IPOD 4g question

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  1. speedhunter12

    speedhunter12 semi-pro lurker

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    My 4g 20 gig is working awesome still except one thing that pisses me off. If i leave it off to long and i start it back up the damn clicker is back on. Not that big of a deal but is there anyway to get rid of the clicker forever!?
     
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    clicker?
     
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    the sound when you scroll through songs
     
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    I never tried to get rid of it so I dunno. I actually like it. :o
     
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    me too :hs:
    Cant stand it on computers but love it on the ipod.
     
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    JointBeaker packaging engineer #2 OT Supporter

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    I don't have a 4th gen, I rather have a 15GB 3rd Gen...On mine its:

    Main Menu/Settings/Clicker: On/Off

    :dunno:
     
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    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    i just noticed it on mine too. i let mine play through class today so it would run all the battery down and when i plugged it up to charge i noticed mine had come back on. i turned it back off and its still off so far
     
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    I have a 3rd gen in front of me, and it is wayyyyyyy too sensitive. Not to mention, it's hard to keep in my jeans pocket face out, and still operate it easily and flawlessly without having to take it out of my pocket. One of the many reasons why I like my 4th gen so much more.
     
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    well i turn it off but then it comes back on if it ever shuts down all the way
     
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    JointBeaker packaging engineer #2 OT Supporter

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    Yeah, it does get sensitive...sucks in the cold, I couldn't control the scroll wheel with gloves on. It acted like i wasn't even touching it. Taking the glove off in 20 below windchill is NOT fun. :) When I went for walks with mine, I'd keep it in my jacket pocket I'd huddle my hands in. Worked ok for me...altho I know what you mean.



    hrm...guess I kind of mis-read your post. Sorry 'bout that. Have you spent any time reading thru the forums over at the iPodLounge Forums? I'd spend some time over there... :wiggle:
     

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