shuts off again. What do i do?? and why do none of these quick answers work for me but they seem to work for everyone else!?!?!?

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well i charged it over night and it hasn't done anything new

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I take it you're no longer getting the Red X. If the following fails to work, it's time to replace the battery.

If iPod classic displays a “Connect to Power or Charging, please wait” message

This message may appear if iPod classic is exceptionally low on power and the battery needs to be charged before iPod classic can communicate with your computer. To charge the battery, connect iPod classic to a USB 2.0 port on your computer.

Leave iPod classic connected to your computer until the message disappears and iPod classic appears in iTunes or the Finder. Depending on how depleted the battery is, you may need to charge iPod classic for up to 30 minutes before it will start up.

To charge iPod classic more quickly, use the optional Apple USB Power Adapter.

Note: Connecting iPod classic to a USB port on your keyboard won’t charge the battery, unless your keyboard has a high-powered USB 2.0 port.

Before replacing parts, get the paint off it and make sure of your model number. This is the battery part you will probably need: iPod Classic (Thin) Replacement Battery

This is a very difficult procedure so you might want to take it to a pro, but here's how to do it: Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPod classic

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Question - I am experiencing the exact same issue (see attached photo)

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. I replaced the battery and am still getting the same message. Is it possible that logic board has gone bad or is this an indicators of a wrong battery ? Note that I obtained the battery from this portal. Thank you.

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The same exact screen that I have. This has never been dropped nor left the house, I use it to listen to music when I go to bed once every 3 weeks or so.

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After replacing battery and things not changing I believe that the problem is the logical board. I had no time to deal with it, but will get that part and go about replacement. Its around $100 investment risk, but considering that these devices now go for $300 - $500 + and overall are reliable, I am willing to risk the cost.

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get a replacement battery that should work :)'

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no meda an ceso el reprodutror so dice ok to disconnct.

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maybe you didn't notice, but all posts in this forum are in English (nothing against spanish, but hint hint hint).

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Well, our iPod went kaput so we bought an iFlash-Solo card and an SDXC Extreme Pro per advisement https://www.idemigods.com/iFlash_Solo_iP... However we now have an iPod stuck (on one outlet) on Charging, Please Wait and on another outlet -BIG RED X..... So far the costs are $33 and $149 plus shipping from UK ...frustrating to say the least.

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I had this exact same problem and I figured out all by myself how to “force” power into the battery, haha! Instead of leaving it charging forever, plug it in and out and repeat that a few times. This should force enough juice into the battery to allow it to stat holding a charge again.

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I read up on trying to boot to disk mode by opening iTunes and connecting the iPod, then holding down the menu and centre button for 10 seconds. The iPod went from the "charging please wait" screen, to black, back to the "charging please wait" screen, I continued to hold the buttons and then the screen went black. iTunes recognised there was a faulty iPod connected and would attempt to restore it but the iPod wouldn't stay connected for long enough. I imagin this is because the battery wouldn't hold a charge at all. So then I tried the above technique and I finally got the Apple logo screen of the bootup! Now iTunes has restored it and it seems to be working again, with the same battery now charging correctly. Hope this helps.

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Oskar, How long between unplugging and plugging it in do you wait.

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Jessi sera éternellement reconnaissant.
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