원문 게시자: Francisco ,
My iPod cannot detect being charged
I got myself an iPod Mini recently from eBay. Everything seemed to work OK, '''but then''' I decided to format the device, since well - I had to put my own music on it. Of course, iTunes asked me to download and upgrade to the 1.4.1 firmware - and I did. The iPod got stuck at the firmware upgrade, and only shows up a picture of a power adapter being connected to a plug. This is *not* a problem related with the chord or the adapter. I tried using a 12W adapter that I checked with an iPhone before testing it on the iPod. Yet it fails. I checked on Diagnostic mode, on the CHRGCUR option, and it does not detect being plugged on (shows up the "NO CHRG" value) - ''unless'' I set USBSUSP and CHGRSTN to 0 (I don't know what these values mean, though), showing up the desired "CHGRING" text. The value keeps at "NO CHGR" if disconnected or connected to a computer. I thought about the chance of the battery being dead... but the "BATT A2D" menu seems to disagree. As I am writing this, it has a value of 649, and I think that's way too much for a broken battery. I also have tried [http://www.bearsdriving.com/blog/archives/2005/10/your_ipod_tip_o.html|this trick], but it's completely useless. Could anyone tell me how to fix this or, at the very least "fool" the device into thinking that it is being charged?