How do you turn off an iPod mini? Seriously i thought they would make it really obvious. So what i do is put it on hold and push pause and it eventually turns off i think? Am i wasting battery this way?
Teza answered Monday April 10 2006, 12:15 am: I have a video ipod and I guess they all turn off the same. Well, you can't really shut it off but when you're listening to a song, press pause and it will save the battery. If you swich it to hold, it won't waste any battery and that's basicly shutting it off. [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
beachhun101 answered Sunday April 9 2006, 9:38 pm: i have an ipod mini too-
pause your current song, then hold pause down to shut it off. then put it on hold so it saves battery. its fine if you dont use hold, but it will lose more battery. also if you dont shut it off and ignore it for awhile, it will shut off by itself-but it wont go to hold since you have to push the button so it will be losing battery. but it will be fine either way. [ beachhun101's advice column | Ask beachhun101 A Question ]
xoxDaneCookRox answered Sunday April 9 2006, 6:27 pm: i dont have a mini but im pretty sure they all trun off the same. For mine you have to pause the song snd then just hold down pause and it should turn off in a few seconds.
KELLY_ELIZABETH answered Sunday April 9 2006, 5:42 pm: i have a mini too. just pause the song then just hold that button again. and it should do the trick. sometimes its sensitive so if it is then just start over. no - your not wasting the battery.. its the only way to turn it off ! haha.. after its off maybe put it on hold though.. to amke surew it stays off.
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