If you notice that the device isn’t charging, make sure you’ve connected it to a high-capacity USB or FireWire port. Low-power connections, e.g. B. on keyboards or USB hubs, do not charge the iPod. If your computer has FireWire ports, the port your iPod is plugged into may not be getting power. Try a different port.
You can replace the battery in a first generation Shuffle without soldering.
All answers. iTunes on macOS Mojave or earlier and Windows and Finder on macOS Catalina or later continue to support iPod Shuffle without any problems.
If iPod shuffle still won’t turn on or charge, resetting the device will restart the operating system. When you turn the power switch to the “OFF” position, the green stripe will disappear. Wait at least 10 seconds and slide the switch back to the “ON” position to reset your iPod Shuffle.
Press and hold both the top button and the volume down button until you see the Apple logo. If your iPod touch won’t turn on, follow these steps to check your hardware and charge your device. You may need to charge for up to an hour. If your iPod touch still won’t turn on, contact Apple Support.
If you want to add your entire music library to your iPod Shuffle, you can sync your music with iTunes. It is also possible to simply add individual songs to your iPod. You can even set it up to automatically add new music to your iPod Shuffle when you connect it to your computer.
According to Apple, an iPod Shuffle battery lasts up to 15 hours in terms of playback time. However, this depends on a number of factors, e.g. such as whether you fully charge the battery to 100%, the age of the battery, etc.
If your iPhone has just died, you can tell if you’re charging properly by the icons on the black screen. If you only see an empty battery icon, your iPhone is charging and will be turned on shortly. But if you see this icon with a cable next to it, your iPhone isn’t charging properly.
The most common repairs for iPod Classics are replacing the battery or hard drive. These are the components that usually die first, but often they’re the only parts that need replacing to make an old iPod work like new again. Most models are not too difficult to open, except for the 6th generation.