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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Sebastian Martin ,



I had the same problem and using the debug menu mentioned above, I could confirm that the headphone jack was faulty - it sensed falsely that the headphones had been removed and paused itself.

My first try was to use a small flathead screwdriver to gently nudge out the little contact metal inside the headphone port.

Miracously, that worked and it seems that I got my iPod back to working normally.

So try this if you have the problem: bending out the little piece of metal you can see when you look in the headphone port, using a tiny screwdriver or a needle, paperclip etc. The contact will be permanent and no faulty pausing will occur.