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Old 12-06-2010
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Battery iPod model A1136

I am facing the problems with an iPod. The iPod primarily was getting charged whilst connected to the computer and recognized by the system. But today it does not access to computer and only blinks with the icon. Shows the message ?very low battery?. I have tried to do lot of things but was not successful in anything. So thought that someone hanging out there would be interested in helping me. Also I am not knowing much about the batteries, so do provide some tricks that can be useful when the batteries are concerned.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

The iPod battery recharges to 80% in about an hour, and fully four hours. It is recommended for Lithium-Ion, do not wait until the complete discharge before charging to a new even though from time to time, draining the battery can be useful. For storage over an extended period (several weeks), it is also advisable to let the battery charge a little less than half, in a cool place. After one month, even without use, self-will nevertheless declined. Therefore we must avoid letting the iPod in a prolonged, full battery, charging in the dock. Furthermore, by charging adapter is faster than charging by the computer.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

If the iPod does not obey the press some buttons, try this Hold button, located at the top of any iPod (except shuffle). Move sideways 2 or 3 times and turn to the left in the off position (which is not the trademark orange). You will have to check that keys again. In the case of the Shuffle, press the Play button for a few seconds which will activate hold mode and press it again so long will be disabled.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

Lithium-ion batteries can be charged a finite number of times, have defined \ by charge cycle. A charge cycle means clustering using all of the battery's power, But That Does not Necessarily mean a single charge. For instance, you could "listen to your iPod for a few" hours one day, using half Its Power, And Then Fully recharging it. If You Did the same thing the next day, it would count as one charge cycle, not two, so you May Take Several Days to complete a cycle. Each time you complete a charge cycle, it Diminishes Slightly battery capacity, you can view your iPod's battery could-through charge cycles Many Before It Will hold only 80 percent of Its original battery capacity.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

The iPod recharges its battery rapidly to 80 percent capacity in an hour. However, it can take up to 4 hours to fully recharge. Even in standby mode, the iPod uses a small amount of energy and the battery slowly empties. At an optimum storage temperature, the battery is empty in 14-18 days :
  • Do not charge your iPod while it is in a carrying case or cover.
  • It is recommended to recharge your iPod while it is completely discharged, even if you do not use it right away.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

If you leave iPod unattended, press Play / Pause to pause the song. If you let him play, your iPod will continue playing songs until the battery is empty, especially if the adjustment is based on Repeat One or All. Put your iPod to sleep to save battery life. Press the Play button until it clicks into standby. Avoid changing tracks by pressing the buttons Next / Fast-forward or Previous / Rewind. If you frequently change tracks by pressing the Previous and Next buttons, you must activate the iPod hard drive to the tracks, which uses lots of energy. The cache of the iPod works better with songs whose file size is moderate (less than 9 MB). If your audio files are large or uncompressed (including AIFF format), it is advisable to compress them or use a different compression method, such as MP3 or AAC, when importing them into iTunes. Also, remember to divide the tracks or lengthy tracks into multiple tracks with shorter file sizes smaller.
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Re: Battery iPod model A1136

The iPod battery works best when iPod is at a moderate temperature, typically about 20 ? C, but you can use your iPod anywhere between 0 ? C and 35 ? C. If you left your iPod in a cold place, let it warm to room temperature before taking it out of standby mode. Otherwise, a low battery icon may appear, and your iPod will not come out of standby mode. If after heated, your iPod does not come out of standby mode, connect the AC adapter and press the Menu and Play / Pause until the Apple logo appears.
  • Do not leave your iPod inside a car parked in the sun. The temperature can reach 65 ? C.
  • Do not leave your iPod exposed to direct sunlight for long periods.
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