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It means that the Find My iPhone service cannot contact the iPod. This could be because it's turned off, or because it's out of range of a known Wi-Fi router. If it's asleep, it will still register on Find My iPhone, so it's either run out of battery or not able to get onto Wi-Fi.
I have a 5yo ipod 160GB. It has >11,000 songs & 291 movies. It had your same problem when I didnt eject my ipod prior to disconnecting from itunes. I reconnected to itunes that night , ejected then it the songs, playlist & movies came back. I listened to music the next 2 days. I bought music from the itune store from my iphone then i tried to put ...
I have also NOT been able to play video from a 7th generation Nano to an elliptical trainer at my gym (24 Hour Fitness; I've forgotten the name of the elliptical), using an official Apple lightning -> 30 pin connector. My 5th generation Nano works fine with it. A pity, because the 7th gen Nano is a really nice little thing, and I was kinda ready for a new ...
Buy a new drive When you are certain the drive is broken (and this does happen), you can buy a new drive (for example on ebay). You can find another link to buy the drive, and an installation guide on how to install the drive on iFixit I had similar issues and replaced the drive with succes. It is not so hard to do it yourself.
You can't add new music to your iPod if you haven't synced your iPod with your iTunes before and yes, all your music would be deleted from your iPod and be replaced with the iTunes-library. But what you can do is, you can use a software to copy all your music etc. to your Mac and than you can sync it with this Apple Mac. I used iMazing(formerly DiskAid) ...
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