1. Attach the iPod to your computer.
2. In iTunes, use the Eject button next to the device.
If you're like me and don't have iTunes on your Windows computer, but would still like to do this trick anyway, you can do the following:
1. Double-click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the Taskbar down by the time.
2. A screen will appear that will have a Mass Storage Device. I think I may have seen it show up here as an Apple iPod USB Device. Highlight whichever one represents your device and then click Stop.
3. Click OK to confirm stopping of the device.
Once the device is ejected, you can just leave it plugged into the computer. You can listen while it charges away.
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Eject the iPod then it should still be charging then press then press menu then you can listen to your iPod while its charging.
Yes you can, you can listen to any iPod whole its charging in the car and if its hooked up to an AUX jack you still can.
You can actually, just follow these simple steps; 1 Plug in your IPod into the computer 2 Go to Computer and right-click your IPod 3 Hit eject Then you can listen to your fave. tunes whilst it is charging. Glad to help!
If it is an iPod Touch, yes, you can work on an iPod or use the iPod while it is charging.
Yes, provided the headphone socket is not blocked by the charger as occurs with some models (such as the newest iPod Shuffles).
yes you can
The Ipod touch is done charging when the green battery on screen while it is plugged in if completely filled with green
You can connect it to your computer, so it will be charging. Then iTunes will open up and you can sync your iPod and add songs.
no charging it while on is the same as while off the only thing different is maybe one or two apps won't work while charging and you can't move too much do to the short charger for ipods
Yes, you can. Like most electronic devices, you can still use it when it is charging.
Absolutely. Charging means power is going to the lithium battery cell. playing with your itouch while it's charging doesn't affect it's charging at all .
it shouldnt be dangerous. its like using a laptop while its charging or using your ipod touch while charging.