iPod, a series of portable media players designed and marketed
by Apple and launched in 2001.
To store music files iPod uses ATA Toshiba 1.8 Inch Hard Drive, 1 Inch Micro drives from Seagate and Hitachi and Flash Memory which is common on other mp3 players as well. The iPod uses HFS+ file system if iPod has been formatted on Mac OS, else would use FAT file system if it has been formatted on Windows.
What is Wrong With my iPod?
An iPod can experience any of the following symptoms.
- iPod is not powering up
- A faint clicking sound heard upon power up
- Electronics controller card is damaged
- Virus attack
- Accidentally deleted files / directories
- Accidental reformatting of partitions
- Missing or deleted partitions
- Device firmware has become corrupt
- Device components failure
- Fire or water damage
Why Should I Select Disk Doctors?
Disk Doctors data recovery engineers are highly skilled and well experienced in
the latest state-of-the-art data recovery techniques with years of successful recoveries
experience behind them.
At Disk Doctors, rescuing data from iPod & Mac hard disk drives, memory sticks is a daily routine. Let’s see what our customers have to say about Disk Doctors?
This option to submit / ship your case to Disk Doctors. Please try to provide as much details as possible, this would help us to examine your case with more information and can be decisive in terms of recovery and also would reduce further unwanted interactions to get right information.