The iPod Sad Face

in Ipod

If you own an iPod you know what the Sad Face icon represents. When we don't hear that familiar clicking from the iPod when it's turned on, we know this is not a good sign. It's an icon that we dread to see and know that this means something is not good within the iPod. When we see the iPod sad face, this is an indication that there is definitely something wrong with the iPod whether it has been dropped accidentally or whatever could be wrong with it, it needs immediate attention. If the warranty is up, we worry about how much money this will cost to repair it. But there is hope for this problem and doesn't have to break the bank when it comes to the repairs.
 
The sad face icon when it appears on the iPod, is usually an indication that there is a problem with the hard drive. Sometimes the internal mechanics of the iPod can become immobilized which in turn causes the iPod sad face icon to appear. This can be a simple thing to fix by following iPod repair guides for easy instructions.
 
There has been some indications that throwing your iPod on a table or desk will fix the problem of the sad face, but there are no scientific facts to back this up. There have been people that have actually slammed it down on a table and it has worked for them, but it sounds a bit crude to do this as it could cause more problems.
 
The internet is a wonderful place to find information and guides to repair your iPod. By searching you can find numerous websites that offer help or guides to fixing your iPod. There are video guides and books that an individual can purchase, but always do your homework and check out the best one for your needs.

Author Box
Obediah Marsh has 1 articles online

The Sick iPod Face & Folder Icon Error Repair Guide is easy to read and follow along with. You'll be able to follow the clear instructions that will work on all first to sixth generation iPods with screens, getting all of your data back.

Add New Comment

The iPod Sad Face

Log in or Create Account to post a comment.
     
*
*
Security Code: Captcha Image Change Image
This article was published on 2010/03/31