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Old 02-14-2010, 09:51 AM
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Shutdown vs sleep

Can you completely shutdown a 4Gen iPod Photo?

I don't mean sleep or standby by pressing play/stop
I don't mean letting it go to sleep by itself (in a day or two).
I don't mean a forced restart or reset (menu & select buttons).

I mean completely shutting down when I want to

Why do I want to do this?
To save battery life. How ever small, standby uses more battery than shutdown. as confirmed by Apple's website: even if you don't use it at all, the battery will empty in 14 to 28 days.
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Sorry, no way to do this.



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