New iPod Nano Has A Diagnostic Mode.
Posted by ipodrohan
Ooooh…nifty! iLounge has unearthed the “iTerm” diagnostic mode for the iPod Nano 6G, which boots the device into a text only mode to allow for checking the functionality of the device. How do you get into this mode? [F]irst, the nano needs to be reset by holding down the sleep and volume down buttons until the Apple logo appears. Holding down both volume buttons during the reset enables Disk Mode, while holding down all three buttons will start up the iPod nano inDiagnostic Mode, briefly flashing the message “iTerm: iPod Display Console” on screen. The menu then identifies the new nano as “N20 Snowfox,” changed from the “N33 GreatDane” designation of the fifth-generation iPod nano. You navigate through this interface using the hardware buttons on the Nano, bypassing the touch screen entirely. It allows you to trackdown and check out all sorts of hardware features.
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Posted on December 29, 2010, in iDevice Related, News and tagged diagnostic mode, ipod nanao 6g, ipod nano, ipod nano 6g diagnostic mode, iPodRohan, nano 6g, rohan sood. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.